New Regulations for Pennsylvania Shooting Ranges

Feb 25, 11 New Regulations for Pennsylvania Shooting Ranges

Posted by in State

There has been quite a bit of discussion about new regulations for any shooter at the Game Commission Public Shooting Ranges. We boiled down the facts for shooters looking for answers.

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Understanding Castle Doctrine

Nov 18, 10 Understanding Castle Doctrine

Posted by in State

There have been a lot of questions about the political decisions made in our fight to pass Castle Doctrine this year. To get answers, I decided to go straight to the source for NRA members in Pennsylvania and interview John Hohenwarter, NRA’s Pennsylvania State Liaison. This interview covers some of the complexities of...

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Pennsylvania Sends a Clear Message to Anti-Gun Leaders

Gun control advocates from New York, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Pennsylvania in order to promote the Mike Bloomberg agenda & New York-style gun control in Tuesday’s elections.  The good news is that NRA members spoke up and told him that we would not let him buy our...

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The Fight for Self-Defense

To the surprise of many gun owners, the battle to pass a simple self-defense law that allows you to defend yourself from attack on your own property was delayed for months by a small minority of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. This comes as even more of a shock if you only look at the story through the vote totals from...

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We Win!

The Second Amendment is now incorporated to cover state and local governments according to today’s opinion released in McDonald vs. Chicago. According to SCOTUS Blog, the decision has been released today, and we’ll have more details as the opinion is shared with the public. In the meantime, please take a few minutes to...

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Dan Onorato Now Blames Corbett for Signing Reciprocity Agreements

Jun 21, 10 Dan Onorato Now Blames Corbett for Signing Reciprocity Agreements

Posted by in Former Candidates, State, Tom Corbett

In 1995, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a law that gave the Attorney General a duty to seek out reciprocity agreements with other states for concealed carry licenses provided that certain provisions are met. Many states actually have a more stringent process that requires many hours of training from a limited number of...

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Debunking the Argument that Dan Onorato Supports Sportsmen

In the next few months, you’re going to hear about how Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato is plenty pro-gun.  But how much of that is really true? Most in the media have made the assumption that Onorato is supportive of gun rights simply because he lives outside of the Philadelphia area.  If you look at the...

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Following the Law: The Bryan Lentz Interpretation

Jun 08, 10 Following the Law: The Bryan Lentz Interpretation

Posted by in State

Gun owners in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District should give everything they can – whether that’s money, time, or word-of-mouth advertising – to make sure Brian Lentz goes down to stinging defeat this fall. Statements like this are part of the reason: “So they essentially get a ‘get-out-of-jail...

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Gun Control Fails & Self-Defense Reform Moves!

May 25, 10 Gun Control Fails & Self-Defense Reform Moves!

Posted by in Paul Drucker, State

Many gun owners had their eyes on Harrisburg today when the House Judiciary Committee leadership forced three anti-gun bills up for a vote if they were going to be asked to vote on important self-defense reform through Castle Doctrine. Among the worst of the three gun bills, HB 1044 would have ended preemption in Pennsylvania. ...

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Pro-Gun Legislation to Move, but Not Without Tricks

May 24, 10 Pro-Gun Legislation to Move, but Not Without Tricks

Posted by in Contacting Lawmakers, State

(cross posted from PAFOA) Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Castle Doctrine legislation – a move we’ve been waiting on since November 19 when they held a hearing! However, it comes at a price. In addition to the vote on the important self-defense reforms, the committee is planning to vote on three...

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