“Anyone who is unable to renew his or her carry license should automatically have the expiration date extended.”–Alan Gottlieb, CCRKBA
Unfortunately, a number of bad gun bills did receive a floor vote and were sent back to their original chamber for concurrence before heading to the Governor’s desk for his signature.
The Washington “Spring Blade” Knife Ban Repeal bill, SB 5782, which passed the Senate 46-1 last week, has been scheduled for a hearing in the House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee on Tuesday…
Washinton State: On Tuesday, January 21st, the House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee will consider several anti-gun bills that would severely restrict the Constitutional Rights of law-abiding…
A stark increase in the number of shootings and gun-related homicides in Seattle during the past year is more evidence of the failure of gun control laws adopted in recent years.
Washington State added a whopping 37,884 active concealed pistol licenses in 2019—bringing the total to 646,344 on Dec. 31st, 2019, according to data from the state Department of Licensing.
“Not to be cynical, but given the previous attempts to pile on more gun restrictions, controls and anti-2nd Amendment legislation, we’re fully expecting a new round of handcuffs…”—John McKay, KFLD
A black bear pursued a man up a tree in Washington State, near Petit lake. The man shot and killed the bear with a Glock 21 in .45 ACP.
The legislature passed and Governor Jay Inslee signed Senate Bill 6025 to ensure that personal information from those who surrendered bump-fire stocks cannot be released to the public.
As of April 30, nearly 615,000 active concealed pistol licenses were reported by the (Washington) state Department of Licensing.
Gun Owners of America, today in conjunction with a Pierce County, WA resident, has sued the State of Washington to prevent the personal information of state gun owners from being exposed.
As of April 1, there were 616,529 active CPLs in the Evergreen State…Since January, Washington has added more than 8,000 licenses to the rolls.
Five years ago, Washington was one of the most “gun-friendly” states in the nation. Today they are vying for the title of most gun-restrictive.
Lawmakers in Olympia are convinced they’ve found the solution to solving the crime problem. To reduce crime simply reduce how many rounds of ammunition you can have.
Washington State Governor and Presidential hopeful Jay Inslee are sending threatening letters to gun dealers across the Evergreen state.
At their weekend gun show held at the Puyallup, Wash., fairgrounds, members of the Washington Arms Collectors (WAC) contributed to support the federal court challenge to Initiative 1639.
These are the domestic enemies the Founders warned us against.
An impromptu militia of armed citizens confronted thieves attempting to steal thousands of dollars of tools from the Marysville Coastal Farm & Ranch. The suspects were apprehended.
On December 5th a gun hate group backed by out-of-state elites, announced it will pursue its most extreme anti-gun legislative agenda to date during the upcoming 2019 Washington Legislative Session.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Director Kelly Susewind today authorized the use of lethal measures to remove wolves from two packs that have repeatedly preyed on cattle on grazing lands.
The real threat to the Second Amendment posed by I-1639 is not just the provisions, it’s the strategy applied by Bloomberg.
Initiative 1639 promises do three things; punish responsible, law-abiding citizen, fail to change the behavior of rapists, murders, & terrorists, and impose a significant cost upon WA tax-payers.
The Washington State Patrol Troopers Association has announced its opposition to Initiative 1639, standing against the extremist gun control measure. Vote NO on I-1639!
While their extremist gun control campaign is being largely funded by less than a dozen wealthy elitists, proponents of Initiative 1639 are feigning desperation in an effort to raise more small donati
When boots-on-the-ground lawmen and women oppose a measure that is being promoted as a crime-prevention tool, it is safe to conclude that there is something really wrong with Washington Initiative 163