The concern is that the recall of rifles with the defective trigger design, which has been linked to numerous injuries and deaths, will have a limited impact on preventing future accidents.
A judge ruled Thursday that a man who shot and injured an Ohio police officer in 1972 will not face a trial.
Many Americans believe it’s rather common for police officers to fire their service weapons, but reality paints a different picture, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
The U.S House of Representatives approved a resolution Thursday to overturn Obama-era regulations on wildlife management.
The Colorado Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee approved a bill Thursday that would allow lawful gun owners to conceal and carry handguns without a permit.
A Sacramento man has been sentenced to three years and five months in federal prison for manufacturing guns without a license and for possessing an unregistered machine gun.
Benjamin McDowell, 29, was arrested Wednesday in Myrtle Beach after buying a .40-caliber Glock and ammo from the undercover FBI agent for $109.
President Donald Trump again talked about Chicago during his feisty press conference Thursday, describing it as a city split between the rich and the poverty-stricken.
With signs that a historic swell in gun sales and associated background checks may be tapering, the federal government may soon tackle a logjam of denial appeals.
There’s a shooting contest with heart-shaped targets that couples must shoot out together, followed by fellowship, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.