NEWS & REVIEWS
July 2021 – A Big Month for Pro-Firearms Legislation
July 1st was a bright, beautiful day for gun owners and shooting sports enthusiasts across the country. Numerous pro-gun legislative initiatives went into effect, expanding the rights and privileges of law-abiding citizens seeking to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights, and to participate in their favorite shooting sports.
Concealed Carry in the District of Columbia Part Two: Your Permit to Carry Nowhere
Last week I wrote about the excessive requirements involved when applying for a CCL in the District of Columbia, including a 16-hour class and a pass or fail shooting qualification. Not only are the requirements for applying incredibly strenuous, but I’m now finding that even once you’ve cleared those hurdles and received your permit, you’re not any more empowered to defend yourself than you were before.
Concealed Carry in the District of Columbia Part One: Excessive Application Requirements
The good news: I’m in the process of getting certified to teach the District of Columbia’s concealed carry license class. The bad news: While the teaching certification process has been more than tedious, it’s not half as frustrating as the process applicants must go through to obtain a CCL in D.C.
Are Assault Rifles ‘Modern Sporting Rifles?’ Absolutely.
Federal Judge Roger Benitez’s overturning of California’s 32-year assault weapons ban has brought the debate to the media limelight all over again, giving both sides of the argument new occasion to aggravate each other.
Let’s quickly discuss a small sub argument being had in the background of this larger debate.