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California School Districted Allows CCW on Campus

California School Districted Allows CCW on Campus

Kingsburg Joint High School District, located in Kingsburg, Fresno County, California approved a new policy allowing select teachers to carry CCW on campus.  The school board unanimously approved the measure on Monday. The new policy does not give faculty and staff blanket position to carry. Rather, it permits up to five employees of the school…

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Mass Shooting in San Bernardino; Multiple Causalities Reported

Mass Shooting in San Bernardino; Multiple Causalities Reported

At approximately 2:00PM local time, San Bernardino California emergency responders reported a mass shooting incident. At this time, reports indicate that upwards of 14 people are dead and up to 20 more may be injured. Details are scarce and difficult to confirm. For the moment, here's what we are hearing most often. Eyewitnesses and law enforcement confirm up to…

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UC Merced Hero Changes Position on Concealed Weapons, Says He Wishes He'd Had One

UC Merced Hero Changes Position on Concealed Weapons, Says He Wishes He’d Had One

Byron Price is a family man, a father of four, and a contractor. He was working at the University of California Merced on November 4th when 18-year-old student Faisal Mohammad, of Santa Clara, began his attempted murder spree. Seeing a commotion, Price approached the scene anticipating a student fight. Instead, he found himself confronted with the knife wielding…

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New California Law Bans Concealed Carry on Campus

New California Law Bans Concealed Carry on Campus

On October 17th, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that expanded California's existing ban on campus concealed carry.  The new law is among the most stringent in the nation. Senate Bill 707 was authored by Se. Lois Wolk (D-Davis), strengthened the existing restrictions on campus carry by banning concealed weapons on school, college, and university…

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Charles Nichols Brings Unloaded Open Rifle Carry to Redondo Beach, CA

Charles Nichols Brings Unloaded Open Rifle Carry to Redondo Beach, CA

The California State Assembly recently passed a law banning open carry of unloaded handguns.  Now some activists are bringing unloaded rifles out in protest.  His stance: "Since California has made it illegal to carry a handgun, I have to carry a shotgun. People should be allowed to defend themselves in public." Charles Nichols brought his unloaded 12-gauge Harrington…

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SAF, Calguns Foundation Sue California Over Firearms Statute

SAF, Calguns Foundation Sue California Over Firearms Statute

The Second Amendment Foundation has joined the Calguns Foundation and three California citizens in a federal lawsuit against the California Department of Justice and Attorney General Kamala Harris, challenging the state's requirement that gun owners wait at least ten days before taking possession of an additional firearm. The case is known as Jeff Silvester et.al. v…

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California Governor Has Four Anti-Gun Bills to Consider and Time is Running out to Request His Veto

California Governor Has Four Anti-Gun Bills to Consider and Time is Running out to Request His Veto

Governor Brown MUST Hear from Gun Owners and Sportsmen TODAY! Four anti-guns bills that are detrimental to California’s law-abiding gun owners have been presented to Governor Jerry Brown for his consideration.  Governor Brown has just over a week to decide whether to sign or veto these bills. The NRA has requested Governor Brown veto these bills (veto request…

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Calguns Foundation Sues Merced County, Sheriff Mark Pazin Over Unlawful Carry Application Policies

Calguns Foundation Sues Merced County, Sheriff Mark Pazin Over Unlawful Carry Application Policies

As part of its ongoing Carry License Compliance and Sunshine Initiative, the Calguns Foundation has filed a lawsuit in Merced County Superior Court challenging Merced County and its Sheriff’s firearm carry licensing policy for violating state law. Joining CGF are three individual plaintiffs who have been harmed by these policies, Michelle and Seth Rossow and…

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