At least two national petitions have begun this week, accompanied by op-ed pieces, seeking the ouster of a Yahoo news personality over a controversial anti-gun film.
Atty Gen. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Ohioans with a valid concealed handgun license no longer have to jump through the hoop of getting an additional background check when buying a firearm.
A gun control documentary has received some criticism for the way it was edited and the director said it wasn’t meant to make pro-gun people look bad.
In what opponents call a “desperate” and “misleading” attack, a gun control group is throwing stacks of cash to support New Hampshire’s Gov. Hassan’s bid for the Senate.
An organization called The Caliber Collection and a NJ politician have developed a program that turns buy back and seized firearms into jewelry.
The UK’s Guardian got escorted out of SHOT Show this year and wasn’t issued media creds for the NRA Meeting in Louisville, but that didn’t stop them from getting schooled on gun rights.
A popular Senate measure in front of Gov. David Ige would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Rap Back” program.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is proposing to change how suppressors are marked, leaving trade groups and manufacturers puzzled.
Ted Nugent has been re-elected to the board of directors of the NRA. Is his persona and reputation a benefit or a harm to gun rights?
An LGBT gun rights group is firing back at Gavin Newsom over comments he made on social media bashing opposition from the within the Trans community to his gun control push.