New York knife advocates won a unanimous senate victory in their fight to stop unfair prosecutions–but the reform still needs the governor’s signature.
Winchester Ammunition announced the availability of a long-anticipated 12-gauge shotshell to its Varmint X line.
Views on gun rights are split down the middle for Americans, but more lean in favor of an assault weapons ban than in opposition of one, a poll by The Wall Street Journal and NBC News finds.
Montana hunting licenses can now be donated to a deserving disabled veteran, wildlife officials announced last week.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure that would have allowed Missourians to carry a concealed firearm without training or a permit.
A court date has been set for the ongoing patent suit by Magpul over alleged infringements involving its M-Lok and related accessory attachment devices.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed California Safety for All Act, viewed by some as the mother of all gun grabs, has been certified to appear on ballots in the upcoming general election.
The district attorney called the suspect a callous career criminal who he hoped would never again see the light of day.
Police can’t just go back to their cars and leave the scene once they get a call for service. No, they need to investigate and help ensure the public safety
The response to the Orlando shooting followed a familiar trend that included a passionate call for stricter regulation on firearms and an uptick in reported gun sales.