What’s The Biggest Danger To Our Second Amendment?

It’s election season and San Diego County Gun Owners has received our candidate questionnaire back from San Marcos City Council candidate Ed Musgrove.  In a word, it was horrible. Normally, I don’t publish information from questionnaires.  If their response includes a questionable statement or two, I look at it as an opportunity to educate the […]

SDCGO Attends 34th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference

San Diego County Gun Owners PAC was represented for the first time at 2nd Amendment Foundation's Gun Rights Policy Conference 2019 in Phoenix  (#GRPC2019) A record crowd turned up to hear 91 of the top 2A fighters on, well, earth, speak.

Summer is Here – And So Are California’s Unconstitutional New Ammo Laws

It’s July and California’s unconstitutional new ammo laws are in effect. If you’ve recently moved to California from Free America and you’re not familiar with these laws you can get caught up here. In anticipation of the new rules for purchasing ammunition, many serious gun owners have been stocking up on ammunition. One plan is […]

How Do You Really Fight Back Against Oppressive Gun Control Laws?

Recently 2020 Democratic Presidential hopeful Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced his sweeping anti-Second Amendment proposal to be enacted should he become President. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), also a 2020 Democratic Presidential hopeful, recently announced her plans for gun confiscation should she win the White House. These senators are both products of states where the rights […]

How Long to National Reciprocity for Concealed Carriers?

On Wednesday December 6, 2017 the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. Because of quisling Republicans and dishonest Democrats the opportunity for this to become law was missed. There was never any debate in the Senate and thus National Reciprocity never came to be. With the Democrats taking control […]

Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Member of the NRA? – Your Answer May Cost You Your Job

Some of you may have seen this in the news recently. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed a motion requiring contractors wishing to do business with the city to disclose any ties they may have with the NRA. Are you an NRA member, for example. You can see the news coverage here. The motion […]