Weekly Email 6/16/2020: Supreme Court Turns Deaf Ear to 2A Cases / Looney Times / Personal Defense / Julie Golob on Gun Sports Radio / CCW Seminar / Hot Headlines

Supreme Court Will Not Hear
Big Gun-rights Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will not hear appeals of a slew of cases involving gun laws, dealing a block to Second Amendment activists who seek to expand the rights of gun owners.
HERE to read the article
Gun Sports Radio
Self Protection During Riots; Julie Golob and Introducing Firearms To Children; Training For New Gun Owners.
HERE to listen to the broadcast
Looney Tunes for
Looney Times
Elmer will be “hunting wabbits” without a shotgun. That’s right, a hunter hunting rabbits without a gun.
HERE to read blog post
Defense Of Self and Property
With all the craziness in the world right now we wonder what we can do legally to protect ourselves and our property. Watch
John Dillon of the
Dillon Law Group and
Michael Schwartz of
OCGO discuss the topic.
HERE to watch the video
If You Missed The OCGO Facebook Live Personal Defense Seminar…
So much useful and needed information contained in this
Facebook Live seminar with
Trent Butler and
Tobin Hobbs
HERE to see the video
The California Handgun Roster – A New Proposal to Make a Bad Law Worse
You might think that California legislators would be too busy using the COVID-19 crisis as a basis to suspend the Constitution and create idiotic restrictions that harm millions of Californians to bother attacking the Second Amendment (2A). You would be wrong.
HERE to read the article
OCGO Virtual CCW Seminar!
If you missed the CCW Seminar live on Facebook you can still view it. Click on the link below to hear some extremely useful information about obtaining your CCW.
to watch
Another dangerous side effect of ammo background checks…
And those casualties include tens of thousands of lawful gun owners whose ammunition purchases have been incorrectly denied by their overseers in Sacramento.
HERE to read the story
School sics cops on 11-year-old after seeing a BB gun in his house during virtual lessons, says it’s no different than bringing a gun to school
A Maryland school official called the police on an 11-year-old boy after the teacher reportedly saw a BB gun in the child’s room during virtual instruction.
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Police Chief Forced Out After Offering Support For Armed Citizens.
Just in case you think local politics or local 2A policies and opinions don’t matter…
HERE to read
OCGO Shooting Socials Will Return Very Soon!
As businesses start to open up and social distancing from the Wuhan virus becomes less the norm OCGO will be able to resume conducting our very popular Shooting Socials. Click on this video to hear Michael Schwartz interview Brett Roberts on Gun Sports Radio AM 1170.
What’s Going On With CCWs?
From Orange County Sheriff Barnes:
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has compelled the CCW unit to temporarily change how we conduct business.
Our mission is to provide high-quality service while taking proactive measures to maintain the mutual safety of our CCW staff and CCW applicants.  In compliance with Local, State, and Federal Guidelines, we have suspended in-person transactions and public access to the Brad Gates Building (320 N. Flower, Santa Ana).
Current CCW license holders can renew their CCW license through the website. Upon administrative approval, and after payment is received, the CCW license will be mailed to the licensee via US Postal Service.
We will continue to accept and process new applications for CCW licenses submitted online. However, new license issuance will be on hold until our CCW office reopens for public access as first-time license issuance requires in-person transactions.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. If you should have questions or concerns, please email us at
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