​What do you get when a custom chopper designer turned gunsmith meets a London street punk turned fine furniture maker? An exquisite custom gun that is a true work of art and a showcase worthy of a president.
​A favorite of gun control advocates and progressives, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is the Sunshine State’s Democratic contender for the next governor of Florida.
Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS.N) reported a bigger-than-expected drop in quarterly same-store sales on Wednesday and forecast further declines this year, hit by tighter gun controls and a drop in Under Armour sales.
Legislators in the Golden State on Wednesday voted to raise the age someone can purchase a long gun from 18 to 21, the Los Angeles Times reported.
One year ago, gun violence prevention was still a taboo topic for many state and federal legislators. Some would dodge questions about gun policy. Some would decline to support any legislation regarding guns.
​Younger gun owners report carrying their firearms on them much more frequently than older gun owners, expressing a higher level of support for concealed carry, according to a poll conducted in July by Ipsos in partnership with Newsy for its new special report "Young Guns."
Lawmakers in California on Monday sent three bills to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk that call for stricter restrictions on firearms in a state that has one of the toughest gun laws in the country.
The gun control advocate, speaking at a protest at Smith & Wesson’s factory in Massachusetts over the weekend, had a list of demands.
​The organizers of Morocco’s bid for the 2026 World Cup were anything but subtle.
A federal judge in Seattle has issued a preliminary national injunction blocking a website from offering 3-D-printer gun blueprints until the case is resolved in court.
​The horrible shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, occurred at Jacksonville Landing, a gun-free mall.
Alyssa Milano and Dana Loesch crossed virtual swords earlier this year during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Dallas, with Milano leading an anti-gun rally in a park near the convention site and Loesch tweeting her for bringing her own armed security.
Amazon and Reddit are the latest to join in the fight against 3D printed gun files, banning the computer codes in various forms from their respective platforms early last week.

On Kavanaugh and Guns

Gun control advocates are extremely distressed by President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
​An Oregon teenager who filed a discrimination complaint with the Bureau of Labor and Industries after Walmart refused to sell her a rifle asked for $135,000 in a settlement—the same amount an Oregon baker was fined after refusing to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple.
A federal grand jury indicted an Arizona man this week for actions stemming from his connection to the gunman in the Route 91 Harvest music festival shooting, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
The future of 3-D printed gun files is now being deliberated by a judge in the state of Washington.
National gun control advocates on Wednesday decried reports that the Department of Education is considering funding more guns in schools.
A Louisville lawmaker wants to make it a crime to improperly store a weapon around children.
Will some careless campaign work and a few missing strikethroughs stop Washingtonians from voting on one of the most comprehensive gun reform measures in the country?
Let’s be honest. If you own guns or you’re a gun-rights supporter, and if you’re concerned about government restrictions on your Second Amendment rights, the future looks bright.
Just yesterday, IJR posted an article about a topic of discussion that has been popular for the last week: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stated America could never be great again because America “was never that great.”
If conservatives are looking for a hero on gun rights, behold George Young, who recently won a significant victory before the notoriously liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Plans for 3D-printed guns have spread across the internet over the past three weeks despite the efforts of a federal judge and some of the country’s largest social media companies to try to impose limits.
Gun retailers still using Shopify’s e-commerce platform have until December 31 to either come into compliance with the new Acceptable Use Policy or hit the road, according to the latest email sent out to retailers last week.

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