While most advocates turn to strongly worded letters or picketing, a senior at Virginia Tech has upped the ante when it comes to protest and has been on a hunger strike for the right to carry.
After making a video slamming Lt. Gov. Newsom’s Prop. 63 ballot initiative, Olympian Kim Rhode was not one to sit idly by while Newsom tried to dismiss her fears via social media.
Attorney General Luther Strange announced a series of actions to remove gun prohibition signs at almost a dozen city-maintained sites across four counties.
A state lawmaker aims to introduce a measure that would codify the right to carry a concealed handgun in Utah without a permit.
Since a 2015 terror attack on military personnel, officials in Florida announced this week the state has rapidly processed tens of thousands of applications for permits for service members and veterans.
As someone that goes through 800 rounds daily to keep on top of her game, pro shooter and six-time Olympic champ Kim Rhode says that California’s Prop. 63 is wrong for gun owners.
The District of Columbia agreed to lift their prohibition on civilian ownership of Tasers on Monday as part of a lawsuit filed in federal court.
The California group gathering signatures for a set of Hail Mary ballot propositions to repeal seven pending anti-gun laws is throwing in the towel after falling far short of their goal.
Armed with an AR-15, four mags and a Molon Lebe knife, 20-year-old Conor Climo took to the streets of the Centennial Hills neighborhood of Las Vegas, but after he got some media attention, soon stood down.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, running for the Governor’s mansion in the future but backing an anti-gun ballot measure and a marijuana referendum this year, had his Facebook event hijacked.