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Biden unveiled 6 executive actions to curb gun violence, including model 'red flag' laws and action on 'ghost guns'

President Joe Biden speaks about the Colorado shootings in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC, on March 23, 2021. Mandel Ngan/Getty Images Biden announced a series of actions his administration is taking to address gun violence. The actions include drafting model "red flag" laws and tackling "ghost guns." The announcement comes in the wake of recent mass shootings and homicide spikes in US cities. See more stories on Insider's business page. President Joe Biden ...
Tags: Politics, Congress, Colorado, White House, US, Trends, Atlanta, Joe Biden, Washington Dc, Gun Control, Biden, Gun Violence, Justice Department, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, David Chipman, Gun Control Laws


Bump Stock Ban Voided – Will be Reheard in 10th Circuit Court

The federal government’s previous ban on bump stocks has been granted a petition for a rehearing after the earlier decision to uphold the bump stock ban was reached previously. The Original ban which went into effect in 2018 and made bump stock devices illegal to possess, will now be reheard by in the 10th Circuit […] Read More … The post Bump Stock Ban Voided – Will be Reheard in 10th Circuit Court appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Daily News, 10th Circuit Court, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Gun law, Bump Stocks, Bump Stock Ban, Gun Legislation


Sweden Votes NO to Regulating Firearm Magazines

Sweden has still not voted about how and when the EU Firearms Directive (EU Gun Ban) is going to be introduced. Many parties want to use the EU’s minimum requirement, which in many ways already is quite close to the current Swedish legislation. Others want to use the occasion to introduce legislation that goes way […] Read More … The post Sweden Votes NO to Regulating Firearm Magazines appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Sweden, Guns, Eu, Editorial, EU Firearms Directive, EU gun ban, Firearms legislation, Gun Legislation, EU Firearms Legislation


Tennessee to Allow Felons to Posses Firearms, as Long as They’re More Than 120 Years Old

Felons can now possess “antique” firearms in Tennesse A recent change in the Volunteer State’s definition of what a firearm is will now allow felons to own a gun. That is, as long as it was manufactured before 1899. Technically this means that the “guns” don’t qualify as firearms. This also means they’d be pretty […] Read More … The post Tennessee to Allow Felons to Posses Firearms, as Long as They’re More Than 120 Years Old appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Tennessee, Gun Laws, Daily News, Tennesse, Felons, Restrictive Gun Laws, Antique Firearms, Gun Legislation, Tennessee Gun Law, Posses Firearms