Ignorant Hit Piece on Home-Built Firearms (“Ghost Guns”) by the ATF shills at Vice

An ignorant hit piece on home-built firearms (so-called “ghost guns”) from the ATF shills at Vice.com: At what point does a gun become a gun? The difference between a firearm and an inanimate hunk of aluminum is just a matter of a few of holes... Read More

Federal Court: California DROS Fees Not Unconstitutional

Earlier today, a federal district court judge ruled that California’s “Dealer’s Record of Sale” (DROS) fees paid by law-abiding gun owners do not amount to a violation of Second Amendment rights. “According to Plaintiffs,”Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill said in the decision, “this case presents the issue... Read More

More handguns sold in California in 2014 than during any other year on record

From the Sacramento Bee: Dealers sold more than 510,000 handguns in California during 2014, more than double the number sold four years prior, according to new figures from the state Department of Justice. Handgun sales in 2014 set a new California record, far outpacing the... Read More

BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Upholds ‘Large-Capacity’ Magazine Ban

In a decision released today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the City of Sunnyvale, California’s total ban on so-called “large-capacity” magazines. The decision can be read here. Related stories: Gun rights showdown: Sunnyvale restrictions upheld by appeals court (Mercury News)  URGENT: Oppose the ATF M855 Ammo... Read More

KCRA3: “Ghost guns cause concern, especially in Stockton”

From KCRA.com: A bill requiring anyone who assembles a gun to apply for a serial number was vetoed at the state Capitol recently. Gov. Jerry Brown denied the bill, but supporters said they would try to push the issue again. The bill’s author said laws... Read More

Putting teeth in Heller’s promise

“Putting teeth in Heller’s promise,” from alangura.com: When Congress enacted the federal Gun Control Act of 1968, with its broad provisions for the disarmament of potentially dangerous people, the Second Amendment laid dormant. Courts paid the Second Amendment cursory attention, considering the provision only when... Read More

SAF Victory Again Shows Gun Rights Restoration Possible

SAF press release: BELLEVUE, WA — The Second Amendment Foundation has once again funded and won a small but significant federal court victory in a Pennsylvania case in which a federal judge ruled that a man convicted of a misdemeanor crime several years ago, but... Read More

U.S. District Court finds provision of 1968 Gun Control Act unconstitutional

2/18/15 Breaking News In another victory for Second Amendment civil rights by attorney Alan Gura, a United States District Court found a provision of the Gun Control Act of 1968 unconstitutional as applied to some people who, like the plaintiff in the case, are currently... Read More

CCRKBA Wins SAF-Funded Case on Interstate Handgun Transfer Ban

CCRKBA’s press release on their victory today: For Immediate Release: February 11, 2015 BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today won a major federal court ruling in a case involving interstate handgun transfers in which the judge... Read More

Federal Interstate Handgun Sales Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

In another excellent victory for civil rights by attorney Alan Gura, United States District Court Judge Reed O’Connor struck down the federal interstate handgun sales ban earlier today, finding it unconstitutional (both facially and as-applied) under the Second Amendment and the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause. As the... Read More