The New York Times looks at gun culture in New Hampshire, one of the most gun friendly states in the country, and highlighted local attitudes toward owning firearms.
Christopher A. Preble, vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, argues that selective service is arbitrary now that the U.S. uses an all volunteer military.
The New York Times applauded the effort by the social networking giant for banning the private sale of firearms on its platforms.
Two reporters from The Guardian newspaper were ejected from the largest gun show in the world after attempting to report on the firearms used in the San Bernardino mass shooting.
Richard Feldman, of the Independent Firearm Owners Association, describes President Obama’s executive actions as “superficial” and calls them similar to those issued in 2013.
In an Op/Ed published in The New York Times, President Barack Obama said that he will take every action as a president and as a citizen to advance gun control reform.
President Obama officially announced on Tuesday a plan to prevent gun violence through an executive action that would enhance the current background check system.
At the end of every year, we like to look back at the stories that Guns.com posted to see which ones got the most traffic. It’s an indicator of what works and what’s important — well, sort of.
Guns.com reader, Jeremy, highlighted an aspect of our reporting on a recent incident involving Stag Arms violating gun laws involving machine guns.
As part of a new initiative by one of the leading names in the Second Amendment news and reviews game, Guns.com-The Store is set to help ease Christmas shopping.