This report highlights how the availability of assault weapons has changed the balance of power between law enforcement and criminals, endangering police officers and communities.
This report analyzes the impact of H.R. 6691 which would make it entirely legal for individuals or groups to carry loaded AK-47s in Washington, D.C.
Guns for Gangs tells the story of Frank D'Andrea's Connecticut gun shop - "a convenient, one-stop shopping place for violent and prolific narcotics traffickers, convicted felons and other prohibited persons," according to law enforcement.
This report explains how, far from saving lives, guns on campus would dramatically increase gun violence risks to college students and trample on academic freedom.
This report exposes how the NRA has tirelessly worked to handcuff the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to prevent the enforcement of federal gun laws.
"Trivial Violations"? examines every federal court decision between 2001 and 2006 in which gun dealers challenged ATF's license termination actions, and finds that dealers' misconduct leading to revocation was anything but minor.
The report exposes how the NRA defended a rogue Maryland gun dealer, providing him with an attorney to help him continue selling guns and re-electing him to its Board despite his many legal violations.
Trading In Death profiles rogue gun dealer Trader Sports of San Leandro, California. Trader Sports has been the second largest supplier of crime guns of any retailer in the nation.