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 finding comes as the NRA is endorsing state bills to make licensing and instruction optional for concealed carriers.
What the Bronx Hospital Shooting Does (and Doesn’t) Tell Us About New York’s Strict Assault Weapons Ban
It’s not about what the gun looks like — it’s how many rounds it holds.
Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.
How higher speed, greater mass, and more surface area increase the damage that rounds can do to human bodies.
That's according to an analysis of 25 years of incidents.
Most dealers located near a recent burglary did not recall being contacted.
Here's how the furor fits into the conspiratorial playbook of Second Amendment organizations.