Toronoto’s Scarborough suburb on the East End was the scene last week of an apparent crossbow attack that left three dead.
While speaking at a UN meeting in Switzerland, Mexico’s Foreign Minister said it was as easy to buy a gun in the U.S. as it is to purchase a “liter of milk or a box cereal.”
The four men who worked for the now defunct Sabre Defence pleaded guilty in 2011 to violating the Arms Export Control Act and conspiracy. They all received between 13-18 months in prison.
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.
The U.S. State Department approved the $60 million sale of military goods — including weapons, equipment, training and support — to the Afghan government, according to Thursday’s announcement.
An art gallery in the UK is advising that three decommissioned AK-47s were seized by U.S. Customs agents on their way to Houston for public exhibition.
The pro shooter has become the first woman to medal in six straight Olympics when she won bronze Friday in women’s skeet at the Rio games.
A 29-year-old South London man is getting a six year vacation inside one of Her Majesty’s houses of correction for having two revolvers that look like they belong in a museum.
The BBC has obtained images of British special forces units operating in Syria and their war machines are a throwback to their old desert WWII roots.
Fifty-one senior national security officials who served in Republican administrations signed a scathing letter Monday saying a Donald Trump presidency would be dangerous and put U.S. national security at risk.