California has among the strictest gun laws in the country. Some of its neighbors are another story.
In 2017, Honor Defense was called out by the gun community for making weapons that can fire when dropped. Now a police officer is suing the company after he was shot by his.
Three Democratic senators sent a letter to the…
The new products can reliably fire 40 or more rounds before requiring reloading. They’re ending up in the hands of mass shooters.
Manufacturers cut lucrative licensing deals that allow toy companies to make replicas of their products. Since 2015, police have killed more than 150 people who were holding look-alike weapons.