The NRA often compares national concealed carry reciprocity, which passed the House this week, to driver’s licenses. Here's why that doesn't hold up.
While the National Rifle Association refers to reciprocity as “national right-to-carry,” courts have thus far not recognized such a right.
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Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee advanced the…
The most pro-gun lawmaker in gun-friendly Texas says Sunday’s mass shooting at a…
One in four handgun owners — about nine million people — have carried a loaded handgun in the last 30 days, the survey also found.
States that give concealed-weapons licenses to anyone who meets basic criteria have higher…
As permitless carry continues to gain steam across the U.S.
The law takes effect in two weeks.
The ruling is at odds with several other Circuit Court decisions on concealed carry — upping the odds for an eventual Supreme Court showdown.
The finding comes as the NRA is endorsing state bills to make licensing and instruction optional for concealed carriers.
Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.