An add-on to the 2016 NDAA includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP 1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
Vice Principal Ryan Rollinger rushed to the take on a 16-year-old student who had just shot the principal of a South Dakota high school Wednesday.
A federal court this week dismissed the case of an Ohio man who sought to have his firearms rights restored after a misdemeanor domestic violence charge 18 years ago.
A federal appeals court Monday heard oral arguments over laws limiting magazine capacity and expanding background checks to include almost all firearm sales.
Two firearms industry groups are continuing their legal battle against California’s microstamping requirement on new semi-auto handguns.
A crowd of protesters picketed Nova Firearms in McLean, Virginia on Saturday, after the recently relocated store reopened about 100 feet from an area elementary school.
In delivering the eulogy Saturday for an aide killed by a stray bullet on a New York City street, Gov. Andrew Cuomo stepped up his calls for national gun control.
The two-day event in Phoenix covers a broad array of gun issues including legal cases, state and federal legislation, culture and politics.
Despite some of the tightest gun control on the planet, an English man was able to acquire a handgun, extended mags and explosives as part of a plot to attack his former school.
A concealed carry permit holder in Warren, Michigan found himself face to face with a bank robber and shot the man three times.