Olympian Gabby Franco and I chatted almost a full year ago, back at the end of January of 2022. It was great to play catch up with the Olympian turned advocate, and competitive shooter. Franco was als...
Armed bingo hall patrons halt shooting, hold suspect at gunpoint – Bearing Arms
A Florida man (you know it’s a good story when Florida Man plays a starring role) is in jail and facing multiple charges after allegedly assaulting and shooting at two women outside a bingo parl...
Watch: Violence Erupts In Culiacán After El Chapo's Son Arrested
Mexican authorities in the northwestern city of Culiacán arrested the son of the notorious drug lord El Chapo in a Thursday morning operation, according to the NY Times, citing three Mexican government officials.
Brazil Bans Firearms From Capital Ahead of Lula’s Inauguration
Brazilian Supreme Court Judge Alexandre de Moraes issued a temporary firearms ban in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, on ...
Major New Jersey paper calls Second Amendment a ‘curse,’ claims America has ‘fetish with gun culture’
The editorial board of a major New Jersey newspaper trashed the Second Amendment, calling it a "curse" and praised countries like Canada for limiting guns.
Attacks on gun industry ramping up in 2023
With gun ban bills pending in several states, the ATF set to finalize new rules for pistol stabilizing braces (not to mention changing their interpretation of their new regulations on unfinished frame...
AP Poll: Americans View Guns as Low Priority Headed into 2023
The public is now less interested in Congress working on guns than it was last year.
Illinois: Lame Duck Legislative Session Convenes Today
Today, the Illinois General Assembly convenes for the lame duck session. It is possible that they will consider legislation to disarm law-abiding Illinois residents. House Bill 5855 bans many commonly-owned firearms that are popular for self-defense, competition, and recreation.
Private Residents in California Can Now Sue Firearms Manufacturers
On January 1, 2023, California’s SB 1327 went into effect, which gives private residents the power to file lawsuits against gunmakers who violate the state’s so-called “assault weapons” prohibition or ban on gun sales to individuals under the age of 21.

New year, old threats to 2A rights

New year, old threats to 2A rights
We’re back with the first Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co of 2023, and I’m delighted that my friend and fellow 2A advocate Mark Walters is with us to talk about the biggest challenges and opportunities facing gun owners in the new year.
New AL law to allow concealed guns without state permit effective Jan. 1
Alabama on Jan. 1 will become the latest state to allow people to carry a concealed handgun without a state permit that requires a background check.
Total media blackout of the scariest Second Amendment story of 2022
Stephen Gutowski at The Reload, one of the rare honest voices in firearms-related journalism, published some bombshell revelations two weeks ago.
Analysis: What Massachusetts Gun Sales Data Tells Us About How and Why Americans Buy Guns
Since the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, and the proposed “assault weapons” ban passed by the US House of Representatives earlier this year, gun researchers have noted a substantial increase in gun sales.
Foiled: Five times armed citizens fought back against attackers in 2022
Americans have frequently used legal guns to thwart crimes, defend themselves or their homes and even stop mass shootings. Some estimates suggest instances of firearms being used in self-defense stretch into the millions yearly.
Texas Gun Vault YouTuber on suspension for “building” a gun
Earlier this year back in January, I reported about Jason, the content creator behind the Texas Gun Vault. Jason and his channel were demonetized at the start of the year with little warning or chance to speak to his appeal being denied.
Federal Judge Rules New York Church Gun Ban Unconstitutional Yet Again
A federal has once more found the state’s ban on carrying a gun in church, even by those with permits, violates New Yorkers’ rights.
JROTC and NRA marksmanship training sparks online debate: 'Militarization of kids'
The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC), with funding from the National Rifle Association, is providing high school students with marksmanship and gun safety training, according to a recent New York Times article.
Years ago, Chris Rock did a funny bit about how bullet control would reduce gun-related fatalities. What he said was, basically, if you made ammo cost $10,000 per round, the gangbangers would end drive-bys and make sure they don’t hit anyone but the guy they meant to hit.
NRA Outspent Gun-Control Groups in 2022 Midterms
The country’s most prominent gun-rights organization was once again the top dog in outside election spending among gun groups.
CDC Removed Defensive Gun Use Stats After Pressure From Anti-Gunners
The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) deleted a reference to a study it commissioned after a group of gun control advocates complained it made passing new restrictions more difficult.
James Cameron Cut Just Ten Minutes of Gun Action from ‘Avatar 2’: ‘What’s Happening with Guns in Our Society Turns My Stomach’
Hollywood director James Cameron has revealed he cut ten minutes of gun action from the new Avatar sequel, saying “what’s happening with guns in our society turns my stomach.”
Critics lose their minds over NRA's Christmas post
The NRA isn’t the kind of organization that can or should care all that much about what gun control enthusiasts think or believe. After all, nothing short of shutting their doors forever would appease such folks, and we all know that’s not going to happen.
Texas drops fight to prevent 18 to 20 year olds from carrying handguns in public
Texas will no longer fight to ban 18-to 20-year-olds from carrying handguns in public. A judge ruled earlier this year that a state law banning the practice was unconstitutional, and Texas filed a notice that it would appeal.
The impact of expanding gun rights in Brazil
The nation of Brazil doesn’t have close to the same gun rights we do. Yet their rights are a lot closer to ours than they were a few years ago. In recent years, laws have been changed to increase the number of lawful gun owners. Since the South American nation was having some serious issues with violent crime.
Santa Fe City Council to Consider Creating Untold Number of
Your Santa Fe City Council is currently considering a resolution that would make it a fourth degree felony for a person -- including a concealed handgun licensee -- 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.

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