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Bill Filed to Decertify All NRA Instructors and Strip NRA From the Virginia Code
Along with a plethora of anti-gun bills introduced last week, House Bill 2164 removes any NRA references from the firearms Code of Virginia and repeals authority for special license plates in support of the NRA. HB 2164 is strictly political bias.

SHOT Show: FBI NICS Update

SHOT Show: FBI NICS Update
At SHOT Show University, the FBI provided an update on the Nation Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).
Santa Fe City Council Will Vote on Creating Untold Number of
On Wednesday, January 25, your Santa Fe City Council will vote on a resolution directing the city manager to post signs stating that it is a fourth degree felony for any person to carry a firearm for personal protection in, or on, certain city-controlled properties that can be used for school-related or school-sanctioned events.
Armed patron stops attack on Applebee's employee
An armed citizen at a central New York Applebees stepped up and defended employees after a man grabbed a steak knife and started slashing at workers on Saturday evening, pulling a gun and holding the suspect until police showed up minutes later.
Dozens of Illinois Sheriffs Vow Not to Enforce New Gun Ban, Registry Requirement
Already faced with the threat of impending legal challenges, supporters of Illinois’ new "assault weapon" ban face a new obstacle: mass non-compliance.
Biden blasted for repeating debunked gun claims at MLK Jr. Day speech: 'Ole' shoot 'em in the leg is back'
President Biden was attacked on social media for making a series of repeatedly debunked inflammatory claims about guns during his MLK Jr. Day speech on Monday.
ATF Posts “Final” Rule on Stabilizing Braces
On Friday, January, 13, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) posted the “final” Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached “Stabilizing Braces” rule to its website.
For anti-gunners, school shootings are opportunities, not tragedies
Anti-gunners say they don't like school shootings, but they never fail to try and take advantage of them.
Gun Owner Liability Legislation Introduced This Week in New Mexico
On the heels of House Bill 50, NRA-opposed magazine limit legislation alerted on earlier this week, comes House Bill 9, gun owner liability legislation filed by State Rep. Pamela Herndon (D-ABQ).
Pritzker's war of words with Illinois sheriffs isn't going well for him
As the first Illinois sheriffs started issuing statements objecting to the state’s new ban on “assault weapons” and “large capacity” magazines and declaring their intent not to arrest or house anyone in their jail solely for violations of the law...
ATF Bans Millions of Guns With New Pistol Brace Rule
Millions of Americans face the threat of federal felony charges over guns they purchased legally thanks to a new rule released by the ATF.
Illinois sheriff says will not arrest people solely for possessing semiautomatic weapons after state ban
The Edwards County, Illinois sheriff said this week that his office will not be arresting or housing any person who solely violates HB 5471, which places bans on assault rifles.
Maryland senator introduces
While the Democrat-controlled state legislature in Maryland didn’t immediately respond to the Supreme Court’s decision in Bruen, lawmakers are coming after the right to bear arms with a vengeance in the new year.
Illinois Becomes 9th State In Union To Ban Dozens Of Firearms
Illinois Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker signed legislation Tuesday banning the manufacture or possession of dozens of rapid-fire rifles and pistols, .50-caliber guns, and some attachments, which went into effect immediately.
West Virginia: Campus Self-Defense Act Introduced
Today, Senator Rupie Phillips introduced Senate Bill 10, the Campus Self-Defense Act, to ensure that law-abiding adults are not stripped of their right to self-defense when they cross an arbitrary boundary onto a college campus.
Virginia city declares itself a Second Amendment sanctuary
The high water mark for the Second Amendment Sanctuary movement in Virginia came back in late 2019 and early 2020, when in a matter of weeks more than 100 towns, cities, and counties across the commonwealth approved resolutions vowing not to enforce any new gun control measures imposed by either the federal or state governments.
Illinois Legislature Passes AR-15, Ammo Magazine Ban
With just one day left to spare in the state’s lame duck session, Illinois legislators have sent a ban on so-called assault weapons to Governor J.B. Pritzker’s (D.) desk.
First Anti-Gun Bill Filed in New Mexico Legislature: Magazine Ban Legislation
In what is just the first of many attacks on your Second Amendment rights expected during this upcoming legislative session, Rep. Patricia Roybal Caballero (D-ABQ) on Monday filed House Bill 50 (HB0050 (nmlegis.gov), legislation making it a felony to possess, use, manufacture, import, purchase, sell, loan, borrow or transfer a magazine or similar device capable of holding 10 or more rounds of ammunition in the state.
Wyoming man's lawsuit a major move for gun rights
The lawsuit is an effort to restore his gun rights to a degree that will allow him to build an M-16. It's a valiant effort, but will it go anywhere?
Supreme Court Allows New York Gun-Carry Law to Remain in Place During Appeal
The Supreme Court has decided not to intervene in the case against New York’s latest gun-carry restrictions. At least, not yet.

Another Strong Year for Gun Sales

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Another Strong Year for Gun Sales
According to a recent story by Stephen Gutowski at The Reload, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reported that 2022 saw 16.4 million queries run through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) that were related to firearms.
The shady reality behind Illinois assault weapon ban bill
It seems some sneaky stuff happened in Illinois in order to get their assault weapon ban on the verge of passage.
Overwhelming Majority of Americans Believe Gun Ownership is Good for Society 
Americans still largely believe in the Second Amendment. 
Federal court strikes down Trump-era bump stock ban
A court has ruled against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' ban on bump stocks, finding the agency acted without congressional authorization.
Gun Owners of America Classified 18 Republican Senators as Traitors
Republican Senators who voted for Omnibus bill effectively support gun control.

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