Jeff Pittman

Jeff Pittman
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Litigation, Enemies, Illinois & Ohio, Tactics

Happy New Year and Happy Shooting! Litigation A 9th U.S. Circus Court of Appeals panel suspended a Dec. 20 injunction issued by a federal district judge who concluded California’s law that bans the carrying of guns in most public places unconstitutionally violated the right of citizens to keep and bear arms under the Second Amendment. The circuit’s three-judge panel issued […]

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Litigation, Only Ones, Tactics & Stuff

Housekeeping. A fellow blogger said this week that the online blog world is dying and not many people visit internet blog pages anymore. Apparently people prefer to be spoon-fed information pushed out to their cell phones, which of course is heavily filtered. That blogger is moving to a paid Patreon service which somehow magically fixes the problem. His problem is

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Litigation, Legislation, Only Ones, Idiocy

Housekeeping No newsletter next week due to Christmas holidays. Merry Christmas y’all! Remember why. Litigation A three-judge panel of the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a New York state law provision requiring private property owners to post signs allowing concealed carry on property open to the public. The court also rejected the New York’s unconstitutional attempt

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Litigation, LaPierre, Newsletters, Enemies, RemArms Move

Litigation U.S. District Chief Judge Thomas S. Kleeh of the Northern District of West Virginia has ruled that a federal law prohibiting FFL handgun sales to 18-20-year-olds is “facially unconstitutional,” and granted a summary judgment in a case brought by the Second Amendment Foundation, saying, “(B)ecause Plaintiffs’ conduct – the purchase of handguns – ‘fall[s] [within] the Second Amendment’s ‘unqualified

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Litigation, History, Rankin, Sniper Shot, Tactics

Litigation SCOTUS has granted review of Garland v. Cargill, 22-976. Whether bump stocks are machine guns. U.S. District Court for District of Columbia (decision here – pdf link): “The otherwise illegal possession of a firearm may be justified, so as not to be criminal, if the weapon is held in lawful self-defense. This case presents the question of when precisely

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Heroes, Litigation, DGUs, Only Ones, Tactics

No newsletter next week due to the Thanksgiving holidays. We will be giving thanks. Unlikely Heroes In late 1943, the Navy listed over 14,000 vessels in its inventory. Ninety-two percent of them, some 12,964 units, were designed by that fierce, stout bayou boatman, and most were built at his own assembly yard. Litigation Last week, a unanimous U.S. Fifth Circuit

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Litigation, ATF, NRA Ballot, Tactics, Obit

Tomorrow is Veterans Day Thank you, veterans. “Remembering Ernie” Litigation The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide the legality of the Trump administration’s ban on “bump stocks” in the case Garland v. Cargill. This is not really a gun case, but is one said to be challenging the Chevron deference principle under which federal agencies are allowed to administratively

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