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Let me say something to every political hack pretending you know an AR-15 from a double-barreled shotgun in the wake of the Orlando terror attack: Stop talking. Every word not only exposes your ignorance, but your utter contempt for ordinary Americans trying to survive in an age of terror you still won’t fully recognize. Hillary …

  We are clearly disappointed by Jay Leno’s decision not to perform at the 2015 SHOT Show State of the Industry Dinner. He unilaterally cancelled his promised appearance due to pressure from the anti-gun lobby, which included false statements about our industry and its commitment to genuine firearms safety, which we attempted to personally correct …

More than a year after its signing, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to defend in court what is called the strictest Second Amendment protection law in the nation. This news came Monday when the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence announced intent to file suit in Federal District Court challenging the law, which, in theory, nullifies …

They’re young, they’re cute, they pack heat and serve a great burger to boot. Some customers at Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colorado – yes, Rifle — think the girls’ guns are just part of a costume, but they’re not props, they’re real and the gals know how to use them. Restaurant owner Lauren Boebert, who …

Target Weighing Sweeping Gun Ban

An online outlet claims that Target is apparently paying attention to gun control groups and seriously considering a sweeping ban on firearms except for law enforcement. This broad ban may end up being a formal policy change that could even result in stores posted. The reasons are likely due to the fact that they were targeted by the …

Chris Matthews, host of Hardball on MSNBC, is not what you would call a noted supporter of gun rights. But he doesn’t often go quite so far as he did on a segment from May 21 (“The twisting of the Second Amendment”). The bit started off with an out-of-context quote from Justice Warren Burger in 1991 about …

  As responsible gun owners obeying the law is paramount. Sometimes that can be confusing especially when carrying a firearm into local businesses that may or may not allow legal carry.  For businesses that deem it appropriate to violate our freedoms and post no firearms signs, the law reads the signage must be conspicuous but …

The Armatix SmartSystem Pistol This recent WaPo story on so-called “smart guns” isn’t the worst I’ve read on the topic. The author gives some space to the objections that gun owners raise concerning reliability. In all, it’s a pretty solid look at the smart gun debate, even if it does err on the side of a bit …

In a major decision today, the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held that California’s “good cause” requirement for handgun carry licenses violates the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. In May 2009, during a short period when the federal Second Amendment legally applied to California through the Ninth Circuit’s Nordyke v. King decision, civil rights …

So say two of the three judges on an Ohio Court of Appeals panel, in State v. Shover(Ohio Ct. App. Feb. 5, 2014) (Carr, J., concurring in the judgment, with Hensal, J., agreeing on this score) (some paragraph breaks added) — and generally quite correctly, it seems to me: I concur in judgment only on the basis …