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Supreme Court Strikes Down Bump Stock Ban

Supreme Court Strikes Down Bump Stock Ban

The Supreme Court’s decision invalidating the nationwide bump stock ban has reignited Democrats efforts to enact gun control, leading to a showdown in the U.S. Senate.  Late last week, the United States Supreme Court struck down the 2018 bump stock ban rule. The...

Supreme Court Ruling on “Rapid-Fire” Devices Due Any Day Now

Supreme Court Ruling on “Rapid-Fire” Devices Due Any Day Now

The United States Supreme Court is on the clock to deliver a ruling on Cargill v. Garland by June. Following the tragedy in Las Vegas in late 2017, the ATF moved to ban bump stocks under discretion from the White House – classifying them as machine guns. Since then,...

ATF Director Grilled in House Judiciary Hearing

ATF Director Grilled in House Judiciary Hearing

Steve Dettelbach, Director of the ATF, could not define a precise threshold for when private citizens are considered “engaged in the business” of selling firearms. Last Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing with Steve Dettelbach, Director for the...

Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) Pushes Back on ATF Background Check Rule

Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) Pushes Back on ATF Background Check Rule

The gun shop owner and U.S. Representative from Georgia's 9th Congressional District has introduced a resolution to make the ATF's "engaged in the business" rule of "no force or effect." The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) announced their...

New York State Senator Introduces Bill to Ban Popular Handguns

New York State Senator Introduces Bill to Ban Popular Handguns

Last week, New York State Senator Zellnor Myrie (D-20) introduced S9225, a bill completely ban the sale of Glocks and other semi-automatic handguns. The argument Democrats in the Empire State are making is that Glocks and other semi-automatic handguns can be easily...

Gun Control Fails In Pennsylvania State House

Gun Control Fails In Pennsylvania State House

Pennsylvania gun owners can rejoice after a bumpstock ban and advanced reporting by FFLs was defeated last week. By a vote of 101-100, both HB 335 and HB 2206 failed to meet the 102 votes needed to clear the Pennsylvania State House. HB 335 would have banned the sale...

Rep. Bob Good Introduces SHUSH Act in Congress

Rep. Bob Good Introduces SHUSH Act in Congress

Last week, Rep. Bob Good (R-VA-5) introduced a bill to completely deregulate firearm suppressors, or "silencers," from federal regulation. The Silencers Helping Us Save Hearing Act (SHUSH Act) would completely remove suppressors from NFA (National Firearms Act)...

Proposed “Assault Weapons” Ban Languishes in Colorado

Proposed “Assault Weapons” Ban Languishes in Colorado

Colorado Senator Julie Gonzales (D) and lead sponsor of HB 1292, the so-called "Assault Weapons" Ban, announced Monday that she would ask for the bill to be killed in the Senate State, Military, and Veteran Affairs Committee. This marks the second year in a row gun...

Maine Lawmakers Approve Slew of Gun Control

Maine Lawmakers Approve Slew of Gun Control

With three gun control bills heading to Gov. Janet Mills' desk, the Legislature rejects "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation in the Pine Tree State. The three bills heading to the Governor's desk include: L.D. 2086 - A ban on bump stocks and other rapid-fire devices L.D. 2238...

Supreme Court to Decide Fate on Homemade Firearms

The United States Supreme Court agreed to consider whether the Biden Administration can lawfully regulate homemade firearms. In November of 2023, a three-judge panel in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declared the 2022 rule proposed by the Bureau of Alcohol,...

ATF Report Debunks So-Called “Gun Show Loophole”

ATF Report Debunks So-Called “Gun Show Loophole”

For decades, the Left has been pushing the so-called "gun show loophole" as a means to enact radical gun control measures. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) just realeased Volume III of the National Firearms Commerce and Trafficking...

Hawaii Rep. Takes Aim At So-Called ‘Zombie Gun’ Loophole

Hawaii Rep. Takes Aim At So-Called ‘Zombie Gun’ Loophole

Rep. Jill Tokuda (D-HI) is seeking to close a 'loophole' that aims to 'destroy 'zombie guns.'" H.R. 7746, co-sponsored by Rep. Maxwell Frost (D-FL), targets the market of many used and surplus gun parts, which are sold as parts kits. One of the main appeals of these...

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