Weapon Rights

Weapon rights can be seen in this category. You can check out today’s laws regarding weapons. MTR Custom Leather has created this category to help you stay up to date on today’s right dealing with weapons.

Five Fast Gun Reforms President Trump Will Sign Into Law

President-Elect Donald Trump stunned the world last night with a commanding upset victory over the heavy favorite, Democrat Hillary Clinton. In addition to Trump’s victory in the contest to be the 45th President of the United States, the National Rifle Association’s five million members helped retain control of the Senate by backing victorious GOP contenders …

Source: Five Fast Gun Reforms President Trump Will Sign Into Law

Targeted: Official Movie Trailer – YouTube

“Evil is not in the weapons, but in our hearts”
 
Gotta go see it…
 
https://youtu.be/pZ_fgrIFgQQ

 

Transporting Firearms and Ammunition | Transportation Security Administration

We get a lot of questions about how to go about transporting firearms and ammunition on an airplane. MTR Custom Leather has done some researching and has came across this reliable website through TSA website. Click the link below to lead you to the website to find out the dos and don’ts.

 

 

www.mtrcustomleather.com

 

Source: Transporting Firearms and Ammunition | Transportation Security Administration

What California’s new gun laws mean for hunters, target shooters | The Sacramento Bee

With California Gov. Jerry Brown signing six new gun laws, the state’s hunters and target shooters are questioning the practical impact on them and wonder what they will have to do to remain law-abiding citizens.

Source: What California’s new gun laws mean for hunters, target shooters | The Sacramento Bee

Gun Control and Gun Rights | The Latest News on Gun Control

The Second Amendment to the Constitution, which concerns the right to bear arms, is always a hot-button issue, especially during election season. Gun rights and gun control groups alike have been lobbying Congress for decades to craft legislation in their respective favors. Twice in the past two years the gun issue has reached the nation’s highest court. In the 2008 Supreme Court case District of Columbia v. Heller the court ruled that the Constitution protects an individual’s right to own a gun for personal use. But the 5-4 decision only applied to federal laws and failed to address local and state laws. Thus, in July 2010 the Supreme Court ruled that the federal right to bear arms also applies at the state and local level. The ruling lifted a nearly 30-year-old Chicago gun ban. The National Rifle Association called the ruling a landmark, but the decision did not specify what kind of gun laws can be applied to the Second Amendment. “The real challenge is going to be getting law-abiding citizens access to it,” said NRA Vice President Wayne LaPierre after the ruling. Both gun rights and gun control groups will likely continue to lobby Congress on this issue to either blunt or sharpen the ruling.

Source: Gun Control and Gun Rights | The Latest News on Gun Control

Gun Control and Gun Rights | The Latest News on Gun Control

The Second Amendment to the Constitution, which concerns the right to bear arms, is always a hot-button issue, especially during election season. Gun rights and gun control groups alike have been lobbying Congress for decades to craft legislation in their respective favors. Twice in the past two years the gun issue has reached the nation’s highest court. In the 2008 Supreme Court case District of Columbia v. Heller the court ruled that the Constitution protects an individual’s right to own a gun for personal use. But the 5-4 decision only applied to federal laws and failed to address local and state laws. Thus, in July 2010 the Supreme Court ruled that the federal right to bear arms also applies at the state and local level. The ruling lifted a nearly 30-year-old Chicago gun ban. The National Rifle Association called the ruling a landmark, but the decision did not specify what kind of gun laws can be applied to the Second Amendment. “The real challenge is going to be getting law-abiding citizens access to it,” said NRA Vice President Wayne LaPierre after the ruling. Both gun rights and gun control groups will likely continue to lobby Congress on this issue to either blunt or sharpen the ruling.

Source: Gun Control and Gun Rights | The Latest News on Gun Control

What Missouri’s new constitutional carry law means for CCW delays

Last week, state lawmakers voted to override Governor Jay Nixon’s veto to allow constitutional carry starting in January.

Source: What Missouri’s new constitutional carry law means for CCW delays

NRA-ILA | Gun Laws

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Source: NRA-ILA | Gun Laws

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