Democrat Doug Jones is facing off Tuesday against Republican Roy Moore for the seat left open by Jeff Sessions earlier this year.
John Popp and NRA Museums Director Jim Supica take a break from the exotic and rare to visit with the quintessential American autoloading shotgun, John Browning’s Auto-5.
Here’s a list that will put smiles on the faces of hunters and shooters this holiday season. With prices from $15 to $425, there’s something for every pocketbook.
A 63-year-old man was sentenced last week to 3 years probation for dealing firearms without a license after he sold guns to undercover federal agents through a classifieds service.
The Delaware Supreme Court last week held that a prohibition on firearms on public land issued by two state agencies is unconstitutional.
Police in San Antonio say a man licensed to carry shot and killed an armed suspect at an area chicken joint after he threatened members of his family with a gun.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has come out swinging against national concealed carry reciprocity, contending it puts police officers at risk.
Senators pressed federal law enforcement officials this week for appropriate ways to improve the databases feeding the background check system, but received few clear answers.
The firearms industry’s trade association on Thursday released a statement arguing the language of a national concealed carry reciprocity bill does not interfere with the Second Amendment rights.
The Senate Judiciary committee heard testimony from victims, law enforcement and gun policy researchers on Wednesday to discuss the legality of bump stocks — devices that allow rifles to mimic full-auto fire.