In HAIL, Kentucky photographer Garrett O. Hansen turns spent rounds and shredded targets into art.
A reminder that a policy promoted as necessary for personal security can lead to public safety risks.
Unlike other tech giants, Facebook allows licensed gun dealers to use its platforms to peddle firearms. But that’s no guarantee that those dealers will always operate lawfully.
The ruling is at odds with several other Circuit Court decisions on concealed carry — upping the odds for an eventual Supreme Court showdown.
Burglaries just reached a record high. But right now, firearms dealers aren’t compelled to secure their inventories.
Republicans in the House are making another run at gutting an ATF rule requiring border-state dealers to report suspect rifle sales.
The city has launched an ambitious program to collect DNA from every gun recovered by police. But questions remain about effectiveness, and cost.
What draws people to the NRA? What pushes them away? This summer, we’re talking to gun owners about their experiences in and out of the group.
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That’s at least one every 32 hours.
The finding comes as the NRA is endorsing state bills to make licensing and instruction optional for concealed carriers.