Prohibiting 18-20 Year Olds From Purchasing Handguns Unconstitutional, Federal Judge Says

On Wednesday, Senior U.S. District Judge Robert E. Payne for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division laid out a monumental summary judgement ruling for the plaintiffs in Fraser et al. v. BATF. While the judge found that prohibiting 18-20-year-olds, who are not otherwise prohibited, from purchasing a handgun is unconstitutional, the status quo remains…

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TN Legal Win Lowers The Age For Carrying a Handgun to 18

On Monday a United States District Court judge in Tennessee issued a directive in the case Beeler v Long. The plaintiffs, Blake Beeler, Logan Ogle, and the Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc. challenged TN laws pertaining to possession or carrying firearms. Beeler specifically said laws restricting 18-20-year-old adults from possessing firearms, or prohibiting them from obtaining…

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The Battle Over Credit Card Tracking of Firearm Purchases Continues

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A recent post published by the National Rifle Associations Institute for Legislative Action (NRA ILA) provided some updated information on the ongoing drama involving gun control activists’ attempts to use credit card companies to regulate the Second Amendment. Back in August, we reported how control groups and politicians were pressuring credit card companies to create…

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What You Don’t See Can Kill You

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** We originally published this post August 29, 2017 ** I have wanted to address this topic for quite some time. I hope the accompanying video is a visual of the ever-present danger law enforcement officers (LEOs) face during every contact. But not just LEOs, but anyone targeted by an armed criminal. What happens in…

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