The Pennsylvania Superior Court unanimously vacated a man’s weapon conviction over having a knife on him when meeting with officials at his son’s school.
A House measure introduced last week would override the Obama-era State Department’s embargo on thousands of M1 Carbines and Garands long blocked from import.
Footage has surfaced of power company employees in China using an octocopter equipped with a flame wand burning trash off power lines.
A Miami Democrat submitted a bill last week requiring a psychological evaluation for those seeking a concealed handgun permit in Florida.
With a bill to bring permitless concealed carry to Alabama tracking in the state senate, at least one local sheriff is against the proposal on grounds that it may translate into more guns at protests.
A “We the people” petition for the federal government to repeal the National Firearms Act closed Sunday with a quarter million signatures, while one to scrap the machine gun ban narrowly failed.
With signs that a historic swell in gun sales and associated background checks may be tapering, the federal government may soon tackle a logjam of denial appeals.
A 10-1 panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday largely dismantled Florida’s law prohibiting health care workers from asking about their patient’s firearms.
The neat thing about an 1875 Portuguese Navy contract British-made Snider .58-caliber carbine is that by the time the smoke clears, the watermelon is gone.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst, in charge of the state’s 4-H program, rejected an initiative to offer shooting sports to youth in the Commonwealth.