Claiming individuals are using the law as a reason to take someone’s life, a group of senate Democrats want to make a major change to the state’s self-defense statutes.
The Alabama Supreme Court is sticking by its guns in a September decision where it found a law banning the open carry of a gun onto someone else’s property unconstitutional.
In light of the recent attacks in Paris, European ministers met in Brussels last week to establish new gun control measures to include a ban on semi-auto firearms.
Authorities arrested a recently discharged Army Reserve soldier with a criminal history in connection with the theft of 16 guns from his former armory in Worcester.
The Board of Supervisors is weighing a new ordinance that would require anyone in San Francisco, including police, who leave a gun in a vehicle to secure it first.
An attorney representing a California FFL holder whose extensive firearm collection was seized in dramatic fashion by authorities is claiming his rights have been violated.
The Washington D.C. based Violence Policy Center has reissued a familiar call from the organization to ban “military-style assault weapons,” following recent terror attacks.
Texas State University debuted their proposed list of areas to remain gun free zones when a new campus carry law takes effect– and it’s expansive.
A New Jersey man lost his rights to his entire gun collection in an appeals court ruling Wednesday, seized due to a protective order on his wife from her father.
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.