Closing a dark chapter for a New Britain gun maker, the former owner of Stag Arms was sentenced in a Hartford federal court Tuesday for the company’s violation of federal gun laws.
Bruce Post, a convicted felon with ties to white supremacy, was arrested Sunday afternoon when police found him in a wooded area wearing combat gear and carrying an AK-47.
Ruger released results of its first quarter of a year that’s on pace to set new records. The company raked in $173.1 million in sales for 2016’s first quarter and $23.3 million in profit.
Inspectors with the Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office gave the new 9mm design the thumbs up after a series of test that evaluate function and accuracy.
Sandy Hook families had another victory in their case against Remington as a judge denied the motion to delay the discovery process, which will force the company to turn over internal documents.
The Remington Outdoor Company will begin ending operations at its Mayfield, Kentucky, plant on Friday as part of a larger plan to consolidate manufacturing for a host of brands to Alabama.
Breaking a company record, the Illinois-based Rock Island Auction Company raked in $17.5 million during a recent gun auction.
Sig Sauer finalized plans Wednesday to relocate its ammunition operations to Jacksonville, completing a project that had been developed alongside state and local leaders.
The antique Winchester 1886 bore a personalized inscription for Henry W. Lawton, a Medal of Honor recipient who was presented the rifle after capturing native warrior Geronimo.
While there have been efforts to tighten criminal and mental health records in the federal background check system to ensure a prohibited person can’t get a gun, a Minnesota congressman wants to make sure the record is accurate so the law abiding can get a gun.