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Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner doesn’t look happy about citizens lawfully defending themselves with guns. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ A recent story by the Philadelphia Inquirer tells us the tale of rising justifiable homicides in the city. As violent crime rises and more good people are gettingRead More →

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Travis Pike for TTAG Next Post Coming Soon…▶ As state and local authorities have waited for federal regulation, some have taken steps to regulate the sale of ghost guns.  In 2016, then-California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law that didn’t outlaw ghost gun kits but required anyone making a homemade firearm toRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶     By John Crump According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), the new proposed rule on unfinished frames and receivers was developed due to “numerous requests from licensees seeking clarity on how [Privately Manufactured Firearms] may be accepted and recorded.” But a Freedom ofRead More →

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Chinese knock-off GLOCK full auto switch (wish.com) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ “It used to be we’d have an incident where a round or two was fired, and that’s bad enough,” [ATF D.C. field office special agent in charge Charlie J.] Patterson said. “Now you’re having crime scenes where there areRead More →

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) Take also the extensive gun control provisions of the Violence Against Women Act. The bill would expand the list of disqualifying offenses that would prohibit convicted offenders from buying or possessing a firearm. Although all felonies and misdemeanor domesticRead More →

By Larry Keane A new report shows the number of concealed carry permit applications is rising, even despite some states limiting Second Amendment rights during recent pandemic shutdowns. The number of permit holders for concealed firearms is nearly 20 million, according to a Washington Examiner report. Since 1999, the number ofRead More →