Mass Shootings in the United States Involving High-Capacity Ammunition Magazines

High-capacity ammunition magazines are the common thread running through most mass shootings in the United States. Since 1980, there have been at least 70 mass shootings (three or more fatalities) where the shooter used high-capacity ammunition magazines. A total of 671 people were killed in these shootings, and 1,046 were wounded. More>>

More Than 1,300 Non-Self Defense Deaths Involving Concealed Carry Killers Since 2007, Latest Violence Policy Center Research Shows

Innocent victims continue to die at the hands of private citizens with permits to carry concealed handguns, according to ongoing research from the VPC. Details on these fatal incidents can be found on Concealed Carry Killers, an online resource that provides examples of non-self defense killings involving private citizens with permits to carry concealed handguns in public. More>>

Nearly 17,000 Hispanics/Latinos Killed With Guns in California Since 1999, New Study Reports

Nearly 17,000 Hispanics/Latinos were killed with guns in California from 1999 through 2016, according to Lethal Hispanic/Latino Firearm Victimization in California, a comprehensive new study from the VPC which includes recommendations to improve data collection to aid violence prevention efforts in the state. More>>