The ATF is warning those wanting to participate in the festivities this Fourth of July weekend to be safe and aware of homemade and illegal fireworks.
Advertisements have started popping up online for homemade explosives in the Kansas City area and the ATF warns that they’re cracking down on those types of illegal explosives.
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline announced three measures Tuesday to establish National ASK Day, expand background check data and close fire sale loopholes.
Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell said that while these types of bulletins are routinely passed out, he feels there’s nothing routine about this particular one.
Law enforcement want exemptions to a planned ordinance that would force law-abiding Los Angeles gun owners to secure their firearms when not in use or risk a fine and possible imprisonment.
Two Mississippi men had the long arm of the law reach out for them following an incident while open carrying that led to the evacuation of a Wal-Mart.
With just 45,000 firearms registered under the SAFE Act out of an expected 1 million, both gun control and Second Amendment advocates are claiming victory.
Geof Peabody doesn’t just teach those in his classes how to safely handle a gun and hit the target, his classes go further and delve into disarming a potential threat.
An appeals court last week upheld a previous ruling that a man could be denied a permit to purchase firearms because of his wife’s criminal history.
A local court in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico this month issued a stern ruling that could end some of the strongest gun laws in the country.