Just a month after its introduction, a House bill to reverse the Department of Veterans Affairs’ practice of reporting some veterans to the FBI’s NICS system has been sent to the Senate.
The officer said the two state-issued Glocks were stolen while he was out on his lunch break and while one was recovered, one remains missing.
The State’s Attorney said there was no doubt in his mind that the security guard not only saved his life but the lives of the bank employees.
The 18-year-old told police he was the victim of a drive-by, but authorities soon learned he shot himself while escaping after robbing two people.
The New York Attorney General has responded to a legal challenge to the state’s Taser and stun gun ban by saying the devices are not “bearable arms” protected by the Constitution.
Because the man was in the range alone and there were no witnesses, it’s unclear what happened or whether the shooting was accidental or intentional.
After being out of work for a over a month, Stanley now works the day shift at Dunkin’ Donuts and her new employer isn’t bothered by her prior actions.
Lawmakers have proposed a bill that would reverse the Department of Veterans Affairs’ practice of reporting veterans to the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check system.
A firearms instructor is offering Albuquerque cab drivers discounted concealed carry courses after a cab driver was carjacked and murdered last week.
A federal judge last week dismissed claims by a former vice principal and concealed carry permit holder that officers violated his rights when they arrested him for having a gun at school.