The California Department of Justice without comment last week withdrew a proposed rule updating the state’s regulations on bullet buttons and “assault weapon” registration.
Some are hopeful the new management in Washington will be able to lift barriers to overseas firearm imports erected over the years.
The Pittsburgh Presbytery is calling on parishioners to destroy any “assault weapons” that they own and to work for greater gun control generally.
Two of the top three most-viewed bills on Congress.gov last year involved proposals centered around gun politics.
This year’s referendum bans standard capacity magazines that were formerly grandfathered in under the previous restrictions and imposed background checks.
Among those standing in long lines to buy guns soon deemed by pending California law to be “assault rifles” was a peaceful man who believed in getting an AK while he still could.
Georgia State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver is back with a sweeping proposal to ban most semi-automatic firearms although the same legislation tanked in the Georgia House last session.
With the election, recent stories of civil unrest, hunting season and the upcoming holidays, analysts wanted to know more about how well Sturm, Ruger & Company’s AR rifles are selling.
New Yorkers looking to enter the modular sporting rifle market now have one more option in the Standard Manufacturing line of AR-15s.
A poll released this week by Gallup found the lowest support of a ban on firearms classified by some as “assault weapons” in the 20 years they have asked the question.