Ohio legislators look to clamp down harder on communities that try to pass local gun restrictions

Ohio lawmakers blocked cities and villages from enacting their own gun laws 12 years ago, but now they want to remove any wiggle room that could allow new restrictions and penalties in local communities.

New Jersey: Senate Committee Approves Gun Control Bills

On Monday, the Senate Law & Public Safety Committee approved several gun control bills during a hearing that stretched over five hours. 

Gunwerks releases all-new podcast series, “Long Range Pursuit”

Gunwerks has established a reputation for delivering the best shooting systems on the market while offering training and content geared toward education in long range shooting and hunting. Adding to their Long Range Pursuit TV show, YouTube channel, blog, and social media, the company has now taken the jump into the podcast space with the launch of a new podcast series, “Long Range Pursuit Podcast.”

The goal in creating the podcast is continuing to provide customers and other long range enthusiasts with solid information.

“Podcasting is a new opportunity for Gunwerks to present information, to engage and interact with our customers and the long range enthusiast alike,” said Aaron Davidson, Founder and CEO of Gunwerks. “We’re excited to provide yet another source of information to further educate people on long range topics.”

Drawing on years of experience creating their television program, “Long Range Pursuit,” YouTube series, magazine, blog, and more, Gunwerks is taking long range shooting and content creation expertise to the airways.

“A big part of our company’s history has been sharing the message through different mediums,” said Davidson. “We’ve gotten really good at packaging information in a way that’s well-received. Steering away from commercialism. We aren’t television stars by any means, but our ability has always been to seek out really good tidbits of information. Now, on this podcast series, we’re doing the same thing.”

Listen in and subscribe to the Long Range Pursuit Podcast at http://www.gunwerks.com/podcast or on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, and other major podcast listening apps.

About Gunwerks

For over a decade, Gunwerks has been the pioneer in improving shooting and rifle technology. Leading the gun manufacturing industry, Gunwerks develops systems that both better the shooter’s experience and their safety.

From the bipod to the ballistic turret and everything in between, their shooting systems come ready to go. While other manufacturers were letting customers mount their own scopes and test their own loads, Gunwerks was delivering a shooting system capable of shooting accurately to 1000 yards, right out of the box.

For more information contact Landon Michaels at 307-461-4216 or podcast@gunwerks.com or visit http://www.gunwerks.com.

NRA backs Challenge to Vermont Magazine Ban

The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) today announced support for a lawsuit brought by Vermont citizens, sporting-goods stores, and shooting clubs to challenge the state¹s recent ban on many of the most popular firearm magazines in America.

Illinois: Committee Passes Bill to Allow Local Infringement of Second Amendment

The Illinois state Senate could vote on legislation to allow localities to infringe upon Second Amendment rights as early as today.  Senate Bill 2314 was moved to third reading after it had passed the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 17th.  Please contact your state Senator and urge them to OPPOSE SB 2314.  Click the “Take Action” button to contact your state Senator.

Justice Stevens’s Second Amendment Pipe Dream

Former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens, now retired, gave gun-control advocates false hope recently when he advocated repeal of the Second Amendment. Justice Stevens knows, or should know, that it can’t happen — not because the National Rifle Association is so powerful, but because 44 of the 50 states have enshrined the right to keep and bear arms in their constitutions, and it takes a vote of three-fourths of the states to approve any change in the U.S. Constitution. You do the math.

Louisiana: Legislators reject proposals to change gun laws

The push to change Louisiana's gun laws is falling flat.A House criminal justice committee Tuesday rejected several proposals brought by both sides of the political aisle, largely capping efforts to alter firearm rules after the massacre at a Florida high school where 17 people were killed.

Massachusetts court strikes down ban on stun guns

Massachusetts’ highest court ruled Tuesday that the state’s ban on civilian possession of stun guns violates the U.S. Constitution’s right to bear arms.

Vermont: New Haven firearms vendor pans new Vermont gun law

The owner of Pidgeon’s Gun Shop in New Haven doesn’t think the gun-control bills Gov. Scott signed into law last Wednesday are going to make anyone safer.

Hawaii: House Passes Trigger Modification Ban

On April 10th, the Hawaii state House voted to pass Senate Bill 2046 as previously amended by the Committee on Judiciary.  The amendments made in the House were rejected by the Senate and the bill is now in conference committee.