A Minneapolis gun buyback netted 150 guns over the weekend and handed out more than $25,000 in gift cards.
Some people hate him, some people love him, but no matter how you feel, YouTube gun vlogger The Yankee Marshal now has an XM-42 flamethrower and gives a good brief run down on it.
West Coast lawmakers have left no stone unturned in their crusade to protect the public from gun-like objects as a new law banning the sale or manufacture of phone cases resembling guns was signed Friday.
Larry Vickers and Tyler Grey stumbled across a Guatemalan-contract Dutch produced AR-10 and put it through its paces.
Illinois-based Rock Island Auction House describes the antique French revolver as in “very fine” condition.
Designed by unsung firearms genius Harry Sanford, the .44 Auto Mag (44 AMP) was born in 1958 and the gun that shot it has been out of production since 1982. That may be changing.
Everything from an M4 Sherman that rolled into Paris to a 1942 BMW R75 motorcycle with sidecar and M42 to a rare Heintz AAA mount for the M2 heavy machine gun are up for grabs.
Hickok45 got his hands on a rarely encountered SRM Arms Model 1216, billed by the manufacturer as the first 16-round semi-automatic shotgun.
The alloy-framed FEG PA-63 dates back to the bad old days of the Cold War and is a little recognized but easily acquired blowback-action pistol.
A firearm auction house drew the ire of anti-gun activists conflating a pistol auction with a fundraising initiative for the National Rifle Association.