A plea to California voters and Governor Brown

Yesterday the California legislature had a real opportunity to pass violence reduction legislation. They could have passed universal, healthcare, funding to reduce homelessness, address our states affordable housing shortage, provide funding to programs that target at...

That Guy at the Range

That Guy at the Range The experiment: five different loadings of .30-06 shot at 100 meters through my 1903A3. A box of 20, five groups of four, separated by 0.2 grains, on the top five-position target, starting with 46 grains of IMR 4895 under the 150 grain .308 boat...

Upcoming CMP matches

Remember, as a dues paying member of the LGC, you are a member of a CMP affiliated club. So in addition to being able to buy surplus rifles and ammo direct from the CMP, you can also participate in CMP sanctioned matches and list the LGC as your club of record. More...

Updated Press Primer

Just an update to the press primer we usually send to reporters. Probably warrants a more detailed post, or event just a cut and paste, but if you want to see what we say when asked, this is a good place to start. LGCPrimer-Feb2016...

Reasonable restrictions and the terrorist watch list

As we all know, rights are subject to reasonable restrictions, particularly when the public interest and common good are at stake. So in order to ensure the security of our free state, there are several programs that must be extended immediately.   Daesh/ISIS...

Liberty Over Freedom

Guest Blog by Michael Bertsch Freedom is untidy; Liberty: less so. Rather than to establish “freedom,” The US Constitution secures for us and our posterity the “Blessings of Liberty.” I prefer liberty to freedom, and I’ll tell you why. My freedom to swing my...
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