In Duncan v. Becerra Brief, FPC Argues ‘Large Capacity’ Magazines are Intrinsic Parts of Semi-Auto Guns

Yesterday, the Firearms Policy Coalition, along with the Second Amendment Foundation, Armed Equality and other pro-gun rights orgs, filed a brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the pending case, Duncan v. Becerra which challenges California’s ban on “large capacity” magazines. The brief makes a rather novel argument. Under Heller, guns “in common […]

ATF Admits It Lacked Regulatory Authority to Ban Bump Stocks

You know that bump stock ban that the Trump administration imposed upon Americans? As I’ve written before, I suspect the President knew the regulatory reclassification of these obscure accessories lacked enforceability in court. And now, sure enough, the ATF has admitted in court filings that it lacked the authority to ban bump stocks in the […]

States, Politicians Join NRA in Backing Remington in Sandy Hook Lawsuit Supreme Court Appeal

In March, the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling throwing out a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Sandy Hook parents and one survivor against Remington Arms. Remington made the Bushmaster rifle used in the massacre. A lower court dismissed the suit against the Remington because of the provisions of the Protection of Lawful Commerce […]

Couple Who Survived El Paso Shooting Sues Walmart Over Inadequate Security

Well this is awkward. Earlier this week, Walmart caved to the braying anti-gun chorus and announced that they’re ending the sales of handgun ammunition (and apparently .223/5.56 as well) in their stores. They also asked their customers to refrain from carrying sidearms openly. That will undoubtedly mean fewer armed people in Walmart stores. Law abiding […]