Smith and Wesson stocks plummeted, dipping a dramatic 12 percent at the close of Friday, after the company unveiled plans to shift its focus towards the rugged, outdoor and accessories market.
A non-profit group looking to end gun violence released a new public service video Friday urging Americans to recognize warning signs of impending gun violence.
Smith & Wesson reported an increase of more than $26 million in second quarter earnings, continuing an upward trend in revenue for the company this year.
Federal background checks for gun sales in 2016 hit 24.7 million after another record breaking month in November.
Authorities in Utah are looking for two men who stole nine guns, including two machine guns, from a gun store in suburban Salt Lake City last weekend.
Nearly 90 percent of murderers in Harris County, Texas convicted since 2014 bought guns on the black market, a Houston news station reported Friday.
One officer likened the guns to “hazardous waste,” with most of them found after family members die and the finders unsure what to do with them.
Gun owners in Texas now have a better means to keep track of anti-gun establishments through a website and mobile app called Texas3006.
U.S. Marshals netted 195 fugitives in an operation termed Summer Burn aimed at nabbing violent career criminals in Arizona early Saturday morning.
Witnesses said it appeared three black males were involved in the burglary, one of whom stayed in the truck while the others grabbed the goods.