Ninth Circuit Court Lifts Ban on 3-D Gun Blueprints

A divided Ninth Circuit panel on Tuesday lifted a court order against two Trump-era rules that make it easier to share untraceable 3D-printed gun blueprints, just as the Biden administration seeks to tighten restrictions on so-called ghost guns,

Arkansas Passes Legislation Nullifying Gun Laws

Arkansas lawmakers on Wednesday approved a reworked bill that aims to preempt federal gun restrictions following objections from the governor, law enforcement and prosecutors that a previous proposal went too far and jeopardized public safety.

Chicago Sues Indiana Gun Shop Over Alleged Trafficking

Confronting an ongoing wave of gun violence throughout the city, Chicago targets an Indiana gun store it says is responsible for the flow of hundreds and possibly thousands of guns into the nation’s third-largest city, making it one of the largest out-of-state sellers of guns used in crimes in the city.

Federal Judge Challenges California Gun Law

U.S. District Chief Judge Dana Sabraw has found that California’s new law requiring the removal of three “grandfathered” handguns for every new handgun added to its list of Firearms that can be sold in the state “substantially infringes” the ability to purchase handguns for self-defense.


First-Time Gun Buyers Drive Record-Breaking US Sales

Prompted by the pandemic, civil unrest, and fears of Congress passing new gun control legislation in the wake of a wave of mass shootings over the past year, first time gun owners from all walks of life, who feel that they must take control of their family’s protection, are helping to push record levels of gun sales for what looks like the second year in a row.