Anyone who wants to build a ghost gun will have little trouble acquiring the necessary parts, even after Biden’s rules go into effect.
President Joe Biden suggested lax U.S. gun laws played a part.
The owner of the Eagles Nest Armory, where the alleged gunman bought his weapon, said that he passed a background check.
Police seized six guns when the suspect was arrested.
Just six days before the shooting, the suspected gunman purchased an AR-15-style assault rifle known as a Ruger AR-556 semi-automatic pistol, which comes with a 30-round magazine.
The "caretakers and gardeners for the building” suddenly find themselves embroiled in decisions over letting armed protesters onto the Capitol grounds.
Conservatives and the gun lobby are prepping for a fight. But they might find it difficult to compete with the popularity of the Liberals’ plan.
The spare-parts kits — mostly ordered online — don’t have serial numbers, making it difficult for investigators to trace them back to their owner.
The state is loosening regulations on firearms in schools, churches, and foster homes.
California just became the first state to require gun owners to pass instant background checks before buying bullets.
“On 15 March our history changed forever. Now, our laws will too.”