The Business of Guns
The proposal comes after an investigation by The Trace and The New Yorker found that thieves are exploiting lax security and stealing thousands of weapons that end up on the black market.
Manufacturers cut lucrative licensing deals that allow toy companies to make replicas of their products. Since 2015, police have killed more than 150 people who were holding look-alike weapons.
The company seeks compensation for the destruction of $20 million worth of banned bump stocks.
The latest chapter in the extended legal battle could — emphasis on could — puncture the gun industry's immunity from lawsuits.
Experts say the Trump administration's push to weaken oversight of gun exports could worsen the Central American refugee crisis
According to two government reports, officials are approving sales without adequate information about how the guns may be used, and are failing to notify Congress of large-scale deals.
Forced by investors to consider the prospect of developing smart…
Americans usually stock up on firearms when new restrictions are in the air. But not last year.
The first smart guns were unreliable, hackable, and a bad fit for their intended customers. Now several upstart companies think they can learn from the mistakes of the past.
President Obama sought to stiffen enforcement of a federal rule that says frequent gun dealers need government authorization. Data show the crackdown never materialized.