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Posted on April 18, 2016
The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Montana, challenging the state law that does not allow concealed carry licenses to be issued to legal resident aliens, because only citizens are issued such permits in the Big Sky Country. “This is not our first rodeo on this subject,” said SAF […]Read More
Posted on March 22, 2016
The Supreme Court on Monday indicated individuals may have a right to possess Tasers and other electric stun guns. The justices threw out a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court holding that said the electrical weapons weren’t contemplated by the 18th century framers of the Second Amendment. The Supreme Court said state court in reviewing a state […]Read More
Posted on March 7, 2016
California has a lot of crazy gun laws, but this one might be among the most ridiculous. Several gun retailers are challenging a state law that prevents businesses from displaying advertisements depicting handguns, or even the words “Handguns for sale,” that can be seen from outside the store. (Rifles and shotguns are perfectly OK, however, […]Read More
Posted on February 26, 2016
Last month, SHOT Show concluded in Las Vegas with hundreds of firearms manufacturers getting together and showing what the industry is capable of producing. And just like every other year, it has been a showcase of brand new, innovative, and really awesome firearms. Unfortunately, as in years past, we will see virtually none of these […]Read More
Posted on February 18, 2016
This Friday — February 19th — our attorneys will be arguing against the Department of Justice’s interpretation of the 1 in 30 handgun restriction in Sacramento’s Superior Court. Doe v. Harris challenges a recently-enacted DOJ policy that denies people who have both a DOJ-issued Certificate of Eligibility and a Federal Firearms License to collect curios and relics […]Read More
Posted on February 10, 2016
Bradley Benbrook, who practices in Sacramento, argued for the plaintiffs and contended that if the state’s automated firearms system shows that a firearm purchaser already has a firearm and passes a background check, “delay for delay’s sake is not a reasonable fit.” “It’s a simple theory and simple works in this case,” Benbrook said. Chief […]Read More