Firearm accessory makers Magpul Industries and Gibbz Arms settled an eight-month dispute over designs for a locking mechanism.
According to last week’s filing, 44.2 million votes were in favor of the changing the name to American Outdoor Brands compared to 4.8 million against it.
Stockholders approved Smith & Wesson’s rebranding strategy Tuesday that could result in nearly a billion dollars in earnings by the end of the fiscal year.
The overwhelming majority of Smith & Wesson’s stockholders voted Tuesday to change the holding company’s name.
A personal injury case that challenged the first iteration of the Remington R51 handgun design was dismissed Tuesday from an Idaho federal court.
A Pennsylvania custom machine shop filed a million dollar lawsuit against Kalashnikov USA and a subcontractor for violating contract agreements by cutting them out of the business arrangement.
A fake news story spread by conspiracy theorists spurred an incident Sunday in which a gunman opened fire inside a pizzeria in Washington, D.C.
The state’s Supreme Court agreed to hear the case alleging Remington had a role in the school shooting and opened the docket on Thursday, about two weeks after the families filed their appeal.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, the choice of gun rights advocacy groups, conceded Monday after nearly a month of claiming voter fraud and asking for recounts.
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.