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Guy talks about the ACLU and a pro-liberty case for gun restrictions.
On Saturday's The Gun Guy Show, IMPD Chief of Police Bryan Roach and I discussed ways to reduce the number of guns stolen in Marion County - after an astounding 1700 guns were stolen in Indianapolis last year. A large percentage of stolen guns are obtained by thieves breaking...
Many Indiana gun owners are frustrated - even angry - because the Republican leadership in the Indiana General Assembly refused to allow Constitutional Carry to get a vote again this year. I'm sure that there are pro-Second Amendment legislators in the General Assembly who are...
Photo Credit: Paul Morigi/Getty Images The National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would require all 50 states and the District of Columbia to recognize the "licenses to carry" or "concealed carry permits" issued by every other state. When the bill passed the House of...
Photo Credit: John Malmin/Getty Images The Gun Guy (filling in for Chicks on the Right) discusses the legacy of Charles Manson with Rob Kendall in the Speed Round. Relford: The fact that it was real, was worse that any Boogeyman story that I had ever read or heard of in my life.
"I can get another job. I cannot get another life." That's how Jennifer Wertz responds when asked why she decided to take her gun wth her to work last week. And when an armed robber entered the Circle K convenience store in Albuquerque, New Mexico where Jennifer Wertz was...
On May 9, 2017, the Indiana Supreme Court resolved a long-standing dispute in Indiana: May a police officer detain an individual in possession of a firearm in order to verify that the person's possession of the gun is lawful? In Pinner v. State , the court ruled that the mere...
A recent poll reveals that Hoosiers strongly favor the reform of Indiana's archaic liquor laws. A large majority - 71% - believe that all licensed retailers should be allowed to sell cold beer. A similar majority - 65% - favor Sunday carry-out liquor sales. In response to the...
On Tuesday, the Indiana Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated ruling in Thomas Pinner v. State , which addresses the issue of whether police officers may detain and question a person based only on a report that the individual has a gun. In agreeing with the Indiana Court of...