Entertainment Group’s Lawsuit Against Gun Manufacturers Dismissed with Prejudice
Court admonishes Primus Group for attempting to create firearms policy through the courts.
Pro-Gun Locals Rally Against New Laws, Town Mostly Rejects Target Shooting Restrictions on Private Land
Pennsylvania locals crowded into a Board of Supervisors meeting to voice concerns over proposed restrictions.
Smith & Wesson’s New Subcompact Lives Up to the M&P 2.0 Line’s Good Reputation
The ability to smoothly accept larger magazines makes this subcompact easier to practice with than others its size.
Stolen Rifle Returned After 20 Years in Washington Town’s Police Evidence Storage, Long Waits Typical Nationwide
The original owner of the stolen rifle died three years before its return.
North Carolina Prosecutors Overwhelmingly Drop Violent Gun Crime Charges, Report Shows
Gun laws abound, but most charges were not prosecuted in Mecklenburg County, N.C.
Lever-Action Rifle Voted ‘Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin’ in 2019 Contest
The contest results reflect the state’s high density of hunters.
S.C. Ford Dealer’s ‘God, Guns, and America’ Promo Spurs Sales, Conversations
Vehicle buyers received a Bible, voucher for an AR-15, and American flag.
Knoxville, Tenn., City Council Votes to Stop Accepting Gun Shows on City Property
“If gun owners aren’t concerned about this, they certainly should be.”
Pregnant Woman Stops Home Invasion Attack With AR-15-type Rifle
“[The intruders] came in with two normal pistols, and my AR stopped them.”
Report Downplays Connection for States with Highest Gun Purchases, Lowest Violent Crime Rates
Top 9 states for gun purchases also have low rates of violent crimes involving firearms.