Anti-gun activists would like to turn us into a nation of wimps. To some, this will sound obvious, while others will think I’m exaggerating.
A survey of nearly 1,300 parents in Missouri and Illinois found three-quarters believe pediatricians should counsel patients on safe firearm storage practices in the home, though only one-third reported having such conversations with doctors.
Sixty-six percent of the over 3,900 respondents indicated that it’s at least sometimes appropriate for docs to talk guns. Thirty-four percent thought otherwise.
According to Rob Pincus, owner of I.C.E. Training, storing—his word was staging—a firearm in a safe in a child’s bedroom is a good idea.
Police received the tip, concerning the welfare of a child, but when they arrived, discovered a felon with two dozen long guns, handguns and drugs.
Lawmakers were able to push a measure lifting the ban on suppressors in The Land of Lincoln halfway through the legislature Tuesday night.
If you are at the range and you find that you can’t open the bolt carrier group of your AR15 rifle do not stick a cleaning rod down the barrel of the gun.
GunTV programming is now broadcasting to well over 20 million homes in the U.S. Launched in April, GunTV gives viewers a means to purchase guns and gear without leaving home.
According to a recent article in The Guardian, 23 toddlers have shot themselves or others so far this year, an increase from 18 shot last year.
In their ninth Democratic presidential debate on Thursday in Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton remained locked in a war of words on gun control and industry liability.