Lobbyists can do a wonderful job representing our Second Amendment rights, but on occasion, industry leaders need to meet with our elected officials for face-to-face meetings. Recently, the NSSF brought together 55 firearms and ammunition industry executives with members of Congress, the effort is already starting to show positive results.
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Senator Nelson from Florida has filed a restrictive bill that would stifle innovation and experimentation, without impacting terrorists or criminals. Interestingly, a complete exemption would be included for the U.S. government and agencies. The bill is titled the “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017.”
I admit. I’m worried. The majority of the headlines don’t look good for gun owners this week—especially for New York and Connecticut. One writer goes so far as to say that a certain lawsuit on its way to the Supreme Court opens up the path for gun confiscation. Read more to find out what that lawsuit is…
There were both gun-rights victories and losses this past week. It’s no surprised that California is getting stricter and that a small, pro-gun town in Oregon protested a visit from President Obama. What is a surprise and potentially HUGE news is the looming Supreme Court decision in Arie Friedman vs. the City of Highland Park expected to come next week. Read on to learn what made the news that affects gun owners and 2A supporters.
Huge news this week! From more gun control measures introduced to Colt maybe on its way out of bankruptcy—read all the news that matters to you in the Shooter’s Log Weekly Wrap Up.
Was the ban on online ammo sales to New York really repealed? What is going to happen to the young man that made his own shooting drone? Will military personnel finally be able to conceal carry on base? Answers to all these questions and more are in this week’s Shooter’s Log Weekly Wrap up.
U.S. Law Shield saw that the U.S. Department of Justice has filed its opening brief with the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Mance v. Lynch. The case has caused remarkably little news coverage for the impact it could have.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) announced recently that he won’t seek re-election in 2016. The decision signals the end of a 30-year career in the U.S. Senate — and opens the door for U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) to become minority leader. Would that be good or bad for gun owners?
Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Peter King wrote and introduced for the fifth time the Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act—a bill that denies the sale of a firearm to any known terrorists, anyone suspected of terrorism or someone who might use the firearm in an act of terrorism. But the law does not define exactly what that means. Backdoor gun control laws such as these are dangerous. Learn why in this article.
There are many states moving towards constitutional carry. States that aren’t quite ready for dropping permits to conceal carry a handgun are pushing for more relaxed gun laws. We see even the most restricted states such as Maryland and Hawaii introducing pro-gun bills. Here are 12 new pro-gun bills making traction.