Remember this? When NBC's David Gregory brandished and waved around a 30-round magazine on Meet the Press during an interview with the NRA's Wayne LaPierre about gun control? Now the same Attorney General, Irvin B. Nathan, who failed to bring charges against Gregory, is doing everything he can to make the life of D.C. business and family man Mark Witaschek a living hell.
Georgians may soon be allowed to maintain possession of concealed carry weapons in bars, places of worship and government offices which do not require security checks. Schools would also be free under the legislation to decided whether or not to allow teachers and employees to carry guns at work.
New York's law bans scary-looking guns.
According to new polling by Gallup, people are more dissatisfied with current gun laws than they've ever been before.
Smith & Wesson announced Wednesday that it would rather stop selling its handguns in California than comply with the state’s new microstamping law, which “requires that all new semi-automatic pistols that are not already on the state’s approved gun roster have the microstamping technology,” The Washington Times reports.
Florida Carry was left no choice on January 10 but to file a lawsuit against the University of Florida because of its “illegal and unconstitutional regulations prohibiting firearms and weapons on all university property.”
The FBI has released new statistics on NICS background checks showing 2013 gun sales hit a new record.
Gun sales have risen 30 to 50 percent in the last week of 2013, according to CBS Sacramento. Just Guns owner John Deaser called the law an unnecessary invasion of privacy, despite his recent profit increase.
After major gun-control legislation was defeated in the Senate this year, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and number of other Democrats insisted the fight isn’t over—including Sen. Manchin, who crafted the background check legislation with Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Penn., after the Newtown massacre.
A recently released surveillance video should restore some peace of mind to Americans propagating the idea that tighter gun control is the only way to end gun violence.