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Courtesy Jeff Hulbert   Dick Heller is probably laughing to himself today. Late yesterday, US District Judge Royce Lamberth ruled that Washington, D.C. is liable for six wrongful arrests made in the years after the D.C. vs Heller Supreme Court decision was handed down. The individuals in question were arrestedRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From Federal Ammunition . . . Federal Ammunition is proud to announce its new Federal Premium High Over All (HOA) shotshell product line. HOA offers competitive shooters the best plastic shotshell product on the market. The product has been featured at regional and national events andRead More →

Orchid Advisors: Potential State And Federal Regulations Tracking

Orchid Advisors: Potential State And Federal Regulations Tracking Our friends at Orchid Advisors are always keeping a watchful eye on any possible legislation that can change the way dealers, distributors, and manufacturers conduct business. In their latest installment, Orchid tracks some potential state and federal regulations that could impact ourRead More →

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In this Wednesday, April 23, 1975 file photo, Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., left, chairman of the Senate judiciary subcommittee on juvenile delinquency, and David MacDonald, assistant secretary of treasury, look over a display of guns prior to hearings on gun control in Washington. Republican President Richard Nixon also favored gunRead More →

(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File) “Our nation’s most cherished constitutional rights vest no later than 18.” That’s a fact and a finding that’s awfully inconvenient for the moral superiors who make up the Civilian Disarmament Industrial Complex. They’re highly invested in the prospect that people who are old enough toRead More →

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Courtesy sanctuarycounties.com When state and local officials decline to help enforce federal firearm rules they view as unconstitutional, The ‘New York Times’ says, they are adopting “a legally shaky but politically potent strategy” with racist roots. But when state and local officials decline to help enforce federal immigration rules they view asRead More →

M240L Reload (Department of Defense) Federal Ammunition have announced that they have been awarded a 3-year contract with the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium. The contract will cover the development of new ammunition and ammunition technology with enhanced lethality. Federal Ammunition @ TFB: The announcement doesn’t give much more detail on whatRead More →