A review of statewide licensing requirements shows that in more than half the country, applicants are not required to demonstrate their shooting ability.
On a forum moderated by an NRA board member, concealed carriers claim that a new law is leaving them unwelcome at more private businesses.
A niche fashion market has sprung up that caters to women who own firearms. But experts claim that handbag and bra holsters are hazardous, at best.
Amid reports of a rise in backcountry shooting, a look back at the maneuvering that brought more firearms into America's most protected open spaces.
He's at least the second driver to part ways with the company after violating its recent gun ban.
Inside the long, twisted, and occasionally very personal battle over Ohio's concealed-carry records.
Thirteen years after 9/11, why do passengers continue to stow guns in their carry-ons?