N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

TRENTON — The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem. The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns...
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Obama-era gun control regulation officially dead

Obama-era gun control regulation officially dead

An Obama-era regulation that could have prevented some Social Security recipients from buying firearms is officially dead. The Social Security Administration has withdrawn a regulation that would have required information on certain disability recipients to be...
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New Gander Mountain CEO promises more guns, better prices

New Gander Mountain CEO promises more guns, better prices

Gander Mountain’s new CEO promised Twitter followers over the weekend a bigger, better gun selection will come to the 70 or so stores slated to remain open after the company’s nationwide liquidation sale. Marcus Lemonis, who’s company Camping World paid....
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Gander Mountain will get a new name

Gander Mountain will get a new name

The surviving Gander Mountain stores will get a new name, CEO Marcus Lemonis said Thursday. Lemonis tweeted he plans to rebrand the company as “Gander Outdoors” and will award $25,000 to a follower who creates a new logo. Lemonis tweets...
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Bill introduced to mandate only ‘smart’ handguns to be made within 5 years

Bill introduced to mandate only ‘smart’ handguns to be made within 5 years

A New York Democrat has introduced a measure to the U.S. House which would require the sale of handguns with authorized user technology. U.S. Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney reintroduced The Handgun Trigger Safety Act last week which pushes “smart guns”...
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Gun confiscation bill advances in Oregon

Gun confiscation bill advances in Oregon

The Oregon Senate approved a bill Monday that would allow people to ask a court to revoke gun rights for family and household members. Senate Bill 719A creates a process for obtaining a so-called “extreme risk protection order” that would...
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SPRINGFIELD ARMORY STATEMENT REGARDING GUN DEALER LICENSING ACT (SB1657)

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY STATEMENT REGARDING GUN DEALER LICENSING ACT (SB1657)

Springfield Armory has always fought hand-in-hand with the NRA, NSSF, ISRA and many others for legislation that fiercely protects the Second Amendment, individual rights and the industry as a whole. Our fight continues today as some members of the Illinois...
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Springfield and Rock River Illinois Sell-Out: Picking up the Pieces

Springfield and Rock River Illinois Sell-Out: Picking up the Pieces

The news of Springfield Armory and Rock River Arms selling Illinois gun dealers and gun owners down the river continues to spread among The People of The Gun. As it should. For those who missed it, we broke the story late...
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What’s Good (And Bad) About The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017

What’s Good (And Bad) About The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017

Have you heard there is new federal legislation that will allow someone with a concealed carry permit from one state to carry in all 50 states? Sounds awesome right? Might not be as awesome as you think. The purpose of...
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Breaking: ATF Just Handed Second Amendment Fans Massive Win

Breaking: ATF Just Handed Second Amendment Fans Massive Win

WASHINGTON, DC — In a massive win for Second Amendment fans, the ATF has reversed its 2015 decision to call shouldering a pistol with a “pistol brace” redesigning because the firearm was not meant to be shot from the shoulder....
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