At least 110 representatives and senators in the current 117th Congress have indicated that they own a gun, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of publicly available information, as well as direct correspondence with lawmakers’ offices. Around three-quarters of these confirmed congressional gun owners are members of the GOP, while the remainder are Democrats. The partisan difference in gun ownership among members of Congress is greater in the House than the Senate. Lawmakers who are confirmed gun owners are more likely to be male and White and represent more rural parts of the country, and most voted against the recently enacted gun law known as the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.