The ATF used a lot of words that invite lawsuits and leave industry insiders baffled.
Ukrainians have taken to the streets with arms to defend their country and their freedom.
Politicians deputize the private sector to restrict rights protected from the government.
If you want to own a machine gun, it's probably not going to happen anytime soon—even if you make a decent living and have never committed a crime.
Restrictions have little chance of moving beyond political theater, or of winning compliance if passed.
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An academic field rife with hostility to private gun ownership now gets to know the address of every California owner of a weapon, a weapon part, or ammo.
"Restrictions on guns in public spaces are appropriate to make public spaces safe for democratic participation."
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Stopping the import of Russian ammo is just pretending to do something noble.
Getting a law passed is not the same thing as getting people to obey.
It's likely that soon, almost all Americans will be legally able to carry guns.
The president is picking fights with much of the population and further dividing the country.
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Millions of new firearm owners who have lost faith in cops and government will be a tough audience for shopworn gun control schemes.
The state boasts of blocking 754 illegal purchases, but it wrongly tagged 101,047 law-abiding people as prohibited. Any of them could have been targeted.
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Law enforcement betrayed the trust of gun owners who were doing their best to comply with government-mandated confiscation.
"Red flag" laws leave gun owners defenseless.
Posting “Finna be lit” on Snapchat shouldn’t have gotten Nathan Myers thrown out of school.
As of last week, only around 700 weapons had been turned over.
The new law says that someone buying a semi-automatic rifle has to be at least 21, pass a stricter background check, take a safety training course, and complete a 10-day waiting period.