Mexican national Jose Ines Garcia Zarate would have walked free after sentencing last week but instead was transferred to federal custody on weapon charges.
With thousands of New York’s lifetime permit holders facing mandatory re-certification this month some are calling on Gov. Cuomo to push back the deadline.
A Republican state representative wants to add specific weapon allowances and a public marksmanship program to the broad definition of the Arizona state militia.
A federal court on Thursday found that it was legal to strip the gun rights of an Ohio man long ago convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence charge.
Democrat George Latimer took office Monday as Westchester County Executive and among the first order of business was to bounce future gun shows.
North Miami Beach has agreed to pay a local gun store $12,000 and change the Florida city’s licensing codes to settle a long-running dispute.
A group of individuals and Second Amendment groups are asking the courts to step in and block the state’s pending new regulations on “bullet-buttons” and assault weapons.
Promising a channel dedicated to the “Courteous discussion of topics involving humanity,” the CEO of Tactical Response is once again on YouTube.
A Denver City Council committee on Wednesday unanimously approved a new ordinance to define a “bump stock” and outlaw their possession and use in the Colorado city.
The retail powerhouse was forced to stop sales of ammunition at 131 discount department stores across the state due to administrative delays with new regulatory requirements.