A little-known Depression-era law is responsible for pumping more than $8 billion into wildlife conservation, hunter’s education and shooting ranges, with every bullet and gun sold making a difference. Read more
The Los Angeles School Police Department is giving back three grenade launchers obtained under a Department of Defense program, but wants to keep some other gear. Read more
In the Massachusetts primary election last week, two candidates pushing smart gun requirements, one a current U.S. Representative, the other a would be Attorney General, found themselves coming up short. Read more
Today, on the anniversary of the Washington Navy Yard shooting, President Obama addressed the issue of gun violence by asking the public to embrace common-sense reforms to prevent such tragedies from happening.
The New Jersey Assembly passed a bill Monday to expand gun buyback programs, using public funds to reduce the number of firearms in circulation. Read more
The family of the shooting instructor killed teaching a 9-year-old girl to shoot an Uzi released a letter directed to the young girl, where they forgave her and empathized with her position. Read more
A teenager convicted of killing three students at an Ohio high school scaled a prison fence with two other inmates last night only to be picked up this morning.
Wednesday the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission came one step closer to repeal the state’s 1957 ban on the use of sound suppressor devices by hunters. Read more
ReaganNational Airport is refusing to rent ad space to a gun industry group that would be used to promote child gun safety in what some term political correctness run amok. Read more
Following an arrest of two Texas open carry advocates earlier this week, a gun control group is using their mug shots in an ongoing campaign to make a large grocery store chain change their gun policy. Read more