News|Industry News Over the last two years their has been a great exodus of business and talent that has left California. This is due to the state’s high taxes, restrictive […]
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 […]
This year has been filled with many twists and turns within the firearms community. It has been a year of growth, innovation, prosperity within the industry.
Yesterday, I read an article from USA Today which states, San Francisco, declares NRA a ‘domestic terrorist organization’ in resolution. When I read this headline. I honestly couldn’t believe it. I honestly thought it was fake news.
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.
Last Friday San Francisco police raided the home of a freelance journalist Bryan Carmody. Eight to ten uniformed officers walked up to Mr. Carmody’s front door with sledgehammers ready to breach he’s residence