Gun Owners

Highland Park Shooting Suspect — Who Confessed To Firing More Than 80 Rounds — Pleads Not Guilty

The 21-year-old charged with killing 7 and injuring 48 more during a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, has pleaded not guilty.

Canada Offers $1,337 Per AR-15s During Gun Buyback Program

Gun buyback programs have been all the rage with U.S. Democratic politicians this past year, despite the National Bureau of Economic Research reporting they don’t actually work.

Majority Believe Gov’t Is ‘Corrupt and Rigged’

A new poll from the University of Chicago Institute of Politics has produced some of the more alarming data that we’ve seen in quite some time.

Sheriff Suggests Residents Tell ATF Agents Conducting Warrantless, Surprise Gun Inspections to Leave

A Washington State sheriff Friday advised residents in his county that if agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) come to their homes without a search warrant asking to inspect their firearms, they can tell them to leave their property.

House Committee Approves First Assault Weapons Ban Bill in Decades

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday moved a bill banning assault weapons forward, but it’s unclear if the legislation has enough support to pass a floor vote.

Four Shootings in Three Days in Multicultural Birmingham

The multicultural city of Birmingham, England, experienced four shooting incidents over a three-day period, one of them fatal.

Following Landmark Second Amendment Decision, SCOTUS Overturns Appeals Court Decisions in 4 States

The Supreme Court followed up its June 23 landmark ruling that for the first time recognized a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense.

Joe Biden Signs Gun Control Law: ‘There’s Much More Work to Do’

President Joe Biden signed a gun control package Saturday, noting that he was pleased to sign it but “there’s much more work to do.”

Gang Violence, Not Lone-Wolf Attacks, Account For Most U.S. Mass Shootings

The country’s eyes are trained on high-profile massacres in Texas and Buffalo, but most mass shootings bear little resemblance to those.

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