Judge Rules Ban on Firearms in Post Offices Unconstitutional in Landmark Case

This week, U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle issued a consequential ruling regarding the prohibition of firearms within U.S. Post Offices. The case centered on Emmanuel Ayala, a postal worker facing charges of illegal firearm possession in a federal facility. Ayala founded his defense on the monumental United States Supreme Court decision in Bruen (June…

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Why Does Anyone Need an AR 15 Rifle?

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When was the last time you heard that AR 15 assault rifles and other weapons of war have no place on our streets? Will banning or highly regulating all AR15 rifles make the average citizen safer? And who needs an AR 15 anyhow? Finally, what are the top reasons for owning an AR 15? I…

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Texas Supreme Court Rules on PLCAA Case Involving Store That Sold Gun Used In 2017 Sutherland Springs Shooting

The importance of the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) was evident again in the Texas Supreme Court decision released this past Friday. Some surviving victims of the 2017 Sutherland Springs mass shooting and their families brought suit against Academy Sports and Outdoors. The plaintiffs argued that Academy Sports and Outdoors acted…

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The Week In Guns May 8th, 2020

We’re on a bit of a roller coaster ride right now with the coronavirus hopefully on the downward trend and the country on the road to opening back up again. I hope and pray that’s the case as I’m sure many of you also do. I’m also on my own roller coaster after receiving a…

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