DOJ Introduces New Regulations with “Privacy Notices” to Firearm Forms

The California Department of Justice has announced a new set of proposed regulations, according to the National Rifle Institution. The DOJ made its announcement on Monday to require adding “privacy notices” to certain firearm-related formers. Each “privacy notice” contains information on how the DOJ will collect, use and potentially disclose an individual’s personal information in

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California Struggles to Implement Gun Measures

Recent laws passed by in California are facing several setbacks, according to a report from the Washington Free Beacon. In short, after redefining “assault weapon” and making it illegal to possess magazines with more than 10 rounds, the state is having trouble enforcing the laws. The problems began when the California Department of Justice (DOJ) attempted

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ICYMI: THUMB GRIP Provides Correct Off-Hand Placement for Pistol Shooting

Developing a more resourceful solution to maximize a shooter’s off hand, Cross Armory engineered the THUMB GRIP. A simple, yet effectively accessory that fits on all pistols under the rail, the product was designed as shooters evolve toward a maximum surface-contact style. The THUMB GRIP delivers increased accuracy, reduced recoil, strengthened grip and more confidence

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AI System Warns When Gun Appears in Video

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is all over the news in recent months as its popularity continues to dramatically rise. Now, researchers at the University of Granada have taken their shot at developing AI capabilities to detect guns in videos. Per Phys.org, researchers designed a computer system based on new AI techniques to automatically detect when a person

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