Whether you are a regular Joe or a law enforcement officer, the legal legitimacy of armed self defense is a matter of perception. You are allowed to act on what you think you see, instead of […]
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The Shield is the last Smith & Wesson pistol that made it into the California Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale before anti-gun Attorney General Kamala Harris banned all future pistols that lack microstamping, which […]
How does that saying go? Oh, yes. Do as I say, not as I do: In a stunning criminal complaint, State Sen. Leland Yee has been charged with conspiring to traffic in firearms and public corruption […]
“This isn’t just a second amendment issue, it’s not just a firearms issue. It’s an issue of an overreaching government that wants to come into your kitchen, that wants to come into your living room, […]
After being denied the right to concealed carry by California’s restrictive “good cause” language recently overturned by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Orange County residents are now swamping the Sheriff’s Department with applications: The […]
Our friends over at Ammoland published a story today about a company called ARMagLock, which claims to have created a device that renders the AR-15 a fixed-magazine firearm, defeating the Connecticut, New York, and proposed […]
Did U.S. Attorney Daniel Butcher Mislead a Federal Judge to Justify the Ares Armor Raid on “AK-15″ Lower Receivers?
Daniel Butcher is the Assistant U.S. Attorney that filed a response to temporary restraining order (TRO) obtained by Ares Armor against the ATF. He filed the response with federal magistrate judge Bernard G. Skomal, who allowed […]
Yolo County’s “good cause” permitting scheme has been deemed unconstitutional as the Ninth Circuit continues down the path it established in Peruta vs. Gore with today’s Richards vs Prieto (PDF) ruling. Congratulations are in order for The Second Amendment […]
Now she wants to get involved… but it might be too late. California Attorney General Kamala Harris refused to help San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore during the Peruta case, assuming—wrongly—that the Ninth Circuit panel […]
What a difference a decision makes. Orange County residents didn’t often bother to apply for concealed carry permits in the past, knowing that unless they had “good cause,” they would be turned down. After the […]