Read the actual decision handed down by Senior US Circuit Court Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr.  Also posted are the text of the two ordinances imposed upon DC residents by the City Council.  Parts of these ordinances were nullified by the court order. Read and comment … View full post Duck Commander line of Mossberg firearms Phil Robertson and Mossberg have teamed up to produce a line of Duck Commander branded firearms. Here’s the lineup followed by a 40 second commercial which has Phil reciting part of the Declaration of Independence. View full post VCDL 2015 Lobby Day is 19 January in Richmond VA Governor McAuliffe (D) to push for package of new gun restrictions VA ABC settles with college student over water purchase DC Gun Ban Ruled Unconstitutional Duck Commander line of Mossberg firearms Dec 14 VCDL 2015 Lobby Day is 19 January in Richmond Categories: Guns and Politics by allingeneral VCDL 2015 Lobby Day is January 19th Protect Your Gun Rights! VCDL Lobby Day 2015 Join us in Richmond on Monday, January 19! If you are a gun owner, plan on attending the Virginia Citizens Defense League’s Lobby Day 2015. Lobby Day is a day when gun owners speak with one loud voice to the lawmakers about protecting and enhancing our right to keep and bear arms! We usually have between 600 and 1,000 people attending, but we really want to flood the building this year! When: Monday, January 19, 2015 starting at 8:30 AM Where: Virginia General Assembly Building at the southeast corner of 9th and Broad streets in Richmond (across from Richmond City Hall). Look for people wearing blaze orange “Guns Save Lives” stickers Attendance is free. Street parking is free, too, as it is a holiday. VCDL is planning on having buses from major areas in the state. Check back here for more details soon. Lobbying is easy! During Lobby Day you will be put into a group with other gun owners. We’ll have veteran Team Leaders from previous Lobby Days in each group to quickly teach you what you need to know. Later that day there will be a rally at 11 AM at the Bell Tower on the Capitol grounds. We have some excellent gun-rights speakers lined up, including well-known Second Amendment activist, columnist, and blogger, David Codrea. NOTE: Persons with valid Concealed Handgun Permits are allowed to carry in the General Assembly Building, the Capitol, and on the grounds of the Capitol. The only restricted place is the gallery of the Senate. Up to date info directly from VCDL, Click Here To discuss at VGOF, Click Here Tags: capital , legislator , lobby , representative , richmond , vcdl Leave comment Dec 14 VA Governor McAuliffe (D) to push for package of new gun restrictions Categories: Guns and Politics , Legislative Alerts by allingeneral By Jenna Portnoy The Washington Post © December 14, 2014 RICHMOND Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday will call for a package of gun restrictions, including a renewal of the state’s one-a-month limit on handgun purchases and a requirement that private vendors at gun shows perform background checks. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe speaks during the opening event for the new I-95 Express Lanes on Wednesday. (Molly Riley/AP) McAuliffe will also propose keeping guns away from people convicted of crimes related to domestic violence and revoking concealed-handgun permits for parents who are behind on child-support payments. McAuliffe, a Democrat, will unveil his plan during a speech in Arlington the day after the two-year anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., according to a news release. It will be hard for him to persuade the Republican-controlled General Assembly to give up any ground on Second Amendment issues, especially as some fend off challenges from the right. But the governor is betting that the mass shootings at Sandy Hook and at Virginia Tech University in 2007 make it politically toxic for Republicans in more moderate districts to oppose the measures. “Our Commonwealth and our nation have seen too many tragedies as a result of dangerous weapons getting into the hands of the wrong people,” McAuliffe said in the release. “These common-sense proposals will keep guns out of the hands of criminals.” But gun rights advocates argue that restricting ownership would not have stopped the Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech shootings or others for which mentally ill people were responsible. McAuliffe in May signed a bill sponsored by state Sen. Bryce Reeves, R-Spotsylvania, allowing gun dealers to use a state police database to see whether a gun has been used in a felony before they make a purchase. The law takes effect Jan. 1. A limit on purchases to one gun per month became law in 1993 under Democratic Gov. Doug Wilder, but it was repealed during the tenure of Republican Bob McDonnell nearly two decades later. The news release from McAuliffe, which says the