The League of Women Voters has visited some 30 firearms dealers in the Sunshine State, checking to make sure that the businesses have signage that is required by law. Read more
TrackingPoint has just announced a second generation of semi-automatic “smart guns” along with their Google Glass-inspired “ShotGlass” HUD-slash-eye pro. Read more
In the 354-page complaint, Helga Glock, 78, and her attorney invoke the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act to claim that he used fraudulent and criminal methods to steal her share of the company.
MG Industries has just announced a pair of new rifles and conversion kits, a .50 Beowulf thumper and a 9 mm package that uses easy-to-find Glock magazines. Read more
When Garrett Riedesel entered a guilty plea, he admitted to the possession of a Remington 870 shotgun equipped with a 7-inch barrel, making the overall length 15 inches, well under the legal standard.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the lobbyist group representing gun makers and retailers, is asking for individuals and businesses, especially those with a federal firearms license, to partake in a brief survey.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation released the background check statistics for September 2014 and it was the second biggest month in the system’s 16-year history.
The Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund announced today it will spend another $1 million to support the I-594 campaign, a measure that would require background checks for private gun sales in Washington state.
The 516 runs with the same reliability of an AK rifle, but with accuracy surpassed only by purpose built sniper rifles. It easy achieves hits on six inch targets out to 450 yards utilizing standard Federal XM193, 55 grain FMJ ammunition. Read more
Kahr is expanding on their Value series with the new CT380. This compact .380 ACP pistol is tailored for the concealed-carry market and priced to move. Read more