As Texas & U.S. Law Shield have previously reported, advocates of hearing protection want to pursue new legislation to make suppressors easier to buy, and a key backer is Donald Trump, Jr.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation released the following press release in response to the California Appellate Court reversing the original dismissal of the NSSF and SAAMI challenge to California’s Microstamping law.
It happened. For the first time in eight years, gun owners can breathe easy that the President doesn’t have an anti-gun agenda. With both houses of Congress held by a firearm friendly majority and a Supreme Court nomination on the way, things are looking up for the firearm world. But what does all this mean […]
A recent Gallop Poll released last week revealed the lowest support for an Assault Weapons Ban in the past 20 years. 36% of Americans support a ban on the manufacture, sale, and possession of modern sporting rifles, down from 44% in 2012 and 57% in 1996. Despite the views of most Americans changing, one politician […]
Earlier this year, a State Department issued new guidance regarding firearm manufacturing and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) that lumped common commercial and hobbyist gunsmiths in with large firearm manufacturers. The result of this new regulation would be that all gunsmiths that use specialized tools or do any fitting on a replacement part for […]
The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) recently launched a new $3 million TV ad buy making the case that Hillary Clinton is an out of touch, hypocritical politician who would leave the American people defenseless.
By Gordon Cooper, Independent Program Attorney for Texas Law Shield Recently, a Texas Law Shield member was arrested for the possession of body armor. Ultimately, the member was released from custody and no charges were filed. However, the episode generated a lot of questions, in particular: Am I legally allowed to have body armor?
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, announced that Smith & Wesson has joined NSSF’s #GUNVOTE Chairman’s Club with a $500,000 contribution to the association’s critical voter registration and education campaign. This is the largest contribution the #GUNVOTE campaign has received to date.
After the Senate didn’t pass four gun-control bills a few days ago (click here to see that article), Democrats in the House of Representatives performed a sit-in to try to force a vote on gun-control measures.
Monday night, the Senate voted on four separate gun control bills. Two were introduced by Democratic Senators and the other two by Republican Senators; all four bill failed to pass.