Hunting regulators in New Hampshire are trying to ban game cameras that can transmit footage in real time to cell phones or computers and “smart rifles” that use computers to shoot game on the move.
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Washington, D.C. has issued only eight gun-carry permits, prompting gun-rights organizations to complain that the permitting process is too restrictive and still unconstitutional.
Top officials of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) have admitted wrongdoing by participating in “Operation Choke Point” and have said they would cease classifying businesses that dealt in “Ammunition Sales” and “Firearms Sales” as high-risk ventures along with escort services, Ponzi schemes, pornography, and firms that produce racist materials, to name a few.
The Second Amendment is in serious danger if rogue lawmakers are allowed to run amok unbridled. Montana residents are prepared to fight unjust laws with the law.
The BATFE issued an open letter on January 16, 2015, which could put many shooters who have purchased long-barrel handguns with “stabilizing braces” in hot water if they “intend” to use the braces in a certain manner. Read the letter…
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has said a prohibition on firearms possession for persons who have been “committed to a mental institution” was unconstitutional. Click to see the underlying legal reasoning.
The maker of a video that advises kids to steal their parents’ guns, take the guns to school, and attempt to turn the firearms in would likely not face criminal or civil sanctions for her message.
Americans who support gun rights are now a majority — 52% to 46% — for the first time in almost two decades of Pew Research polling.
While we have made great strides on the gun control front over the last several months, the antis have managed to squeak out a couple of quiet, but significant victories. What are they and will they eventually be rolled out to your hometown?