A federal appeals court explained why Wal-Mart shareholders do not have the right to decide if the company can sell guns that use high-capacity magazines.
With just 45,000 firearms registered under the SAFE Act out of an expected 1 million, both gun control and Second Amendment advocates are claiming victory.
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.
In 2013, National Rifle Association commentator Colion Noir weighed in on stopping mass shooters from becoming relevant and his words seem hauntingly valid today.
After a student asked about the shooting at Sandy Hook, Gigi Kearns explained what had happened. Days later, she was fired after a parent complained.
After two-years of trying, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System successfully pulled funds from the Remington Outdoor Company on June 5.
On Tuesday senior leaders with Remington left the company, less than a month after company owners decided to let investors cash out of the conglomerate.
With law enforcement about 45 minutes away and no room in the budget for a school resource officer, the Garden Valley School District opted for another way to keep children safe in the event a violent intruder enters the school.
Guns.com sat down and worked through the California Department of Justice’s assault weapon list of some registered 145,253 firearms, as well as the politics of the ban
Obtained via Public Records requests, Guns.com analyzed the California DOJ’s assault weapon list of some registered 145,253 firearms, as well as the politics of the ban.