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.
Although California has had an “assault weapon” ban since 1989, the 26-year-old felon and gang member was able to obtain a rifle classified as such under state law.
The 19-year-old was busted in August after he tried to purchase an M-16 and a MAC-10 from an undercover officer.
Citing a 310-person survey conducted by gun control groups as a mandate, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson debuted his plan for a ban on “assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.”
Citing a survey of 310 people across the two states, gun control organizations in Washington and Oregon are working together to enact a California-style ban on the sale of some semi-auto firearms.
The Charleston County Government passed a resolution earlier this month calling for a ban on some semi-automatic firearms and their magazines.
The Gun Shop Watchlist aims to become a network for vetted firearms dealers to discourage bad behavior while respecting the Constitution.