Rodriguez v. City of San Jose

Today, Gun Owners Foundation firm filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review an inexplicable Ninth Circuit decision upholding an illegal search and seizure of firearms by the San Jose Police after her husband had a mental health crisis. Seven years after that seizure, the City of San Jose, California is still refusing to return her firearms to her. Even though Lori Rodriguez is not a disqualified person, more than seven years later, she is still fighting a court battle to recover those firearms, a battle which is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

GOF Victories in Massachusetts & Maryland to Reopen Gun Stores, Shooting Ranges

GOF News Release

Gun Owners of America (GOA) has won important battles in Massachusetts and Maryland to reopen gun stores and shooting ranges, respectively.

In Massachusetts, GOA joined several other plaintiffs who filed suit against the state’s closure of gun stores. Now, because of a favorable ruling from a federal judge, gun stores can reopen this Saturday, May 9th.

GOA, GOF Sue ATF After Alabama NICS Exemption Reversal

GOF News Release

Springfield, VA – Gun Owners of America (GOA) and Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) are suing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) for its reversal of a letter which had previously recognized that holders of Alabama concealed carry permits (CCP) are exempt from a National Instant Check System (NICS) background check when purchasing a firearm.

GOA, VCDL Sue Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Over Gun Ban Executive Order

GOF News Release

About noon on Wednesday, January 15, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency in Virginia and issued Executive Order 49,  which temporarily bans the possession or carrying of firearms in Richmond on Lobby Day (Monday, January 20).  On, Thursday, January 16, about noon, Gun Owners of America, the Virginia Citizens Defense League, and three individuals filed a Complaint a

Gun Owners Defending Suppressors in Court

GOF News Release

Gun Owners Case Would Guarantee Right of States to Throw off Anti-gun Federal Gun Control

Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) and Gun Owners of America have worked to defend Jeremy Kettler, a combat veteran, against criminal charges brought against him by the Obama Justice Department, for buying a silencer under the authority of the Kansas “Second Amendment Protection Act.”

Am I An Enemy Of The US Government?

GOF News Release

Prior to July 7, 2003, I would never have asked myself that question. Now I find myself reflecting back to that day when I ponder, "How in the world did this mess get started?".

I am a Federally licensed firearms manufacturer. As a responsible member of my industry I always worked closely with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). I had always encountered good people at the local Atlanta field office. Very professional, very prompt, and yes even courteous.

Not Guilty on All Counts!

GOF News Release

October 21, 2015

Bob Arwady sure knows what it’s like to be put through the wringer.

Over the past 15 years, the ATF has twice accused Bob of having committed numerous gun-related crimes. 

Twice Bob has refused to “take the easy way out” by pleading guilty to something he did not do. 

Twice he has chosen instead to put his fate in the hands of a jury of his peers.

And twice he has come out unscathed, being found not guilty on all counts.