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The 146,949 background checks processed for would-be gun buyers increased by 69,628 from January to March this year compared to that same time span last year, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's latest data.
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Colorado sheriffs upset with gun restrictions adopted in the aftermath of last year's mass shootings filed a federal lawsuit Friday, challenging the regulations as unconstitutional.
In the aftermath of the gut-wrenching massacre of 20 elementary school children and six adult staff members, last December, at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in ways big and small Americans' cultural views on guns have remained the same.
With session-ending budget and tax negotiations stalled Friday, the Senate found time to pass a bill barring state dollars from going toward advocating gun control.
The Chippewa Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America was awarded a $25,000 grant from the NRA Foundation in order to make improvements to the shooting range at Camp Phillips.
The Common Sense Campaign, a self-described constitutionalist group based in Montgomery, Ala., aspired to be a smaller version of the National Rifle Association - powerful and influential, without having to pay federal income taxes.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Nelson, Ga., a small town north of Atlanta.
The group claims the law is unconstitutional. It contends the Second Amendment doesn't require anyone to have a gun.
The Senate passed legislation 24-5 on Thursday handing the task to sheriffs. The measure now heads to Gov.
Maryland State Senate President Thomas "Mike" Miller Jr. , left, and Speaker of the House Michael Busch , right, flank Maryland Gov.
Illinois concealed carry legislation that requires special permission to have a gun in Chicago is scheduled for a Senate committee vote.
The closest indoor shooting range is in Cheyenne, the Owner of the new range, Rich Schank says the new facility will give easier access.
A well-known firearms researcher punched a pinhole in what may be one of the biggest myths being propagated by the gun prohibition lobby and repeated by the mainstream press this week when he noted today that the news media "ignore their own reports" that show gun ownership is increasing.
Today's Seattle Times reports that the National Transportation and Safety Board wants to ratchet down on the legal limit for blood alcohol to reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents involving drunk drivers, leading some gun rights advocates to wonder why gun crime is treated differently.
People who have already succumbed to an irrational fear of guns are easily frightened by anti-gun advocates and their cooperative mainstream media friends into supporting so-called "reasonable" but unconstitutional gun control laws.
Gov. Martin O'Malley is set to sign into law some of the toughest gun restrictions in the nation on Thursday at a time when gun deaths in Maryland are at their lowest point since the FBI started collecting data in 1995.