David Karol (Maryland): Depolarization? Party Coalitions and the Politics of Gun Control: 2000-2012. From Mother Jones, a special report on Newtown: One Year After. Lauren Kirchner on mapping the laws, lobbying, and life-altering consequences of guns. Guns in America after Newtown, by the numbers: There have been 26 school shootings since Sandy Hook, and more than 30,000 have died by way of gun violence. The resistance of sheriffs in Colorado to enforcing certain gun laws is raising questions about whether tougher rules passed since Newtown have a muted effect in parts of the nation where gun ownership is common. Robert Draper goes inside the power of the N.R.A.: It has been a year since the Newtown shootings, federal gun laws haven’t changed — here is why. Gun activists have a new craze and it’s more dangerous than you think: The new front line in the battle over gun rights is "open carry" — Matt Valentine on why it has psychologists deeply concerned. Print your weapon: Christopher Brauchli on the battle over invisible guns. Colin Woodward on how the battle lines of today's debates over gun control, stand-your-ground laws, and other violence-related issues were drawn centuries ago by America's early settlers. From GQ, how in the world did a family of squirrel-eating, Bible-thumping, catchphrase-spouting duck hunters become the biggest TV stars in America? Drew Magary toured the Louisiana backwater with Phil Robertson and the Duck Dynasty gang to find out. Drew Millard interviews Ted Nugent on freedom, America, and killing shit. Pro football isn't pro-gun enough for Guns & Ammo.