Justices in the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal over Illinois concealed carry regulations Monday, keeping in place an Illinois system that requires gun owners to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun.
A group of individual plaintiffs and a state Second Amendment organization filed suit in federal court Monday over Attorney General Maura Healey’s interpretation of the commonwealth’s gun ban.
A submachine gun, magazines, and bulletproof vest were stolen from an FBI agent’s car in California’s Bay Area earlier this month.
The Trump administration’s revamped White House website promises law and order and the protection of gun rights, as well as several other policy priorities for the new president.
Following the deadliest year in decades, the Windy City is already outpacing 2016’s shooting and homicide statistics after just 22 days.
Approximately 65,000 people attended the gun industry’s annual convention last week in Las Vegas, making it the second most attended SHOT Show in the event’s 39-year history.
The New Hampshire Senate passed legislation last week that would allow gun owners to carry a concealed firearm without a permit, and Gov. Chris Sununu was quick to voice his support for the bill.
A group of Tennessee faculties announced opposition to students carrying guns on college campuses, anticipating future legislation that may further unravel gun regulations in the state.
The day before the completion of his appointment last week, the head of the federal agency dedicated to wildlife conservation issued an order ending the use of lead ammo on service lands within five years.
Italian gun maker Beretta presented a PX4 Storm pistol customized specifically for body builder and Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno during SHOT Show last week.