Constitutional Carry Passes Committee in AL & SD

If these three states were able to get their Constitutional Carry bills passed a full THIRD of the country would not require ANY type of oppressive permission in order for its citizens to exercise their rights

Down Under Gone Crazy; Man Sentenced 20 YEARS for Printing REPLICA Gun

If you are going to Australia, do not take any airsoft guns, do not take any replica guns. Do not take a slingshot. Replica guns that do not fire anything are treated the same as real guns.

National Reciprocity Bill in Senate: What are the Prospects??

On Saturday, 25 February, 2017, Senator John Cornyn (R) Texas announced that he will introduce the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act in the Senate this week.

VA: Governor McAuliffe vetoes Knife Law Reform

Gun Rights has found that when legislators are educated about the history and effect of these knife bans, they can be persuaded to remove them. In Virginia this year, the process happened fairly quickly.

Florida Legislature Battle with Courts Continues on “Stand Your Ground”

In Florida, person facing unlawful deadly force or significant bodily harm was no longer required to retreat before defending themselves in public places.

Fight For Electronic Weapons In Maryland

Howard County lawmakers introduced an emergency bill Wednesday that would lift a ban on electronic weapons in response to a federal lawsuit that challenges the county’s longstanding restrictions on the use and sale of Tasers and stun guns.

Alabama Strongly Considering Constitutional Carry

State Senator Gerald Allen, R-Tuscloosa, is pushing to restore “permitless” or Constitutional carry in Alabama. He pre-filed a bill on 18 January, 2016, for that purpose.

Sheriff Offers Victim a Gun, Gun Shop Gives a .38

As Sheriff of Telfair County, I am sworn to serve and protect our citizens, and I can assure you that after today, this “Telfair County Citizen” will again have a weapon and be fully equipped to defend himself if need be, even If I have to give him one of my own!

Trinidad and Tobago to Consider More Gun Permit Reform

In Trinidad and Tobago, legally obtaining a gun is not easy. The problem is that much power is vested in the Chief of Police, and there is a long tradition of delaying permits or ignoring appeals.

Second Highest ATF Official Suggests Gun Law and Regulation Reforms (HPA included)

A “white paper”, written by the second highest ranking official of the ATF, has been obtained by the Washington Post. The date, official, and reforms mentioned, are all significant.

To Combat Roving Gangs of Rape-ugees Germans Take To Buying Guns By Mail

Hundreds of illegal guns have been sent into Germany through the postal system, with websites offering the service, to otherwise lawful citizens fearful of being gang raped by roving bands of rape-ugees.

Review: 1934 National Firearms Act, Original Bill and Hearings

The Hearings of the National Firearms Act of 1934 provide an immensely valuable resource in understanding the intentions of the law. It provides a good look at how the intricacies and provisions of the first really significant Federal Firearms law concerning individuals, came to be.

IL: Federal Court Upholds Lawsuit to Void Foster Parents Rules against Exercise of 2A

We brought this action on behalf of the plaintiffs to establish that the state’s restrictions on the possession and carrying of firearms by foster parents is unconstitutional under both the Second and Fourteenth amendments.

New Hampshire: Constitutional Carry, SB 12, passes House Committee

The New Hampshire House Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety has passed SB 12. SB 12 is the New Hampshire permitless or “Constitutional carry” bill for 2017.

Knife Law Reforms Advance in Several States

Knife Rights is a small organization that is producing big results. The founder, Doug Ritter, has said that they have created a “second front” in the war to restore the Second Amendment.

Three Of the Ten Most Viewed Bills Before Congress Are About Gun Rights

As the Trump administration continues to exceed expectations and keep promises, Second Amendment supporters look to Congress to see what bills may be moving.

New Hampshire: Democrats Propose Voter Suppression for Second Amendment Practitioners

A bill has been introduced into the New Hampshire legislature. It is designed to suppress the exercise of the Second Amendment and voting.

NH: Constitutional Carry Bill Passes Senate

The New Hampshire legislature has passed permitless “Constitutional carry” both of the last two years. Both times the bill was vetoed by Democrat governor Maggie Hassan.