With the changing of the leaves and the cooling autumnal breeze, one’s thoughts turn to typical signs of fall. Like the atheistic of wood furniture on an AR-15.
Tim with the Military Arms Channel reaches back deep in the vault and coughs up a 1980’s era semi-auto, carbine length British-made Sterling 9mm carbine.
The New Orleans Police Department has partnered with a New York project to hack up and melt down guns collected from the city and recycle them into jewelry.
Engineers at Picatinny Arsenal are in the midst of crafting a generation of transparent explosives that can be used on everything from invisible mines to self-destructing optics.
The crew on Demotion Ranch now have a 37mm grenade launcher, which are very neat and very NFA-compliant (if used correctly).
Taofledermaus and Edwin Sarkissian trekked out to the swamp for a game of dice, propelled via 12 gauge shotgun shell.
With less than three weeks left until the election, the National Rifle Association dropped two new ads attacking Hillary Clinton’s association with the truth.
Employees at the Tucson Goodwill were shocked to find the medal in a box of donations and quickly set out to find its rightful owners.
“This is my workplace. I have to look at this?” said one angry woman who kicked, hit and pounced on the statue until it broke.
When all of the cheerleaders’ dads joined them for a special performance, 9-year-old Addie, whose dad is currently in military training, stood alone crying.