“This is an unusual case,” said Riverside’s special assistant U.S. Attorney, Carlo A. DiCesare, who is prosecuting the case. “It was a large number of firearms that were stolen, and they were stolen from a reputable shipping company.” Read more
According to the SEC, Smith & Wesson violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act when its international sales staff bribed foreign and government officials between 2007 and 2010 and in return the Massachusetts company profited — at least once — by more than $100,000 before the unlawful practice was identified.
Apparently the suspect, who was known to have at least one handgun, was a family friend who had been babysitting the boy when the abuse occurred and after the allegations, had threatened the victim’s family. Read more
Arsenal has announced the return of their flagship 7.62x39mm rifle, the SLR-107FR. This rifle is the closest Americans can get to owning their own AK-103. Read more
A South Carolina man wanted for pulling a gun on a Target employee last week after he was caught shoplifting was arrested Saturday after he was found in yet another Target store attempting to steal more merchandise. Read more
Gun Bazaar Highlights
On Friday open carry activist William Polster became part of Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker’s public walk through Sheboygan, complete with three guns. Read more
Alien Gear Holsters makes a great little rig called the Cloak Tuck for $29.88 that can be ordered for a huge variety of different pistols, including the Makarov and Polish P-64. The base price gets you the holster shell and base plate, while the various belt clips and accessories cost a few bucks extra, so you can tailor the rig exactly how you like. Read more
The Las Cruces District Attorney’s office announced Thursday that the mixed martial arts fighter, Joseph Torrez, who killed one intruder and severely injured another during a home invasion in January, acted in self-defense and will not face any charges for the man’s death.
Following a five-year legal battle in the case of Palmer v DC, a federal judge Saturday struck down the District of Columbia’s ban on carrying guns outside the home. Read more
A Federal Court of Appeals Friday overturned a 2011 injunction won by Florida doctors against a state firearms owner’s privacy law. Read more