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A U.S. judge on Tuesday struck down a nearly century-old California law that banned handgun ads at gun shops, saying the state failed to show it would prevent suicides or crime.
​News this week of Nike featuring NFL player Colin Kaepernick, as part of their "Just Do It" campaign has caused an uproar across the country.
​SentryShield releases a new bulletproof backpack insert available in two sizes, able to accommodate backpacks or handbags.
The National Rifle Association is currently fighting a legal battle to resist efforts by the New York Attorney General to punish any corporation or financial institution that does business with the NRA.
Thousands of people are enjoying Gathering Place, but a few have been escorted out of the park for carrying guns, some even banned from going back.
This week the nation was subjected to an embarrassing and undignified spectacle of obstructionist partisan politics surrounding the confirmation hearings of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court.
​The Idaho 2nd Amendment Alliance’s Gun Rights Rally was held Saturday in Downtown Boise, and people from North Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah and California gathered in Boise to state their case about gun rights.
Quick action by a vigilant pro-Second Amendment student at the University of Kansas has resulted in shutting down a professor’s anti-gun syllabus.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings on Thursday saw a number of Senators ask about his take on the nation’s gun laws.
​In 2014, Texas Open Carry enthusiasts began wandering into fast-food joints and city squares, lugging their big guns and generally freaking people out.
With mass shootings becoming a growing issue in the U.S., many are left wondering how such tragedies could be prevented, especially in schools. While some lawmakers argue in favor of legislative solutions, others support more direct and immediate actions
Sometime in the next year, Philadelphia-based startup LodeStar Firearms says it will release the first commercially viable smart gun, a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun with a user-recognition lock designed to allow only authenticated users to fire it.
A judge has ruled that the University of Missouri's campus ban on concealed guns doesn't conflict with state law.
The media’s pro-gun-control bias doesn’t just distort news coverage. TV networks have used their primetime entertainment shows to portray gun rights advocates as dishonest, extremist and unconcerned about the loss of innocent lives.
Nearly 30 years after California became the first state to ban the sale of assault weapons and embarked on a path toward the strictest firearm laws in the nation, legislators have sent Gov. Jerry Brown nine new gun-control bills in response to a surge in mass shootings.
Florida State University is facing a lawsuit from a local pro-gun group over its ban on firearms in vehicles. FSU President John Trasher, no stranger to lawsuits brought against him by Florida Carry, was named in the new legal challenge from the group filed last week in a Leon County court.
​There are two camps of handgun hunters: modern and traditional. Yet, Sturm, Ruger & Company’s new Super Redhawk 10mm revolver blends them together nicely while setting a new course for the cartridge.
Most court watchers assumed that Justice Anthony Kennedy, who supported Heller, was one of the judges turning away gun cases. If Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's choice to replace Kennedy, is confirmed by the Senate, he seems unlikely to follow suit.
​A gun-rights group is again suing Florida State University claiming that although the school amended its student handbook allowing concealed weapons in vehicles, it still prohibits rifles and shotguns.
​A shock 2016 study argued that the U.S. accounted for nearly one-third of all mass shootings, sparking global headlines about the dangers of an American gun culture.
​While the media is busy covering Ron DeSantis and overreacting to a completely innocent statement that he made, Floridians (and others around the country) have something more significant to think about.

Study: Gun owners more politically active

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A new study concludes gun owners remain one of the most politically active voting blocks in America.
​After an especially bloody weekend in Paterson, including four people shot Sunday night, it was up to Mayor Andre Sayegh to speak to the moment.
Gov. Gina Raimondo on Wednesday signed an executive action to bar firearms, except those carried by law enforcement, from public PK-12 schools...
​A look at the Iron Man-like dreams and power-starved realities of dueling technology programs.

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