TTAG Weekly Gun Law Roundup: The Administrative Threat, The Highest State’s Hi-Cap Mags, and a Sanctuary Town

With the NRA Annual Meetings under way today, you can be sure there’s no shortage of things to cover this week. If you’re in Indy for the meetings and exhibition, remember that individuals need to have valid license to carry. The Ever Expanding Administrative State Everyone remembers former President Obama’s “pen and phone” threat to […]

TTAG Weekly Gun Law Roundup: More From the Kiwis, Delaware AWB, Pittsburgh Breaking the Rules

Another week, another series of thunderous applause for civil rights restrictions. New Zealand Still Has a Parliamentary System As New Zealand sprints toward imposing the deluge of restrictions we’ve mentioned in the preceding weeks, American media outlets are still obsessed with the fact that other systems of government are able to act on divisive issues […]

TTAG Weekly Gun Law Roundup: The Mighty Benitez, The VAWA, and Mini Omnibus

Our recap this week starts off with a sad end to one federal judge’s notorious fulfilling of his Constitutional duty to apply the law as written. Judge Benitez’s order stopping California’s “high capacity” magazine ban was outstanding, and one of the most firearm-literate pieces of judicial writing I’ve read to date. Truly worth a read […]