Under orders of a federal judge, Remington Arms is reminding owners of certain kinds of Remington rifles that a settlement has been reached.
A California congressman introduced legislation to require licensed gun dealers to carry smart guns on their shelves as soon as the National Institute of Justice says it’s time.
Police in Oakland sheepishly admitted in court last week that two years ago city employees derped and wiped out a fourth of their stored body cam footage during an upgrade.
Beating out equal pay and women’s health, stronger gun laws topped the list for policies favored by women with 87 percent, according to the National Survey of Voters project “Women and the 2016 Elections.”
While talking to a “vendor” on a blackmarket website – who was actually an undercover FBI agent – Ogborn made it clear he intended to blow up a building.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has basically the same number of compliance investigators as it did 15 years ago, though the number of licensees has surged by a third.
Two months after a federal judge dismissed FireClean’s defamation case against Arizona blogger Andrew Tuohy, the gun lubricant maker re-filed allegations in another state.
Silencer Shop recently announced the arrival of its Android and iPhone compatible mobile app aimed at streamlining the suppressor application process.
On Thursday, Republican Rep. Richard Hanna filed the resolution, which reads like a brief history lesson on the iconic gun company founded in upstate New York in 1816.
The Connecticut judge presiding over the case between Sandy Hook shooting victims and Remington Arms issued an order maintaining a pre-scheduled timeline for summary judgment after Remington filed 14 months early.