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Last week saw violent protests with one man shot and critically wounded following Tuesday’s shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by Charlotte, NC police.
Tennessee Department of Health officials discovered a reporting error last week regarding accidental gunshot deaths recorded in 2014.
Accidental discharges are at the center of a recall issued yesterday by Thompson/Center Arms on their Compass model of bolt-action rifles.
Under orders of a federal judge, Remington Arms is reminding owners of certain kinds of Remington rifles that a settlement has been reached.
Some five months after an innocent equipment locker took a hit when a long-time deputy fired a Glock inside the Hall of Justice while trying to show another officer how to use it, Guns.com has found out he is still at work.
The Medina Independent School District is home to 303 students, and according to a sign placed by an entrance Wednesday, possibly, a few firearm-toting faculty members.
Bills banning the sale of toy guns, requiring seizure of real ones, establishing a handgun database and requiring newly manufactured handguns to be microstamped are up for debate this week in New Jersey.
The city council approved a measure that will mandate gun lock usage, the reporting of lost or stolen firearms and ban leaving guns in unattended vehicles.
It’s arguable that few people outside of hard core competitors put as many rounds on steel plates as Hickok45, and he gives his thoughts on how to stay safe while doing it.