The Federal Bureau of Investigation is requesting the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly shot and wounded a police officer during one of about a half dozen take-over style robberies committed across the U.S., the agency announced Tuesday. Read more
This episode looks at a “Gays with Guns” event at the LAX Firing Range to encourage gays and lesbians to engage and exercise their Second Amendment rights. Read more
Police are still searching for a gunman who opened fire, injuring one student at Fern Creek High School in Louisville this afternoon.
Ruger has just announced their newest affordable and crowd-pleasing rifles, the AR-556 carbine and the commemorative 10/22, the Collector’s Series. Read more
Restaurant owner Doug Stewart serves up grits, gravy and biscuits in his Elberta, Alabama eatery while open carrying his 9mm Sig Read more
Gun Bazaar Highlights
Under pressure from gun rights groups, New Hampshire’s Department of Safety has backpedaled on a number of changes it had planned for the states handgun applications. Read more
“My patrons are not comfortable being around Muslims who align themselves with a religion that clearly commands hate, murder, and violence against all non Muslims. Therefore many of my patrons are uncomfortable around Muslims with guns,” said owner Jan Morgan. Read more
The suspect had allegedly been stalking the victim for more than six months, sending her threatening messages, including one which stated he would rape her “in the ass using your boyfriend’s blood as lube.” Read more
SIG made an unconventional, but wise decision entering the defensive ammo market. SIG pistols aren’t cheap, and neither is defensive ammunition, when you spent a bunch of money on a gun you want to buy a good defensive round that just works. That’s what SIG is attempting with this ammo. Read more
As the number of media requests grow for information related to the police shooting of an unarmed black teen in Ferguson, Missouri, earlier this summer sparking protests and national outrage, the local government is now charging exorbitant rates for public documents, the Associated Press reported.