Republican Gov. John Kasich on Friday signed a bill expanding gun rights in Ohio to include the use of suppressors by hunters, concealed carry reforms, and mandatory shall-certify rules for National Firearms Act items. Read more
Although a date for a court ruling has not been scheduled, both SIG Sauer and the ATF agreed on deadlines starting early next year for final arguments.
The Ohio House gave final concurrence to a bill that will allow hunting with suppressors, loosen rules for concealed-weapons permits and other reforms. Read more
Three individuals, using a lawyer who helped the League of Women Voters oppose the change beforehand; have filed a challenge to the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission’s recent change in how suppressors are used. Read more
At their meeting in Key Largo, Friday, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted to remove the ban on using silencers on pistols and rifles for hunting game animals despite opposition by gun control groups. Read more
A planned vote Thursday by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to repeal a 57-year ban on using suppressors for game hunting has been pushed back due to attention from gun control opposition. Read more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will decide Thursday on repealing the state’s 1957 ban on the use of sound suppressor devices by hunters in the face of opposition from gun control advocates. Read more
According to a trade group, the ATF is pushing back ruling on an expanded Chief Law Enforcement Officer sign-off requirement and working to clear the backlog of over 40,000 applications for Title II devices. Read more
When Garrett Riedesel entered a guilty plea, he admitted to the possession of a Remington 870 shotgun equipped with a 7-inch barrel, making the overall length 15 inches, well under the legal standard.
Among the ranks of Second Amendment advocacy organizations now stands the NFA Freedom Alliance (NFAFA), formed with the stated goal to expand the right to own, sell, and use National Firearms Act-regulated items. Read more