A federal judge has ruled California’s ban on high capacity magazines un-constitutional. Proposition 63, which went into effect in 2016, made illegal any magazines capable of carrying more then 10 rounds of ammunition. This is the section of the bill which San Diego-based U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez declared unconstitutional. In the statement of his […]
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Following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting back in February, many state and federal politicians have made a case for upping the age of purchase of firearms from 18 to 21. Very few states have actually enacted this measure, but California just got one step closer to becoming one of the few.
Details are now coming in regarding a mid-July incident in Rancho Cucamonga of a man’s defense of his home against an early morning burglary attempt.
The small southern city of El Cajon, California made the news recently as one of its citizens was thrust into a life-or-death struggle with a home invader on March 11th. Luckily this homeowner was one of the few Californians who was armed and ready to defend themselves and their home.
Firearms are one of the greatest equalizers known to man. Your ability to jump higher or run faster doesn’t really matter so much if a well-trained marksman has you down his sights. This is thankfully the case for an elderly Fresno man who was thrust into a struggle for his life when he was attacked […]
Robbers beware! Even in gun-hating Southern California there are still good guys with guns who won’t just bow down to the whims of criminals.
Valentine’s Day is fresh in our memories and I’m sure that those of us with significant others remember having a fun couple’s night this year, but a Hemet pair got involved in a couples activity neither of them were expecting when they were forced to defend their home against a would-be burglar.
Way down south lies the small city of Apple Valley. Home to beloved cowboy Roy Rogers. Well, it appears that the cowboy spirit still remains in Apple Valley years after Rogers death due to a bout of shooting that took place on Monday, February 5th.
It seems that more and more often in the world today guns are being demonized as if the tool itself has some sort of evil energy surrounding it, well the next time someone tries to tell you that “guns are bad” send them this story to show them it’s the person that can be bad, […]
Jurupa Valley was luckily saved from a 39-acre wildfire that had been threatening homes in the area last week thanks to the hard work of local emergency crews, so it’s only fair that Jurupa Valley citizens repay the hard work emergency services did for them, right? Well, an elderly couple certainly made a robbery arrest […]