Karl and Ian from InRangeTV continue their “field mud” tests of Great War-era small arms with the downright oddball Steyr-Hahn M1912 in 9x23mm Steyr.
Nine types of food are harder to obtain than a firearm if a Mic.com article is to be believed, a is a smorgasbord of twisted facts and outright falsehoods.
Creator Matthew Davis released instructions for a full-auto gatling gun called The Arcus, which is capable of firing 48 rubber bands in a matter of seconds.
Created by former US Army pistol shooter, Kimberly Kolb Eakin, the coloring book is brimming with guns, gear, military paraphernalia and notable figures in the firearms world.
Tim with the Military Arms Channel goes way back in the gun safe to bring out a vintage 1920s era DWM Luger in a caliber rarely encountered in anything but.
A rare German artillery piece brought back from France after World War I by Virginia troops as a trophy only to go missing in the 1960s has been found.
A federal judge denied a motion to dismiss FireClean’s defamation case against the man accused of originating the rumor that the gun lube is Crisco cooking oil.
In preparation of implementing new rules regarding the National Firearms Act, the ATF released a summary of the changes for owning machine guns, silencers and other NFA items.
While on a trip to Eastern Europe, Larry Vickers got his mitts on the standard Russian military and LE pistol, the rarely seen (in the West) “PYa.”
A Special Forces Suppressor Ready 1911 from Ed Brown is up for grabs this weekend in a raffle hosted by Guns for a Cause. The raffle, ending Sunday, benefits Kara’s HoPE.