Nashville-based Rated Red delves into the guns and gun culture of the Lone Star State in a diverse (and free) series posted online Wednesday.
Water and foam dart gun armorer Nerf has debuted their first ever select-fire dart projector, with a giggle switch capable of single shots, three-round burst, and full-auto.
Lawmakers in the House made short work Tuesday of a bill to bring constitutional carry to the state, sending it to the Senate 83-9.
A 10-4 panel of the U.S. 4th Circuit on Tuesday upheld Maryland’s 2013 Firearms Safety Act, stating the Second Amendment doesn’t protect a right to “weapons of war.”
For the past year, a military unit in France has trained golden eagles from chicks to adult to be single-purpose drone assassins.
While the controversial Question 1 ballot initiative was narrowly approved by Nevada voters, its effective date is still up in the air.
This Type 10 Destructive Device manufacturer specializes in 7.62mm Miniguns, flamethrowers and artillery, which means they probably don’t have time to bleed.
The National Park Service’s Investigative Services Branch has increased the reward for a batch of ammunition stolen from a park in southern Oregon and released footage of a truck seen in the area.
An Ohio machinist arrested last year over what federal agents contended was a shop full of illegal suppressors was found not guilty last week.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey was named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit filed last week over the state’s prohibition of Tasers and stun guns.