Tuesday, November 13, 2018
It happened at around 4am on January 12, 2017 off Interstate 10 near Tonopah, Arizona. DPS Trooper Ed Anderson came upon a rollover accident at mile marker 89, 40 miles west of Phoenix. The Trooper was placing flares around...
A new national database is helping to make clear what many gun owners already know – that the law concerning firearms can vary hugely from state to state. Whilst the current situation is undoubtedly confusing and frustrating for many...
Last month, the Department of Justice passed judgment on a long-running interagency dispute about who does, and who doe not, count as a “fugitive”. Accordingly, some 500,000 records were deleted from the National Criminal Background Check System (NICS) by...
It’s already no secret that the state of California has some of the strictest firearm-related laws in the entire country. And now, the state is preparing to make those laws even more restrictive then they already are. Following mass school shootings this year...
Whenever law enforcement agencies offer buyback schemes, you can be assured that someone will turn up with a serious piece of weaponry. The latest LAPD event was not exception – amongst the weapons turned in were Uzis, AK-47s, a...