A largely forgotten part of the war in South East Asia was the one fought by the U.S. Army’s gun trucks as part of convoy operations through the heart of enemy territory.
Olympic trap shooter Corey Cogdell demonstrates proper stance, mount, and sighting techniques with a shotgun in the latest installment of Firearm Science.
Using the double barreled AF2011 .45, Kirsten Joy Weiss attempts the very first trick shot of its kind– hitting two playing cards with two bullets fired in one shot.
The Polenar Tactical crew visited Grand Power, a Slovakia’s powerhouse pistol maker and got to lay hands on a couple of their unique K100 Whispers.
An anti-gun organization in New York on Thursday debuted a social media campaign to convince Apple to remove the ideogram depicting a gun from their iPhones.
A group of 13 Senate Democrats are challenging the nation’s licensed gun dealers to stop transferring firearms to those who do not complete a background check
The Springfield Armory Museum posted images this week of one of the rare birds in its extensive collection– a nickel plated Soviet made M33 Tokarev pistol.
Down in Georgia it must get boring as IV888 of the Moss Pawn gang dusts off “Stumpy,” an old-chopped down Mosin and unleashes some 7.62x54R fireballs on random sugary objects.
Larry Vickers was able to get some range time in with the South African Vektor CR-21, an obscure bull-pupped rifle best known for zapping prawns.
Beretta’s new i-Protect system, capable of tracking the gun’s movement and operation is to be tested by the Italian Carabinieri corps.