Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest in industry news, legislative updates, and share this week’s top JUSTIFIED SAVE stories from around America. Plus you won’t want to miss this week’s Case of the Week from attorney Andrew Branca of Law of Self-Defense where we learn what happens when you take things too far in a self-defense […]
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News from our site’s archive with any reference to Pennsylvania. Stories about concealed carry, law changes, and permit reciprocity in the state of Pennsylvania.
Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest in industry news, legislative updates, and share this week’s top JUSTIFIED SAVE stories from around America. Plus you won’t want to miss this week’s Case of the Week from attorney Andrew Branca of Law of Self-Defense where we get some clarification on when the commission of a crime will or […]
As part of that review, only one state that was previously honored in Pennsylvania will no longer be honored. Effective May 17th, Virginia permits will no longer be valid or honored in Pennsylvania. This is bad news for Virginia residents. In addition…
Last week we told you about the war on guns that is building and is coming. This week we see skewed and biased reporting from Quinnipiac University with a poll about support for an assault weapons ban. We see so-called journalistic publications asking for donations to help them publish more content on guns, gun violence, […]
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 Jacob cover the latest stories in the concealed carry and firearms industry world including some important legal updates out of a DC Circuit Court on the issue of the right of publicly carrying a firearm. Will this ruling make it to the Supreme Court paving the way for a more definitive constitutional interpretation? […]