Latest Gun safety Stories
First-of-its-kind resource from NSSF encourages open conversations between parents and children about firearm safety NEWTOWN, Conn., March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Shooting
Firearm industry program distributed nearly a quarter million safety kits nationwide in 2014 NEWTOWN, Conn., Feb.
Everytown Endorses State and Federal Candidates Who Have Shown Leadership in Effort to Keep Maine Safe from Gun Violence; Gun Violence Survivor Judi Richardson Joins Moms to Mobilize Voters; gunsensevoter.org/endorsements
I-594, Background Check Initiative, Would Protect Law Enforcement by Preventing Convicted Felons and Other Prohibited Purchasers from Getting Guns; Research Shows Background Checks Save Officers' Lives
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Sept.
1.4 Million American Households Have Unlocked Firearms that Could Fall into the Wrong Hands WASHINGTON, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Launching today, the Safe Firearms Storage campaign encourages
About 20 children per day in the United States are injured by firearms seriously enough to require hospitalization, and more than 6% of these children die from their injuries.