Phil Murphy, the Democratic nominee for governor, pledged Thursday to enact many of the gun-control measures that Republican Gov. Chris Christie has denied if he is elected in November, raising the likelihood that so-called smart guns will hit the market in New Jersey and .50-caliber rifles will be purged from it.
Utah lawmakers are questioning the state Bureau of Criminal Identification's authority to nearly double the cost of obtaining a concealed firearms permit.
Two RTD security guards fired their weapons Wednesday night in the shooting of a 43-year-old man outside the light rail station on Sheridan Boulevard.
Dispatch received a call from an unnamed male subject claiming that he had just shot an intruder on his neighbor’s property approximately 20 miles West on Highway 160 and he believed the subject to be shot.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced that government officials of Wisconsin and West Virginia have worked out a formal reciprocity agreement where each state will honor concealed carry permits issued by the other.
Tracy Stalnaker, 53, armed himself with a knife and chased the other man, who in turn shot Stalnaker, said Sgt. Brian Humphreys, a spokesman for the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office.
A home intruder is in custody after he met the owner of the home he was trying to break into the hard way in the early hours this morning.
In 2014, the Mississippi Legislature created an annual tax break on firearms, ammunition, archery equipment and certain hunting supplies during the first full weekend of September. In 2015, state lawmakers moved the Second Amendment sales tax holiday to the last full weekend in August so that sportsmen can enjoy savings further in advance of going afield.
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The Utah Shooting Sports Council and National Rifle Association are mobilizing supporters to speak against the $20 increase at the Administrative Rules Review Committee meeting at the state Capitol. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. in Room 445.
Two state representatives and a former candidate for the state House filed a referendum Tuesday that would repeal a new state law that allows officials to seize a person's firearms if they pose a danger to themselves or family members.
New Jersey officials are moving to regulate the sale of stun guns after a gun rights group won a lawsuit challenging a statewide ban on them.
Tomorrow night, the Moraga Town Council will be holding a public meeting to discuss a number of proposed anti-gun ordinances for the town. The proposal includes mandating the locked storage of firearms “at all times in any residence” and an ordinance regulating the location on where firearm dealers may operate.
Please make plans now to join NRA-ILA at the NRA Carry Guard Expo in Milwaukee, this weekend! Among the many great weekend seminars, NRA-ILA will be holding a Second Amendment Legislative Update on Saturday, August 26th from 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. in Room 201B.
An altercation at a swimming hole in Alabama on Sunday turned deadly when two men followed a woman to her home in Theodore, only to be met by the woman’s father, who was armed with a shotgun.
A gun-toting 57-year-old woman fought off a would-be robber who tried to take her purse outside a west Little Rock grocery store, according to police.
A 23-year-old clerk at a Circle K convenience store shot at a man who tried reaching into his register late Sunday. Wichita police Officer Charley Davidson said a man went into the store at 2356 S.Seneca at about 9 p.m. and purchased an item. When the register opened, he jumped the counter.
The Wenas Target Shooting Advisory Committee (WTSAC) has been working over the summer to identify potential solutions to address concerns about recreational shooting in the Wenas Wildlife Area.
Gun owners were justifiably disappointed June 26, when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Peruta v. California. The denial was a setback in NRA’s efforts to secure judicial recognition that the Second Amendment protects the right to bear arms outside the home. For now, misguided state and local governments will continue to deny their residents’ Right-to-Carry.
One of two candidates vying to replace Seattle Councilmember Tim Burgess wants voters to double down on the city’s gun tax.