Governor Grisham’s suspension of gun rights in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County has sparked a national uproar regarding gun rights and executive power under the Constitution. Here's what you need to know.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) recently dropped two new proposed rules. If adopted, one will affect gun owners but the other, despite some apparent misunderstandings, probably will not. Here's what you need to know.
This is a big win for the pro-Second Amendment community and could have far-reaching effects as similar cases move forward regarding pistol braces.
The deadline to comply with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives’ (ATF) pistol brace rule has come and gone. ATF is now free to enforce the rule classifying braced pistols as short-barreled rifles (SBR) under the National Firearms Act (NFA).
Despite Congressional hearings, a stalled House Resolution, and several federal lawsuits, the ATF begins enforcing the Pistol Brace Rule today. Here's a brief look at the rule and your options as they stand right now.
27 states want a vote scheduled on House Joint Resolution 44, which seeks to nullify the ATF's controversial pistol brace rule.
Two courts have issued a preliminary injunction against enforcement of the Pistol Brace Rule. Let’s take a quick look at those injunctions, what they mean, and what we can expect moving forward.
The ATF continued taking fire over its recent actions as Director Steve Dettelbach appeared before the House Judiciary Committee last week. Most of the 3½-hour hearing was taken up by rhetoric from both sides, but some interesting themes eventually emerged.
A Federal Judge has denied a preliminary injunction against the ATF's Final Rule on Pistol Braces, but the case will continue.