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The latest updates on NFGR cases, gun issues and news, and resources on free speech and the Second Amendment.

  • Preparing to sue San Jose!
    We are preparing to sue San Jose as soon as they pass their proposed gun violence tax ordinance. Here’s an update.
  • JUST FILED: Amicus Brief In 6th Circuit bump stock case
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights just filed an amicus (“friend of the court”) brief in GOA v. Garland – a legal challenge to the ATF’s bump stock ban imposed in 2018.
  • Meet Theresa Bragg, the Mother of Four Charged with Murder for Defending Herself
    Theresa Bragg, a 30-year-old African American mother of four children who lives on the outskirts of Detroit and is being prosecuted for defending herself from an attack in her home by a gang-member ex. This is her story.
  • JUST FILED: Amicus brief in Supreme Court gun case
    Today, the National Foundation for Gun Rights filed an amicus brief in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. This case is the first major Second Amendment case the Supreme Court has agreed to consider in over ten years.
  • NFGR sends Cease and Desist letter to San Jose City Council, Mayor and City Attorney
    Loveland, CO – The National Foundation for Gun Rights is demanding the San Jose Mayor and City Council to put an end to their efforts to impose a tax on a select group of law-abiding citizens simply for exercising their right to keep and bear arms.
  • NFGR Backs Michigan Mom’s Legal Defense
    Loveland, CO – The National Foundation for Gun Rights announced today they will be backing the legal defense team of 32-year-old Theresa Bragg, a single, African-American mother of four children who is being prosecuted for defending herself with a firearm.
  • SUPREME COURT WIN: California can’t demand NAGR/NFGR donors’ info
    Gun rights supporters won last week at the United States Supreme Court in AFPF v. Bonta, a case supported by the National Foundation for Gun Rights. In a 6-3 decision, the Court ruled that charitable donors’ identities are protected by the First Amendment.
  • Gun rights watch: 6th Circuit overturned pro-gun decision on bump stock ban, will rehear case
    Today, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a pro-gun ruling in GOA v. Garland, a challenge to the ATF’s 2018 bump stock ban, and a case the National Foundation for Gun Rights is involved in. Back in March, a three-judge panel on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals declared that the ATF’s 2018 bump stock ban was likely illegal, and stayed the ban’s enforcement while the case proceeded in the lower courts. This pro-gun ruling was overturned today by the full court, which agreed to […]
  • Charges DROPPED against Fr. Peter Raleigh!
    The bogus charges against gun-toting priest Fr. Peter Raleigh have been dropped, thanks to the assistance of NFGR’s Gun Owners Defense Fund!
  • Supreme Court Takes up Gun Rights
    For the first time in over a decade, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to New York’s “good ole boy” permit scheme. This case could have enormous repercussions with lasting effects on gun owners’ right to carry weapons in public.
  • Foundation joins Rocky Mountain Gun Owners to Defend Fr. Peter Raleigh
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights is partnering with sister organization, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, to support the legal defense of Fr. Peter Raleigh, a Catholic priest and gun owner being prosecuted under bogus gun charges.
  • FAIL: 9th Circuit upholds British law, claims no right to carry in public!
    According to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, there is no Second Amendment right to carry a gun beyond your front door – and they did so by siding with King George III over our own Constitution.
  • National Foundation for Gun Rights files joint Supreme Court brief in landmark free speech case
    The First Amendment is what protects our ability to effectively fight for our Second Amendment rights without exposing gun owners and citizen-lobbyists to harassment from “cancel culture” bullies, anti-gun employers, neighbors, activist politicians, and bureaucrats.
  • GUN RIGHTS WATCH: Supreme Court agrees to decide warrantless entry case
    Can the police enter your home without a warrant to take your guns? That’s the question the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide in Caniglia v. Strom.
  • RMGO Demands Pitkin County Reverse Unlawful Gun Ban
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights is partnering with sister organization Rocky Mountain Gun Owners (RMGO) in a cease-and-desist letter sent yesterday to the Pitkin County Attorney and Commissioners, demanding that they reverse the unlawful gun ban instituted Wednesday, October 28, 2020. More from RMGO: “‘The law is extremely clear when it comes to banning firearms; local governments can’t do it,’ Said Taylor Rhodes, Executive Director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners. “‘It is a real shame the elected commissioners of Pitkin County have decided to go against […]
  • National Foundation for Gun Rights Assisting Family with Legal Actions in Toy Gun Case
    Loveland, CO – The National Foundation for Gun Rights announced today it is assisting the family of twelve-year-old Isaiah Elliott in legal action against school authorities who targeted him for handling a toy gun during a remote school session.
  • NFGR Raises Over $50,000 for Kyle Rittenhouse
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights raised over $50,000 to help Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old who was targeted by an angry leftist mob in Kenosha, WI on August 25, 2020. Kyle was employed as a lifeguard in Kenosha, and stayed in town after work to help clean up graffiti and debris left from two straight nights of rioting and unrest. When a local business owner requested help defending his property (which had already suffered pretty heavily during the two previous nights of rioting), Kyle borrowed a gun […]
  • NFGR contributing over $50K directly to Kyle Rittenhouse
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights (NFGR) announced they are sending a check for more than $50,000 directly to Kyle Rittenhouse, the young man being held on several charges after defending himself and business owners from violent rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  • Colorado schools targeting kids for handling toy guns during remote learning
    Loveland, CO – The National Foundation for Gun Rights announced today that it is exploring legal options for assisting students and families being targeted by school officials and law enforcement for in-home activity observed during remote school sessions.