After petitions and statements by some seeking to bring their firearms to the Republican National Convention and others pressing to ban guns in Cleveland, the outcome was largely anticlimactic.
The Attorney General of California has prepared the title and summary for six referendums on the ballot in November to repeal a gun control package recently signed into law, and a seventh is in the works.
Legislation to supply employees at New York National Guard Recruiting offices and ROTC Centers with sidearms or concealed carry permits is halfway through the legislature.
Instructor Jonathan Galloway said some people in his July deaf-only concealed carry class have been waiting for such an opportunity for a decade.
A group formed in urban Philadelphia wants to replace more gun regulations, buybacks and rhetoric with firearms training, education, and concealed carry permits.
Axl Rose used the classic “wasn’t my gun” excuse and said border officials were very nice and understanding.
Barry Bahrami, the California businessman seeking to put six referendums on the ballot in November to repeal a gun control package recently signed into law, is ready for a fight.
Forms filed by pistol permit holders in one New York county to keep their personal information safe from public disclosure have largely gone unprocessed.
A San Diego tech executive wants to send the question of a half dozen new gun control bills signed into law by Gov. Brown to the people and is asking gun owners to get involved.
However, Ohio’s governor said he won’t suspend the practice during the RNC despite the request and recent violent attacks on police in other parts of the country.