NRA News commentator Colion Noir weighs in on the latest push to turn the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Database, the so-called “no fly list” into the “no gun buying list.”
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.
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.
The NYT is a reliable opponent of gun rights, but once in awhile, the opinion pieces are more than mere background noise and require our attention.
Lawmakers in Ohio gave their approval to a proposal that restores the right to carry concealed handguns in day care facilities, school safety zones, airports and other areas.
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.
Headed to Washington at the invitation of the White House is Mark Carman who started his ACRGO group last month and Guns.com speaks with him.
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.
Everytown’s latest ad comes as part of a campaign to urge President Obama to take executive action against private gun owners who sell their personal guns.