The Social Security Administration has released the details of how it proposes to identify some recipients for bans on possessing and acquiring firearms.
More Americans from all over the political spectrum support the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, according to survey results released Monday by the trade association for the gun industry.
Gov. Mary Fallin this week signed a bipartisan measure to grant the right for Oklahomans to hunt with a suppressor on both public and private land.
The Senate passed a House measure Wednesday that would allow Oklahomans to openly carry of handgun without having to first obtain a permit.
Josh Waldron has striven to move the business of suppressors from an obscure industry to a household item in the past eight years and wants to bring them to all 50 states, NFA-free.
The sponsor of a bill that would drop gun free zones at Tennessee public university and colleges for employees with carry permits had a quick reaction to threats by some school faculty to leave.
A measure that would let Alabamians seek better deals on concealed carry permits from sheriffs other than their own passed with unanimous approval Tuesday.
Both sides of the gun debate have locked horns over the best way to go about protecting a coveted demographic — young women.
The Kentucky Republican has introduced legislation to allow more due process for those reported to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System by the VA and Social Security Administrations.
The Everytown-backed voter referendum to mandate background checks on all gun transfers will be Question 1 in font at the polls this November.