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Breitbart: Gun Store Lay-Offs Follow Implementation of Seattle Gun and Bullet Tax

Using unreasonable taxes to infringe on civil rights is not a new concept. Can you say “Poll Tax”? Breitbart News previously reported that the violence tax places a five-cent tax...

Winning CALL-FFL lawsuit cited in major court decision striking down de-facto gun ban

Earlier this year, we told you about our major Second Amendment victory at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Teixeira v. County of Alameda, where the three-judge panel held...

Forbes: President Obama’s Final Shot At Gun Control

The gun regulation debate reaches fever pitch when another mass shooting happens. But if we’re really going to tackle America’s gun problem, then stopping mass shootings should be bottom of...

NBC Bay Area: Gun Stores in Northern California Getting Hit Harder by Thieves

The number of guns stolen from gun shops in California nearly doubled between 2013 and 2015. Last year, more than 400 guns were reported stolen from California gun stores, according...

Computer World: German arms maker Armatix to release second smart gun in U.S.

German firearms manufacturer Armatix LLC is planning to release its second smart gun in the U.S. next year after sales of its first model — the .22 caliber iP1 —...

Newsweek: HOW A FEDERAL LAW PROTECTING GUN COMPANIES COULD FAIL

This case could be the camel's nose under the tent. via Newsweek:

SacBee: New California law restricting ammunition sales sparks buying frenzy

Anti-gun activists claim that record sales are proof that gun control is not keeping people from exercising their right to keep and bear arms. In actuality, people are starting to...

CT Post: Judge Tosses Sandy Hook Gun Manufacturer Lawsuit

It’s encouraging to see justice prevail. via CT Post:

KCRA: Gun sales in Sacramento Co. increase 406% from 2001 to 2015

Data recently released by the California Department of Justice shows that at the same time gun sales have gone up, crime has gone down. via KCRA:

Guns.com: Social media boosts business for gear makers

If you're not engaging your customers via social media, you're missing out Via Guns.com: