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ATF “Guidance” on Pistol Stabilizing Braces

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, sometimes called the “BATFE” or the “ATF,” recently announced proposed rule making to change their position with respect to the treatment of pistol braces. At issue are the stabilizing braces designed and


Concerns for a Motorist During a Riot

What legal repercussions would result if an innocent motorist, seeing rioters harming others pulled from cars or threatened directly by a violent attempt to break into the car they are in, drives deliberately through the crowd with flashers and horn active but hits and injures a person while attempting to drive to safety?


Pennsylvania Federal Court Judge Says Lockdown Orders Unconstitutional

Abraham Lincoln once said, “Our safety, our liberty, depends upon preserving the Constitution of the United States as our fathers made it inviolate. The people of the United States are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”


Wearing a Mask While Carrying a Firearm

There is no federal law or Indiana law that prohibits carrying a firearm with a mask. Other states may have prohibitions on carrying a firearm while wearing a mask, but Indiana does not have such a law. In fact, on


Self-Defense During Civil Unrest

If facing home intruders and arsonists moving through neighborhoods, are residents of your state required to wait until the home has been entered or a fire started on it to stop the attackers?   How do your state’s laws differ


Supreme Court Denies Review of 2nd Amendment Cases

  The Supreme Court recently denied a slew of gun-rights challenges focused on everything from state “assault weapons” bans to safety requirements and permit issues, sparking a blistering dissent from Justice Clarence Thomas who accused his fellow justices of “looking