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    How to Buy a Handgun Legally in California

    Knowing how to buy a handgun legally in California is necessary in such a gun-strict state. A new law on firearms seems to be implemented every few months, so keeping track of them all can be difficult. Fortunately, this concise guide will put you through the legal paperwork involved in buying a handgun in sunny […] More

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    Unique Gun Laws Across American States

    Certain unique gun laws across American States may surprise, amuse, or leave you peeved. This is because gun rules are often similar in clauses across the US. Issues like the seal to conceal carry and places you can carry a gun to are usually the same throughout the country. But not in the states we […] More

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    Rauner vetoes ‘duplicative’ Illinois gun store licensing bill

    This article was originally posted on Gov. Bruce Rauner dripped veto ink on a controversial measure that would have added red tape to federally licensed gun dealers in the state (Photo: Rauner’s office) Democrats in the legislature are spooling up to attempt an override of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of a bill that […] More

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    Gun maker rescinds support for ‘Fix NICS’ after weekend criticism

    This article was originally posted on A screenshot of Daniel Defense owner Marty Daniel appearing in a company promo. (Photo: Daniel Defense via Youtube) Daniel Defense dropped support for the bipartisan Fix NICS bill pending in the U.S. Senate after social media users threatened to boycott the company. Even though the measure had already […] More

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    Putnam would not have signed Florida gun age increase (VIDEO)

    This article was originally posted on Adam Putnam, Florida’s pro-gun Commissioner of Agriculture and gubernatorial candidate, says he has a problem with stripping the gun rights from adults under age 21. Putnam, who literally puts gun rights first on his platform and has long a history of supporting carry rights, told Fox 13 he […] More

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    Gun rights group says supporters aged 18-20 jumped 1,200 percent

    This article was originally posted on With as many as 3 million Americans aged over 18 but under 21 with their firearms rights on the line, many are joining pro-gun advocacy groups. (Photo: Chris Eger/ One of the nation’s largest Second Amendment groups said it has seen phenomenal growth in the number of members […] More

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    Microstamping case headed for California Supreme court argument

    This article was originally posted on Gun industry groups insist the legal requirement for semi-auto handguns to mark cartridges with a microscopic array of characters, that identify the make, model and a serial number of the pistol upon firing is “impossible to accomplish” in actual field conditions. (Photo: UCDavis) California’s high court is set […] More

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    A closer look at the White House’s school safety plan

    This article was originally posted on President Donald Trump gives the thumb’s up on improving federal background checks last month. (Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP) President Donald Trump this week unveiled a four-pronged plan of defense against future school shootings, focusing on “hardening” schools, improving background checks, increasing access to mental health services and examining […] More

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    White House proposes school safety plan, arming teachers

    This article was originally posted on President Trump meeting with state and local officials to discuss school safety on Feb. 22, 2018, at the White House. (Photo: Shealah Craighead/White House via Facebook) The White House opted to take cues from gun rights advocates in its proposal for preventing future school shootings with a plan […] More

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    Housing authority sued over gun ban in subsidized homes

    This article was originally posted on Public housing administered by the East St. Louis Housing Authority have a “no guns” clause in their lease. (Photo: ESLHA) Gun rights groups allied with a domestic violence survivor are suing an Illinois housing authority over their “no guns allowed” policies. The East St. Louis Housing Authority is […] More

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    DOJ proposes regulation defining bump stock as machine gun

    This article was originally posted on Slide Fire Solutions SSAR-15 MOD bump stock. The Department of Justice proposed a rule over the weekend redefining the accessories as a “machine gun” under federal law. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) President Donald Trump’s promise to regulate bump stocks and similar devices into oblivion moved one step closer to […] More

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