News|Industry News The Brady Center is funding a lawsuit in the state of Nevada against Korean company Kyung Chang Industry Co. LTD, better known as KCI and KCI USA. KCI […]
News|Industry News Yesterday, the Mexican government sued several firearm manufacturers in U.S. Federal Court, accusing the manufacturers of reckless business practices of their products. Practices that the Mexican government believes […]
News|Law Last Friday, Aidan Johnston, Director of Federal Affairs for Gun Owners Of America announced through his Twitter that previous judgement regarding GOA vs. Garland had been vacated by 6th […]
News|Law Late Friday afternoon, Judge Roger T. Benitez of the Southern District of California issued a ruling in Miller vs. Bonta, holding that California’s assault weapons ban is unconstitutional. In […]
News|Law For the first time in over 10 years the United States Supreme Court heard a case in regards to firearms. The new case that was heard recently by the […]
Recently, four New York Assembly members introduced Bill A352 to the New York Senate floor. This bill seeks to amend and add to New York penal law 270.21. This amendment of penal law 270.21 by Bill A352 would make buying and purchasing of body armor illegal to own in New York State.
News|Industry News Yesterday, New York Office of the Attorney General has announced its intention to dissolve the NRA after an 18-month investigation of financial fraud and abuse. Attorney General Letitia […]
On January 1st 2020 Senate Bill 705 went into effect in Tennessee. The new law is in regards to acquiring a concealed carry permit within the state. The law of allows for eligible law-abiding citizens of the state of Tennessee to forego the 8-hour conceal carry class and instead take a 90 minute online class.
On Monday Pennsylvania Attorney General Shapiro held a press conference with Gov. Tim Wolfe, Pennsylvania State Police, and State Legislators on the classification of 80% receivers to be recognized as firearms under the state law.
Over the past weekend Oklahoma’s constitutional carry law HB 2597 went into effect. The law was signed by Governor Kevin Stitt back in February of this year. Oklahoma becomes the 16th State in the Union to allow constitutional carry in their state.
In Tacoma, Washington the Tacoma City Council are looking to enact a new tax on both firearms and ammunition according to The News Tribune. The vote for the new tax was initially set for October 29th but was delayed. The City Council will now vote on November 12th meeting to approve the firearm and ammunition tax.
Two weeks ago Florida filed bill HB 273 which allows constitutional carry for Florida residents. The bill allows for residents to carry concealed weapons without the need of a CCW permit.
An attack on one freedom is an attack on all freedoms. Now, is the time to stand up and fight for are freedoms or watch them erode before our eyes. California Senator Diane Feinstein is proposing a bill for legislation that would ban the sale, manufacture, and transfer of military-style assault weapons, such as the AR-15 and AK platform.
Tomorrow, House Democrats will try to push bill HR 1296 through the House and into the senate. The bill would reintroduce the 1994 assault rifle ban. While also banning nearly all semiautomatic rifles, as well as AR and AK pistols, and institute “buy back program” for your property.
On Monday the NRA-ILA posted an article on their website titled Florida Alert! “Assault Weapons” Ban Amendment Bans ALL SEMIAUTOMATIC RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS.
Back in 2016 Proposition 63 was put on California’s state ballot during the 2016 Presidential Election. The Proposition mandates that all ammunition sales must submit a eligibility background check when purchasing ammunition, bans high-capacity magazines, and levies fines for firearms owners who do not report lost or stolen firearms to the police.