Riley and Jacob cover this week’s stories from legislative updates to our usual JUSTIFIED story segments. This week in the news, Indiana is looking at considering permitless or constitutional carry, the American Bar Association has recommended that all 50 states pass laws permitting gun confiscation in the case of “Extreme Risk Protection Orders.” Sacramento, CA […]
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Riley and Jacob cover this week’s stories from legislative updates to our usual JUSTIFIED story segments. This week in the news, Oregon has just passed a ridiculous law that you’re not going to want to miss out on learning about because trust me, this one amounts to gun confiscation…and it’s coming your way! Also good […]
Riley and Matthew talk about the latest in national and state legislative issues including one Oregon law that just passed through the state house heading for the governor’s desk that WILL result in the confiscation of guns without due process!! Meanwhile on a more positive front, new legislation is introduced that goes even further than […]
Riley and Jacob cover the latest stories in the concealed carry and firearms industry world including some important updates out of Nevada and Oregon as far as reciprocity is concerned, Illinois is cracking down on violent offenders, one man credits his training with being able to stop a violent bear attack. Meanwhile military snipers are […]
The State of Nevada has updated their official website to reflect a new reciprocity arrangement they have finalized with the State of Oregon. This means moving forward, those of you with the Concealed Carry permit (both resident and non-resident permits) from the State of Oregon can carry concealed per Nevada Concealed Carry law when visiting.
In today’s news: Ohio is considering legislation that reduces penalties for CCWers that make mistakes, New Jersey State Police is suing a major gun manufacturer over apparent faulty equipment, and ISIS may be considering using gun shows as a way to obtain weapons for an attack. Meanwhile, in Oregon, they passed a law recently that […]