Citing a survey of 310 people across the two states, gun control organizations in Washington and Oregon are working together to enact a California-style ban on the sale of some semi-auto firearms.
A priest coughed up $3,000 in a charitable raffle so that the AR-15 would not get a chance to run free and “be used to kill kids in schools, kill people in a movie theater, kill people at an office party or at any other place of mass shootings.” #NotTheOnion.
After petitions and statements by some seeking to bring their firearms to the Republican National Convention and others pressing to ban guns in Cleveland, the outcome was largely anticlimactic.
President Obama approved a bipartisan Senate measure to grant local police and emergency responders access to existing federal money for active shooter training.
Saying he could “no longer stay silent” the billionaire retired professional basketball player and principal owner and chairman of the Charlotte Hornets put his money where his mouth is.
The Charleston County Government passed a resolution earlier this month calling for a ban on some semi-automatic firearms and their magazines.
The Attorney General of California has prepared the title and summary for six referendums on the ballot in November to repeal a gun control package recently signed into law, and a seventh is in the works.
An attack that left 10 dead, including the 18-year-old Munich-born Iranian-German dual national perpetrator, has resulted in calls for more firearm restrictions.
Jonathan Field gets rid of the stupid safeties, goes full Vogue dump mag (with clips) capable of holding 325 rounds, adds a collapsible buttstock, pistol grip, bayonet(s), and some Scope mouthwash in his build for a non-Massachusetts compliant assaulty weapon.
A group of 48 House and 10 Senate members are taking the Massachusetts attorney general to task for her efforts to ban “copycat” AR-15s and AKs as protests from gun owners mount.