Hi-Yo, Silver, a vintage double barrel owned by both the actor who played the fictional masked former Texas Ranger and the actor who portrayed his trusty sidekick, is up for sale by Rock Island Auction house this week.
Last week the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to approve the use of big bore pre-charged pneumatic airguns for large game starting this Fall.
On Monday, Vista Outdoor Sales, the parent company of Federal Premium, announced a contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center for large quantities of .40 caliber frangible ammunition.
A House bill heard in committee last week to standardize gun safety education in Kansas schools would draw in large part from a program organized by the National Rifle Association.
“Everyone could use a wingman. Ours just happens to be a self-driving Humvee with a machine gun,” says the Army about its first armed and unmanned ground vehicle.
Artist and fabricator Jimmy DiResta picked up a secondhand stock for his favorite duck gun and gave it a bit of a rework to be able to carry more shells.
Three giant 66-foot long gun barrels that served on the historic battleship during WWII and the Korean War have traveled more than 300 miles to be reunited with the vessel.
The state Senate Judiciary Sub-Committee last week recommended passage of a measure to recognize the Second Amendment as all the concealed carry permit a law-abiding Iowan needs.
Two San Diego Democrats want all applicants for concealed carry permits in the state to complete at least eight hours of firearms training beforehand in addition to other requirements.
Before a crowd at the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo in Utah last week, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order to protect range routes for antelope, elk, and mule deer.