A pair of gun-rights groups announced they filed a lawsuit against Seattle’s restrictive gun-storage ordinance on Friday because they say it violates Washington state law.
A candidate in the Democratic primary for Pennsylvania’s First Congressional District was spotted driving a Mercedes E Class BlueTEC luxury sedan to a recent campaign event despite telling a local paper he doesn’t “drive fancy cars.”
The National Rifle Association announced a membership drive on Thursday with the goal of signing up 100,000 new members in the next 100 days.
One of the nation’s leading gun-control advocacy groups announced plans on Friday to spend upwards of $1 million in the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial and attorney general races even though a similar spending effort failed to flip control of the state senate in 2015.
August 2017 saw more gun-related background checks than any other August on record, documents released Wednesday show.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) announced on Monday it will make disaster relief funds available to members whose gun-related businesses were affected by the unprecedented flooding in the path of Hurricane Harvey.
A coalition of 21 state attorneys general filed a brief on Friday urging the Supreme Court to hear a case against Maryland’s assault weapons ban.