UPS Stops Doing Business With “Ghost Gun” Retailers, Threatens To Destroy Shipments

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United Parcel Service is terminating the accounts of gun dealers across the country. Any packages currently in the UPS system may be “seized and destroyed.” In a letter sent to one Florida gun dealer, Ghost Firearms, UPS said they were terminating the account because they “may be violating” laws concerning homemade firearm parts. “We write to inform you […]

NYS Passes Sweeping Gun Control Measures In Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling, And It’ll Blow Your Mind

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ALBANY, NEW YORK — In response to last week’s Supreme Court ruling that removed the requirement for “proper cause” when seeking out a concealed carry permit, New York has made a bold move to lay down a number of additional requirements and rules surrounding the permitting process, and carrying firearms. Places that will be off-limits […]

Man Shoots Knife Attacker Dead On Subway, Now Facing Gun Charges

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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA — A 27-year-old man is dead after police say he went after someone on a subway with a knife following a dispute. 26-year-old Javon Green was arrested during the investigation and will be facing gun charges, but not homicide charges. Green was not legally allowed to carry the firearm concealed on the […]

Mental Health Crisis Turns Into Deadly Self-Defense Shooting At Gas Station

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE — A man is dead after police say he tried getting into someone’s vehicle and then wrestling with them inside the store. It’s not as simple as that, of course, as a firearm was involved in regards to the armed clerk. 41-year-old Jonathan Distefano was reportedly being driven by a family member to […]

New Jersey To Go Shall Issue In Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling On Concealed Carry

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Big moves are happening across the Country in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on a case in New York that fought the “proper cause” requirement for obtaining a concealed carry permit. This ruling is having immediate ripple effects, which first brought us the Attorney General of California on to say that they’ll be […]