Chicago One Year Later: Handguns Still Difficult to Own

Last year, the City of Chicago lost a lawsuit that was supposed to make it easier for citizens to own handguns. But since the U.S. Supreme Court struck that down in McDonald v. City of Chicago, handgun ownership has increased modestly.

Gun Case Defying Feds Heads to Appeals Court

A Montana lawsuit that could undercut the authority of the federal government on issues including guns, marijuana, REAL ID, health care, the national guard, taxes and even law enforcement is poised to move to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

SAF Sues Chicago Over Gun Range Prohibition

The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) today filed a lawsuit in federal court against the City of Chicago’s new gun ordinance, asserting that “by banning gun ranges open to the public…under color of law,” the city is depriving citizens of their right to keep and bear arms in violation of the Second Amendment to the...


U.S. Senate Confirms Anti-gun Radical to the Supreme Court

After reviewing Ms. Kagan's record and testimony at her confirmation hearing, the GUN OWNERS OF AMERICA concluded that, 'The available evidence portrays her as a forceful advocate of restrictive gun laws and driven by political considerations rather than rule of law.'" -- Sen. John Thune (R-SD), August 5, 2010

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Case Against Gun Maker

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed Beretta U.S.A. and the firearms industry another victory by rejecting the Brady Center's appeal of Adames v. Beretta U.S.A. Corporation challenging the constitutionality of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA).