Second Amendment

Slide Fire announced a Cyber Monday sale, nearly eight weeks after public backlash against bump stocks skyrocketed demand and depleted the company’s existing inventory. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) Slide Fire, the inventor of the now-infamous bump stock, will resume sales Cyber Monday. The Texas-based company sent an email this week detailing its plan to release a slew
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Delaware’s largest city last week rejected a plan to create a sex offender-like registry for those who have committed gun crimes. The measure, Ordinance 17-023, would have required all gun offenders living in the city limits to report to the Wilmington Police Department and add their information to a registry kept by the agency under
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Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn introduced a bipartisan bill to fix the federal background check system Thursday, less than three weeks after a former airman gunned down 26 people at a church in Cornyn’s home state. (Sen. John Cornyn/Facebook) A bipartisan group of senators introduced a proposal Thursday to fix the federal background check system
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The counterterrorism supervisor was still drunk when another agent called police to report the missing firearm. (Photo: Matt McClain/Washington Post) An FBI supervisor is being investigated after a woman stole his firearm following a night of drinking over the summer. The agency has opened an internal investigation into Robert Manson, a counterterrorism supervisor who had
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Authorities determined that a 29-year-old man who shot and killed his uncle in self defense at his Wellford, South Carolina, home last week. Deputies with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about the shooting around 9:25 p.m., the Tryon Daily Bulletin reported. Responding deputies found Cody Lawrence suffering from what was described
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President Trump said “extreme gun vetting” would not have prevented the mass shooting at a Texas church over the weekend. Trump made the statement during a press conference Tuesday in Seoul after NBC reporter Ali Vitali questioned if the president would consider applying “extreme vetting” to potential gun owners — an obvious reference to Trump’s
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Congressman Mike Thompson, D-Calf., says his bill supports the Second Amendment and is aimed at keeping guns from criminals. (Photo: Politico) A bill introduced in the House last week aims to expand background check to cover firearm sales at gun shows, over the Internet or in classified ads. The measure, H.R.4240, has 39 lawmakers supporting
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