Unlike other tech giants, Facebook allows licensed gun dealers to use its platforms to peddle firearms. But that’s no guarantee that those dealers will always operate lawfully.
The Business of Guns
Congress considers doing away with an 83-year-old restriction on devices that make firearms quieter.
Lawsuit alleges “serious malfunctions” in pistols provided by Sig Sauer, which just won a massive contract to outfit the Army with new sidearms.
Lead Exposure at Shooting Ranges Poses a ‘Significant and Unmanaged’ Public Health Risk, Study Finds
Its authors call for widespread adoption of lead-free ammunition.
They say the platform’s new restrictions are cutting into their advertising earnings, with little explanation for the change.
Remington has laid off more than 100 employees in the last month. One executive said the company was “expecting a different political climate.”
Armatix hopes its 9mm handgun will ease law enforcement's concerns about reliability.
If the deal is rejected, the class action could go to trial.
As firearms makers prepare for their top trade show, analysts size up an industry that can no longer count on adversarial politicians to boost sales.
The holiday shopping bonanza defied expectations of a post-election slowdown.
At Top Guns in Terre Haute, Indiana, customers are “purchasing items they’re hoping will be grandfathered in,” the store’s manager said.
The agency gets more than 1,000 requests for gun traces each day. But most local libraries have more advanced record-keeping systems.