Author Archives: David Codrea

David Codrea

About David Codrea

David Codrea is a long-time gun rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He is a field editor for GUNS Magazine, and a blogger at The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance. Email him at dcodreaAThotmailDOTcom.

ATF Corruption: A Journalist’s Guide to ‘Project Gunwalker’

ATF management was allowing potentially hundreds of semiautomatic firearms to be walked across the Mexican border in order to pad statistics used to further budget and power objectives. A gun used in this operation was involved in a December 2010 incident in which a Border Patrol agent was killed.

Was Election a Victory for Gun Owners?

Republicans have taken the House. While Democrats retained the Senate, the balance of power is too close for them to steamroll anything through. But is gun control still a threat?

Chicago Gun Case Brief Shows Brady Campaign Unreasonable

The Brady Center has filed its friend of the court brief in the case of OTIS MCDONALD, et al., Petitioners, v. CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, et al., Respondents. They say their brief is in support of neither party, but what are they really saying?

What Do Tuesday’s Elections Mean for Gun Owners?

Depending on who's doing the talking, we're supposed to look at yesterday's elections as either a troubling turn for president Obama, or irrelevant as far as being a referendum on Obama. Unless, of course, a conservative loses. Then it's a blow to the right.

Can ATF be Reformed?

Simply put, it's an organization I can find no Constitutional justification for.

GAO Report on Arms Trafficking Agenda-Driven

The GAO gun trafficking report admits its findings are incomplete, but they intend to draw conclusions anyway. Why? So they can gin up the hysteria to enact complete registration and end private sales of firearms.