Westmoreland gun permits will be issued starting next week

According to Firearm Chronicles Westmoreland County Sheriff James Albert said his office will resume issuing permits to carry concealed guns next week. “We were getting a lot of blow back,” Albert said about his decision earlier this month to suspend the service as part of the county’s response to the coronavirus outbreak. The permitting program […]

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Chicago Crooks No Match For Chicago Armed Citizens

According to Firearm Chronicles While crime is down in Chicago at the moment, it hasn’t disappeared entirely. There are still bad actors on the streets, but thankfully there are also tens of thousands of concealed carry licensees in the city, and several of them have been forced to protect themselves in recent days. Fox 32 […]

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DHS Says Firearm Retailers, Manufacturers ARE “Essential Businesses”

According to Firearm Chronicles  USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Under the Trump Administration’s guidance, the Department of Homeland Security has declared firearms manufacturers and retailers “essential businesses,” possibly driving a spike through the heart of various state and local “emergency powers” declarations that had classified gun stores to be “non-essential” during the current Coronavirus panic, and had […]

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Rhode Island Gov Re-Opens Gun Ranges After Discussion With 2A Group

According to Firearm Chronicles Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is raising eyebrows and taking heat for her decision to have the state police “hunt down” and quarantine any New Yorkers who might try to flee the Big Apple and seek refuge in the smallest state in the Union, but the governor is also receiving some […]

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Oregon Ballot Initiatives May Be COVID-19 Causalities

According to Firearm Chronicles Real good news are indications the disease might not be as bad as people feared. When your good news is “hey, maybe not quite as many people might die,” it’s time to recalibrate your expectations out of life. However, on the gun rights side of things, it seems there’s an upside […]

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Lawsuits Filed Against NC, CA Sheriffs & CA Gov Over COVID – 19 Gun Orders

According to Firearm Chronicles The sheriffs of Wake County, North Carolina and Los Angeles County, California are the subjects of the latest round of lawsuits targeting emergency orders over the coronavirus pandemic, along with California Gov. Gavin Newsom. The California governor, along with Sheriff Alex Villanueva, are being sued over the closure of gun stores […]

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NJ Gov Faces Another Lawsuit Over Gun Store Closure

According to Firearm Chronicles The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, along with an individual resident and a gun store, are suing New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Attorney General Gubir Grewal, and State Police Superintendent Patrick Callahan over the emergency orders that have forced gun stores to end sales of firearms in the […]

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LA County Sheriff Flips, Says He’s Closing Gun Stores Again

According to Firearm Chronicles Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is making it clear that he holds residents in contempt. Concerned about the surge in new gun owners and his belief that they are unable to safely handle a firearm, the sheriff once again reversed his position on Thursday and says that he’ll be forcing […]

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WV Governor Signs Crucial Preemption Bill

According to Firearm Chronicles U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- While the news is filled with gloom and doom over Coronavirus scares, some good news came out of the West Virginia earlier today. WV Governor Jim Justice signed a bill that reinforces the state’s preemption law. Senate Bill 96 is part of a concerted effort by pro-gun politicians in […]

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Armed Homeowner Defends Family Against Career ‘Hoodlum”

According to Firearm Chronicles The sheriff in Putnam County, Georgia says he’s “sick” over a career criminal with a “20-page rap sheet” attempting to break into a home and terrorize the family inside. Sheriff Howard Sills says 28-year old Hunter Layne Harrison, who was already on probation for three different crimes dating back to 2014, […]

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