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.
A group of gun rights organizations filed suit in federal court on Tuesday claiming New Jersey is violating their First Amendment rights by threatening criminal charges against those who share gun blueprints online.
The Washington Free Beacon is sending intrepid firearms reporter Stephen Gutowski to cover SHOT Show, the firearms industry’s trade show, from Jan. 21 to 24 along with video producer Zach Hanover.
A newspaper columnist and nonprofit president announced last week he would not comply with a gun ban ordinance passed in his Colorado hometown.
An armed New Hampshire man is being praised by police for his decision to intervene and stop a drunk driver trying to flee after he crashed into a number of cars and a restaurant in the final hours of 2018.
A federal judge ruled on Friday that nunchucks are protected by the Second Amendment and New York’s ban on nunchuck ownership is unconstitutional
A South Carolina woman shot and killed an escaped inmate who broke into her home armed with an improvised weapon early Tuesday morning.
An Alabama gun owner shot by police who mistook him for an active shooter had his back turned when police opened fire, an attorney for the man’s family said Monday.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D., Calif.) suggested the United States government would use nuclear weapons in a theoretical war against gun rights supporters who refuse to give up assault weapons.