Atty Gen. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Ohioans with a valid concealed handgun license no longer have to jump through the hoop of getting an additional background check when buying a firearm.
In what opponents call a “desperate” and “misleading” attack, a gun control group is throwing stacks of cash to support New Hampshire’s Gov. Hassan’s bid for the Senate.
A popular Senate measure in front of Gov. David Ige would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Rap Back” program.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is proposing to change how suppressors are marked, leaving trade groups and manufacturers puzzled.
An LGBT gun rights group is firing back at Gavin Newsom over comments he made on social media bashing opposition from the within the Trans community to his gun control push.
SilencerCo founder Josh Waldron spoke with Guns.com about his vision for the company’s integrally-suppressed Maxim 9 and its distribution schedule.
The Assembly will soon take up a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate President in an effort to beat Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control knockout blow.
The National Rifle Association’s Executive Director weighed in on the upcoming Presidential election and conjured a specter of a “fixed” run by the Clinton machine on the White House.
The opening speaker of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action’s Leadership Forum in Louisville on Friday centered his singular focus on Hillary Clinton’s gun policy.
Heckler and Koch’s semi-auto send up of their classic MP5 sub gun still brings a delayed roller locked bolt and old-school diopter barrel sight– but doesn’t need a stamp.