Registration Now Open for Upcoming NRA and CRPA Webinars Regarding California “Assault Weapon” Laws

Registration Now Open for Upcoming NRA and CRPA Webinars Regarding California “Assault Weapon” Laws On Tuesday, December 19, and on Thursday, December 21, NRA and CRPA will be host a two-part webinar regarding California’s recently enacted “assault weapon” restrictions. Specifically, the webinars will address options other than registration which are available to California gun owners … Continued

San Carlos To Consider Extending Moratorium On Firearm Dealers

On Monday, November 27, the San Carlos City Council will consider extending a moratorium on new firearm dealers for the City. As we reported earlier, the moratorium is a result of several anti-gun residents opposing a new Turner’s Outdoorsman that was scheduled to open this month. The City Council voted to enact a temporary 45-day … Continued

San Jose Moves to Impose Flawed Locked-Storage Mandate

On Tuesday, October 17, the San Jose City Council voted to adopt an anti-gun ordinance that, if finalized, will require gun owners to store their firearms in certain designated “locked containers” or keep them disabled with a trigger lock whenever they leave home, but would not allow gun owners to store their firearms in most gun safes. … Continued

San Jose City Council to Consider Mandatory Locked Storage Ordinance

San Jose City Council to Consider Mandatory Locked Storage Ordinance On Tuesday, October 17, the San Jose City Council will be discussing a proposed firearms ordinance that will require any person who possesses a firearm in their residence to store the firearm in a locked container or disabled with a trigger lock when leaving their … Continued

D.C. CIRCUIT COURT DENIES WASHINGTON D.C.’S REQUEST TO RECONSIDER WIN IN NRA / CRPA SUPPORTED RIGHT TO CARRY CASE

On Thursday, September 28, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals officially denied Washington D.C.’s request to rehear the cases of Grace v. District of Columbia and Wrenn v. District of Columbia. These cases challenge Washington D.C.’s restrictive “good reason” requirement (i.e., a special need beyond self-defense) for the issuance of a CCW on the grounds … Continued

D.C. CIRCUIT DENIES WASHINGTON D.C.’S REQUEST TO REHEAR NRA SUPPORTED CARRY CASE

On Thursday, September 28, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals officially denied Washington D.C.’s request to rehear the case of Grace v. District of Columbia, which challenges Washington D.C.’s restrictive “good reason” requirement (i.e., a special need beyond self-defense) for the issuance of a CCW on the grounds that it violates the Second Amendment to … Continued