A controversial Pennsylvania enacted last year which allows third parties to sue municipalities over local gun codes stronger than the state’s was overturned Thursday.
Gov. Scott Walker (R) signed legislation that formerly ended the state’s nearly 40-year-old mandatory waiting period for purchases of pistols and revolvers.
Geof Peabody doesn’t just teach those in his classes how to safely handle a gun and hit the target, his classes go further and delve into disarming a potential threat.
President Obama appeared on an Internet podcast in Los Angeles and blamed the National Rifle Association for standing in the way of common sense gun laws.
Belinda Padilla, chief executive of Armatix USA, the leading maker of so-called “smart guns,” seems to have missed the memo on safe firearms handling.
Gun rights groups are backing legislation introduced Wednesday by House Republicans that would narrow the scope of language classifying certain types of ammunition.
Democrats on Thursday led by U.S. Senators Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal debuted a proposal to help bring handgun purchasing permits nationwide.
A Washington-based political watchdog group this week joined the call on the federal government to audit the National Rifle Association, saying the group failed to properly disclose its political activity over a six-year period.
The state Senate agreed 38-1 that a House bill to allow firearm safety and accident prevention training for elementary students in Louisiana schools was a good idea.
Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo issued a directive to his department this week ending the long-standing handgun registration requirement effective immediately.