BREAKING: Supreme Court Relists All 10 Second Amendment Cases Considered in Thursday’s Conference

A number of Second Amendment cases — 10 in all — have been in suspended animation. The Cases involving everything from “may issue” carry permits to banning “assault weapons” to interstate sales of handguns have been at the Supreme Court for consideration — some for years — and have been punted along, most likely awaiting […]

Illinois Accidentally Bans Pandemic Carry, and Looking for Mr. Hi-Point’s Parts Kits

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.    Illinois may have just criminalized carrying firearms during the coronavirus pandemic In Illinois, it’s generally illegal to wear a […]

BREAKING: Rhode v. Becerra Plaintiffs Ask Ninth Circuit to Lift Administrative Stay of Lower Court’s Injunction Blocking California Ammo Background Check Law

Late Friday evening, two judges from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an “administrative stay,” blocking an injunction issued by District Court Judge Roger Benitez. The Benitez injunction halted enforcement of California’s deeply flawed ammunition background check system and allowed Californians to briefly buy ammo locally or online like normal people do elsewhere. The […]

Federal Lawsuit Filed Challenging Jackson, Mississippi Mayor’s Ban On Open Carry

Last week, Jackson, Mississippi Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba announced that he had signed an order banning the open carry of firearms in the city, despite the fact that such an action violates multiple state laws, the Mississippi constitution, and the Second Amendment. On April 26, Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch sent Lumumba a letter instructing […]

Did Roberts and Kavanaugh Give In To Senate Intimidation in NYSRPA Ruling?

The dissenting justices say that if there are any remaining issues, like the coffee break question, then the case isn’t moot. Alito’s opinion also references the political brouhaha surrounding this case, explaining: Five United States Senators, four of whom are members of the bar of this Court, filed a brief insisting that the case be dismissed. If the […]

Ammo Again, Off Again, and the DC Police are Doing Firearm Transfers [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.  Judge Blocks California Ammo Restriction Law, Ninth Circuit Reinstates It Finally, some good news from California. On Thursday last […]