Current arguments assert that gun control laws target minorities, though there is no debate that the first gun control laws were entirely motivated by race.
Back in the days of “Shoot first, ask questions later…if at all,” the burglar alarm revolver gave a whole new meaning to Castle Laws. In 1907, for the bargain price of $3.50, the prudent homeowner could purchase one of these neat “security systems,” a sure-fire way to dissuade home intruders (
According to reports from Chattanoogan.com, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the closing of the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area (WMA), citing concerns for the safety of employees and visitors. The area, which includes parts of Cumberland, Morgan and Fentress Counties, will
In a bizarre case that adds yet another chapter to an already divisive U.S.-Mexico border narrative, two American Border Agents are accused of a number of abuses against suspected drug smugglers. Among the charges are accusations that the agents forced four individuals to consume marijuana and s
There’s an old gun adage that most any youngster hears when learning to handle a firearm: Never point a gun at something unless you are willing to shoot it. Unfortunately for Rachel Avila – and even more unfortunately for her daughter – the Banning, California woman did not realize she was handl
Ever been out dicing up wood all day with your trusty chainsaw, only to come home and have a helluva time getting your hands to understand the grip on your 12-gauge? To answer one question with another: Haven’t we all?
What do Dior, Channel, and Ruger have in common? About as much as Viagra, silver bullion, and lip gloss. But thanks to Dutch jewelry designer Ted Noten, all the aforementioned items have one thing in common: the makeup gun. Thanks to this bizarre item, high fashion and stealthy handguns now shar
The Utah mansion of world-renown gun designer John Moses Browning is for sale. The 6,700 square foot home located in Ogden, Utah, was, built from Utah red sandstone and boasts eight bedrooms and three bathrooms. The mansion – listed on the National Register of Historic Sights – has a list price
“My name is Joe, and I have a prairie dog encroachment problem.” Although prairie dogs are humorous and benign enough in appearance, these diminutive rodents are the bane of many a plains state farmer. Odds are, these folks aren’t chuckling when the topic of prairie dogs comes up.
Wisconsin Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp is asking that federal protection for the gray wolf be removed so that state officials and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources can better manage the burgeoning population. But Stepp and others who wish to see the population managed say t