Gun Owners in Idaho to Appeal to Idaho Supreme Court Over Sandpoint Case

Published by Greg Pruett on August 09, 2021

In June, Judge Lansing Hayes told the city of Sandpoint and The Festival at Sandpoint that firearms could be banned in a public park because the city “leased” the property to The Festival. The judge completely ignored the arguments made by the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance and the Second Amendment Foundation, who filed the lawsuit … Continue reading “Gun Owners in Idaho to Appeal to Idaho Supreme Court Over Sandpoint Case”

Bill Banning Common Firearms in Washington Filed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson

Published by Greg Pruett on January 24, 2021

The Attorney General in any state is rarely someone you hear from or about. That is not the case in the state of Washington. Attorney General Bob Ferguson seems to be in the news frequently. Usually, and especially during the legislative session, Ferguson can be found attacking gun owners through his absurd proposals. In 2021, … Continue reading “Bill Banning Common Firearms in Washington Filed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson”

Bill in Washington Would Ban Open Carry at Capitol, Public Demonstrations

Published by Northwest Gun News on January 19, 2021

While gun owners in many red states will have their focus on what is happening in Congress over the next few years, gun owners in blue states will be focused on stopping gun control in their own states once again. No states know that better in the Northwest than gun owners living in Oregon and … Continue reading “Bill in Washington Would Ban Open Carry at Capitol, Public Demonstrations”

2nd Amendment in Jeopardy as Democrats Take the Senate and the White House

Published by Northwest Gun News on January 07, 2021

Americans watched anxiously this week as the results of the 2021 Georgia U.S. Senate runoff elections. David Perdue (Republican) was taking on John Ossoff (Democrat). Kelly Loeffler (Republican) was taking on Raphael Warnock (Democrat). Republicans lost both Senate seats in two very close races handing gun control advocates a major victory and placing the 2nd … Continue reading “2nd Amendment in Jeopardy as Democrats Take the Senate and the White House”

Utah Legislator Files Constitutional Carry Bill

Published by Greg Pruett on January 04, 2021

Utah is one of the few “red” states where Constitutional Carry is still not law. This is surprising to many gun owners given the state’s political makeup. However, the fact that it hasn’t passed doesn’t mean legislators haven’t tried to do it in the past. Unfortunately, former Utah Governor Gary Herbert blocked Constitutional Carry a … Continue reading “Utah Legislator Files Constitutional Carry Bill”

Famous “Slug Doctor” Goes Anti-2nd Amendment

Published by Northwest Gun News on January 03, 2021

There can be no compromise when it comes to the 2nd Amendment. Sadly, there are members of the gun community who don’t seem to understand this concept. They are typically referred to as “Fudds.” This term is designated for gun owners who are for some government infringements such as bans on magazine capacity or bans … Continue reading “Famous “Slug Doctor” Goes Anti-2nd Amendment”

Shootings in Portland Skyrocket in 2020

Published by Northwest Gun News on December 29, 2020

Doesn’t the left claim that if you just implement gun control then everything will be peachy? Gun grabbers continually claim that their “common sense solutions” will lead to more peace in our cities. They claim that gun control is the answer to stopping criminals. Despite those exact claims in Oregon, the shootings in Portland have … Continue reading “Shootings in Portland Skyrocket in 2020”

When Do Legislative Sessions Begin in the Northwest?

Published by Northwest Gun News on December 26, 2020

Now that Christmas is over, it’s time for gun owners to prepare for the 2021 legislative sessions. Some states are going to continue their sessions as normal, others plan on delaying, and others will begin on their scheduled date but will go virtual. What are the dates and plans for the legislative sessions for Washington, … Continue reading “When Do Legislative Sessions Begin in the Northwest?”