Responsible business practices for weapons manufacturers and distributors cover a range of actions. Transparency, risk analysis, and responsible marketing are some proactive measures companies can take.


Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence

The government accuses gun makers and suppliers of knowingly flooding the market with firearms attr…

1 year, 5 months

California’s assault weapons ban overturned as federal judge compares AR-15 to a Swiss Army knife

A federal judge Friday night overturned California's longtime ban on assault weapons, saying the st…

1 year, 7 months

The Most Important Gun Lawsuit You’ve Never Heard of

A case in New Jersey about Smith & Wesson's advertising could expose secrets that the industry …

1 year, 11 months

Gun Maker Smith and Wesson Lawsuit on Fraudulent Marketing

Smith & Wesson Brands Inc. one the nation's largest gun makers, filed suit Tuesday to block a s…

2 years, 1 month

Rhode Island to divest from private prisons, gun makers

The Rhode Island public pension fund will stop investing in companies that either operate private f…

2 years, 12 months

Kansas City, Mo., Sues Gun Manufacturer, Alleging Trafficking

Kansas City, Mo., has sued a gun manufacturer and several weapons dealers, accusing them of illegal…

3 years

Connecticut Moves to Embrace ‘First-of-its-Kind’ Gun Divestment Policy

Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden announced a 'first-of-its-kind' framework intended to miti…

3 years, 1 month

How Dick’s Sporting Goods Decided to Change Its Gun Policy

Ed Stack, the chairman and chief executive of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., arrived at work the Monda…

3 years, 2 months

Rep. Wexton Introduces Bill to Bring Financial Intelligence to Bear in the Fight Against Gun Violence

Washington, DC -- Today, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) introduced the Gun Violence Preventio…

3 years, 2 months

Dick’s Sporting Goods Destroyed $5 Million Worth of Guns

While promoting his new book, the chief executive said the retailer was reviewing gun sales chainwi…

3 years, 3 months


Encourage Veteran Employment

Many veterans return home and experience difficulty finding and holding a job. A few companies go the extra mile to assist veterans. All should.

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Vanguard: No Assault Weapons

Vanguard should use its power as the second largest money manager to tell companies to stop manufacturing and selling assault weapons

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Visa Inc. Walmart Inc. Wells Fargo & Compa…
Take Action Against Gun Violence

We call on all companies to take meaningful action on gun violence

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State Street Corpor…
State Street: No Assault Weapons

State Street should use its power as the third largest asset manager to tell companies to stop selling assault weapons at retail stores.

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Smith & Wesson Bran…
Investors Act to Curb Gun Violence

In light of continuing gun violence and mass shootings in the U.S., ICCR's members are calling on gun manufacturers, retailers and distributors, as we

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