The concern is that the recall of rifles with the defective trigger design, which has been linked to numerous injuries and deaths, will have a limited impact on preventing future accidents.
A judge ruled Thursday that a man who shot and injured an Ohio police officer in 1972 will not face a trial.
The Colorado Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee approved a bill Thursday that would allow lawful gun owners to conceal and carry handguns without a permit.
The resident who fired the fatal shot said he did so in self-defense but the deceased man’s family said the men had an ongoing dispute and he was a set-up.
With signs that a historic swell in gun sales and associated background checks may be tapering, the federal government may soon tackle a logjam of denial appeals.
The Trump Administration has asked Stephen Feinberg, the founder of the investment firm that transformed Remington into a firearms conglomerate, to review the U.S. intelligence community.
A 10-1 panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday largely dismantled Florida’s law prohibiting health care workers from asking about their patient’s firearms.
The two were stopped last March when they attempted to cross the border into Mexico with two AK-47s, magazines, ammo, and a tripod for a .50-caliber.
A Minnesota police officer who shot and killed a black man during a traffic stop last summer will face a trial, after a judge refused to dismiss charges against him Wednesday.
One witness said the suspect just floored it and you could see the trooper’s legs dangling out of the window as the suspect sped down the highway.