Smugglers who run weapons across the southern border are loyal customers.
In Big Reversal, Supporters of Regulating Bump Stocks Now Outnumber Opponents 3 to 1 in Comments to ATF
One expert characterized the findings of The Trace's analysis as “more evidence that gun regulation advocates are closing the participation gap.”
While widespread public support exists for many gun regulations and policies, pro-gun advocates are significantly more active than their counterparts when it comes to engaging politicians and government agencies.
Ballistics Imaging Helped Phoenix Police Solve 9 Fatal Shootings. Why Don’t More Departments Make Better Use of It?
The technology — a national database of ballistic images that matches guns and shell casings recovered by police — is not new, but underutilized.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives took what could be the…
"Burying your head in the sand won't change the truth and it won't solve the problem," a mayoral spokesman responds.
When the first bump stock came across Rick Vasquez’s desk in 2010, he…
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives traced more firearms in the…
Republicans in the House are making another run at gutting an ATF rule requiring border-state dealers to report suspect rifle sales.
Posed in closed-door meetings, the agency's inquiry follows a Trump administration directive to slash government rules.
Sellers of "solvent traps" were pushing the legal envelope. The bureau noticed.