Court Argues For 18 Year Olds Ability To Own Handguns

By: George William In a decision by the Fourth Circuit, the court argues that the ability for 18-20 year olds ability to buy a handgun is protected by the second amendment. “Our nation’s most cherished constitutional rights vest no later than 18,” Judge Julius N. Richardson wrote for the court, with Judge G. Steven AgeeContinue reading “Court Argues For 18 Year Olds Ability To Own Handguns”

Texas To Become 29th State With Constitutional Carry (UPDATE)

By: George William UPDATE: Starting September 1st, Texans can begin carrying their concealed/open firearms without permit/licenses. What is commonly reffered to as Constitutional Carry laws is a law passed by a state where an individual who is legally allowed to own a firearm is allowed to carry it in public without a permit/license. Currently thereContinue reading “Texas To Become 29th State With Constitutional Carry (UPDATE)”

AR-15 Not An “Assault Weapon”

By: George William Judge Roger Benitez ruled June 4th that California’s ban on the AR-15 as unconstitutional. “This case is not about extraordinary weapons lying at the outer limits of Second Amendment protection,” Benitez wrote. “The banned ‘assault weapons’ are not bazookas, howitzers, or machineguns. Those arms are dangerous and solely useful for military purposes.Continue reading “AR-15 Not An “Assault Weapon””

Appointment Hearing Hot Seat

By: George William Today, (May, 26) David Chipman was being interviewed by Senate Committee ahead of the vote to appoint him to the head of the ATF. There was a lot of back a fourth between David Chipman and the Senators. Here are some clips. Gun Owner’s Of America (GOA) Director of Federal Affairs, AidanContinue reading “Appointment Hearing Hot Seat”

Texas To Become 29th State With Constitutional Carry

By: George William What is commonly reffered to as Constitutional Carry laws is a law passed by a state where an individual who is legally allowed to own a firearm is allowed to carry it in public without a permit/license. Currently there are 19 states that allow have constitutional carry as long as the firearmContinue reading “Texas To Become 29th State With Constitutional Carry”

Supreme Court Upholds The 4th Amendment

By: George William In a legal battle that’s been going on since 2015, a Rhode Island man named Edward Caniglia finally gets peace. The police in Cranston, Rhode Island, came and took Edwards firearms and ammunition after he had gotten into an argument with his wife and she claimed to be concerned about his mentalContinue reading “Supreme Court Upholds The 4th Amendment”

Possible One Step Forward Or One Step Back For Gun Rights

The Supreme Court is now going to hear a case about the legality of carrying outside of home. The case is being filed against New York by the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association. The argument is that New York’s tendency to deny residents gun-carry permits on the basis of self defense. New YorkContinue reading “Possible One Step Forward Or One Step Back For Gun Rights”

How The Country Is Supposed To Work

As we know, several states have disregarded federal law and passed laws that have made drugs legal and barred public officials (such as police) from working with the feds on illegal immigration. Many conservative states are deciding to do the same with gun laws. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey was the first to sign such legislation.Continue reading “How The Country Is Supposed To Work”

Rust Is Worse Than A Blown Tire

For years there’s been a lot of talk about if there was going to be a complete ban on guns or not. Quite a few officials have considered it. Though, luckily we all agree that it would never work. If it did, it’d be like a blown tire. We’d be scared for a little bit,Continue reading “Rust Is Worse Than A Blown Tire”