In an interview with the Washington Post, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens lamented about the Supreme Court’s 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller decision and said, “there’s no need for all the guns we have in the country and if I could get rid of one thing it would be to get rid of that whole gun climate.”
A pro-gun group in Colorado has filed a lawsuit to try and halt a controversial “red flag” gun bill that was passed into law last month.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he is considering “red flag” gun legislation in the wake of mass shootings that target places of worship.
On Wednesday, National Rifle Association board member Lt. Col. (ret) Allen West shed more light on the election of the group’s officers during a closed-door session of the board’s meeting.
A nine-and-a-half-hour-long National Rifle Association board of directors meeting ended Monday night with few publicly announced changes to the leadership or operation of the organization.
That’s the word I kept hearing repeated as women gathered in Texas hill country last week for A Girl & A Gun’s sold out national conference.
A federal judge struck down California’s ban on the possession of magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. On Friday Judge Roger T. Benitez of the District Court for the Southern District of California ruled the confiscation effort is unconstitutional.
Colorado’s Democratic-controlled House on Monday approved a controversial “red flag” gun control bill that would allow courts to order the temporary seizure of firearms from individuals deemed to be a risk.
Several gun dealers in Central and Southern Illinois are closing their businesses rather than pay what they’re saying is thousands of dollars in costs to comply with a law enacted last month.
Smith & Wesson announced on Friday it will not pursue so-called smart guns or abandon any of its current product line despite pressure from a group of investors.