Anatomy of an Anti-Gun Media Hit Piece

This is how a media report intended to “raise the alarm” on guns in the community is done . . . Weapon of choice: Police report more guns on streets than ever before Des Moines police report that there are more guns on the streets than ever before. According to the Des Moines Police Department, […]

Denver to Ban Bump Fire Stocks

“The [Denver] City Council next week will begin consideration of an ordinance change that would make it unlawful to sell, carry, store or possess a bump stock device within Denver city limits,” canoncitydailyrecord.com reports. Strangely enough . . . they don’t actually need the reg: “local law already prohibits the types of semiautomatic rifles that can […]

Gun Rights or Medical Marijuana…You Can’t Have Both

This is becoming more of a problem every day . . . Patients must choose: Medical marijuana or gun ownership The town drunk can buy firearms. So can someone who has been involuntarily placed in a mental hospital for a short stay. But anyone who wants to treat their Crohn’s disease with medical marijuana is forbidden from owning a […]

ATF Seeking Public Comment on Bump Stock Rule

From AmmoLand.com: The Department of Justice anticipates issuing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would interpret the statutory definition of “machine gun” in the National Firearms Act of 1934 and Gun Control Act of 1968 to clarify whether certain devices, commonly known as “bump fire” stocks, fall within that definition,” a Tuesday Federal Register notice […]

Despite End of Operation Choke Point, Firearms Businesses Still Face Financial Services Discrimination

By Scott Hawksworth Being a gun dealer isn’t easy. Sure, the previous president (AKA The Greatest Gun Salesman of All Time) offered a sustained sales boom to gun dealers everywhere. But, over the last decade, internet sales have created clear winners and losers. The high volume/low-margin sales model of national dealers, such as Buds Gun Shop, hasn’t […]

NRA-ILA: The Truth About New York State’s Firearm Recertification Law

The passage of New York’s so-called SAFE Act (“Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013”) drastically changed the landscape for lawful gun owners in the Empire State. Besides new restrictions on commonly owned semi-automatic rifles the state calls “assault weapons,” bans on magazines, and limits on the number of rounds that could be loaded […]

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