A key court ruling this week may encourage more states to ban assault weapons.
New products could make tighter restrictions on one of America's premier gun markets largely moot.
With anxiety swirling about Hillary Clinton's expected win in the presidential race, gun dealers reported a spike in sales of assault weapons.
America is almost as weird about pot as it is about gun laws.
Despite the pleas of gun control advocates, it doesn't seem likely that the country will do much to prevent another Orlando.
The Chicago-based Seventh US Circuit Court of Appeals also rejected the challenge in April, saying the ordinance does not violate the right to bear arms guaranteed by the US Constitution's Second Amendment.
Attorneys general from 21 states are asking a federal court to overturn Maryland's ban on assault weapons. If a judge agrees, the case could be headed for the Supreme Court.
Is the NRA going soft? If you’re an open carry activist in Texas who likes to show up at Jack In The Box and scare motorists with your semi-automatic assault rifle then the answer is yes.