When the United States Supreme Court ruled in New York Pistol and Rifle Association v. Bruen, that subjective governmental means tests placed on a citizen’s right to get a concealed carry permit were unconstitutional, people on both sides of the gun debate knew it wasn’t over. While states reformed their permit programs to conform to […]
Articles and updates about concealed carry and other firearm related law around the country. Reciprocity, bans, legislation, dealing with law enforcement, attorneys and much more for American gun owners.
As we often advise our readers, concealed carry license reciprocity often changes. It is always best practice to check and see if the state you’re traveling to or through honors your permit before heading out. Illustrating this point is a recent change to Nevada’s reciprocity list. Starting July 1st, 2022, Nevada again honors concealed carry […]
On July 1st, SB5078 became the law of the land in the state named after our first President and general who fought for freedom, Washington State. Here is what you need to know: Washington State SB5078 In Effect — In Washington State, the same political group that can’t define the word ‘woman,’ used a term […]
Last month the Supreme Court affirmed that the Second Amendment indeed protects an individual’s right to possess a firearm outside their home. And perhaps so, the Court’s opinion in New York State Rifle & Pistol Club V. Bruen (NYSRPA V. Bruen), clarified that the Second Amendment is not a “lesser right” that the government […]
As in years past, as Independence Day, AKA the July 4th holiday draws near, I ponder the founding fathers’ intention when they penned the Bill of Rights. The ever-important document which, among other things, protects the basic and inherent rights of Americans to speak freely, follow any religion, and the bear arms. The 4th of […]
Last week, the Supreme Court released two monumental legal opinions. In one, SCOTUS affirmed that words in the Bill of Rights actually mean what they mean. In the other, the Court gave power back to the people, and ruled it is not the Court’s duty to inject words into the Constitution and make law for […]