The U.S. Department of Treasury recently released an update to the sanctions. The bad news for firearm enthusiasts is that the new updates prohibit U.S. companies from doing business with Molot-Oruzhie—the manufacturer of VEPR rifle and shotguns. Again, not the biggest piece of news, but for those in the market, or possibly collectors, you’ll want to get yours before supply dries up.
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U.S. Law Shield warned its members and others across the country not to travel to Los Angeles with any 10+ magazines after Nov. 18, 2015 — unless a suit to stop the city’s newest magazine ban is successful.
In this week’s firearms news headlines, read about The Safety For All Act, the Alternative Ammunition Manufacturing Act, the Reducing Gun Violence in our Neighborhoods Act and how the city of Los Angeles is being sued.
At a New Hampshire Town Hall last week, Hillary Clinton said that gun confiscation is something “worth looking at.” Discussing the firearms confiscation program in Australia, Clinton admitted she would consider implementing such a system in America.
We were open-mouthed to learn the Nassau County (New York) District Attorney’s Office bars prosecutors from having handguns, even at home.
“Come and take it!” Well, they just might. What would a nationwide gun confiscation look like? Do you think it would be possible? The Shooter’s Log is asking readers what they think. Click to tell us what you imagine what a widespread gun grab would be like.
Have you ever heard of the Metro Industrial Areas Foundation? This influential organization believes they have the right idea when it comes to gun control. What is their plan and will it work? Read to find out in this week’s headline news briefs.
It is already illegal to buy, sell, manufacture, import, give, or lend magazines that hold more than 10 rounds in California. However, in Los Angeles is it now a misdemeanor to own standard capacity magazines. Read about the city councils vote here.
All week, the outdoor writing and gun blogging team from The Shooter’s Log—Cheaper Than Dirt!’s blog—have gathered the top headlines affecting gun owners and the firearms industry. It has not been a slow week. There has been significant wins and loses for the Second Amendment in the past week. No doubt, the biggest news story has been Washington D.C.’s rule that the ban on handguns is unconstitutional. Now we wait for them to enact concealed laws, about as impatiently as we wait for the release of the rumored GLOCK single-stack 9mm. Read the Top 10 High Powered Headlines for that and more news on Remington’s R51, as well as gun control laws in Missouri, Illinois, Florida and Massachusetts.