all 50 states’ individual state constitutional equivalent of the 2nd Amendment

a general overview of the Second Amendment and its impact on state laws.

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees the right of citizens to keep and bear arms. While the Second Amendment applies to all states, each state has its own laws regarding firearms and the right to bear arms.

Some state constitutions include language similar to the Second Amendment, while others may provide additional or more restrictive protections for gun ownership.

In general, state constitutions that include language similar to the Second Amendment recognize the right of citizens to keep and bear arms for self-defense, hunting, and other lawful purposes. However, some states may also impose certain restrictions on firearms, such as background checks or waiting periods for gun purchases, or may prohibit certain types of weapons altogether.

It’s important to note that state laws regarding firearms can vary widely, and may be subject to change. It’s always a good idea to consult with a legal professional or review the latest information from state and local authorities


Commands Arms Accessories

  • 2008
  • 2017 Micro Conversion Kit (MCK)
    – Micro Roni
  • 2020
    – GLOCK 26/27, Springfield XD, XDM, XD MOD2, and XDM ELITE in 9mm/.40 S&W and .45 ACP/10mm, as well as the GLOCK 43, 43X and 48, and a Gen 2 MCK for the Glock 20/21

Ezell vs. City of Chicago II


Ruled that the city of Chicago’s ban on gun ranges was unconstitutional.

Ezell II

January 18th 2017, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the city of Chicago’s ban on gun ranges was unconstitutional.

March 15th. 2017 the final judgement was entered by judge Virginia M. Kendall, indicating that the city of Chicago withdrew their motion to stay the proceedings

two federal lawsuits against the City of Chicago to bring gun ranges to the city for law abiding citizens

“If the city demands that you take this class, they should provide a facility for you to do it. You don’t want a person to have a gun they don’t know how to use. No one should have to drive 40 miles outside the city limits to comply with a city ordinance.”

Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act


  • National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

  • Introduced 01/03/2017
    – Rep. Hudson, Richard [R-NC-8]
  • Introduced 01/03/2019
    – Rep. Hudson, Richard [R-NC-8]
  • HR 38, The Concealed Reciprocity Act of 2021
    – John Cornyn (R-TX), Bill Hagerty (R-TN), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), and Jim Inhofe (R-OK)
  • Treats state-issued concealed carry permits like drivers’ licenses where an individual can use their home-state license to drive in another state, but must abide by that other state’s speed limit or road laws.
  • Allows law-abiding citizens to exercise their fundamental right to self-defense while they are traveling or temporarily living away from home
  • Allows individuals with concealed carry privileges in their home state to conceal carry in any other states that also allow concealed carry.

Shockwave Technologies

Dunedin, Florida

  • Marty Ewer – owner of Shockwave
  • Dec 15 2014 – Blade Pistol Stabilizer
  • Oct 31, 2017 Blade 2.0 Pistol Stabilizer
  • Sold exclusively by KAK w/ their receiver extension
    – Kurt Kosman – president of KAK Industry
    – Oxnard, CA

Dunedin, Florida