A settlement in the long-running case of Sharp v. Becerra, a California case involving a botched computer program ostensibly designed to allow online registration of so-called “assault weapons” has been reached, according to the Second Amendment Foundation, one of the plaintiffs in the case. SAF announced the settlement Monday. The case dates back to 2016, […]
Gun Owner’s Groups Sue CA over Registration Debacle
Comparing the failure of California’s bullet button semi-auto registration system to “Catch 22,” four gun owners’ rights groups yesterday sued the state’s Department of Justice and Attorney General Xavier Becerra in an effort to prevent affected gun owners from being prosecuted because they were unable to comply with the law. The lawsuit, filed by the […]
What Is ‘Sensible Gun Reform’ And Why Would Anyone Oppose It?
What is “sensible gun reform?” Who says it would work, even if someone could define it? (Dave Workman) A Democrat running to unseat a Republican Iowa congressman is making headlines for being prohibited from speaking to an upcoming gathering because of her foul mouth, but there is one other thing about her campaign that might set […]
Washington State Gun Control Bills up for Vote Thursday
The Washington State House Judiciary Committee will reportedly be considering two gun control measures during an executive session on Thursday, and Second Amendment activists are already flooding Olympia with messages of opposition. One of the bills is aimed at licensing and registration of so-called “assault weapons” and “high capacity magazines,” and the other measure would […]