A measure directing the state Attorney General to enter into concealed carry permit recognition agreements with any state that offered them flew through the Senate on Thursday.
Randi has been an explosives dog for three-and-a-half years, and back in November, was brought in to sniff for explosives outside the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday agreed to rehear a case challenging Florida’s law prohibiting health care workers from asking about their patient’s firearms.
The suspect put a knife to the woman’s throat and forced her into her car before she grabbed her gun and shot him.
A class action lawsuit, seeking $5 million, has been brought against Century Arms. The civil suit claim the company produced a series of rifles with a defective safety and hasn’t tried to recall it.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a new ordinance that would require anyone in the city, except police, who leave a gun in a vehicle to secure it first.
The final approval hearing to settle a class action suit against Taurus International has been postponed, pushing the inevitable recall of defective handguns by at least six months.
Proposals are afoot on both the east and west coasts that could see a mandate for gun owners to keep a minimum amount of liability insurance under threat of up to $10,000 in fines.
Over the howls of gun control advocates, Gov. Terry McAuliffe has brokered a deal with top Republicans to avoid canceling concealed carry agreements with over 20 states.
A group of Democrats in Washington are seeking to regulate flamethrowers like machine guns in a bill so vague a can of WD-40 and a lighter could potentially land you in federal prison.