The pandemic has prompted the gun group to slash staff salaries and cancel its annual conference. Meanwhile, it’s inked a partnership with BlazeTV, which airs broadcasters who’ve claimed the virus posed little risk to Americans.
News and notes on guns in America
We’re tracking orders to shutter — or keep open — firearms retailers across the country.
Gun-rights advocates are criticizing the Garden State for the unprecedented move.
The group has frequently used crises to push fears about social disorder and gun restrictions.
Our West Coast correspondent, a longtime gun owner, breaks down the dos and don'ts of keeping a firearm in the house.
The global pandemic has wiped away three years of Wall Street gains, but the three publicly traded gunmakers have been buoyed by a surge in demand for their products.
Street outreach workers are doubling as messengers on avoiding infection.
Even in small-town Ohio, keeping students safe requires constant vigilance — and special attention to the risks posed by firearms.
Other moves by Richmond lawmakers have garnered more attention, but the money may have broader impact.
Outbreaks in Washington State and California have motivated first-time gun buyers — many of them Asian-Americans worried about racist attacks stemming from fears about the virus.