Without Obama in office, gun and ammunition sales might have been $10 billion lower.
Americans say 2-to1 that guns make their homes safer.
If anyone should have paid a price for opposing gun control, it was Chris Christie. But he hasn't.
Assuming there is some impetus for a new debate, here are a few things the you need to know about it.
State lawmakers thinking about backing new gun-control laws now have something extra to consider.
Will Bill de Blasio avoid a runoff in New York? And what will happen in the Colorado recalls?
The senator and the mayor believe in gun control. But only Schumer believes in political parties.
Democrats say Republicans will pay a price in the 2014 election for their opposition to popular gun-control measures. But even for many in the Democratic caucus, gun control still isn't a litmus-test issue.
A new map by Organizing for Action shows the group's main strength lies in blue states.