The National Rifle Association was under fire this week for opposing a bill that would essentially bar those on the U.S. government’s secret terrorist watchlist from obtaining guns.
The Board of Supervisors is weighing a new ordinance that would require anyone in San Francisco, including police, who leave a gun in a vehicle to secure it first.
Remington has won, lost or settled scores of lawsuits because of the Walker trigger, but a new case targets the company’s replacement trigger, the X-Mark Pro.
Given the homicidal attacks in Paris last week, we’re now being told by PoliticusUSA that the NRA has allowed terrorists to purchase guns in America.
Tyrone Paul Ponthieux told authorities he was angry with the U.S. government, believes it no longer supports the people and feels it’s Obama’s fault.
The Washington D.C. based Violence Policy Center has reissued a familiar call from the organization to ban “military-style assault weapons,” following recent terror attacks.
A New Jersey man lost his rights to his entire gun collection in an appeals court ruling Wednesday, seized due to a protective order on his wife from her father.
The National Rifle Association on Wednesday defended itself against claims that the gun rights group has lost its way and doesn’t represent the views of its members.
Even with two Republicans voting against the measure under pressure from their local sheriff, Florida’s open carry bill won the day in a tough vote.
Lawmakers in Ohio gave their approval to a proposal that restores the right to carry concealed handguns in day care facilities, school safety zones, airports and other areas.