A Texas court heard argument Monday calling the U.S. Department of State out for its censorship of online plans for a 3-D printable firearm.
A federal appeals court breathed new life into a case challenging the ban on gun sales to Americans living abroad.
The “Brady Gun,” a 1848 Colt Baby Dragoon Rammerless that is thought to have been once owned by gun control advocate James Brady is now up for auction.
The retrial of Peruta v. San Diego and Richards v. Yolo County last year showed California sheriffs practicing unconstitutional gun licensing schemes.
The Peruta case, which challenges the need for carry license applicants to provide a heightened “good cause” is beginning its en banc retrial today in San Francisco.
A federal appeals court granted an injunction over a lower court’s order that the city halt its harsh “good cause” test for granting concealed handgun permits.
A New York lawmaker introduced legislation Tuesday that would ban 3-D printable guns. Cody Wilson sees it and the State Department’s move on him as flagrant censorship.
The District of Columbia is fighting to keep its current strict may-issue concealed carry scheme while the Second Amendment Foundation is swinging back claiming the city is in contempt of a federal judge’s ruling.
Following a federal judge’s injunction on the District of Columbia’s strict may-issue practices to obtain a concealed carry permit, some are wondering if places like New York City, Maryland and New Jersey could be next.
A federal judge has issued an injunction barring Washington D.C. from applying their vague “good cause” test as part of their controversial may-issue permitting scheme that has declined more permits than it has granted.