The WWII vintage .303 No. 4 Lee Enfield rifles used by the part-time soldiers of the Canadian Rangers will be given to their users, converted to drill rifles or released to the public.
Edwin Sarkissian whips up a ballistics challenge to a creamy froth when pits a Glock 43 stoked with self-defense ammo against a case of generic reddi-whip.
Sturm, Ruger earlier this month caused a stir when they dropped the sequel to their now-classic LCP line and Hickok45 puts it through its paces.
A 26-year-old Mount Dora man with a lengthy criminal record was arrested by authorities in Lake County on Sunday after they found him with a rifle with a scratched out serial number and a clown mask.
With Election Day on the horizon, a number of gun control groups this week made it known they’d like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the White House.
New Hampshire’s Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan has picked up another endorsement from a national gun control group in her bid to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
A bank in Norman, Oklahoma was the target of a robber who said he was armed but did not produce a gun. What he did have was a graphic tee complete with a feline mugshot.
IV8888 and TGC teamed up with a custom Thompson/Center Encore chambered in .500 S&W Magnum and tested out just how far it was still lethal.
A weapons’ history blog crunched the data and pretty much kicks to the curb the long-held trope that there is about one gun per person in the country. More like two.
Richard and the folks over at FullMag gave a nod to Civ VI by pitting a bowling ball cannon and flintlock rifle against a pumpkin based invader.