A campus rape survivor is speaking out about guns on college campuses, saying that she could have fended off her attacker had she been lawfully carrying a gun.
I went shooting with a retired Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms officer and former marine who teaches people to shoot. Here’s what I learned.
A federal appeals court just ruled that residents of the nation’s capitol may carry their guns in public, delivering a major victory for a gay-friendly shooting club.
Monday morning, a 17-year-old girl defended herself from a wanted car thief who broke into her home while she slept.
Eleven-year-old Elliot Clark was on a fishing trip with his family when a brown bear appeared from the woods, charged at them, and began attacking his uncle.
Pro tip: don’t rob a gun store, where you can assume everyone behind the counter is armed.
Two days before an assassination attempt on Republicans, the NRA posted a video on Facebook warning of leftist violence. Progressive journalists are now pretending political violence is the NRA’s fault.
Had gun controllers’ proposed rules been in place, they would not have prevented America’s recent high-profile mass shootings.
If any area of the country should expand gun laws, it’s Washington DC, where power is centralized, crime is rampant, and more guns will save lives.
In his response to the Alexandria shooting, Rep. Mo Brooks shows what it means to keep a firm grasp on your principles under fire–literally.
When attacks like the Congressional baseball shooting happen, many people call for more restrictions. But disarming citizens doesn’t also disarm criminals.
An Oklahoma man used a handgun to stop a neighbor from killing his three-month-old twin children last Friday.
America’s top firearms enforcement agency approved a gun accessory it formerly banned. This could have major implications for industry and even undercut more than 80 years of gun control.
The Fourth Circuit’s wild departure in Kolbe may be what finally forces the Supreme Court to rule on state ‘assault weapon’ regulations once and for all.
Trump’s win has had the unintended consequence of throwing the firearms industry into a deep slump, driving prices deep into the red, and forcing some gun dealers out of business.
Many people do not want to accept the fact that they may have to depend on themselves to stay safe in certain situations.
The time for the Supreme Court to step in and guard the principles established in District of Columbia v. Heller has come.
The rule in question does not, in fact, ‘keep guns from the mentally ill,’ and repealing it will not allow the mentally ill access to firearms.
When I knew I would be heading to Kentucky, the gateway to the South, experiencing the freedom of shooting was near the top of this Brit’s ‘do list.’
In a lengthy article about efforts to ease federal rules for firearms suppressors, the Washington Post wildly misrepresented a YouTube video showing the effects of a suppressor on a .22 LR rifle.
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