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Carry a Gun While Traveling: Navigating Federal Safe Passage and Challenges Across State Lines
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Carry a Gun While Traveling: Navigating Federal Safe Passage and Challenges Across State Lines

Traveling across the United States with a gun can be a challenging endeavor due to the varying gun laws in different states, counties, and cities. However, the federal safe passage provision, found within the Firearm Owner's Protection Act, aims to provide some level of protection to gun owners during their journeys. In this article, we will delve into the details of this provision, its key elements, and the challenges gun owners may face when navigating through gun-unfriendly states.

Legal Perils: Firearm Training Used Against Defendants in Self-Defense Cases

In recent years, a concerning trend has emerged within the legal system regarding firearm training and its potential impact on individuals facing legal charges in self-defense scenarios. This article delves into the various types of training that are making their way into courtrooms and explores whether individuals should reconsider their approach to training based on these evolving trends. The repercussions of this trend are far-reaching, affecting both law enforcement personnel and average civilians exercising their Second Amendment rights.

Can the ATF Just Show Up to Inspect Your Firearms? Debunking Misconceptions and Understanding Your Rights

In the world of gun ownership, there are often misconceptions and misunderstandings about the authority of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to inspect firearms. This article aims to address these misconceptions and provide clarity on the topic. While the ATF can show up and request to inspect firearms, the legal authority to do so is not as straightforward as many people believe.

Understanding Constructive Possession in ATF's Final Rule on Stabilizing Braces

The ATF's final rule on stabilizing braces has raised concerns and questions among gun owners regarding constructive possession. This article aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of constructive possession, its implications, and its relationship to the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the recent rule change on stabilizing braces.

The Fight Continues: Challenges After Constitutional Carry

Constitutional carry, also known as permitless carry, has gained momentum across numerous states in the United States, giving law-abiding citizens the right to carry firearms without a permit. While the passage of constitutional carry laws is seen as a victory for gun rights advocates, it is essential to recognize that the fight for Second Amendment rights is far from over. This article delves into the challenges that arise after constitutional carry becomes law and highlights three critical battles that gun owners and rights advocates must focus on: protecting self-defense rights, establishing statutory preemption, and eliminating gun-free zones.

ATF's Final Rule on Stabilizing Braces Faces Opposition from FPC, GOA, and GOF Lawsuits

The ATF's final rule on stabilizing braces has faced significant opposition from gun rights organizations, including Gun Owners of America (GOA), Gun Owners Foundation (GOF), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC). These organizations have filed lawsuits seeking injunctions to prevent the implementation of the rule. In a recent development, the Fifth Circuit issued an injunction against the rule, suggesting a high likelihood of the plaintiffs' success. However, the scope of the injunction has caused confusion, leaving many wondering who exactly is covered by the court's ruling.

ATF Final Rule on Braces Halted by New Injunction: Impact on Gun Owners

The ATF's final rule on stabilizing braces, which has sparked controversy and concern among gun owners, has faced another setback. Gun Owners of America (GOA) and Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) recently secured an injunction against the rule, providing temporary relief for their members and employees of the State of Texas. This development brings some clarity but also raises questions about the scope and implications of the injunction.

California Governor Proposes 28th Amendment to Override Second Amendment

California Governor Gavin Newsom has recently introduced a controversial proposal that aims to add a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The goal of this amendment is to override the Second Amendment and implement stricter gun control measures across the country. Newsom's proposal has sparked significant debate and raised concerns among gun rights advocates. However, the process of amending the Constitution is complex, making the likelihood of this proposal becoming law highly improbable.

Controversial Second Amendment Ruling Sparks Concerns

A recent ruling in the case of Hartford v Ferguson, challenging Washington State's assault weapon ban, has raised concerns among gun rights advocates and legal experts. The court's decision to deny the injunction and uphold the ban has sparked controversy due to the reasoning used. This article aims to delve into the details of the ruling, highlighting the key arguments and their potential implications for Second Amendment rights.

NRA Seeks to Expand Injunctions Against ATF's Pistol Brace Rule, Protecting Millions of Gun Owners

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has taken steps to expand the injunctions against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives' (ATF) pistol brace rule, aiming to protect millions of gun owners. In a motion to intervene filed in the SEF Garland case, the NRA seeks to join the lawsuit as a named plaintiff, representing its over 350,000 Texas members and more than 4 million members across the nation.

Decoding Washington's Assault Weapon Laws: A Flowchart Guide

In a recent episode of Washington Gun Law TV, President William Kirk emphasized the importance of staying informed about evolving gun laws and understanding their implications for gun owners. He introduced a valuable resource developed by Tom, an expert from Security Gun Club, in the form of a flowchart that aims to help gun owners determine whether their firearms are classified as assault weapons under Washington's new laws.