• 20 attorneys general join fight against Joe Biden’s executive gun control

    Republican attorneys general from 20 states are taking up the fight against President Joe Biden’s executive gun control regarding firearm parts and kits.

  • U.S. Supreme Court limits police power to enter homes with no warrant

    The U.S. Constitution has been in the spotlight for years now, and debates surrounding certain amendments continue to rage.

  • That’s illegal?

    It recently came to my attention that a concealed carrier was placed under arrest in Chicago for having a laser sight on his handgun. In Chicago, it is apparently against the laws to possess an “assault weapon,” laser sight accessory, or silencer with the exception of law enforcement or the armed forces. How many of us knew that?

  • A Front Sight member is running for Governor of California

    In the recall election to oust Gavin Newsom, a real contender has emerged to become the next Governor of California: Larry Elder.

  • The Melinda Herman Case: Six shots to save your life

    Donnie Herman owned two guns for home defense. One was a .38 revolver, and Donnie took his wife Melinda to the range to learn how to fire it in case she’d ever have to use it to protect herself or her 9-year-old twins. That circumstance arose just two weeks later when, home alone with her children, Melinda was confronted by an intruder.

  • Going shopping

    Biden: You’d need F-15s and nukes to take on the government.

  • The progression of clown-world logic

    I support the 2nd Amendment, but …

  • Texas joins 21 other states asking U.S. Supreme Court for clarity on major gun rights case

    • Multistate coalition is asking the justices to uphold Hawaiians’ Second Amendment rights to bear arms outside their homes and overturn a federal appeals court.
  • Biden’s false claim that the 2nd Amendment bans cannon ownership

    “And I might add: The Second Amendment, from the day it was passed, limited the type of people who could own a gun and what type of weapon you could own. You couldn’t buy a cannon.”

    Joe Biden

  • Dark Storm Industries to move to Titusville

    Dark Storm Industries LLC, a federally-licensed firearms manufacturer currently located in New York, will relocate to Titusville, FL and expand its advanced manufacturing facility. The project is expected to create 50 new jobs with an average annual salary of $50,000 and a capital investment of approximately $3.2 million. Products manufactured by the company are shipped across the United States.

  • Biden makes compelling argument in favor of Second Amendment

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a speech yesterday, President Joe Biden made a compelling and powerful argument in defense of the Second Amendment. The president ranted on and on about how if people were to rebel against his iron-fisted rule, he would nuke them and send F-15 fighter jets to attack them in their homes. These statements alone were enough to convince millions of Americans the Second Amendment is still desperately needed to protect their natural right to defend themselves.

  • More than 61% of American counties are now Second Amendment Sanctuaries

    There are now 1,930 counties that are protected by Second Amendment Sanctuary legislation at either the state or county level. This represents 61.39% of all of the counties in the United States of America. Strangely, as was recently pointed out by Lee Williams, The Gun Writer, the media seems to be ignoring this movement still, for the most part. We have seen plenty of news about Constitutional Carry, which is another movement that we are actually quite supportive of. Yet the mainstream news has remained relatively silent regarding the massive Second Amendment Sanctuary movement, which leads us to a few questions.

  • Texas becomes the 21st Constitutional Carry state

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday signed a popular measure to recognize that a state-issued license isn’t required to legally carry a concealed handgun in the Lone Star State.

  • Not OK

    1 walk around like I’m OK, but deep down inside I want to buy another gun.

  • Campus Carry: What is the danger to allowing concealed handguns on University property?

    • Shootings by permit holders from 2012 to May 2021
  • Title 1 update

    • LOS ANGELES JUDGE PERMITS $30 MILLION LAWSUIT TO PROCEED AGAINST CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
  • Historic victory for Second Amendment rights in ‘assault weapon’ lawsuit

    SAN DIEGO, CA — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that Judge Roger T. Benitez of the Southern District of California has issued an opinion in Miller v. Bonta (previously Miller v. Becerra), holding that California’s tyrannical ban on so-called “assault weapons” is unconstitutional under the Second Amendment. The opinion, along with other filings in this case, can be viewed at AssaultWeaponLawsuit.com.

  • The Kristen McMains case: The armed defender’s dilemma

    The Kristen McMains case is the story of a young woman who used her concealed firearm to end a vicious, life-threatening attack. On the evening of January 26, 2016, the 25-year-old attorney left her office and stepped into a parking garage elevator. A suspicious man had followed her across the skywalk and joined her. As the elevator doors closed, McMains’ fear spiked when the stranger didn’t push a button. “I had the instinctive feeling I was going to die tonight,” she said, “unless I did something.”

  • L.A. County Sheriff: Homicides up 95% over 2020; will issue more conceal carry permits

    Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva revealed Wednesday that homicides were up 95% this year over the same period in 2020, and said his department would issue more concealed carry permits to let citizens to defend themselves.

  • Corrections to the FBI’s Reports on Active Shooting Incidents

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