Missoula City Council approved an ordinance Monday requiring background checks on private gun sales and transfers.
Commissioners voted 7-1 on Saturday to limit the use of “excessively large” caliber rifle cartridges and prohibit the use of laser tracking rifles by sportsmen for taking game in the state.
Nevadans for Background Checks fired off another round of ads Friday urging voters to approve Question 1 in the Nov. 8 election.
Brazilian gun maker, Taurus, furnished one of its limited run 10th Anniversary Judge revolvers for auction on Gunbroker.com with all proceeds benefiting the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action.
Armed with a study from a gun control group, supporters of Washington’s I-1491 voter referendum argue that in states where similar measures were adopted lives were saved.
The city council approved a measure that will mandate gun lock usage, the reporting of lost or stolen firearms and ban leaving guns in unattended vehicles.
The NRA has been sparring with a national gun control group over their respective picks for the Missouri Senate race.
Legislation designed to prevent Pennsylvania municipalities from enacting firearm ordinances over and above state law advanced to the House floor Tuesday.
The National Rifle Association responded to a political ad showing the Missouri secretary of state assembling an AR-15 rifle to illustrate his military bonafides.
Distributed by French motion picture company EuropaCorp– who brought you such hits as “Being W” and “Human zoo”– comes a movie about a gun control lobbyist.