Guns N’ Moses’s 13th Shooting Social

This is a guest post by Alex Dovgalevsky, Director of Guns N’ Moses, a Jewish Shooting Club. On Sunday, after our club’s 13th shooting social with SDCGO, I took the time to reflect on what happened over the past year. The full experience will be hard to describe in just a few paragraphs, but if […]

Will California Gun Owners Ever Be Able to Stop Butchering Their Rifles?

This is a guest post by Richard Douglas. AR-15s in California look funny. It would seem at times that the whole state might be happy to outlaw guns completely. Yet there are several gun enthusiasts in the state. What about them? California’s War on Guns Aside from forcing its citizens to butcher their rifles by […]

Every Woman Has Her Own Story

This is a guest post by #NotMeSD Project Manager Desiree Bergman. Imagine a typical evening trip to the grocery store.  As you are loading groceries into your car, someone comes up from behind you and begins to drag you away from your car. This scenario happens thousands of times a year across the nation.  Knowing […]

Gun Laws: The Institutional Racism You’ve Heard About

One of the many new changes that the year 2020 brought was the mainstream use of the term “Institutional Racism.”  The phrase is heated, controversial, and its acceptance is a partisan divide (like everything these days).  It is the burden of each reader to decide if institutional racism exists, but it is clear that there […]

Minorities in the Gun Community

The following is a guest blog by Evan Wang, board member for Orange County Gun Owners. When someone says “gun owner,” or the more stereotypical term “gun nut,” what image comes to mind?  For most people, it conjures up the image of a white male, stereotypical “redneck.”  But in this day and age, when it […]

The Analogy with Voting Reveals a Concern

The Analogy with Voting Reveals a Concern By Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. I’ve written here before cautioning our use of words in Second Amendment activism (See A Caution About Words in Second Amendment Activism). We need to be as concerned with crafting our arguments as we are with safely handling firearms. Words are as powerful […]

Gun control is killing our kids

This is a guest post by 17-year-old high school student Kaylee Allen. On November 14th, 2019 a gunman walked into my school where I was an 11th grade student.  Saugus High School was a place I felt safe and protected, but on that day, his intent was to kill. At 7:38am he pulled out his […]

Did Olympian Kim Rhode Just Get Rid of Ammo Background Checks???

:::UPDATE!  IMPORTANT!!!  CAUTION!:::: On Friday, 4/24/2020, the 9th Circuit Court has “stayed” the injunction.  This means that background checks on ammunition transfers are required.  Basically, it is back to the way it was before the injunction.  Online sales have to be shipped to dealers in California, dealers have to conduct a background check on transfer, […]

An Important Update about your Second Amendment rights in Riverside County

An Important Update about your Second Amendment rights in Riverside County By Karen Wood, Executive Director Riverside County Gun Owners   Amid the shadows of the current COVID19 crisis are questions surrounding what are considered “essential businesses” and the need for them to remain open. News stations across the globe are reporting non-stop on statistics, […]