• OHIO AG, FEDS INK BRADY CHECK PACT

    Ohio Attorney General Betty Montgomery and the Justice Department worked out a deal on Dec. 18 to settle a dispute over checking the criminal histories of handgun buyers, according to Katherine Rizzo of Associated Press

    The quarrel was resolved by enlisting the help of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department in Columbus, which will be paid to perform Brady Act checks throughout the state.… Read the rest

  • NEW LEAD RECYCLING SYSTEM HELPS SCHOOL RECLAIM RANGE

    If the average little .22 rimfire lead bullet weighs 40 grains, how many must be fired to equal 1,000 pounds? (Hint: a dozen of them weigh one ounce.)

    No, this is not a freshman algebra question. It is serious one with implications that threaten the future of many shooting ranges around the country.… Read the rest

  • LAW RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    The United States Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the Brady Law was unconstitutional for violating the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court found that Congress exceeded its powers by forcing local officials to implement a federal law without compensation.… Read the rest

  • SELF-DEFENSE LEADER SAYS SUPREME COURT BRADY RULING A TURNING POINT IN THE BATTLE FOR PROTECTION AND SAFETY

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – “The Supreme Court’s landmark decision puncturing the Brady Law is a turning point in the struggle for personal protection and public safety,” John Michael Snyder, Public Affairs Director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, said here today.… Read the rest

  • LANDMARK LAWSUIT AGAINST CLINTON GUN BAN GRANTED STANDING BY COURT OF APPEALS!

    The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has ruled that plaintiffs against Bill Clinton’s so-called ‘assault weapon’ ban have standing and have ordered the Federal District Court to hear the merits of their case. The lawsuit brought by Navegar, Inc.… Read the rest


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