It's not clear which guns she is talking about, and even Collins does not seem to know.
The problem is not sneaky entrepreneurs who sell accessories; it's legislators who ban guns based on functionally unimportant features.
The paper blames a "gun-buying spree" during the pandemic for the 2020 jump in murders.
It explains why laws requiring private property owners to allow guns on their land are an affront to property rights, and violate the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment.
Florida's Agriculture Commissioner Says the Ban on Gun Possession by Marijuana Users Is Unconstitutional
Nikki Fried, a Democrat, is suing the Biden administration, arguing that the policy violates the Second Amendment and a congressional spending rider.
Minnesota's Attorney General Says the Cop Who Killed Amir Locke Was Defending Himself. So Was Locke.
That perplexing situation underlines the hazards of police tactics that aim to prevent violence but often have the opposite effect.
Maybe it shows that the existing restrictions are not working as advertised.
D.A.'s Office Letter That Opposed Parole for Man Now Arrested in Connection with Sacramento Killings of Six
The letter is dated April 29, 2021, when Martin was three years into a 10-year sentence for a brutal assault on his girlfriend; he was released in February.
My Duke Center for Firearms Law piece on why laws forcing private property owners to allow guns on their premises violate property rights and often qualify as takings requiring compensation under the Fifth Amendment.
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The argument for loosening restrictions on armed self-defense goes beyond the measurable impact on public safety.
apply to a judge's home when the judge is participating in judicial proceedings remotely?
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Lawful gun owners should not be forced to jump through hoops just to exercise basic constitutional rights
The applicant had a 5-year-old drunk driving arrest (which led to a conviction on a reduced charge) and a 12-year-old conviction of drinking alcohol by a passenger.
Although a Texas Supreme Court ruling ended the main challenge to the law, other cases could ultimately block its enforcement.
Ukrainians have taken to the streets with arms to defend their country and their freedom.
Biden offered a mix of mostly pointless or arguably unconstitutional "solutions" to the misuse of guns by criminals.
Biden Administration Files Dubious Lawsuit Challenging Missouri's Gun Sanctuary Law [Updated with a Note on State Courts]
The suit deserves to fail for much the same reasons as Trump-era attacks on immigration sanctuaries.
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Larry Krasner also questions the effectiveness of "supply-side" measures aimed at reducing criminals' access to firearms.
Banning "no-knock" search warrants is not enough to prevent lethal confrontations between cops and people exercising the right to armed self-defense.
Gun-Maker Remington Settles with Sandy Hook Families Over Alleged Liability for Misuse of Weapon They Made
A settlement means no official legal precedent is set, but holding gun sellers responsible for crimes of gun users could harm Americans' ability to enjoy their Second Amendment rights.
Already abused for political purposes, the power of government shouldn’t be expanded based on lies.
The 22-year-old man was shot by a Minneapolis police officer during the execution of a no-knock warrant on which he was not named.
Despite a binary media narrative, the vast majority of the U.S. is in favor of quality, accountable policing.
Politicians deputize the private sector to restrict rights protected from the government.
If you want to own a machine gun, it's probably not going to happen anytime soon—even if you make a decent living and have never committed a crime.
After more than a decade of subversion, the Supreme Court has a chance to rectify this situation.
Judge Lawrence VanDyke included a satirical opinion that his colleagues can use when they decide otherwise.
The ATF is expected to adopt a new rule requiring that the metal parts hobbyists used to manufacture their DIY weapons be registered as legal firearms. So Cody Wilson made those parts unnecessary.