In New Jersey a 64-year old man was arrested after being stabbed him in the neck and responding police found he had more than the legal limit of black powder
The state house this week passed an amendment that would declare the Pennsylvania long rifle as the state’s official firearm, culminating a campaign first started in 2010.
From his birth near Kearney Missouri in 1847 to his assassination just 40 miles away in St Joe on April 3, 1882, Jesse James lived and eventually died by the gun. A child-soldier, famous outlaw, and legend, the guns he carried were iconic of his time.
It’s a hard thing killing a man, but what about killing a famous man who is idolized even for his misdeeds? That was the fate that awaited Bob Ford after his dispatching of Jesse James on April 3,1882.
After a two year battle with the District of Columbia, Mark Witaschek was found guilty Wednesday of possessing illegal “ammunition” in the form of muzzleloader bullets.
In the 1880s, Texas inventor James Williams invented a rattrap with a kick that included the revolver of your choice.
We found a rifle that fires a 500-grain bullet capable of one-mile shots, and uses polygonal rifling, yet only weighs 9-pounds. Where do you sign up, right? Well, go back to 1860 and ask for Mr. Whitworth.
Though recent world records may make you think otherwise, the modern day sniper is an American concept, conceived during the War of Independence. It’s initial psychological impact on the British in 1775 was truly damaging and the Americans saw that by selectively targeting officers and non-coms
With drone strikes and snipers taking out targets past a mile, it may be hard to imagine that 250-years ago a country was born in the New World using the primitive weapons of the oppressor.
Guns.com looks at the hottest — flaming red hot — reloading tools of 2013.