Trump Urges Justice Department To Ban Bump Stocks President Trump directs Justice Department to ban gun modifications like bump stocks used in Las Vegas massacre.
Duluth Pack Unveils Conceal-And-Carry Field SatchelSome are calling for a boycott, but their catalog online reveals they have pages of other items for sale that revolve around firearms.
Investigation Underway After 3rd-Grader Fires Officer's Gun In GymA third-grader grabbed and fired a police officer's service weapon Monday while the officer was visiting an east metro elementary school.
3 Million Americans Carry A Handgun Daily, Study SaysResearchers found that nearly a quarter of the respondents had carried their handgun in public within the last month.
Both Sides – And The NRA – Considering Bump Stock Ban The deadly Las Vegas shooting has lawmakers, and even the National Rifle Association, suggesting some changes could be made regarding gun control.
Bill Seeks To Let Wisconsin Felons Own Antique GunsFelons and people subject to domestic abuse restraining orders would be allowed to own antique guns under provisions in a Republican bill relaxing the state's concealed carry regulations.
Wisconsin Considering H.S. Gun Safety CoursesSchools would not be required to offer the course.
4 Things To Know: Health Care Bill Reveal, Guns In America & MoreFrom Senate Republicans expected to reveal the health care bill to Otto Warmbier's funeral, here are the four things to know for Thursday, June 22.
More Than 400 Guns Recovered In Minneapolis This Year Minneapolis police say officers took 26 guns off city streets in the last week, bringing the total number of firearms recovered in Minneapolis so far this year to 443.
2-Year-Old Wisconsin Boy Accidentally Shoots SelfMilwaukee police have arrested the father of a 2-year-old boy who they say found a loaded handgun and accidentally shot himself.
ATF: Permit To Carry Satisfies Background Check For Buying GunsMinnesota residents who have permits to carry handguns may now be able to purchase guns from licensed dealers without the normally required background checks.
Bill Would Allow N.D. Elected Officials To Carry Hidden GunsThe North Dakota Legislature has approved a measure that would allow an elected official to carry a hidden firearm in a government building or at a public gathering.

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