• MAYORS FACE LAWSUIT BY GUN OWNER GROUP

    The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), a gun owner advocacy and educational organization, notified the US Conference of Mayors in a faxed letter dated Dec. 8 that it plans to sponsor a “damage action” against the cities of Chicago and New Orleans for conspiracy to violate civil rights, abuse of process and undue burden on interstate […]

  • GUN RIGHTS POLICY CONFERENCE AIMS FOR “GRASSROOTS VICTORY!”

    National gun rights leaders will be joining with hundreds of local activists for the 1998 Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC). This year’s FREE conference will highlight lessons learned from recent court and legislative battles and provide gun owners with necessary skills to defend themselves and their heritage against hysterical anti-gun foes in the media, classrooms, […]

  • GUN TURN-INS CHEAT OWNERS, DESTROY EVIDENCE

    The rabid gun control group, Ceasefire Oregon, has announced it’s 5th annual voluntary gun turn-in event, to be held on two successive Saturdays in early May. Gun owners may trade their “unwanted firearms” for $50 gift certificates from several local business establishments. “While we have no objection to a citizen voluntarily choosing to surrender an […]

  • ‘ASSAULT WEAPONS’ BAN RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    The Third District Court of Appeals ruled a major portion of California’s ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban is a violation of the separation of powers doctrine and the due process of law. The three-person panel also directed a lower court to review the possibility of throwing out the entire act. “This is a huge blow to gun […]

  • CONTRADICTIONS IN TAGGANT REPORTS

    Maybe the two taggant reports themselves were not as contradictory as it seemed, but the spin put on them indicated some differences. Both reports were released on March 4: One prepared by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF), the other by the National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academy of Sciences. Both […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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. Until fairly […]

  • 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. “Gun owners and police officers attacked the Brady proposal from the beginning as costly, […]

  • 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. Snyder, designated “a champion of the right to self-defense” […]

  • 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. and Penn Arms, two gun manufacturers affected by the ban, is […]


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