A Virginia gun store encouraged voters to participate in the state's election on Tuesday by handing out assault rifle magazines.
Watch: Mayors Against Illegal Guns released a new television ad Thursday that features family members of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, and calls on leaders to remember their loved ones and prevent others from experiencing the toll of gun violence by taking real action to pass commonsense gun law reforms.
National Rifle Association (NRA) President David Keene on Thursday promised that gun owners would do "whatever's necessary" to "get rid of those in public office" that they viewed as working to erode the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO Wayne LaPierre on Sunday argued that banning assault weapons limited the 'ability to survive' and that high-capacity magazines should not be outlawed because women need more bullets. During an interview on
World Net Daily columnist and former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Sunday insisted that Americans were entitled to armor-piercing bullets because they are "a right in our country." The Pennsylvania Republican told an ABC News
While discussing the White House commission on gun violence meeting this week, which the NRA has been invited to attend, along with Vice President Joe Biden's remarks that an executive order is on the table as part of a solution to curb the gun
It's so brave of her to come out and say this now that she's leaving the Senate, isn't it? Texas Senator Embraces Federal Gun Control, Limits On Large Magazines: Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, a strong ally of the National Rifle
This interview with Wayne LaPierre on this Sunday's Meet the Press ended up going pretty well the way I expected it would, which is with David Gregory hitting LaPierre with some difficult questions, but doing what he usually does and going easy on
The man who confessed to killing 68 people in Norway last week says he bought the ammunition clips used in his shooting spree from the U.S by mail order. Anders Behring Breivik wrote in his 1,500-page manifesto that he spent $500 for 10 30-round