Campaign website says he would "enforce the laws on the books."
Wants to appoint Supreme Court justice who would also uphold the Second Amendment.
Is open to no fly, no buy policies. Trump said in June he was open to polices to prevent people on terror watchlists from buying firearms. This practice has been condemned by Second Amendment and Civil Rights activists because the lists are secret, created by faceless government entities, and require no due process or adjudication.
Wants to expand mental health treatment programs.
Wants to create a National Right to Carry, meaning concealed carry permits would be valid in all 50 states. His website says, "a driver's license works in every state, so it's common sense that a concealed carry permit should work in every state."
Trump would abolish gun-free zones. Military bases and recruiting centers would allow firearms, along with schools.
Wants expanded background checks. Clinton is pushing for "comprehensive background check legislation" which would include banning all domestic abusers or severely mentally ill from buying or possessing a firearm.
Advocates the "no fly, no buy" policies, outlined above.
Pledges to close loopholes in existing firearm laws. Has said she wants to close the "Charleston loophole" which allows gun shops to proceed with a firearms sale if the FBI cannot meet the deadline of performing a background check within 72 hours.
Wants Congress to close the so-called "gun show loophole, by requiring any person engaging in a high volume of gun sales, particularly at gun shows and on the Internet, to be held to the same standards as sellers in gun stores. There is already legislation on the books and an entire government agency devoted to enforcing those laws called the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms. Currently, only personal sales of firearms are allowed to be legally completed without a federal NICS background check by two individuals who reside in the same state.
Would repeal immunity protection for gun manufacturers. This would allow victims of gun violence to sue the companies that make the firearms used by the criminals who harmed them.