It is an open question whether, as everyone sees Ukrainian citizens picking up rifles to defend their lives and liberty from Russian troops, more Europeans will come to the conclusion that this is a right every law-abiding person needs.
Having among the strictest gun-control laws in Europe, Germans have no constitutional right to bear arms.
Voters this May will cast ballots to reject tighter firearm restrictions.
NRA-ILA supports the Swiss effort to maintain their constitutional sovereignty.
The Czech interior minister introduces a plan to fight terrorism: protecting citizens’ right to bear arms for self-defense.
European gun owners and even government officials are questioning the European Union’s new gun-control proposals.
The European Commission’s new gun-control package will hurt good guys, not terrorists.