Controversial Chief Janeé Harteau was asked by Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges to leave the agency in the aftermath of the shooting of Justine Damond.
The California Department of Justice last week submitted to the California Office of Administrative Law draft regulations to expand the definition of an “assault weapon” in the state.
Las Vegas-based custom Kalashnikov maker Rifle Dynamics posted images of a house gun that has gone through five barrels and three trigger groups.
A rest stop between the Springfield muskets of the Civil War and the later bolt-action rifles adopted by the Army, the 1873 Springfield was best known by its trap door
Classifying the owner as a racist, gentrifier and colonialist, community organizers in Brooklyn really don’t like the marketing of a “boozy sandwich shop” and its decor.
A long-simmering challenge against Maryland’s 2013 Firearms Safety Act has been appealed to the nation’s highest court.
The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals this week said a New York woman who had her firearms picked up by the local sheriff five years ago should be granted a hearing to get them back.
The Office of Naval Research quietly released footage of the all-electric railgun spitting out a couple of rounds back-to-back at Mach 6.
Eric with IV8888 steps into their latest series of meltdown tests by tapping in an entry-level upper from Palmetto State Armory to see if it go the distance.
SilencerCo’s Omega 9SD, released this week, takes the already quiet suppressor on the vintage Heckler und Koch MP5SD and ups the ante.