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Federal Judge Blocks Biden Administration’s Gun Show Background Check Rule in Texas

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A federal judge has blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a new rule that would require all firearms sellers to run background checks on buyers at gun shows or other places outside brick-and-mortar stores...
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NRA Files Lawsuit Challenging New Delaware Permit to Purchase Law

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Striking while the iron was hot, the National Rifle Association on May 19 filed a lawsuit challenging Delaware’s new law requiring a permit to purchase a firearm. The filing came on the very same...

Judge Fast-Tracks Review of ATF’s Universal Background Check Rule Amid Legal Challenge by GOA,...

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A federal judge has expedited the legal proceedings against a new rule by the ATF that mandates universal background checks on private firearm sales. U.S. District Court Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk’s decision on Friday...
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Activist Shareholder Suit Against Smith & Wesson Lawsuit Dismissed

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While most gun owners respect everyone’s First Amendment rights as much as their Second Amendment rights, let’s face it, it doesn’t always work the other way around. In fact, as we’re seeing on a...
Clarence Thomas

US Supreme Court Distributes Multiple Illinois Gun Ban Challenges for a May 16th Conference

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The US Supreme Court announced Tuesday that several Illinois cases seeking a writ of certiorari to the court have been distributed to members of the court for a May 16th conference. This is the...

Judge: Young Adults Can Get A Carry Permit In Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania young adults aged 18, 19 and 20 years old can now apply for a concealed carry license in the Keystone State. On Wednesday, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania ruled...

Nevada’s “Ghost Gun” Law Upheld By State Supreme Court

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Just days before the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the lawsuit challenging the Justice Department’s Final Rule on “ghost guns,” the Nevada Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling and upheld that state’s...

Gun Industry Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Shut Down Laughable Lawsuit by Mexico

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Firearm industry members targeted by Mexico’s $10 billion lawsuit petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case that seeks to blame them for the harm caused by lawless narco-terrorist drug cartels in Mexico. Mexico’s lawsuit...

David v. Goliath: Small Gun Club Wages Constitutional Battle in Missouri

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During its heyday, the Glendale Shooting Club located near Robertsville, Missouri, was home to shotgun, silhouette, high-power rifle, handgun and cowboy action shooters. It hosted regular matches, including the Bauer Brothers Cup, and had...
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Rust Armorer Receives Maximum Sentence, 18 Months In Prison

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The armorer in charge of the prop guns and ammunition on the set of the movie Rust has been sentenced to 18 months in a state prison for the incident in which actor Alec...
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FPC Targets California Non-Resident Carry Ban

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Among gun owners, California is infamous for having some of the most restrictive—and unconstitutional—gun laws on the books. And one by one they’re being challenged in court. On Thursday, the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed...

Washington State’s High-Capacity Mag Ban Ruled Unconstitutional, Appeals Already Flying

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A Washington state judge declared the state's prohibition on high-capacity ammunition magazines unconstitutional, sparking immediate appeal actions that keep the law in force for the present, as reported by The Seattle Times and cited...