A lawsuit dismissed last year over California’s microstamping law will see another day in court, the National Shooting Sports Foundation announced Thursday.
As an Indiana lawmaker pushes for constitutional carry in that state, the editorial board at the Fort Wayne-based News Sentinel is asking its readers this week to reflect on whether Hoosiers “need permission to exercise a right.”
Federal background checks for gun sales in 2016 hit 24.7 million after another record breaking month in November.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is a Republican who opposed a marijuana ballot initiative in her home state of Alaska, but now that it passed, wants to make sure users don’t lose their gun rights.
A Roanaoke Times columnist shed light on a survey by the NRA he received in the mail that asked pointed questions about viewpoints of current and potential NRA members — questions he referred to as “malarkey.”
Sturm, Ruger & Company introduce a new Target Model for its series of 1911 pistols, according to the company’s announcement this week.
A terroristic car and knife attack on Ohio State University’s campus raises again the debate over weapons policies at our educational institutions.
A group of Pennsylvania prosecutors recommended Tuesday officials should not publicly identify officers involved in the fatal use of force unless charges are filed against them.
Betty Shelby was charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher, who was unarmed but later determined to be high on PCP.
Ohio State University President Michael Drake said Wednesday he doesn’t think anyone but “trained professionals” should carry concealed weapons on campus.