U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is a Republican who opposed a marijuana ballot initiative in her home state of Alaska, but now that it passed, wants to make sure users don’t lose their gun rights.
Betty Shelby was charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher, who was unarmed but later determined to be high on PCP.
Ohio State University President Michael Drake said Wednesday he doesn’t think anyone but “trained professionals” should carry concealed weapons on campus.
Findings from a study released earlier this month say background checks and permits are effective in reducing gun homicides.
A bill to strike the prohibition of silencers in Illinois, one of just eight states that still outlaws the items, made it through committee this week and may get a vote in the Senate.
Sportsman’s Warehouse forecasts steady gun sales in the future and characterized the uptick in the third quarter as growth rather than a surge driven by the election.
The department confirmed they will not be handing out “assault rifles” to random people whose names they draw from a hat.
A Puerto Rico man pleaded guilty in federal court to his role in trafficking firearms, according to last week’s announcement from the Justice Department.
An Indiana lawmaker intends to try again to pass legislation that would repeal the state’s current concealed carry permit program in favor of free and lawful unlicensed carry.
The U.S. Army is looking for a new bullet puller, a device that pulls the projectile from a casing, according to the solicitation notice issued Nov. 23.