NSSF: What gun dealers need to know about age-discrimination laws

The National Shooting Sports Foundation warned federally-licensed gun dealers considering limiting rifle sales to customers under 21 may face expensive legal action as a result. The foundation represents 12,000 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations...

DICKs Finished With AR Rifles

Gun groups reacted with disappointment and disgust this week after Dick’s Sporting Goods announced new policies banning firearm sales to customers under 21 and discontinuing its inventory of assault-style rifles. Dick’s Chief Executive Officer Edward Stack made the declaration Wednesday...

Walmart won’t sell guns, ammo to customers under 21

Walmart said this week it won’t sell firearms and ammunition to anyone under age 21, citing the Parkland shooting for its sudden policy reversal. The change preempts congressional hand-wringing over whether to raise the legal age limit...

Citing Parkland as rallying cry, California Dems push 10 new gun control bills

“We are going to attack this problem from every single side we see possible,” said Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher when talking about a bevy of budding additions to California’s gun laws. The bills, some filed weeks...