Soon after a U.S. District Judge stopped enforcement of California’s ammunition background check system, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay.
Marlin is 150 years old—can you believe it, a century and a half of making its classic guns?—and they’ve come out with two rifles to commemorate an anniversary few companies have ever achieved.
As the Democratic Party’s primaries play out and we move toward a presidential election in November, it’s worth considering the many successes President Donald J. Trump and the U.S. Senate, under Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), have had nominating and appointing judges who know it’s their job to interpret the U.S. Constitution and the law, not to behave as legislators with lifetime appointments.
If Watts were honest about race and guns in America, she’d be asking who is working to empower individuals, and who is looking to disempower them?
I grew up in a no-gun household. I’m not sure that was intentional—we just never had them. Sure, I shot .22 rifles at summer camp and loved that, but at home, my “firearm arsenal” consisted of a Daisy Red Ryder. That was the status quo into my adult years. I never had any thought of owning guns.
In early October, economist John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center released “Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States: 2019,” his annual report on the number of concealed-carry permit holders in the United States.
Having a Gun for Self-Defense Can Make the Difference when Every Second Counts during a Violent Crime
Only for 28% of all violent crimes were police able to respond to victims within 5 minutes.