Conservation officials in Harrisburg on Tuesday voted to end the Commonwealth’s ban on the use of semi-automatic rifles for hunting on some animals, but not deer, bear, turkey or elk.
After rejecting a sheaf of legislation expanding gun rights, McAuliffe sent a proposed amendment to lawmakers to restore the state’s one-handgun-a-month law.
The Senate Judiciary Committee met Monday to consider Gorsuch’s nomination but Democrats, spearheaded by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, asked for a delay on his vote until next Monday.
Beau Ouimette, who chronicles his metal detecting hobby on his Aquachigger channel on YouTube, dug a musket that turned out to contain more than mud and rust.
The ever erudite Clint Smith from Thunder Ranch gives his feedback in an in-depth review of Mossberg’s trendy new take on their M590 with a shorty barrel sans tax stamp.
From 70-yard shots on turkey targets to waxing a flock of helium balloons before they can float away, the exhibition shooters warm up for spring hunting season.
Construction crews working in the Lawrenceville neighborhood Monday stumbled upon a tangible reference to the area’s industrial past that needed bomb squad intervention.
Federal agents along with local police in Redlands arrested a man following a three-week investigation after he allegedly sold five AR-15s to a confidential informant.
Republican Gov. Gary Herbert last week signed a proposal into law that will allow 18-20-year-olds in Utah to apply to carry a concealed handgun.
During the war, Uncle Sam ordered nearly two million Model 1911A1 GI .45ACPs, and the Union Switch & Signal company of Swissvale, Pennsylvania made one of the rarest variants.