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on July 14, 2021 in Gun Page World News

Court Rules Handgun Ban For Adults Under 21 Unconstitutional

By Cristina Laila A three-judge panel for the US appeals court for the Fourth Circuit on Tuesday ruled that the federal handgun ban against adults under 21 is unconstitutional. The Majority Opinion by Judge Julius Richardson, a Trump appointee, referred to our Founding Fathers for guidance on the meaning of an “armed militia.” “We first find that 18-year-olds possess Second Amendment rights,” Judge Julius Richardson wrote. “They enjoy almost every other constitutional right, and they were required at the time of the Founding to serve in the militia and furnish their own weapons.” “Our nation’s most cherished constitutional rights...

By Cristina Laila A three-judge panel for the US appeals court for the Fourth Circuit on Tuesday ruled that the federal handgun ban against adults under 21 is unconstitutional. The Majority Opinion by Judge Julius Richardson, a Trump appointee,...

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on July 8, 2021 in Gun Page World News

NRA Appeals Florida Judge’s Ruling That Blocks Gun Sales To Anyone Under 21

By Gabe Kaminsky The National Rifle Association (NRA) filed an appeal in federal court Wednesday on the heels of a June 24 ruling that upheld a Florida law banning individuals under the age of 21 from being able to buy guns. Florida’s law originally passed in 2018 after Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting that left 17 dead. It was approved by former GOP Gov. Rick Scott. The NRA sued upon its passage in Tallahassee, Florida, and Washington D.C. — claiming it violates the “fundamental rights” of adults to exercise their Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights. The...

By Gabe Kaminsky The National Rifle Association (NRA) filed an appeal in federal court Wednesday on the heels of a June 24 ruling that upheld a Florida law banning individuals under the age of 21 from being able to...

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on June 17, 2021 in Gun Page World News

Texas Governor Signs Constitutional Carry Into Law

Following a recent trend of second amendment momentum around the nation, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed permitless carry into law. Texans will be able to carry handguns concealed or openly without a license starting September 1st. House Bill 1927 allows Texans to carry a handgun without a permit provided they are not a prohibited possessor of firearms by federal or state law. Information on the signing of the bill can be found at the Texas Legislature website. Abbot’s office plans to hold a celebratory signing of the bill on Thursday, June 17th at 11:00am. The new law is welcome news...

Following a recent trend of second amendment momentum around the nation, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed permitless carry into law. Texans will be able to carry handguns concealed or openly without a license starting September 1st. House Bill 1927...

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on June 3, 2021 in Gun Page World News

L.A. County Sheriff: Homicides Up 95% over 2020; Will Issue More Conceal Carry Permits

by Joel B. Pollak Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva revealed Wednesday that homicides were up 95% this year over the same period in 2020, and said his department would issue more concealed carry permits to let citizens to defend themselves. In an Instagram Live post, Villanueva revealed the grim numbers, as the region joined America’s ongoing crime wave:   full story and video at https://www.breitbart.com/crime/2021/06/03/l-a-county-sheriff-homicides-up-95-over-2020-will-issue-more-conceal-carry-permits/

by Joel B. Pollak Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva revealed Wednesday that homicides were up 95% this year over the same period in 2020, and said his department would issue more concealed carry permits to let citizens to...

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on May 18, 2021 in Gun Page World News

This 9-0 SCOTUS Ruling on Guns Shows Just How Extreme (and Dangerous) the Biden Administration Really Is

By Bryan Preston Did you hear that Joe Biden’s Department of Justice wanted the Supreme Court to rule that police could search Americans’ homes for firearms — and confiscate them — without a warrant? In the case of Caniglia vs. Strom, this issue was in play. Had SCOTUS ruled that police could do that, your Second Amendment rights would have been in grave jeopardy. In March, Biden’s DoJ filed a brief with the Supreme Court in this case. It said: In its first amicus brief before the Supreme Court, the Department of Justice argued the actions taken by law enforcement...

By Bryan Preston Did you hear that Joe Biden’s Department of Justice wanted the Supreme Court to rule that police could search Americans’ homes for firearms — and confiscate them — without a warrant? In the case of Caniglia...

