LAPD Won’t Enforcement of California’s ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Ban

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By Lee Williams via The Second Amendment Foundation The Los Angeles Police Department has stopped enforcing California’s state law banning “high capacity” magazines, according to an internal LAPD email obtained by the Second Amendment Foundation’s Investigative Journalism Project.  The email was sent Wednesday morning to all LAPD personnel by Commander Ernest Eskridge, assistant commanding officer of the department’s […]

CALL TO ACTION: ‘Assault Weapons Ban’ Vote Soon

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CONTACT YOUR U.S. REPRESENTATIVE TODAY! Late last night, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee advanced flawed legislation that would ban the sale of commonly-owned rifles, shotguns, handguns, and standard capacity magazines. In addition, the committee also approved legislation to repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) and to put law enforcement in danger by allowing the […]

Dick Heller Files Lawsuit That Challenges Washington DC’s Limit On The Number Of Rounds An Armed Citizen Can Carry

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Dick Heller, of District of Columbia v. Heller fame, has filed a lawsuit that aims to challenge Washington, DC’s current restrictions on concealed carry, specifically their limits to the amount of rounds a concealed carrier can have on their person. You can read the entire document here. A lawsuit (that we're now watching) was filed […]

New Jersey Bans .50 Caliber Firearms And Much More In Their Reaction To The Recent Mass Shooting In Illinois

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“They are common sense, they are smart, they live up to our Jersey values,” New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said during the signing of the new legislation. As we’ve seen time and time again, a state’s legislatures are passing gun control measures in the wake of a mass shooting, none of which would have prevented […]

2 More States Are Now Shall-Issue, Following Supreme Court Ruling On Concealed Carry

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Two more states are now Shall Issue after they released statements removing the ‘Good Cause’ standard when reviewing concealed carry permit applications. We have updated our Concealed Carry Maps accordingly and will do so as other May Issue states address how the Supreme Court ruling affects their state. Maryland Governor Hogan Directs Maryland State Police to Suspend […]