House Democrats have introduced a bill which seeks to restrict online ammunition purchases as well as track large orders. The Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015, introduced by Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), would require people who purchase ammunition online to display a photo ID in-person in order to receive the order. It would also require ammunition sellers to report to the Attorney General’s office any time they sell 1,000 rounds or more over a 5 day period to the same buyer.
A court has ordered New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to release records from his SAFE Act’s assault weapons registry immediately as a result of a lawsuit filed against him by a radio talk show host.
Country music star Brantley Gilbert showed off his new pro-gun ink on his Instagram yesterday. “I wanted to take my support of the 2nd amendment to another level, so my boy Carl Grace came by the house and hooked me up yesterday!!!” he said of the tattoo in his post.
At least three times in the last year the Capitol Police officers have left loaded firearms in various bathrooms around the Capitol Building. The incidents have involved the security details for top congressional leaders and a child even came in contact with one of the lost firearms.
A bill introduced in the House of Representatives would remove race and ethnicity reporting requirements on Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) background checks for firearm purchases.
A Chicago man was able to shoot another who’d opened fire on a crowd of people in the city’s Logan Circle neighborhood on Friday night. The man who ended the shooting was in the area dropping off a customer from his Uber as the perpetrator began firing. Chicago officials said they will not be charging the Uber driver with any crimes since he was legally license to carry a firearm.
It’s 3 P.M. on a Friday and I’m in the Arizona desert holding a fully automatic short barreled Vietnam-era Colt M16A1. I’m running toward a trench. As I jump into the trench I load a 30-round magazine into the gun, hit the bolt release, and start firing.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) received more than 310,000 comments from the public on the agency’s failed attempt to ban a popular form of ammunition used in AR-15 rifles.