An American gunmaker is asking the Internet for help after a prototype 9mm SBR was stolen from their booth at the GAOS in Harrisburg, PA.
Wannabe gangsters pull a gun on McDonald’s employees and patrons in a new video from Salt Lake City, Utah.
Martin Luther King, Jr. believed strongly in the right to self-defense and even applied for a carry permit after his house was bombed. He was denied.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Battle of Puebla, a decisive, unfathomable and ultimately unimportant military victory for Mexico over the French.
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If all things go as planned, next summer Ted Nugent and company will follow the lead of other notable rock musicians and bring his music and message to Broadway, in a new stage production, thematically centered on gun rights.
Perk up guys because the season finale of AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’ airs this Sunday and Guns.com (who’s been nursing a crippling habit for the blue stuff for years) is tweaking out in this list of our favorite firearms from the series. Come on, let’s cook.
To all of our readers. Take some time off. We will be. See you all back on Tuesday.
Outrage is the best word to describe the public response to Rolling Stone magazine’s latest edition, featuring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the accused Boston Marathon bomber.