We’re tracking orders to shutter — or keep open — firearms retailers across the country.
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The pandemic has inspired a surge in gun sales, but research shows that having a firearm in the house won’t necessarily help in a dangerous moment — and it will heighten other risks.
The group has frequently used crises to push fears about social disorder and gun restrictions.
Gun-rights advocates are criticizing the Garden State for the unprecedented move.
Caroline Light, author of “Stand Your Ground: America’s Love Affair with Armed Self-Defense,” explains how the gun industry uses fear to drive business.
Our West Coast correspondent, a longtime gun owner, breaks down the dos and don'ts of keeping a firearm in the house.
The global pandemic has wiped away three years of Wall Street gains, but the three publicly traded gunmakers have been buoyed by a surge in demand for their products.
Street outreach workers are doubling as messengers on avoiding infection.
Outbreaks in Washington State and California have motivated first-time gun buyers — many of them Asian-Americans worried about racist attacks stemming from fears about the virus.