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California Forced To Give Back $1 Million in Guns and Ammo to Innocent Man

A California family has finally had their illegally seized firearms and ammunition returned after over a year in the courts. The collection has an estimated value of over 1 million dollars.

Top Three Worst States For Gun Rights

Which are the worst three states for exercising your right to keep and bear arms? There are several contenders for that dubious distinction. The worst states can be found with the answers to a couple of questions.

Brazil Looks to Reform Ultra Strict Gun Laws Because of High Murder Rate

Brazil has some of the strictest gun laws in the world. It has one of the highest murder rates in the world. Some Brazilian legislators think they should respect the right of law abiding Brazilians to defend themselves.

JUSTICE: 3 Dead and 1 Arrested as Burglars Chose Wrong House to Try and Victimize

The AR-15 saved the day and levied out some instant justice and karma. One can only imagine the outcome had this been in a state that doesn’t so freely recognize the individuals right to keep and bear arms and would have justice denied in a pool on innocent blood.

First Responders look to Carry with New Bills in TX and South Carolina

The legislation looks to give first responders the authority to exercise that right, Flynn said. “To protect themselves because they do go into harm’s way often.”

Eva Shockey Unveils Cover for Book “Taking Aim”

Huntress, social media influencer, and new author Eva Shockey unveiled the cover of her forthcoming book “Taking Aim” this evening. She is the daughter of legendary Canadian hunter Jim Shockey and co-stars on his show on The Outdoor Channel.

Arkansas Passes Expanded Campus Carry Bill

Originally, the bill was to allow staff at institutes of higher learning, who had a concealed carry license, to carry on campus. Staff would have been required to notify the administration that they were carrying.

If Democrats Are Upset With Gorsuch Not Answering Their Questions They Can Blame Ted Kennedy

If the Democrats are feeling frustrated that Neil Gorsuch isn’t giving them any rope in which to hang himself with they really have no one to blame but themselves. First and foremost they can start with the former Senator from Massachusetts Ted Kennedy.

NM: “Universal Background Checks” Stopped in New Mexico Legislature

A legislative committee on Monday effectively killed a bill to expand background checks for gun purchases — an issue that drew large crowds to the Capitol as well as big campaign contributions and intense lobbying and advertising.

Let victims of domestic violence conceal carry in Virginia

Victims of domestic violence deserve choices when it comes to self-defense. How can relying on a restraining order protect someone against attacks when it’s rendered useless outside of the courtroom?

Cat (Bobcat) and Dog (Coyote) Meet At Water Hole

At the Ranch in Arizona, I keep water trickling for a water hole. It is the only reliable water for about three miles in any direction.

Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Separation of Powers at Self Defense Hearings

The Kansas Supreme Court held that courts are independent of the state’s executive branch, when ruling on immunity from prosecution for self defense.

How the Russians Hacked the Election (video)

Ever since Donald Trump won the election I have been hearing about how the Russians hacked it. HOW exactly did the Russians “hack” our election? This video answers that question.

Situational Awareness: Clerk has gun Ready When Robber Points Pistol (video)

In this interesting video of an attempted robbery, the clerk’s situational awareness allows him to respond quickly. The clerk is suspicious of the customer coming in the door with his hand hidden.

“Modernized” Undetectable Firearms Bill Would Outlaw Glocks, Many AR Clones

The bill “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017”, would stifle innovation and experimentation, without impacting terrorists or criminals.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules City has no Authority to Ban Weapons from Buses

After nearly four years in the courts, Wisconsin Carry, Inc. won a historic victory for the right to bear arms in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Carry had sued the City of Madison, because the City had refused to remove a rule that had been instituted in 2005 by the City Transit and Parking Commission.

Let the Lead Bullets Fly

Obama had to find ways to bypass congress and one of them was to initiate a ban on lead ammunition flaunting a bogus environmental study on the harms of ammunition.

Florida Supreme Court Guts Right to Open Carry

In Norman v. Florida, the central issue was whether the Florida ban on the open carry of firearms violated the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, or the weaker provision of the Florida State Constitution.