Well my friends, it seems like things are changing for the gun industry again, at least they are on the surface. All I’ve got to say is wow, what a whirlwind of a mess we’re finding ourselves in as of late. Things could be really changing in the gun industry, and it won’t necessarily be […]
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Where this is the case, the recipient of the firearm (even in the case of a gift) must obtain a state background check before taking possession of the firearm. Most states however, still have no regulation around the transfer of a firearm between two private parties Embed This Image On Your Site ( code below): […]
An overview of the difference between states that have laws that determine if and how they must issue a concealed carry permit to applicants who meet the required criteria set by the law.
Today we test a “Debate” Style format where we each take opposing sides of an issue. We start with something simple… gun modifications. The good and the bad.
Andrew Branca joins Jacob Paulsen to address an area of law often misunderstood that has real implications for concealed carriers. Are there situations when it is to draw the firearm and make threats with the firearm but it is illegal to use that gun?
Major news coming out of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as the court, in a 2-1 ruling, said that the ban on “large capacity magazines” is a violation of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. Circuit Judge Kenneth Lee penned the majority opinion and was joined by Judge Consuelo Callahan in the […]