In July of this year, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Washington DC's "may-issue" concealed carry laws. Since then, Second Amendment supporters across the country - particularly those in may-issue states like NJ, NY, CA, etc - were waiting to see if the liberal-dominated DC Court of Appeals would rehear the case before the full court and reinstate DC's draconian gun control laws. Fortunately, by a unanimous vote, the court denied a petition for a hearing - essentially striking down DC's gun control laws.Read more
After almost 2 years of legal headaches and court battles, The New Jersey Second Amendment Society prevails against Total Turf - the facility which breached their agreement with NJ2AS the day before a planned rally.
For those who are not familiar with the situation, the story can be found by clicking here.
NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian represented himself pro se and was awarded $15,123. We are happy to put this matter behind us and want to thank the members of NJ2AS and Second Amendment community for all of their support!
For years, New Jersey gun owners have wondered why we keep losing our rights and have no representation against the anti-gun bigots who will stop at nothing to destroy the Second Amendment and anything related to it - including preventing legitimate gun ranges from being built. That was and still is the reason why The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) was formulated and has grown into the state's largest and most effective Second Amendment organization.
We cannot continue to remain silent about the fact that for over 9 months, Scott Bach, who is the Executive Director of the Association of NJ Rifle and Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) and an NRA board member, was missing in action when the town of Ramsey fought tooth-and-nail to prevent a top-of-the-line gun range from being built in the town. Per the ANJRPC's mission statement: “The organization’s mission or most significant activities coordinate the interest of all rifle, pistol and shooting clubs in NJ.” (Keyword: all.)
Here's what did and did not happen:Read more
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy just released a plan to raise $1.3 billion a year in new taxes. Though we aren’t the New Jersey Fiscal Policy Society, we do object to Murphy’s absurd proposal to tax gun sales as a way to prevent violence.Read more
Now this is a bill we can support - The Second Amendment Guarantee Act, introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY), would ban most of NJ's gun control laws.Read more
If it's true that guns have two enemies - rust and politicians - then New Jersey's gun buyback program is a perfect marriage!
As if the State of New Jersey couldn't think of another way to waste taxpayer funds, in the past two weeks $482,000 has been spent... to take a lot of rusty and broken shotguns off the streets.Read more
After years of being thwarted by Governor Chris Christie's (R) veto pen, the Democrat-dominated New Jersey Legislature is chomping at the bit over the prospect of Phil Murphy (D) becoming Governor. This includes Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D), who already has 20 gun control bills lined up for Murphy to sign if and when he gets elected.Read more
As every NJ2AS member already knows, New Jersey’s astroturf gun-control activists will never skip an opportunity to harass and destroy gun owners and legitimate businesses. Their current target is a proposed shooting range in Ramsey and the fight has just begun.Read more
Congratulations to Jim for winning the custom NJ2AS Model Henry Goldenboy Rifle! Jim was automatically entered into the giveaway by because he was an NJ2AS Frontline Donor!Read more
Shayna Lopez-Rivas’ story matters and she’s got a message that New Jersey’s anti-gun politicians and advocates need to hear.
A New Jersey native and campus carry advocate, Lopez-Rivas was raped at knifepoint on her gun-free campus at Florida State University in 2014. Since that horrific crime, Shayna has gone from anti-Second Amendment advocate to concealed carry activist that is dead serious when she says “never again."Read more
Congratulations to Gail for winning the NJ-Compliant Sig Sauer M400 from our June Giveaway!Read more
NJ2AS is happy to announce another giveaway for the month of July. This month we will be giving away a custom NJ2AS Model Henry Goldenboy .22LR Rifle!Read more
Today the Supreme Court declined to hear the Peruta case. The Peruta case was about whether or not states could require citizens to show "good reason" to exercise their constitutional right to bear arms, like New Jersey does. Their refusal to hear the case does not mean that they agree with the lower court's ruling on the issue, but it does mean that for now we're stuck waiting for the Supreme Court to once and for all declare what we already know; that we have a constitutional right to carry firearms for self-defense.Read more
NJ Senator Robert Menendez (D) (left) pictured with Democratic Operative James Devine (right)
Longtime Union County Democratic operative James Devine has shown his true colors in response to the shooting of Republican Congressman Steve Scalise. Devine, unapologetic with his words, is calling for a "hunt" of Republicans under the hashtag #HuntRepublicanCongressmen.Read more
This morning the United States Supreme Court rescheduled the Peruta case again, which could restore concealed carry in NJ if taken up. Second Amendment advocates are eagerly watching the courts to see what the court will do with this case, because if the court were to strike down California's concealed carry laws, New Jersey's would be on the chopping block as well.Read more
President Trump has announced the appointment of a new slate of conservative judges. Among them is Stephanos Bibas, who is being appointed to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals - which governs rulings that affect New JerseyRead more
NJ2AS Endorses Oroho, Space, and Wirths in District 24
-Strongest team on firearms rights in New Jersey wins pro-second amendment organization’s backing-Read more
Until now, the New Jersey Second Amendment Society has not taken a position on the state’s new bail reform system. Though, after reviewing changes proposed by some of New Jersey’s worst anti-gun legislators, it’s clear our organization and other concerned civil liberty advocates must mobilize.
Freedom itself is at stake, literally.