Tactical Atlas Firearm Blog

ATF Rollouts New eForms Online System, BUT Problems Persist

The new Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) eForms system is experiencing implementation bugs and problems. These are expected in the rollout of any large software system.

ID: Boise Cancel Culture Hysteria, George Zimmerman & Lethal Force Gun Law Conference

November, 2021, the Riverside Hotel in Boise, Idaho reneged on its commitment to host a gun law conference because of misinformation & cancel culture lies. The organizer explains what happened.

Felony Charges Dropped in Dominick Black Plea Agreement, Judge Agrees

The Dominick Black plea agreement includes dropping all felony charges, but activist ADA T. Claire Binger shows his hand revealing his personal anti-gun agenda.

NICS Gun Sales December 2021: 1.76 Million Guns Sold

December 2021 National Instant background Checks (NICS) are the second-highest December on record, and the third highest for gun sales. 2021 is the second highest year for gun sales, after 2020.

Indiana House Passes Constitutional Carry in 2022, Will The State Senate?

On January 12, 2022, the Indiana House passed a Constitutional Carry bill, HB 1077. In 2021 a Constitutional Carry Bill was stopped by the Senate Republican leadership. 2022 is an election year.

Oregon Leftists Think Barry Washington Shooting VIDEO is Racist, Watch & You Decide

Multiple radical-left Oregon groups called for the takedown & censorship of cell phone video from the self-defense shooting of Barry Washington. Is this video racist? Yes or No?

Incremental Strategy to Reform & Repeal the National Firearms Act

A path toward reforming and repealing the National Firearms Act (NFA) by incremental measures. Incremental movement is happening to dismantle the National Firearms Act (NFA), bit by bit.

Alabama May, I Repeat..May, Pass Constitutional Carry in 2022

Alabama Sheriffs have generally opposed the repeal bills, saying the permit requirement is an important tool for law enforcement but is it just a money grab?

Rittenhouse Case: Proposed Dominick Black Plea Deal, Felony Charges Dropped

Black is Kyle Rittenhouse's friend who purchased the rifle Kyle carried and shot three attackers in self-defense. Black would plead "no contest" to a civil offense and pay a $2,000 fine.

Historic Gun Control: Wounded Knee Massacre, December 29, 1890

Wounded Knee is an example in American history where disarmament led to massacres. People do not disarm others for the good of others.

NSSF Sues New York AG for Violation of Constitution, PLCAA, and Due Process

In December of 2021, the NSSF filed a lawsuit against New York AG Letitia James for violations of Constitutional rights, the PLCAA, and due process.

Police Blame Freedom to Carry for Gun Thefts in Kansas City

Kansas City Police were given a platform on NPR to blame increasing crime rates on the restoration of Second Amendment rights.