Groups of doctors, law professors, a Wall Street church and Connecticut’s attorney general each filed applications to submit an amicus curiae to detail the various perspectives they intend to bring to the case against Remington Arms.
Remington Arms laid off 34 more employees this week, saying the decision was made to adjust to changing markets.
Las Vegas gunsmith Jim Fuller, who’s known for helping popularize the AK-rifle platform in the U.S., announced that he has sold his company Rifle Dynamics.
Despite concerns over low participation in a product recall, a federal judge approved a settlement agreement for a class action suit against Remington Arms for manufacturing millions of rifles tied to a deadly defect.
Gander Mountain petitioned a bankruptcy court for Chapter 11 protections, confirming rumors that surfaced last month about the direction the outdoor retailer was heading.
The 62-page brief filed last week asks the court to reverse the initial judgment dismissing the case and remand it to a lower court so they may engage in discovery and proceed to trial.
An investigation has been launched into allegations of misconduct by Marines who posted nude photos of female service members and veterans on social media.
Stock price for American Outdoor Brands dropped Friday following the company releasing third quarter financial results and lowering expectations for annual earnings by $36 million.
Gun maker Glock opened a protest bid with how the government awarded a new pistol contract to competitor Sig Sauer, according to documents filed last week with the Government Accountability Office.
Italian gun maker Beretta announced the release of a full-size striker fired pistol chambered in 9mm to the U.S. this week with the APX — the new face of the company’s tactical identity.