Record-breaking number of guns confiscated in 2022

Record-breaking number of guns confiscated

Almost 5,700 guns have been seized at air terminal security designated spots in 2022, the largest number recorded by the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) since its initiation. An astounding 5,674 weapons were halted in 2022 alone, the office told CBS News on Monday. By far most of weapons — 85% — were stacked with ammo. … Read more

Key Facts About American’s Guns

Key Facts About American's Guns

Firearms are profoundly imbued in American culture and the country’s political discussions. The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives Americans the option to remain battle ready, and about 33% of U.S. grown-ups say they by and by own a weapon. Simultaneously, President Joe Biden and other policymakers recently proposed new limitations on gun access … Read more

Bills Designed to Promote Gun Safety and Loosen Gun Restrictions Are Back Before the Florida Legislature

Florida Legislature

Liberals looking to check firearm savagery face headwinds in the Republican-controlled Florida Legislature. On the flipside, Republican proposition looking to relax weapon limitations may likewise confront pushback. South Florida Democrats participated last week in a virtual roundtable with regards to weapon security regulation. “Individuals frequently find out if Congress is doing what’s necessary, regardless of … Read more

A Rhode Island Man Was Arrested for Allegedly Selling ‘Ghost Guns’ and Trafficking the Firearms to the Dominican Republic

Rhode Island Man Was Arrested

A Rhode Island man was arrested in New York Thursday for allegedly selling or attempting to sell more than 100 guns that he produced at his home, according to the US Attorney’s Office Southern District of New York. Most of the guns were untraceable “privately made firearms” (PMF’s), known as “ghost guns.” Robert Alcantara, 34, … Read more

Albuquerque lawmakers.

Albuquerque lawmakers

Ahead of the start of a 30-day session of the New Mexico legislature, two Albuquerque lawmakers are calling on the governor to consider a proposal that would penalize gun owners for having unsecured firearms used in crimes. Lawmakers discussed the proposed “Bennie Hargrove Gun Safety Act” during a news conference Monday afternoon, named after the 13-year … Read more