The first national firearms surrender in England and Wales in years has produced a treasure trove of antique weapons to include a famous WWII-era “gun to get a gun.”
The United Nations Command released footage that shows a North Korean soldier defecting to South Korea earlier this month.
Poking around in the marsh of the Dutch lowlands, this group of magnet-armed relic hunters finds everything from 60mm mortar shells and Mills bombs to a relatively complete M1 Garand.
A North Korean soldier was shot five times by fellow troops Monday as he defected to South Korea. He’s now clinging to life at a hospital outside Seoul.
Built in 1948 before full-scale mass production of Mikhail Kalashnikov’s famous rifle took off, the early prototype has a number of differences from later Soviet-made guns.
Matt with Demolition Ranch spent some time in the Great North where he found some curious contradictions in Canada’s guns while visiting the range.
Two Lithuanian men who smuggled a batch of Makarovs and suppressors from Eastern Europe in a specially adapted Peugeot picked up some serious jail time in the Queen’s prisons.
Designed by the great Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1950 to use the same ammo as the Makarov PM, this personal defense weapon was, in the end, beat out by the Stechkin APS.
A couple remodeling an old home in north-central France found a cache of ammo, grenades and submachine guns hidden under a granite floor.
Australian gun rights advocates have raised $21,000 to help a farmer get back his firearms and gun license, which were taken after after he used an unloaded gun to protect his family against a knife-wielding trespasser.