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Two slick—even very slick—ammunition technologies get a look this week.
Even if “smart gun” technology was a proven, flawless and currently available technology, a mandate would still be a ban on every existing handgun.
We don’t have to guess what Hillary Clinton’s first day in office would be like—she already bragged about it.
On Saturday, the Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die with four pro-gun bills, Senate Bill 1266, House Bill 2338, House Bill 2446 and House Bill 2524 headed to Gov. Doug Ducey’s desk for his consideration.
A Fort Wayne, Ind., man used his legally carried firearm to stop a dog that was attacking him Friday afternoon.
Trust us, Katie, there’s plenty of talk about guns—and most of it is bad.
There’s a run on people choosing to carry firearms for self-defense in Minnesota, so much so that many counties can’t keep up with application requests
A collection of quotes from this week’s Tower of 2A Babble.
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For the first time, those wishing to attend the Democratic or Republican conventions will need to pass a background check.
New JerseySenate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee voted along a 3-2 party line vote to pass Senate Concurrent Resolution 101.
A South Carolina teenager who plotted to join the Islamic State terrorist group and kill American soldiers was granted parole Wednesday after serving only one year of his five-year sentence.
A homeowner in Shoreline, Wash., used his 9 mm handgun to protect himself and his family from a home intruder early Thursday morning.
What would happen if the U.S. government sent our troops into battle equipped with smart guns?
Mom, grandmother and NRA instructor Cris Bonser has some Mother’s Day observations.
How true is the claim that doctors really want to talk to parents about gun safety?
More firearms background checks were conducted last month than during any April on record, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
A critical piece of pro-gun legislation has been approved by the Michigan House Local Government Committee and now goes to the full House of Representatives for consideration.
Blinn College agreed to pay Sanders $50,000 in damages and legal fees.
In a recent television sketch, Schumer sells handguns on a “Gun Show” infomercial, where a caller complains he can’t buy a gun because of his violent felony record.