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KY: Bill Would Allow NRA To Provide Gun Permit Training

In Kentucky, a bill that would allow for the National Rifle Association, to train gun owners for concealed carry permits is getting closer to passage. According to The Courier General, the bill passed the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, and … Continue reading

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Second Amendment Carry On The Move In Maine

Senator Eric Brakey, has as proposal to allow concealed carry of handguns without a permit, for those who can legally possess a gun. Because he says it’s in accordance with the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. It … Continue reading

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New Gun Bill Introduced In Nevada Senate

Senate Bill 175 was introduced by Senator Michael Roberson, which creates reciprocity with other state concealed carry permits, and would repeal the handgun registration requirements of Clark County. It also strengthens state preemption, of gun laws, by allowing those “adversely … Continue reading

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SAF Files Suit Against DC’s New Carry Requirements

The Second Amendment Foundation has filed suit against Washington, D.C.’s concealed carry laws. Because of a may issue requirement, to show a “good reason” for a carry permit, that SAF says is unconstitutional. The district requires “a special need for … Continue reading

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Study: “Racially Biased” Stand Your Ground Laws Not So

According to a University of Florida study, stand your ground laws do not contribute, to all manner of racist and other negativity claimed. The naysayers can’t say much because their own study didn’t pan out. The data collected is, “insufficient … Continue reading

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Massachusetts: Worcester Sued Over Concealed Carry Policy

Hector E. Pineiro applied for a license to carry a concealed weapon through the Police Department. He applied to protect himself from crime. The license he was issued restricts him to sporting and target use. Mr. Pineiro is a lawyer … Continue reading

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David Kopel Files Amicus Brief in California Concealed Carry Case

The Peruta v. San Diego case challenges the arbitrary issuance of concealed weapon permits in the state. Chuck Michel is lead attorney. The argument is that lawful self defense is “good cause.” Volokh Consipracy has the run down.

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Olympic Park Tragedy Good Reason For Carry

This Olympic Park tragedy highlights the reason behind citizens needing the ability to defend life and limb in National Parks. Anti-gun naysayers would gladly have us believe that danger does not exist in the wilderness. Proponents of carry in National … Continue reading

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Ventura Sheriff Sued for Failing to Release Public CCW Record Information

The Ventura County Sheriff is claiming that good cause statements for concealed carry applicants, in regard to the Calguns Foundation public records request, is exempt because of privacy. Such information is supposed to be public record. How would you prove … Continue reading

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In Wisconson CCW Hinges On Governor Election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker has said he would sign a bill allowing gun owners to carry concealed firearms, despite voting against a bill as a state representative to make such a practice legal in the state. Continue reading

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