The National Rifle Association was under fire this week for opposing a bill that would essentially bar those on the U.S. government’s secret terrorist watchlist from obtaining guns.
An attorney representing a California FFL holder whose extensive firearm collection was seized in dramatic fashion by authorities is claiming his rights have been violated.
The National Rifle Association on Wednesday defended itself against claims that the gun rights group has lost its way and doesn’t represent the views of its members.
Even with two Republicans voting against the measure under pressure from their local sheriff, Florida’s open carry bill won the day in a tough vote.
A proposal that would have further strengthened the Sunshine State’s self-defense statutes fell by the wayside Monday in a House subcommittee vote.
Harvey Lembo’s lawyer said the suit is about ensuring people like him are given the opportunity to use their constitutional rights to defend themselves.
A California court on Thursday refused to halt Los Angeles’s enforcement of a new ban on magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds.
The National Rifle Association on Wednesday published a review of the Armatix iP1 smart gun they have been sitting on for 16 months, and it was not glowing.
The Santa Cruz city council will hear a proposal in coming weeks that would require gun owners report lost or stolen firearms within five days and keep guns not in use locked up.
A hard-fought effort by gun control groups to turn Virginia’s Senate blue failed while Republicans also won governor’s races in Mississippi and Kentucky.