The Alabama Supreme Court is sticking by its guns in a September decision where it found a law banning the open carry of a gun onto someone else’s property unconstitutional.
Washington, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier advised action by civilians to take down active shooters while she has only granted 40 concealed carry permits.
Texas State University debuted their proposed list of areas to remain gun free zones when a new campus carry law takes effect– and it’s expansive.
Even with two Republicans voting against the measure under pressure from their local sheriff, Florida’s open carry bill won the day in a tough vote.
The NYT is a reliable opponent of gun rights, but once in awhile, the opinion pieces are more than mere background noise and require our attention.
Lawmakers in Ohio gave their approval to a proposal that restores the right to carry concealed handguns in day care facilities, school safety zones, airports and other areas.
Sam Andrews, who organized the event, said part of the event’s goal was “to show that this right is not just for white people.”
Texas-derringer company, Bond Arms, acquired the assets and product line of Boberg Arms, which is known for a unique bullpup pistol design.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) on Friday vowed to drop veto ink on legislation that would allow concealed carry in some gun free zones.
Headed to Washington at the invitation of the White House is Mark Carman who started his ACRGO group last month and Guns.com speaks with him.