An immigrant who has been in the U.S. with an expired student visa was convicted by a federal jury this month on charges of being an unlawful alien possessing firearms and ammo.
The Assembly will soon take up a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate President in an effort to beat Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control knockout blow.
The Democrat-controlled state Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday gave a rubber stamp to a sheaf of measures that would change the landscape of gun laws in California.
With High Bridge Arms, The Golden Gate City’s final legal gun store run out of town due to increased restrictions last October, a new and very green tenant is ready to move in.
“It is the next evolution of training and it’s as close to real as you can possibly get,” said range owner Bill Kucyk.
This week, the University of Defense in Brno, Czech Republic announced it’s ready to move its specialized air marshal 9mm ammo out of the lab and into use.
Guns.com caught up with Ammohawk owner over the weekend to answer questions raised by last week’s feature on the ammo and storage subscription business.
Sig Sauer finalized plans Wednesday to relocate its ammunition operations to Jacksonville, completing a project that had been developed alongside state and local leaders.
Both sides in the debate on California Lt. Gov Gavin Newsom’s pending voter referendum to change the states gun laws spoke in front of the legislature Tuesday.
“It’s on!” said Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom as he along with gun control advocates dropped off a reported 600,000 signatures for the Safety For All voter referendum campaign.