The lawsuit alleges Ajax Grips is using Colt’s iconic symbol of a “colt rampant carrying parts of a spear in its mouth” on imitation pearl grips without permission.
The lawsuit alleges Black Lives Matter contributed to the July 2016 ambush in Baton Rouge or, at least, encouraged it by failing to condemn it.
The trade association for the gun industry expressed optimism with the findings from a Pew Research survey showing four-out-of-10 people saying they live in a household with a gun.
June gun sales fell 12 percent compared to last year, according to Guns.com’s analysis of data reported Thursday by the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, a proxy measure for gun sales.
A mere three months after a federal court approved a settlement agreement between Remington Arms and a Missouri class over the Walker Fire Control, the gun maker has been hit with more lawsuits regarding the infamous trigger design.
While it may come as no surprise, NRA members are more critical of gun control policies and lean farther to the right than non-member gun owners, Pew’s analysis shows.
The ATF’s $1.3 billion budget will provide “additional resources to reduce violent crime and expedite licensing applications,” according to an announcement by the appropriations committee.
As part of an ongoing effort to expand into firearm accessories and outdoor goods, conglomerate American Outdoor Brands Corporation acquired silencer maker Gemini Technologies.
The gun maker attributed fourth quarter success to promotions, giving explanation as to how high volume gun sales have persisted amid a decrease in demand.
Smith & Wesson owner American Outdoor Brands Company closed out 2017 with $903.2 million in sales, but forecasts next fiscal year to bring in 12.5 to 17 percent less.