California District Court Judge, Roger Benitez decided that the “Assault Weapons” ban that had been part of California law since 1989 is clearly in violation of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. Before we get ahead of ourselves, the Judge also granted a 30-day stay on his ruling at the request of California […]
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The facts of an incident in Cathedral City, California, sound more like what you would find in a Hollywood movie. The incident is a perfect illustration of the castle doctrine. A legal principle existing in every state, in some form. Yes, even in a state like California with many restrictive gun laws, castle doctrine reigns. […]
In the heat of the moment, when you are faced with a crisis how you maintain your composure is important. Reading a situation correctly and knowing the time to draw your weapon, let alone fire it is a skill that you need to learn or it could end up with you going to jail or […]
Residents of Rancho Cucamonga who live near Brindisi Way may have been startled out of their sleep at 12:40 AM on Sunday morning after hearing a myriad of gunfire coming from a home on the 11600 block of Brindisi.
The Second Amendment Foundation, an institution that attempts to promote a better understanding about constitutional gun rights through educational and legal action programs has, for the first time issued a travel advisory warning to gun owners living in and visiting the state of California. The Second Amendment Foundation’s founder and Executive Vice President stated the […]
By Craig Martin The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court has historically been problematic for gun-owners, from their ruling stating that it is not a Californian’s right to carry concealed without “good reason” to continuing a “cool-down” period for anyone buying a gun and now a new issue brought before them sees the same anti-gun tendencies of this […]
Two adults are dead and two students are hospitalized after a man came in and opened fire at North Park Elementary School campus in San Bernardino, in what the police chief characterized as a suspected murder-suicide.
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.
Rep. Richard Hudson of North Carolina recently brought forth a bill that could mean that Californians will soon have an easy path to a concealed carry license, ending a longstanding hurdle for most interested in self-defense carrying.
In Modesto, last Saturday, a crowd of 500 people gathered along McHenry Avenue Carrying signs with messages including “No more gun laws,” “We will not comply” and “The 2nd Amendment: America’s original homeland security.”