governor is a “gun owner and supporter of the Second Amendment,” praises the limit as a way to “prevent dangerous people from stockpiling and trafficking dangerous weapons.” After Bath County Democratic Sen. Creigh Deeds’ son stabbed his father and fatally shot himself last year, lawmakers passed bills, which the governor signed, aimed at improving access to mental health services. Citing American Journal of Public Health research that the administration says shows that women are much more likely to be killed by domestic violence when a gun is present, McAuliffe would ban anyone subject to a protection-from-abuse order from having a gun. The ban would also apply to anyone convicted of certain misdemeanors, such as stalking, sexual battery, assault and battery against a family member and brandishing a firearm, as well as anyone with two or more assault and battery convictions. McAuliffe would also revoke concealed-handgun permits for parents who are delinquent on child support payments. There are about 9,000 such people, and they owe more than $15 million, the governor’s office said. Federally licensed firearm dealers must conduct background checks before selling a gun, but private vendors face no such requirement, giving criminals what McAuliffe calls “an easy avenue” to buy guns at gun shows, where some vendors are private. McAuliffe wants all vendors at the shows to be required to conduct background checks. However, in a separate provision, he would give state police the authority to process voluntary background check requests when submitted to them by private vendors. In an address Wednesday, he will set aside $100,000 to pay for state police to attend the shows. He would also prohibit gun shows from advertising the private vendors’ exclusion from the background checks. This post has no tag Leave comment Aug 01 VA ABC settles with college student over water purchase Categories: Everything Else by allingeneral Virginia student settles lawsuit over her mistaken arrest after water mistaken for beer Published July 31, 2014 (AP) RICHMOND, Va. – A college student who says she fled in terror when undercover officers who thought she had illegally bought beer swarmed her SUV has reached a $212,500 settlement with the state of Virginia. Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced the settlement Wednesday night with Elizabeth Daly, who had filed a $40 million federal lawsuit against agents with the state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The lawsuit said Daly had bought a carton of sparkling water at a supermarket in April 2013, which the agents mistook for beer. She said that the badges around the agents’ necks were not clearly visible, and that the agents did not identify themselves as officers. Read more: Tags: abc , alcohol , beer , elizabeth daly , va , water Leave comment Jul 28 DC Gun Ban Ruled Unconstitutional Categories: Guns and Politics , Legislative Alerts by allingeneral The Decision – Court Orders DC Gun Ban Unconstitutional Read the actual decision handed down by Senior US Circuit Court Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr.  Also posted are the text of the two ordinances imposed upon DC residents by the City Council.  Parts of these ordinances were nullified by the court order.

Read and comment -> VGOF Official Statement: Do Not Carry a Gun Into DC Today   by allingeneral » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:04 am There’s a lot of discussion today concerning the Saturday ruling by a US District Court Judge regarding the nullification of a couple of Washington DC’s gun restrictions. Several discussions have indicated that DC Police Chief Lanier sent out a memo to all DC police telling them not to arrest people from out of state who carry in DC (i.e. non-DC residents). It is VGOF’s official stance at this time that it WOULD NOT BE PRUDENT TO CARRY A FIREARM INTO WASHINGTON DC for several reasons. 1) There is still a lot of confusion related to this ruling, and unless you have wads of cash and a good lawyer to defend you, then it would be best to let things air out for awhile 2) DC still bans magazines over 10 rounds as well as certain types of ammunition. So, if you wander on into DC with your .40 caliber pistol loaded with 14 hollowpoints, you may very well find yourself in a a predicament very quickly. 3) The National Park police are in charge of the Mall and tons of other areas where federal jurisdiction allows for different penalties above and beyond any law that was passed by the DC City Council. I’m interested in hearing others’ thoughts, and possible reasons why to not just jump in the car and drive up to DC today with your sidearm. Read and comment -> Chief Lanier provided guidance to the DC police force that essentially instructed them not to arrest anyone lawfully carrying a firearm. Guidance is in the link,,,,,,,,,
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