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on May 14, 2021 in Gun Page World News

MO Senate Passes Bill Prohibiting Police Enforcement of Gun Control

by AWR Hawkins The Missouri Senate passed legislation Thursday night designed to prohibit police from enforcing numerous federal gun controls in the state. On January 24, 2021, Breitbart News noted State Sen. Eric Burlison (R-Battlefield) was pushing the “Second Amendment Preservation Act” to nullify new Biden gun controls within state lines. On May 13, 2021, the Senate passed Burlison’s act 22 to 10. The Kansas City Star reports the vote was along party lines, garnering Republican support and Democrat opposition. The push to nullify federal gun controls has been introduced in the Missouri legislation “and gone nowhere for at least the...

by AWR Hawkins The Missouri Senate passed legislation Thursday night designed to prohibit police from enforcing numerous federal gun controls in the state. On January 24, 2021, Breitbart News noted State Sen. Eric Burlison (R-Battlefield) was pushing the “Second Amendment...

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on May 6, 2021 in Featured Gun Page World News

Leo Prinsloo ID’ed As Heroic South African CIT Driver Who Escaped Armed Robbers, New Footage Released

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Leo Prinsloo, a former member of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Task Force, has been identified as the cash-in-transit driver seen on viral video narrowly escaping an army of road pirates. From The South African: PRINSLOO FOLLOWED HIS INSTINCTS “When we train people we usually tell people to pre-visualise what [they’re] going to do,” said Prinsloo. “It’s a mindset and that’s pretty much what happened.” Prinsloo added that he pre-visualised what he was going to do and followed his instincts to the best of his ability. Fortunately, it worked out for him on the day,...

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Leo Prinsloo, a former member of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Task Force, has been identified as the cash-in-transit driver seen on viral video narrowly escaping an army of road pirates. From The South African:...

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on May 3, 2021 in Featured Gun Page World News

News Release

May 2, 2021   The RCMP’s Secret Long-Gun Registry   In 2021, Edward Burlew LL.B., expert firearms lawyer and legal counsel for the Canadian Shooting Sports Association, received hard written evidence from Crown prosecutors that the RCMP still maintains and uses a secret copy of the Long-Gun Registry.   Brian Lilley writes about it in the Toronto Sun:   https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/lilley-evidence-shows-mounties-kept-a-copy-of-the-gun-registry   The revelation comes eight years after RCMP Deputy Commissioner Peter Henschel testified to Parliament all Long-Gun Registry data was deleted in 2012.   “Consistent with the government-approved implementation plan,” Henschel told Parliament on June 4, 2015, “the RCMP...

May 2, 2021   The RCMP’s Secret Long-Gun Registry   In 2021, Edward Burlew LL.B., expert firearms lawyer and legal counsel for the Canadian Shooting Sports Association, received hard written evidence from Crown prosecutors that the RCMP still maintains...

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on May 2, 2021 in Gun Page World News

Constitutional Carry Bill Clears Lousiana State Senate

The Louisiana state senate just approved a bill that will make Constitutional Carry the law of the land. Louisianans 21 and older will no longer need to obtain a permit in order to exercise their second amendment right to concealed carry a firearm. The bill passed on a veto-proof 27 to 11 vote. “It is about freedom, freedom to do what you want to in this world and to be able to protect your family and your property without having to ask the government for permission,” said bill author and West Monroe Senator Jay Morris. Morris clarified that felons...

The Louisiana state senate just approved a bill that will make Constitutional Carry the law of the land. Louisianans 21 and older will no longer need to obtain a permit in order to exercise their second amendment right to...

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on May 2, 2021 in Gun Page World News

Alabama Advances Constitutional Carry, Sanctuary State Bills

Two bills to loosen permit requirements and banning enforcement of federal gun laws from the was approved by the Alabama House last Tuesday. One of the measures, HB405, otherwise referred to as “constitutional carry,” was also criticized for potentially undoing parts of bill – HB308 –which allows people to purchase lifetime permits to carry concealed handguns. The other bill, SB358, also called the Alabama Second Amendment Preservation Act, creates civil penalties against local law enforcement officials should they enforce federal gun laws in the state. Rhonda Pendleton, a volunteer with the Alabama chapter of Moms Demand Action,  said “between...

Two bills to loosen permit requirements and banning enforcement of federal gun laws from the was approved by the Alabama House last Tuesday. One of the measures, HB405, otherwise referred to as “constitutional carry,” was also criticized for potentially...

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