Supreme Court Overturns ATF Bump Stock Rule

The United States Supreme Court has overturned the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives' (ATF) rule classifying bump stocks as machine guns. The high court voted 6-3 that the rule was unconstitutional since the ATF lacked the authority to change Congress' definition of machine guns, as laid out in the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Gun Control Act of 1968.

Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Against ATF’s “Engaged in the Business” Rule

Federal District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting ATF from enforcing the "Engaged In Business" rule against specific plaintiffs. Judge Kacsmaryk’s decision discusses why he granted the injunction, and it looks like the ATF will be hard-pressed on this one. Let’s break it down.

The War on Glock

This isn’t just a war on Glock. It’s a war on the entire gun industry.

NSSF Detachable Mag Report Has Constitutional Implications

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) recently published an interesting Detachable Magazine Report. The report estimates the number of detachable pistol and rifle magazines manufactured in the United States between 1990 and 2021. The numbers alone are eye-opening, but their potentially far-reaching Constitutional implications are more impactful. Let's look briefly at the report, the data, and what it all means to American gun owners.

Commerce Dept. Unilaterally Restricts US Firearms Exports

The US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has published an Interim Final Rule severely restricting US firearms exports and creating additional regulatory burdens. The new rule makes last October’s export “pause” permanent.

Historic Firearms of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Gerald Ford Heading to Auction

Presidents Day may have been in February, but for collectors of historic firearms owned by past Oval Office occupants, the weekend of May 17-19 should be on the calendar.

US Army Tests Next Generation Squad Weapon System

It was announced that in April 2024, the new weapons system would be issued to men and women of the 506th Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne at Fort Campbell for New Equipment Training. 

Chicago Sues Glock Over Auto Sears

The City of Chicago is taking the next step in blaming everyone else for their problems by suing Glock.

Short ATF Form 4 Wait Times: Here to Stay?

Finally, gun owners have something to be happy about when it comes to the ATF. It seems things are finally lining up for the agency in charge of approvals for suppressor ownership. Word coming from officials at the ATF NFA Branch and within the suppressor industry are pointing to incredibly fast approval times for Form 4s, within 21 days from submission.

Remington Says Goodbye to New York

Remington is not the first or only gun manufacturer to close its operations in the region for states in the south. Smith & Wesson moved from Springfield, Massachusetts – where the company had been located since 1852 – to Tennessee in 2023.

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