At the most recent Big Sandy Shoot, big gun expert Robert Bigando gave us a tour of the nearly two dozen big guns on display at the event.
Ex-United States Army cavalry scout and tanker, firearm and military vehicle enthusiast Marc William Hampton loves America and the great realm of freedoms that his country affords.
Promising a channel dedicated to the “Courteous discussion of topics involving humanity,” the CEO of Tactical Response is once again on YouTube.
Johnny Muller built an AR-15 that sparked his girlfriend’s interest so much that he built her one as well — with a lot of pink parts. Now, she’s hooked on shooting.
Gun control groups marched in Connecticut last month to demand Sturm, Ruger and Co. stop manufacturing its AR-556 rifle.
The crowd that attends the Knob Creek machine gun shoot in West Point, Kentucky, is primarily white. This is despite statistics that show quite a few minorities in Louisville.
A federal judge in Las Vegas on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the case against four involved in a 2014 confrontation with the federal government.
President Trump’s administration has taken down the popular web-based platform, which has seen a number of petitions on both sides of gun politics, promising to retool it.
Some in the Peekskill area are taking offense at the decor of a new bar that includes a number of American flags and a replica training rifle.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program’s Board of Directors has come up with a list of preliminary decisions on how the government-chartered non-profit will handle the sale of M1911 pistols.