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.
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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…
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.
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.
Hillary Clinton’s gun control plan, universal background checks, new branded ammo from Ruger, new Magpul product announcements and more—all in this week’s 2A headlines.
Within moments of police confirmation that a violent criminal, Chris Harper-Mercer, had murdered students at an Roseburg, Oregon community college, President Obama said on Oct. 1 the shootings should be “politicized.” Click to see more.
Donald Trump may have once supported stronger gun control laws, such as waiting periods for handguns and “assault weapon” bans, but now that he is campaigning to become the Republican Presidential Candidate, he recently made clear how he feels about American’s rights to own guns and the Second Amendment. Read his words on The Shooter’s Log.
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.