The pilot of a shot down Russian Aerospace Force Su-25SM attack aircraft, when cornered by insurgents last week, reportedly resorted to his personal weapons and was not taken alive.
Billed as having an easy-load magazine, light slide pull, crisp trigger, and low perceived recoil, S&W’s new .380 in the 2.0 Shield series gets its “EZ” name honest.
A New Jersey Senate Committee on Thursday approved a measure which would pay Rutgers University to undertake an extensive study to examine firearms-related violence.
A state court on Thursday ruled that holders of a federal license to collect “curio and relic” firearms are not bound by the state’s once-a-month handgun purchase limit.
A Mississippi lawmaker held up his handgun and concealed carry permit Thursday after a controversial bill to strengthen gun carry rights in the state advanced in the House.
The U.S. could see an end to a 58-year medal drought in the international sport that blends cross-country skiing and target shooting
Browning has announced that John Browning’s final handgun design, a pistol that at one time armed most of the militaries in the Free World, has been discontinued.
Gav and Dan, better known as the Slo Mo Guys, give a target’s eye view of an incoming .50 caliber BMG round fired from a Barrett.
A group of bipartisan U.S. Senators has filed legislation to reverse the fact that some vets are losing their right to keep and bear arms because someone is handling their finances.
The Los Angeles City Council voted to set up an anonymous tip line promising to pay $1,000 for those with information about illegal guns in the city.