Emergency Declarations Due to Coronavirus Show the Importance of Laws Protecting Gun Owners’ Rights

From the Second Amendment Foundation . . . Now that North Carolina’s Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper has declared a statewide emergency because of the spreading Coronavirus, the Second Amendment Foundation is reminding all Americans, especially Tar Heel State residents, their right to bear arms will not be impaired because of an important 2012 court victory […]

SAF, CCDL Sue Connecticut Over Magazine Capacity Limit Law

From the Second Amendment Foundation . . . The Second Amendment Foundation and Connecticut Citizens Defense League have filed suit in Federal District Court challenging the State of Connecticut’s prohibition on ammunition magazines holding more than ten rounds, or loading more than ten cartridges into a so-called “high capacity magazine.” The lawsuit is filed on behalf […]

Lawfare: Everytown Sues Lucky Gunner for Selling Ammunition to Santa Fe School Shooter

Lawfare: a form of asymmetric warfare involving the use of the legal system with the intention of damaging an opponent, winning a public relations victory, or financially crippling an opponent.  Examples: See Brady Campaign suits against Cabela’s, Lucky Gunner and ARMSLIST here and here, not to mention a slew of suits against gun and accessory makers. […]

FPF: Today’s Supreme Court Denial is NOT the End of the Bump Stock Ban Challenge

Firearms Policy Foundation released the following statement regarding today’s Supreme Court order and Justice Gorsuch’s statement in FPF’s Guedes v. BATFE litigation surrounding the unlawful and unconstitutional Trump Bump-Stock Ban: The Court’s denial of certiorari of our interlocutory petition is far from the end of this important case. And there seems to be substantial support at […]