ATF was “not allowed to physically examine the interior of the weapons” recovered from the Las Vegas shooter’s hotel room…
A detailed inventory of the firearms found in the Mandalay Bay suite consisting of rooms 32-135 and 32-134 provides significant information.
The claim by Sheriff Joe Lombardo ever since the shooting had been that Paddock acted on his own. So Crosby’s argument apparently took the presiding judge by surprise.
In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, gun grabbers in Congress and the Minnesota legislature just can’t wait to hop on the gun control bandwagon.
With the events in Las Vegas, we are going to see lots of anti-gun bills like HB4107, HB4112, HB4117 and of course, SB1657, the Dealer Licensing bill.
If you can frame the gun control debate as questions, the other just might ask you for the answer. And that makes the debate a whole different ball game.
As the pressure mounts on to pass gun control legislation in the wake of the Las Vegas shootings, members of the Idaho congressional delegation are silent.
Nevadans for Background Checks has filed a lawsuit over an unimplemented background check law, which required background checks for private sales in Nevada.
In the twenty years that I have discussed guns in the media, I don’t believe that I have seen such media bias.
One thing is certain: exploiting a tragedy to promote blatant falsehoods and lies about an irrelevant topic is not only unbecoming, it is repulsive.
the revised time-line, authorities are saying Campos was shot and wounded in the leg at 9:59 p.m., as he approached the door of suite 135
Does anyone believe those calling to ban bump fire stocks will settle for that one change?
Throwing a scrap of meat to a pack of circling jackals and expecting them to then leave you alone is hardly “commonsense” …
Bump fire stocks are stupid & a waste of ammo. But, that’s not the issue here. The real issue is another assault on the Right to Keep & Bear Arms.