During the legislative process to achieve open carry protections under the law in the Lone Star State, some forecast gun fights in the street. About that.
At least two national petitions have begun this week, accompanied by op-ed pieces, seeking the ouster of a Yahoo news personality over a controversial anti-gun film.
While in Louisville for the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting, Guns.com staffers paid their respect at Cave Hill National Cemetery.
On Thursday Soldiers of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) spent the afternoon distributing flags on all 230,000 grave markers in the cemetery.
Second Amendment advocates are taking California officials into federal court arguing an obscure law preventing the use of videos taken during lawmaker debate violates the First Amendment.
Gov. John Bel Edwards made Louisiana the first state in the nation to adopt legislation making attacks on police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel a hate crime.
With over 800 booths and vendors, the sprawling National Rifle Association Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Louisville last week had something for everyone– especially collectors.
Newly minted Army 2nd Lt. Alix Idrache was part of the long gray line that graduated this month from the United States Military Academy and became overwhelmed with emotion.
Jack joined the Royal Navy at age 15 as a gun layer on the old armored cruiser HMS Chester, and his first battle, that of Jutland, was his last.
Atty Gen. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Ohioans with a valid concealed handgun license no longer have to jump through the hoop of getting an additional background check when buying a firearm.