With a gun show set for this weekend openly ditching Washington state’s new expanded background check requirements, the group behind the law deem it an “enormous success.”
Over the weekend, an angler detained by police in Florida and warned to stay away from the pier under threat of trespassing charges was cited in error.
Two weeks after a man legally open carried a rifle through Atlanta’s airport, U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-GA, debuted a proposal to prohibit firearms from unsecured areas.
New Jersey Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg crafted the state’s 2002 smart gun law but she is now leading the charge to recast it to help spur development of the technology.
After a student asked about the shooting at Sandy Hook, Gigi Kearns explained what had happened. Days later, she was fired after a parent complained.
Alleviating the need to waste time and extra money swapping out barrels, Smith & Wesson cuts out the middleman with the new suppressor ready M&P22 Compact.
While authorities do know that there was alcohol involved, it’s unclear whether Charles Cooper said, “Here, hold my beer,” before putting the gun to his head.
Belinda Padilla, chief executive of Armatix USA, the leading maker of so-called “smart guns,” seems to have missed the memo on safe firearms handling.
A proposal to require gun locks on firearms not in use across the Empire State made it through the state Assembly in a 77-58 vote Tuesday
While the ordinance will only affect subdivisions, some residents are concerned that it may open the door to more restrictions in other areas.