• End the AB 28 excise tax

    Another in the seemingly endless parade of bills pushed through by Governor Newsom and his anti-2A allies, AB 28 became law last September doubling the already egregious taxes on gun and ammunition purchases in California. The new tax goes live on July 1st.

  • Rebutting Jon Stewart on gun violence

    Jon Stewart is wrong on guns, NYC State of Crime, and so much more!

  • Pro Second Amendment legislation signed by Governor Noem

    Yesterday, Governor Noem signed Senate Bill 203, legislation that would allow individuals with enhanced concealed carry permits and with permission from the school principal, to carry on public school grounds. Additionally, on March 5th, the governor signed House Bill 1228, which will allow hunters to wear fluorescent pink as an alternative to orange, providing them with additional choices in the field. The NRA would like to thank Governor Kristi Noem and members of the South Dakota legislature for their continued support of our Second Amendment rights and hunting heritage.

  • Gun-free zones

    We defend our president with guns.

  • 7 More Gun-Free Tactics To Defend Your Home

    Even though we all agree that property ownership is a clear vestige of white colonialism, there may be times when it’s necessary protect said colonialist vestige against threats of violence and slash or burglary.

  • Gov. McMaster signs permitless carry gun bill into law

    South Carolinians can now legally carry handguns without a permit.

  • Louisiana passes ‘Constitutional Carry’

    Congratulations to Louisiana Gov. Jeff Landry for signing a “Constitutional Carry” bill Tuesday, fulfilling his promise to voters to champion their right to keep and bear arms.

  • Louisiana set to become 28th state to embrace constitutional carry as bill heads to governor’s desk

    Louisiana is on the brink of becoming the 28th state to embrace constitutional carry, marking a monumental triumph for the Second Amendment and the rights of its law-abiding citizens. The Louisiana House has resoundingly passed Senate Bill 1 with a vote of 75-28, a move that not only exemplifies the state’s commitment to the fundamental right of self-defense but also aligns it with a growing list of states that recognize the importance of constitutional carry. This bill, ardently supported by the NRA, is a testament to the enduring spirit of freedom and individual rights that defines Louisiana.

  • Benitez upholds Rhode v. Bonta

    Great news for California gun owners: Judge Roger Benitez announced he is upholding CRPA’s challenges in Rhode v. Bonta [18-cv-00802-BEN-JLB]. This case seeks to overturn the state’s restrictions on ammunition purchases.

  • A California law banning the carrying of firearms in most public places is blocked again

    LOS ANGELES — A new California law that bans people from carrying firearms in most public places was once again blocked from taking effect Saturday as a court case challenging it continues.

  • Everytown gun claims are bogus

    BELLEVUE, WA — A new “study” by Everytown for Gun Safety which claims that 298,000 lives could be saved if all states adopted strict gun control policies like California is “misleading at best,” the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said in reaction.

  • How many guns to buy

    When the government says you don’t need a gun, buy two.

  • Federal judge strikes down SB2

    In a huge ruling, the Southern Division of the Central District of California issued an injunction halting enforcement of provisions of SB 2 that designates a wide variety of locations in the state as “sensitive places” in which a firearm could not legally be possessed.

  • San Juan sheriff probes advocacy group’s gun buybacks in Farmington

    Pictured are unwanted firearms from one household in Farmington, NM. Our gun buyback was cancelled by the City, but local residents asked us to show up anyway. So, we spent today dismantling guns house by house.

  • Second Circuit panel strikes ‘social media’ review for New York concealed carry permits

    A three-judge panel from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld district court injunctions on Friday against three New York gun controls, including one requiring concealed carry applicants to submit their social media accounts for review.

  • We are representing the NRA

    BREAKING: We’re representing the NRA at the Supreme Court in their case against New York’s Department of Financial Services for abusing its regulatory power to violate the NRA’s First Amendment rights.

  • Judge obliterates Oregon’s newest gun grab

    It turns out that bullets are an essential part of a gun, and limiting the number of rounds in a gun violates the Oregon constitution. A county judge in Oregon made that decision on Tuesday overturning Measure 114, a citizen-passed measure that outlawed what gun grabbers call “high capacity magazines” and required that Oregon serfs get a permit to be allowed to purchase a gun.

  • The right to bear arms

    The Second Amendment does not grant us the right to bear arms. The Second Amendment denies the government the authority to infringe upon our right to bear arms!

  • Federal court issues injunction in Gun Show Ban case

    Today, a federal court issued a preliminary order enjoining the State’s attempts to ban gun shows across the state. B & L Productions v. Newsom was filed in a joint effort with California Rifle & Pistol Association, B & L Productions, Second Amendment Foundation, Asian Pacific American Gun Owners, Gun Owners of California, Second Amendment Law Center, and individuals in response to Senator Min’s SB 264 and SB 915, which banned gun shows on all state property. These laws, passed in 2022, were challenged on both First Amendment and Second Amendment claims. The injunction goes into effect immediately, with the court denying the State’s request to stay any injunction that may be issued.

  • Crime would soar victims are disarmed

    Less than 18% of gun crimes in the U.S. are committed by legal gun owners.

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