Second Amendment News

Is a Printed Gun Free Speech? This Isn’t Your 1791 Right to Arms

It’s a question of who’s violating the U.S. Constitution when it comes to print-at-home guns — the federal agency accused of recklessly deregulating the weapons or the states that claim they’re a threat to public safety. A federal judge could …

Gun Maker Remington to Appeal Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Ruling to Supreme Court

Having failed in Connecticut state court to block all claims brought by families of children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, gun manufacturer Remington Arms Co. has signaled it will appeal its case to the U.S. Supreme Court. …

N.J. Suit Targets Build-at-Home Assault Rifle Kits

New Jersey sued a California “ghost gun” company that ships partly assembled firearms kits to buyers who can avoid background checks simply by building the untraceable weapons at home. New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal claims in a lawsuit filed …

Gun Industry Dealt Blow as Conn. High Court Allows Suit by Sandy Hook Victims

The gun industry suffered a stinging setback as Connecticut’s top court said families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre could sue Remington Arms Co. over its marketing of military-style Bushmaster weapons. The Connecticut Supreme Court rejected …