While I have blogged on the topic extensively, several individuals have requested that I write an article including all the pertinent information in one article, as many residents of Pennsylvania are unaware of their right to carry a firearm while voting, unless their polling location is located at a place which is prohibited under state … Continue reading Election Time – Carrying a Firearm While Voting – It’s Political Speech and It’s Lawful!
Since the Law Vegas shooting and what some contend has been a takeover by Department of Justice (which in some contexts appears to be accurate), ATF has begun internally reversing prior determinations and making up new interpretations of law, in the absence of informing the Firearms Industry or the public of these reversals and/or new … Continue reading ATF Unhinged: Prosecutions Made Up Out of Whole Cloth – You Might Be Next…
I am proud to announce that today, Judge Linda Carpenter signed a Final Order approving the settlement that was reached with the City of Philadelphia in the matter of A.R., et al., v. City of Philadelphia, et al, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas docket no. 151201740, stemming from the City’s disclosure of confidential license to … Continue reading $500k Settlement APPROVED Against Philadelphia Regarding Disclosure of Confidential License to Carry Firearms Information Through Postcards
Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed HB 2060 (Prime Sponsor Marguerite Quinn, Republican Bucks), after declining to amend it to address the plethora of constitutional and statutory issues with it, while certain Senate and House Members misled other Members of the General Assembly and the public regarding it. Although all Members of the General Assembly were … Continue reading The Truth About HB 2060 That YOUR Representatives Don’t Want You To Know
Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince and attorney Adam Kraut secured a major victory for Second Amendment jurisprudence in Holloway v. Sessions, et al., 1:17-CV-00081, where Chief Judge Christopher Connor of the Middle District of Pennsylvania ruled in a 21 page memorandum that it was unconstitutional as-applied to Mr. Holloway to preclude him in perpetuity from … Continue reading MONUMENTAL DECISION – Federal Court Rules It’s Unconstitutional to Strip Second Amendment Rights as a Result of a Second DUI
On Saturday, November 10, 2018, from 10am – 2pm, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, Attorney Eric Winter, and Attorney Adam Kraut of Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., in conjunction with Trop Gun Shop, will offer a four (4) hour seminar on state and federal firearms law at their … Continue reading Firearms Law Seminar – November 10, 2018 at Trop Gun Shop
Guest Author Kim Stolfer of Firearm Owners Against Crime The gun control insanity that has gripped much of our nation has finally raised its’ ugly head here in PA. Next week (9/24-9/25) the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, spurred on by Speaker of the House Rep. Turzai, is slated to consider two bills that were tabled … Continue reading EXTREMELY CRITICAL ALERT: Gun Control Tidal Wave About to Wreak Havoc on Pennsylvania Gun Owners
If you are federally prohibited, pursuant to criteria in 18 U.S.C. § 922(g), as a result of a non-violent misdemeanor or an involuntary mental health commitment and desire to restore your Second Amendment rights, you may be able to file a Second Amendment as-applied challenge in the federal district court. While these types of challenges … Continue reading Are You Federally Prohibited From Possessing Firearms And Want To Challenge It or Otherwise Restore Your Rights?
Special Guest Author - Rick Vasquez of Rick Vasquez Firearms LLC and former ATF Acting Chief of the Firearms Technology Branch If you had zero knowledge of firearms as many talking heads on the media display, you might believe there is a new phenomenon called 3D printing of guns. Additionally, you may believe polymer firearms … Continue reading Undetectable Firearms and 3D Printing
Earlier today, I blogged about the numerous news reports that an injunction had been sought against Defense Distributed, et al. and that Defense Distributed, et al. agreed to make “its sites unaccessible to Pennsylvania users,” however, at that time, there was no docket for the case. As a docket has now been generated with the … Continue reading Court Filings In Pennsylvania v. Defense Distributed – An Interesting Look Behind The Scenes…