Colorado already has a law in place, often dubbed the “make my day” law which allows homeowners to defend their homes with deadly force when they reasonably believe the intruder may use physical force against an occupant of the home no matter how slight. Now a bill has been introduced to extend the same rights […]
UPDATE: The below post was published on our blog in Jan 2012. Since then the law has changed as it relates to the private sale or transfer of firearms in Colorado. Please learn more about the new law by clicking here. A recent news story has made me think a little about private sales of […]
We are pleased to announce a new resource available on our website to our friends and students. After a few students made the suggestion we decided to set out to create an online directory of all Colorado gun ranges. We don’t pretend to think that our current list is complete or even fully accurate but […]
It’s not long ago that I jumped from the land of Microsoft and into the world of Macs. My desktop here at work is now a Mac and my BlackBerry has turned into an iPhone. Like most of those who’ve made a similar journey, I soon found myself researching and downloading the latest apps. […]
Gun enthusiasts are rallying opposition to a string of new federal proposals that could close off hundreds of thousands of acres in the open West to target shooting. The proposals from the Bureau of Land Management potentially would outlaw target shooting in swaths of public land in Arizona and Colorado as part of a broader […]
“I am pleased that this agreement between Ohio and New Mexico will allow Ohioans who have concealed carry permits the same rights to carry a concealed handgun in the State of New Mexico, as well as New Mexicans who have concealed carry permits to do the same in Ohio” said Attorney General DeWine.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, based in Missouri, rejected an appeal brought by Joaquin Bravo Flores, who was charged with possessing a firearm. Agreeing with the 5th Circuit, the court concluded that the protections of the Second Amendment do not extend to undocumented immigrants.
USA Today reports on the general loosening of Firearm regulation at the state level across the country. Here is a teaser:
there is one recurring topic that most students really want to discuss with me… What Gun To Buy. I try to avoid this topic of conversation for several reasons. First off, there are far to many opinions among gun enthusiasts to make this a safe topic of discussion. Gun people are extremely passionate and
Guns on campus are a sensitive issue in Virginia after the 2008 Virginia Tech incident. Now a private Christian University has removed a ban that previously banned all firearms from campus property. The new policy allows visitors, students, faculty, and staff with valid concealed weapons permits to store weapons in locked cars. Students can also […]