KY: Bowling Green Eliminates Gun Ban in City Buildings

On 2 January, 2018, the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky finalized an action that repealed the city ban on the carrying of concealed weapons in city buildings.  The video of the Commissioners meeting can be seen here. Commissioner Nash (sunglasses on top of head, tie, second from left) was the lone dissenting vote. From bgdailynews.com: […]

The NRA’s Position on Bump Fire Stocks was Genius

The National Rifle Association’s decision to stand down over the issue of bump fire stocks has generated a lot of concern, both among TTAG’s readership and elsewhere in the gun owning community. From my current vantage point on a busman’s holiday in a Northern Michigan lakeside hamlet, geographically and emotionally removed from the Potomac, I’m […]

Hearing Protection Act Inserted Into H.R.3668

Introduced by Congressman Jeff Duncan (R, SC) on September 1st, H.R.3668 is a bill titled the “Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement Act.” Or the “SHARE Act,” for short. Similar to how we saw the HPA tacked onto a natural resources bill in June, it has been added to the SHARE Act as well. Though, in […]

California Gun Store Files Class Action Suit Against PayPal

Pay Pal, Square, Stripe and other electronic payment processors have revolutionized the world of retail sales, both online and in person. They allow merchants to turn smart phones and tablets into cash registers, freeing them from the need to execute complicated arrangements with large credit card companies. You won’t find them used by gun shops, though. […]

New York’s ‘Child Operated Firearm’ Bill is Bad News

The New York legislature is considering a bill that would ban retailers from selling handguns that don’t have either a 10-pound trigger pull, a “firing mechanism” sufficiently unwieldy that a five-year-old couldn’t use it, or “the capacity to require a series of multiple motions” to fire the pistol. In a rather brilliant propaganda move, the bill […]

Bill Introduced in US House to Roll Back Obama’s ‘Fast and Furious’ Rule

Gun control advocates are still feeling blowback from the scandalous Fast and Furious gunwalking scheme, six years after the story broke. In response to the scandal, Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) recently introduced the Protecting the Second Amendment Act in the U.S. Congress. The bill, H.R. 1976, would bar the federal government from requiring gun store […]