Switzerland Gun Sales Increase After Terror Attacks, Violent Crime Remains Low

Firearm sales increased by almost 50 percent in parts of Switzerland after the terror attacks in Paris last year and Brussels this spring.

Switzerland Fights European Union on Gun Right Sovereignty

NRA-ILA supports the Swiss effort to maintain their constitutional sovereignty.

Switzerland Rejects Plan For Universal Firearms Registration

The Swiss Parliament has blocked a government proposal to introduce mandatory registration for all firearms, including those obtained before 2008.

Switzerland Might No Longer Remain Neutral—On Guns

Voters this May will cast ballots to reject tighter firearm restrictions.

Switzerland Resists European Union’s Gun Control Plans

The Swiss are resisting efforts by the European Union to impose further restrictions on firearm ownership, warning that such moves could disarm thousands of law-abiding citizens, Business Insider reports.

Panama Lifts Ban On Gun Imports To Protect Citizens

“We will follow in the footsteps of the United States and Switzerland, where the right to bear arms is believed to lead to fewer homicides.”

Swiss Object To EU Gun Control Schemes—Again

Once again, the European Union parliament has approved proposals to restrict gun ownership, calling for severe limits on magazine capacity for semi-autos and an expanded gun registry, among other things.

Terrorism In Europe Spurs Demand For Defensive Weapons Across The Continent

In the wake of this year’s increasing terrorist attacks in France, Belgium and Germany, applications for permits to own weapons—both firearms and non-lethal so-called “scare devices”—are rising in at least four countries.

European Union Moves To Restrict Semi-Auto Firearms, Some Member Nations Resist

Interior ministers of the European Union agreed Friday to seek tighter restrictions on civilian access to semi-automatic and deactivated firearms in the 28-member nations of the EU, the EU Observer reports.

Mexico Asks U.S. To Ban Popular Semi-Auto Rifles

According to a recent report at GlobalTimes.cn, Mexico’s foreign minister has chosen to meddle in the U.S. gun-control debate, calling on Congress to restrict the sale of so-called “assault weapons” in the United States.

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