Wal-Mart To Stop Selling AR-15s And Similar Weapons Wal-Mart will stop selling the AR-15 rifle and other semi-automatic weapons at its stores because fewer people are buying them, a spokesman said Wednesday.
Gun Debate Primed To Heat Up Again At LegislatureCall it Gun Day at the Minnesota Legislature. A House panel is planning to discuss a handful of firearm-related proposals Thursday.
Target 'Respectfully Requests' Guests Not To Bring Firearms Into StoresTarget interim CEO John Mulligan is addressing the recent controversy surrounding its gun policy. Starting Wednesday, Mulligan says the corporation will respectfully request that guests not bring firearms into Target stores. This includes communities where it is permitted by law.
Mom Group Protests Target's Gun PolicySeveral protests are happening right now across the country outside Target stores. A group of moms is calling for the retail giant to ban open carry of guns in its nearly 1,800 stores nationwide.
Esme's Blog: Gun Permits Set Minnesota RecordMinnesota Sheriffs issued more than 30,000 gun permits last year -- that's 10,000 more than the year before.
Twin Cities Gun Shops Busy With Gun Owners Wanting To Stock UpStepping inside Bill’s Gun Shop in Robbinsdale, there's a buzz of activity, with people buying ammunition, guns and signing up for classes.
People In Northland 'Panic-Buying' Military-Style RiflesNorthland gun dealers are reporting a spike in military-style gun sales. Pat Kukull, owner of Superior Shooters Supply, says they are out of semi-automatic rifles due to people "panic buying."
Fort Snelling Squad Can Keep Its Rifles Minnesota Congressman John Kline says the U.S. Army has reversed a decision and will allow the Fort Snelling honor guard to keep the ceremonial rifles it uses for military burials.
Kline: Army Reconsidering Ft. Snelling Rifle RecoupmentRep. John Kline says the U.S. Army is reconsidering a decision to recoup Fort Snelling's ceremonial rifles from the fort's memorial rifle squad.
US Army Demands Fort Snelling’s Rifles BackAt each burial, the Fort Snelling memorial rifle squad will fire off a 21-gun salute using WW1 vintage Springfield O3A3 bolt action rifles. Squad members say the rifles are safe and simple to load. Recently, however, the squad learned that the U.S. Army is demanding that the unit turn over the government-issued rifles and exchange them for a different model.