By requiring states to recognize one another's gun permits, the legislation would dramatically expand where gun owners can bring their weapons.
Proposals to repeal training and license requirements for carrying firearms in public are gaining steam — no thanks to the NRA, say the activists behind the movement.
State Republicans Are In Their Strongest Position In a Century. And They’re Ready to Dismantle Two Big Gun Restrictions.
Bills to end training and licensing requirements for concealed carry and to allow guns on college campuses loom as pivotal fights for 2017.
The updated national concealed carry reciprocity measure, revised to accommodate the growing permitless carry movement, ties in with the NRA's top legislative priority.
Police are recovering greater numbers of high-caliber firearms from crime scenes — a trend experts say could be driving up lethality rates.
New rule clears way for open and concealed carry at military posts, recruiting centers, and other Department of Defense facilities.
In Utah, we found at least 400,000 reasons to expect that to loosen safety standards.
The Sacramento Sheriff Says Concealed Carriers Aren’t a Threat to Public Safety. So Why Does He Keep Revoking Their Permits?
Scott Jones’s department has withdrawn more licenses than any other in California.
Its call for the party to bar all armed security from its Philadelphia gathering makes for punchy rhetoric, but wobbly logic.
Drivers who transport unsecured firearms introduce dangerous risks, especially when a curious child is in tow.
A veto override will make West Virginia the ninth state to allow gun owners to carry without a license. At least 19 others are considering similar legislation.
A niche fashion market has sprung up that caters to female concealed carriers. But the products ignore how a lot of women actually use handbags, and experts say the accessories are hazardous at best.