A “We the people” petition for the federal government to repeal the National Firearms Act closed Sunday with a quarter million signatures, while one to scrap the machine gun ban narrowly failed.
The neat thing about an 1875 Portuguese Navy contract British-made Snider .58-caliber carbine is that by the time the smoke clears, the watermelon is gone.
This old warbird has been sitting inside for the past 30 years, but still has some life left, and can be yours if the price is right.
Built to the highest standards, I would not consider the LWS .32 to be a primary carry choice but I do consider it to be a famously reliable back up gun.
Retro builds of the old Vietnam-era “Mattel” style M16A1 are super hot these days and Chris Bartocci brings the tribal wisdom down from the mountain on these throwbacks.
Rock Island Auction Company is set to have their largest gun auction in the company’s history this month, at which they can outfit a whole division.
The nutty Bavarian improvised weapon-meister Joerg Sprave has doubled down on his rubber band strength to add more oomph to his drill-powered “machine gun slingshot.”
The results of the Metropolitan Police’s weeklong gun amnesty program looks kinda like the weapons from a Clue board game.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Thursday filed suit against several internet retailers selling what he contends are illegal high-capacity magazines to Californians.
Mark shows you rest of the story to the term “you should have that inspected by a gunsmith before firing,” by checking out what looks to be a well-used Lee-Enfield .303 rifle.