A bill to strike the prohibition of silencers in Illinois, one of just eight states that still outlaws the items, made it through committee this week and may get a vote in the Senate.
Police in Indianapolis say a 4-year-old girl accidentally shot herself and her mother Sunday morning.
City leaders in San Jose, the third-largest city in the state, are evaluating a plan that would require gun owners to secure their firearms when they are not in use.
After a rocky start, the niche German firearms company specializing in personalized handguns is bringing a 9mm version and a vow they are not aiming “to replace conventional guns.”
Dr. John Lott says he tipped off CDC officials to a potential error in Tennessee’s accidental gun shot death reports.
As I sat at my table cleaning the gunk off, it occurred to me to share the best tool ever for this job. Enter the Combat Application Tool (CAT).
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.