The “public service message” calls for a return to the 1994-2004 “assault weapons” ban. Let’s break it down and add some much-needed context.
Combining tried and true propaganda techniques with social media, Project Unloaded makes a calculated effort to undermine the Second Amendment.
DSHS will begin collection of the outlawed magazines on November 16 despite the fact that it is almost certainly unconstitutional.
Oregon Measure 114 asks voters to decide whether the state should enact tougher gun laws, including a permitting scheme and magazine restrictions.
The suit claims that the Washington magazine ban is unconstitutional under the Second and Fourteenth Amendments.
This is the latest fallout from the Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision, which continues to redefine modern firearms law.
New Jersey is following New York’s example in the wake of the Bruen Decision, looking to make concealed carry as difficult as possible.
The State of New York has three business days in which to consult the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals before the order takes effect.
According to the new NICS policy, if you’re denied approval, or even delayed, the FFL is required to report your home address to the ATF for investigation.
Congressmen Bill Pascrell and Danny Davis have introduced a bill to raise the gun and ammunition excise tax across the board. The Gun Violence Prevention and Safe Communities Act would use that extra money “to create guaranteed annual funding for gun violence prevention.” The bill’s sponsors claim the bill “is an important step in ensuring […]