Federal Judge Denies Motion by WA State AG to Compel SAF Discovery in 3D Files Case

Last year, just before an agreement between the US State Department, the Second Amendment Foundation and Defense Distributed to settle a pending lawsuit that stopped distribution of DefDist’s 3D gun plans went into effect, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit. Along with 20 other attorneys general, they claimed that distribution of 3D […]

Illinois Circuit Judge Rules FOID Card Unconstitutional; Attorney General Reportedly Appealing to IL Supreme Court

In February 2018, a White County, IL Second Judicial Circuit Court judge ruled Illinois Firearms Owners Identification Card Act unconstitutional.  Eight months later, after pleadings and motions to reconsider the initial decision, the judge not only reaffirmed his original decision, but supplemented it.  Now,  IllinoisCarry.com’s spokeswoman Valinda Rowe claims that the Illinois Attorney General will […]

BREAKING: Illinois Judge Permanently Blocks Deerfield’s ‘Assault Weapon’ and Magazine Possession Bans

Today, an Illinois judge in the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court for Lake County, IL ruled for gun owners in the case of Guns Save Life, Inc. v. Village of Deerfield. The order issued today permanently blocks enforcement the Village of Deerfield’s gun ban. The ordinance would have outlawed America’s favorite rifle and numerous other popular firearms […]

Activist Court Turns the Law Designed to Protect the Firearm Industry from Frivolous Lawsuits on its Head

By NRA-ILA On Thursday, the Connecticut Supreme Court created a dangerous new exception to the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA), a strong safeguard for our right to keep and bear arms. Repealing or judicially nullifying the PLCAA has been a priority for the gun ban lobby ever since the law was enacted […]

Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Nuisance Lawsuit Against Gun Makers May Continue

The Connecticut Supreme Court today over-ruled an appeals court, allowing a nuisance lawsuit against gun makers to go forward.  The suit claims gun makers had some responsibility for the Sandy Hook school massacre, and accordingly, should pay big bucks to the plaintiffs. Previously, a Connecticut appeals court ruled that the suit, employing a “novel strategy” […]