BREAKING: Supreme Court Grants Cert in Case That Could End Deference to Regulatory Agencies, Challenge ATF Regulatory Power

By LKB Sometimes, the biggest things the Supreme Court does can fly under the radar of just about everyone but the involved parties (and the law geeks). Today, the Supreme Court granted cert in a case that might bring a truly seismic change in the law – including laws affecting gun owners. By way of […]

New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn. v. City of New York Could Be Exactly the Supreme Court Case Gun Owners Have Been Waiting For

Last month, the Supreme Court declined to review a Ninth Circuit ruling that upheld Sacramento’s “may issue” concealed carry permitting process. The Ninth Circus had ruled that, that despite Heller and McDonald, there’s no right to carry concealed handguns in public in California. With Justice Kavanaugh now on the Court, gun owners had hoped for a […]

Remington Finalizes Class Action Settlement on Recall of 7.5 Million Rifles

Then Freedom Group-owned Remington announced a recall of their iconic Model 700 and Model Seven rifles back in 2014. The list of covered rifles eventually grew to include other similar rifle models made with the X-Mark Pro trigger. The inevitable class action suit ultimately covered about 7.5 million rifles. A settlement agreement was eventually reached, but […]

Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court: What’s Next for the Second Amendment?

By LKB With Judge Brett Kavanaugh now Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the recent stalemate on Second Amendment cases at the Supreme Court Level will soon be over. Before, there were four solid pro-2A votes (Roberts, Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch), four anti-2A votes (Breyer, Ginsberg, Kagen, Sotomayor), and the unpredictable Anthony Kennedy as the swing vote. Neither side […]