• Bill Passes House In Colorado That Would Prohibit Sale And Transfer Of “Assault Weapons”

    Colorado’s House, dominated by Democrats, recently passed a bill to prohibit the sale and transfer of “assault weapons.” The bill, approved by a 35-27 vote, now moves to the Democratic-majority state Senate. This legislation, if enacted, would align Colorado with ten other states like California, New York, and Illinois, which already have similar bans. Despite…

  • Brief Window Of Sales: ‘High-Capacity’ Magazine Ban Temporarily Lifted In Washington

    KELSO, WASHINGTON — On a chaotic day in Washington this past Monday, a temporary legal loophole allowed the sale of “high-capacity” gun magazines, leading to a brief but intense period of sales at Gator’s Custom Guns in Kelso. The store’s owner, Wally Wentz, took advantage of a Cowlitz County judge’s ruling that momentarily deemed the…

  • Chicago Sues Glock: The Legal Battle Over Modified Guns In The City

    The City of Chicago has initiated a legal battle against gun manufacturer Glock, Inc., accusing the company of contributing to the proliferation of illegal ‘machine guns’ in the city. The lawsuit emphasizes that Glock’s firearms can be effortlessly transformed into automatic weapons, thus amplifying the threat and terror on Chicago’s streets. This modification, facilitated by…

  • Judge Rules That Illegal Immigrants Have 2nd Amendment Rights

    In a significant ruling, U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman in Illinois declared that the federal law prohibiting illegal immigrants from owning firearms is unconstitutional for individuals without violent crime convictions, affecting the case of Heriberto Carbajal-Flores. Coleman, appointed by President Obama, referenced the Supreme Court’s decision in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association…

  • South Carolina Is Officially The 29th Constitutional Carry State

    South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has signed a new law allowing adults 18 and over to carry loaded handguns without a permit or training. This law, which positions South Carolina as the 29th state to adopt permitless carry, aims to expand Second Amendment rights for law-abiding citizens while imposing stricter penalties for illegal gun use…

  • SC Governor Expected To Sign Permitless Open Carry Law

    South Carolina is nearing the approval of a bill allowing legal gun owners to openly carry their firearms. The bill imposes stricter penalties for repeated unauthorized gun carrying in prohibited areas like schools and courthouses, and for crimes committed with a gun. Additionally, it allocates millions for free gun training, required for obtaining a concealed…

  • Louisiana Governor Signs Constitutional Carry Bill, Will Go Into Effect On 4th Of July

    Louisiana has become the 28th state to allow its citizens to carry concealed firearms without a permit, as Republican Governor Jeff Landry signed Senate Bill 1. This new law permits residents aged 18 and above to carry a concealed handgun without needing a permit. Governor Landry, emphasizing the importance of this law, stated that it…

  • Louisiana Is One Step Closer To Permitless Carry, Governor Expected To Sign

    Louisiana is progressing towards allowing permitless carry, as Republican legislators recently advanced related bills during a special session aimed at addressing violent crime. These measures, passed in the Senate along party lines, are now with the House, where Republicans hold a strong majority. Governor Jeff Landry is expected to sign them into law. The proposed…

  • Hawaii’s Highest Court Rules The 2nd Amendment Doesn’t Apply To It’s Residents

    On Wednesday, the Hawaii Supreme Court, led by Justice Todd Eddins, ruled that the Second Amendment rights, as interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court, do not apply in Hawaii. This decision emphasizes Hawaii’s unique “spirit of Aloha” and asserts that the state can mandate permits for public firearm carrying. The ruling clearly states that the…