A study published last week concluded gun owners care just as much about formal safety training as they did 20 years ago.
The California Department of Justice last week unveiled their proposed new regulations for ammunition vendor licensing, set to take effect in 2018.
Permits for carrying handguns dropped 19.2 percent in the first half of 2017, according to federal data.
Told to be in the program they would, “have to give up some of your constitutional rights,” two couples are taking the matter to federal court.
An Alabama man will spend nearly two years behind bars for illegally possessing a firearm — a charge he’s received three times before.
The House version of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act was approved and included a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP M1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
While gun control groups welcomed the prospect the nation’s gun regulatory agency would get more money than last year, they balked at pro-Second Amendment riders trimming the agency’s reach.
Remington Outdoor Company has had its corporate rating downgraded due to a forecasted weak performance amid uncertainty in the gun market, according to a Moody’s Investors Service report.
A man who fired his Glock at a car thief leaving his driveway with his vehicle pled guilty this week to the death of a neighbor struck by one of his bullets.
Mayor Catherine Pugh and city leaders want to establish a mandatory minimum sentence for those found with handguns near Baltimore schools, parks, and other public buildings.