New Jersey: Third Circuit Panel Upholds 10-Round Magazine Capacity Limits

The US Third Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in a 2-1 opinion that New Jersey’s law limiting magazine capacity to ten rounds doesn’t violate the Second Amendment rights of Garden Staters. From the Washington Times: “New Jersey’s law reasonably fits the state’s interest in public safety and does not unconstitutionally burden the Second Amendment’s […]

Civil Disobedience by Gun Owners in the 21st Century?

With the coming anticipated federal bump stock ban and various state level infringements that are on the drawing board or currently in effect, I ask this simple question: Will American gun owners protest through civil disobedience? We’ve already seen it in New York and Connecticut. When those states mandated that gun owners register their firearms, many […]

Only in Massachusetts – Roommates Demand Landlord Evict Harvard Student Over Legally Owned Guns…and He Does

According to the Washington Free Beacon, roommates searched Harvard grad student Leyla Pirnie’s room in their shared apartment for firearms. When they found that she does, in fact, (legally) own guns, they then pressured their landlord to evict her form their Somerville, Massachusetts apartment. Ms. Pirnie was targeted by her roommates because, as they put it to […]

New FL Ag Commissioner Nikki Freid Wants CCW Authority Moved to Dept. of Law Enforcement. NRA is Pushing for a Different Move

Florida Democrat Nikki Fried, the Commissioner-elect of the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, wants to move the concealed weapons permit system from her agency to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as part of “reforming” the concealed carry permitting system. But Marion Hammer, NRA’s former President and current lobbyist in the Sunshine State, wants […]

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