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July 16, 2019
New Jersey Governor Signs New Gun Laws; Others Await Senate OK

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed a slate of new gun laws today, the most notable of which is a "fix" to a 17-year-old law that has had the effect of stifling the development of so-called smart guns. The 2002 law required that once a "smart gun" was available for sale in New Jersey, then […]

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July 15, 2019
Gun Control Advocates Tout Flawed Study

The journal Pediatrics today released a study purporting to show that states with tougher gun laws (as judged by the Brady Campaign) results in a 35 percent decrease in "youth" firearms deaths. Children, as defined by the study, include those up to 21 years of age. In other words, not children. This is not a serious […]

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July 10, 2019
Pennsylvania Democrats Not Interested in Enforcing Gun Laws

Two top Democrat prosecutors have indicated that a new law designed to ensure that those violating gun laws get prosecuted will not use that authority. The Pennsylvania legislature earlier this year passed a law allowing so-called "concurrent jurisdiction" for the city of Philadelphia. The law is targeted at Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner who has […]

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July 9, 2019
New Zealand gun owners continue to buck 'buyback' scheme

New Zealand gun owners have until Dec. 20 to turn in their now-illegal scary black rifles and, if the initial numbers are any indication, most are likely to buck the gun "buyback" scheme. Almost 1000 guns have already been handed in to police, and another 8000 have been flagged for surrender through the online registration […]

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July 9, 2019
Utah teachers practice responding to school shootings with guns

While most schoolteachers are spending the summer doing some well-earned relaxation (really, some of your kids are pains in the butt), teachers and other school employees in Utah are undergoing firearms training aimed at preventing the next mass shooting in their schools. Active shooter training for educators is becoming more common nationwide, and Utah is […]

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July 8, 2019
Eric 'Duke Nukem' Swalwell Calls Presidential Bid Quits

California Rep. Eric 'Duke Nukem' Swalwell announced today that he is ending his presidential bid that focused on the forced confiscation of popular semi-automatic rifles that are rarely used in mass shootings. “Being honest with ourselves, we had to look at how much money we were raising, where we were in the polls," Swalwell told […]

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July 8, 2019
Virginia Governor Outlines Gun Control Laws for Special Session

In the wake of last month's mass shooting in the Virginia Beach Municipal Building, Gov. Ralph "Blackface and the Klan" Northam has announced the new gun control laws he wants passed in a special session of the legislature scheduled to begin tomorrow, July 9. Northam has conceded that none of the measures he's supporting would've […]

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June 28, 2019
California State Senator Reveals Distaste for Retired Cops with Guns

California State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson doesn't like guns. She doesn't appear to like anyone carrying a gun, including cops, highway patrol officers, sheriffs and people retired from any of those positions. In a hearing before the State Senate yesterday on AB 603 (sponsored by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez), a bill that is little more than a […]

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June 27, 2019
CRPA Webinar outlines new rules for ammo purchases

The California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA) spent more than 90 minutes yesterday outlining the new rules for ammo purchases in California beginning July 1. For those of you who missed it and want to listen to the entire presentation (minus the Q&A), you can watch the replay here. The CRPA has helpfully created a […]

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June 26, 2019
New Jersey legislature hopes to 'fix' bill mandating smart guns

Back in 2002 New Jersey passed a law that required, once the first so-called smart gun was offered for sale, that three years later only smart guns could be offered for sale in the state of New Jersey. Every rifle, handgun, shotgun, etc. would have to contain smart gun technology from that point onward. Needless to […]

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June 24, 2019
California DOJ unveils rules for ammo background checks

The California DOJ last week submitted proposed "emergency" regulations to the state's Office of Administrative Law for ammunition background checks slated to begin on July 1. The law requiring background checks was originally passed as part of the so-called gunmageddon period that included a slate of restrictive gun control laws through the legislature and Proposition […]

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June 20, 2019
Eric 'Duke Nukem' Swalwell outlines gun control wishlist

In a press conference held outside NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, Va., earlier this week, Democrat presidential hopeful Rep. Eric "Duke Nukem" Swalwell outlined his gun control wishlist to a crowd of 18 supporters. Swalwell is currently polling at 0 percent in national polls. In his plan, the California Democrat reiterated that, if elected president, he […]

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