This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the Brady bill’s signing into law and with it comes a record number of checks performed in a single year as well as a milestone for blocked sales.
Sportsman’s Warehouse forecasts steady gun sales in the future and characterized the uptick in the third quarter as growth rather than a surge driven by the election.
A Puerto Rico man pleaded guilty in federal court to his role in trafficking firearms, according to last week’s announcement from the Justice Department.
The U.S. Army is looking for a new bullet puller, a device that pulls the projectile from a casing, according to the solicitation notice issued Nov. 23.
Dylann Roof, the man accused of murdering nine black parishioners at a Charleston church in 2015, will represent himself in his federal criminal case.
Campus officials at Ohio State University cancelled classes for the day after authorities secured an active shooter incident Monday morning, according to announcements from the university’s Department of Public Safety.
Three people who crossed the U.S.-Canadian border and tried to loop back were arrested last week after agents found guns and other gear in their vehicle.
Kyle Eugene Goddard, 28, of Plummer, Idaho, pleaded guilty to theft of firearms from a licensed dealer’s inventory and possession of stolen firearms.
A 35-year-old U.S. citizen driving a U-Haul truck up to a check point alerted a K-9 on the scene and when he was ordered to drive the truck to a secondary position, he instead sped away.
The settlement from a class action suit regarding the Model 700 could be as much as $487 million — more than half of Remington’s total revenue in 2015.