President Obama’s administration Friday gave an update on implementing the executive actions regarding guns ownership that he issued at the beginning of the year in response to increased public pressure and an unwilling Congress.
A Republican lawmaker proposed naming the Washington headquarters of the ATF after an agent who was killed during an undercover operation in the 1980s.
More Americans from all over the political spectrum support the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, according to survey results released Monday by the trade association for the gun industry.
Kriss Group SA sought bankruptcy protections for three of its subsidiaries in its home country of Switzerland, but the financial troubles overseas won’t affect the company’s U.S. operations.
Although gun sales were up in 2015, firearm conglomerate Remington Outdoor Company reported a $135.2 million loss for the year, according to annual financial filings released this month.
A federal judge agreed to hear arguments to quash charges in a libel case against George Fennell, the owner of a lubricant company accused of starting the rumor that FireClean is Crisco cooking oil.
Idaho holster company Alien Gear announced that it now has the patent for its popular inside the waistband holster — a milestone for the young company.
The U.S. Secret Service this week released answers to questions asked during conferences with vendors interested in bidding for a contract to supply the agency with new rifles.
WFSB 3 Connecticut Tuesday held the first court appearance by Remington Arms and Sandy Hook…
The Miami-Dade Police Department awarded a $5.5 million contract for body cameras to Vievu Solutions, a subsidiary of the Safariland Group.