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.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, the Democrat co-sponsor of a failed bill to expand background checks to private gun sales, says it’s not going to come back up.
The city council of Reading, Pa. this week resurrected a town ordinance regulating firearms just weeks after a law threatening such actions was repealed by the courts.
The largest municipal public employee retirement system in the nation voted Tuesday to move forward with a plan that could end its investment in companies that sell firearms