On Tuesday, Beretta announced the release of the APX, a pistol designed to compete against current law enforcement oriented firearms.
Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert declined an invitation from constituents to discuss his party’s legislative efforts by citing the assassination attempt on former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords.
Despite a flat fourth quarter Sturm, Ruger & Company closed the fiscal year with a 21 percent increase in earnings, according to Wednesday’s filings with federal regulators.
Remington Arms issued a blow-by-blow response to a 60 Minutes piece showing the dangers of an infamous trigger mechanism featured on the Model 700 hunting rifle.
On February 19, 2017, 60 Minutes broadcast a segment about Remington Arms Company, LLC and…
Price per share for Cabela’s Inc. continued a downward trend after the outdoor retailer reported a disappointing fourth quarter.
Gander Mountain neither confirmed nor denied rumors that it is filing for bankruptcy protections, but rather cited company policy not to comment on business affairs.
The most destructive “weapon” of all time — Adolf Hitler’s telephone — fetched $243,000 at an auction in Maryland on Sunday.
The historic recruiting slogan “The Few, The Proud” is going on hiatus starting next month as the Marine Corps tries out news advertising ideas.
The concern is that the recall of rifles with the defective trigger design, which has been linked to numerous injuries and deaths, will have a limited impact on preventing future accidents.