The Navajo Nation Council passed an amendment to Title 17 of the Navajo Nation Code making it a specific crime to carry a deadly weapon concealed.
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Two bills are scheduled to be heard in committee hearings today. Please review the below descriptions and contact your representative in support of this new legislation.
Since Arizona passed constitutional carry legislation that allows citizens to carry concealed without a permit, the gun rights community has been frustrated by laws that prevent one from carry concealed on or near a school property even when on a public street or public rights of way. Rep. Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, sponsored the bill that […]
Back in December 2015 the Virginia Attorney General announced that they would cease honoring the permits from 25 states that they previously did honor. This would have some far reaching impacts as six of those 25 states would also stop honoring the Virginia permit due to the decision. We outlined the implications in this previous […]
On February 1st, 2016 a change in policy by the State of Virginia caused over 20 state permits that were previously recognized in Virginia to no longer be honored there. If you live in one of those states, or a state that has never had reciprocity with Virginia this article will outline your options. Get […]
Who would have thought releasing a gun related app for smartphones would be so difficult and expensive? Over a year ago we started developing our mobile app with a few key objectives in mind. We wanted to create a powerful, “one stop” resource for American Gun Owners at no cost and free of advertising. After […]
Yep, you read that correctly—keeping people on the No-Fly List from buying guns is a BAD idea! Back in December President Obama proposed this idea suggesting there is a “loophole” when he said, “Right now, people on the No-Fly list can walk into a store and buy a gun. That is insane. If you’re too […]
We have also been advocates for “The Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States.” I feel it is the most complete and also simple firearm law book available on the market. The 2016 edition is the 20th edition of the book which is written and published by Attorney J. Scott Kappas. Each state […]
I am taking it for granted that the majority of our readers already understand WHY we need to get rid of the gun free zones. Today’s article is focused on how I think we might go about the legal process. As a general rule, when we refer to gun free zones we are referring to […]
Recently I had the opportunity to speak to the local ABC Denver team to chime in on a incident where a supposed bounty hunter chased a robbery suspect out of a Subway store and fired first warning shots into the air and then fired shots at the robbers car in order to prevent his escape. […]