The fight for gun rights is changing, for the better.
Since the Supreme Court’s Heller and McDonald decisions in 2008 and 2010, the fight for gun rights in red states revolved around Shall Issue, Constitutional Carry, and Stand-Your-Ground law.
Throughout this time, certain topics remained taboo…like non-violent felons getting their gun rights back.
But last year’s Bruen decision from the Supreme Court changed everything, by doing away with the ‘means-end scrutiny’ standard and replacing it with a ‘presumption of protection under the Second Amendment’ standard.
And when you add in Bruen’s requirement that gun control laws must show how they comply with the historical use/regulation of firearms in this country, it’s a whole new ballgame!
That’s why the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals just issued a landmark decision dealing with non-violent felons and guns.
To learn about this case and the future of the fight for gun rights, watch this video update!
I don’t know about you, but seeing courts across the country implementing the Bruen decision is one of the most encouraging things I’ve seen in the fight for gun rights in a long time!
Georgia Gun Owners will continue to lead the fight for freedom here in Georgia in the legislature, the courtroom, and in the court of public opinion — and I hope you’ll continue to stand with us!
In the fight for gun rights, we are either gaining ground or losing ground, there is no neutral! And lately, we’re gaining!
Georgia Gun Owners