Gun Laws

Newly-installed Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans last week to reverse a policy of outgoing Gov. Chris Christie that allowed more people to carry guns legally in New Jersey. Murphy, flanked by state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and addressing a crowd of gun control advocates last Friday, said that Christie’s previous guidance was wrong for
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The ATF closed the public comment period on bump stocks as it prepares to reexamine the device’s classification under federal law. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives closed the public comment period on bump stocks Thursday as the agency prepares to re-examine the controversial device’s classification under federal law.
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Got an hunting shotgun sitting in the closet but no hunting trips planned? A target pistol you’ve grown bored of? Or a rifle you didn’t want but bought anyway? Why not sell it to us? We’re buying guns! This week, Minnesota-based Guns.com launched an innovative new program along with functionality — We Buy Guns —
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Lee Goodman, a Chicago native who heads Peaceful Communities, protesting on the sidewalk outside the Sands Expo during SHOT Show on Jan. 24, 2018. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) Dozens of armed security guards were dispatched at the entrance of the Sands Expo to break up the protest of the gun industry’s annual trade show — the
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Cody Wilson holds the world’s first 3D printed handgun, The Liberator. (Photo: AP Photo/Austin American Statesman, Jay Janner) The Supreme Court turned down its chance to weigh-in on regulations for 3-D printed firearms — for now. The high court announced its decision Jan. 8, sending Defense Distributed v. State back to the western district of
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New York state Senators Brian Kavanagh and Brad Hoylman, center, joined with gun control advocates this week to stump for a bill to establish ERPOs in the state. (Photo: Giffords) An array of gun control groups have allied with New York lawmakers in a push to establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders, forcing subjects to surrender
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An Alameda County law effectively barring new gun stores is being challenged by Second Amendment advocates to the nation’s highest court. The ban, which forbids gun retailers within 500 feet of residential properties thereby placing the whole county off-limits to new stores, is challenged by businessmen John Teixeira, Steve Nobriga and Gara Gamaza who found
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