The Trump Administration Has Its Hands Full in Defending the Bump Stock Ban

When the ATF, at the Trump administration’s direction, waived is regulatory magic want and announced that bump fire stocks (which they’d previously approved) had magically become machine guns, they created hundreds of thousands of criminals. People who had legally purchased bump fire stocks and then had to make the choice of destroying them, turning them […]

Federal Court Rules Connecticut Can’t Suspend Gun Permit Processing During Emergency

A win in Connecticut. A US District Court has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Governor of Connecticut’s executive order allowing the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to suspend taking fingerprints (necessary to purchase a firearm) during the declared coronavirus emergency. In Connecticut, you cannot acquire, possess, or carry a handgun without a […]

California Cops Warning of the ‘Boog Bois’ – This Week in Gun Rights [VIDEO]

  This is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights. For a deeper dive into the topics discussed here, check out this week in gun rights at FPC.  California police stirring up fear of “Boog Bois” Who are the boogaloo bois? https://t.co/fON2gs92s3 pic.twitter.com/rwUEmUWyuz — theivycollegiate (@ivycollegiate) June […]

BAWN Defeated: Florida Supreme Court Keeps ‘Affirmatively Misleading’ Assault Weapons Ban Off Ballot

By Brendan Farrington, AP The Florida Supreme Court is blocking an assault weapons ban from going to voters in 2022, saying in a Thursday ruling that the ballot summary is deceptive because it doesn’t clearly state that a grandfathering clause applies to the owner, not the gun itself. A group called Ban Assault Weapons Now […]

Another Monday With No Cert Grants on the 10 2A Cases Before SCOTUS Could Be a Bad Sign

Ten gun rights-related cases are still awaiting a determination by the Supreme Court. The cases involve everything from “may issue” carry permits to banning “assault weapons” to the interstate sales of handguns. After the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association case was declared moot by the Court, gun rights supporters have had high hopes […]

This Week In Gun Rights: Pennsylvania, New York, California, Louisiana, The Second Circuit, the ATF, and More! [VIDEO]

  This is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights. For a deeper dive into the topics discussed here, check out this week in gun rights at FPC.  Meltdown after new pro-gun bill in Pennsylvania On Wednesday, Pennsylvania House Republicans passed H.B. 2440. It’s not even three […]

Prosecutors Drop Attempted Murder Charges Against Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend

In March, three plainclothes officers of the Louisville Police Department, driving and unmarked car, reportedly burst into an apartment where Breonna Taylor and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker were sleeping. Believing it to be a home invasion, Walker, who has a concealed carry permit, opened fire, wounding one of the three officers. The cops shot back, […]