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Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse (Shutterstock) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From the Associated Press . . . People can sue to challenge a city’s gun restrictions even if they have not been charged with violating them, Pennsylvania’s highest court ruled Wednesday. A divided state Supreme Court said that Firearm Owners AgainstRead More →

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(AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I’ve spent much of the past six months interviewing people across the United States in the leadup to the [New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen] case—part of research for a book I’m writing about the cultural and racial effectsRead More →

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Image: Mcumpston (talk)Mike Cumpston [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Ben Jimenez If you grew up reading gun magazines in the 1980s (yes, print media was the only option then), you were frequently bombarded with monthly topics like “9mm vs. .45,” “Rubber vs. Wood Grips,” orRead More →

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Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin (AP Photo/Steve Helber) Next Post Coming Soon…▶   If you’re a gun owner who lives in Virginia, there’s a good chance you’ve seen ads that raise questions about Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin’s support for gun rights. An operation called Accountability Virginia is runningRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶   Shutterstock   According to the public defender groups, New York’s [gun control] scheme has had predictably “brutal” consequences for their clients. They have been “stopped, questioned, and frisked,” “forcibly removed” from their homes, locked up “in dirty and violent jails and prisons,” and “deprived….of theirRead More →