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As far as that second threat to your weapons is concerned, we can’t eliminate it for you — but we can help keep you informed. Knowledge is power. Our blog is designed to share information important to freedom-loving, weapon-owning individuals.

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Politican's stances on gun rightsIf you would like to review the political line of any politician on the topic of gun control, you can visit the website “On the Issues” to review their statements on gun control, their own gun ownership habits.

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Gun Carry Laws in State of GeorgiaGeorgia’s House Bill 60 (HB 60) changed the state’s laws on the when it is legal to carry a gun. The following information may be of interest to those living in Georgia or planning to travel to Georgia:

Who may not carry a gun in Georgia:

  • Anyone Younger than 21
  • Anyone hospitalized for mental illness within the last 5 years
  • Fugitives from justice
  • Those convicted of manufacturing or distribution of controlled substances and/or dangerous drugs
  • Those ineligible to possess a firearm under federal law
  • Anyone convicted of a felony
  • Anyone who has had their carry license revoked
  • Those convicted of specific crimes involving weapons

Locations where it is illegal to carry a weapon in Georgia:

  • Within 150 feet of a polling place
  • Mental health facility
  • Nuclear power plant
  • Government buildings (those that screen visitors)
  • Places of worship

Changes include leaving the decision on carry legality up to state schools (for employees). Individuals with a CC permit may not carry weapons in non-secure areas of airports and in bars.

Georgia participates in Firearm Permit Reciprocity with a number of states:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

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Most US Voters Oppose Stricter Gun Control MeasuresRecently, a national telephone survey reveled that only 40% of U.S. Voters would favor stricter gun controls. Well over half of those surveyed were opposed. For more information about this survey, visit


Great, entertaining and informative compilation of clips on Gun Rights: Why we must protect ourselves… and from whom.

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California Gun LawsAlthough the laws were put in place in 2011, today is the date that new gun laws in California go into effect.

  • Long guns transferred through a dealer or a private owner, requires registration of the long gun with the California Department of Justice. If the transfer takes place through a dealer, registration will happen automatically. If through a private sale, it is the responsibility of the new owner to register the weapon.
  • Individuals moving into California who are current gun owners are compelled to register their long gun with the California Department of Justice.
  • Transfer of relic or curio long guns (more than 50 years old) are no longer exempt and must also be registered.
  • It is now illegal for a person to manufacture, import, sell, give, lend buy or receive “large capacity magazine conversion kits”
  • If you keep a loaded weapon in your residence and someone prohibited from possessing firearms gains access to it, the homeowner can be held liable for any injury that results or if that prohibited person carries the firearm into a public place.
  • A charge of “Criminal storage in the Third Degree” can result if an individual maintains a loaded firearm in a location known to be accessible by a minor.

For more information on these and other changes to the California Penal Code as related to guns, visit the NRA Institute for Legislative Action page.