The Senate Judiciary committee heard testimony from victims, law enforcement and gun policy researchers on Wednesday to discuss the legality of bump stocks — devices that allow rifles to mimic full-auto fire.
Federal regulators launched a review of federal law to determine if certain bump stock devices fall within the definition of “machine gun,” according to Tuesday’s release by the Justice Department.
Citing debt levels, S&P Global lowered ratings for Remington Outdoor to “negative” for its risk of defaulting on loans and Vista Outdoor to the much less severe “stable” financial condition.
Remington attributed the 31 percent decrease in third quarter sales to soft market conditions resulting from last year’s surprising election victory by President Trump.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed a review of the federal background checks system, citing issues that allowed a Texas gunman to legally buy firearms despite a documented background making him a prohibited buyer.
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A gunman opened fire at an elementary school during a shooting spree Wednesday morning in Northern California, which resulted in five people dead and 10 others injured.
Springfield Armory expanded the Saint series Wednesday, adding a handgun model to the AR-15 line up.
After a two-month search, Remington Outdoor Company announced Wednesday the naming of gun industry veteran Anthony Acitelli as its new chief executive officer.
They launched the probe a week after advocacy groups launched the campaign “Stop Murder Insurance” to pressure insurers to drop NRA’s business.