A man reputed to be the John Dillinger of the Great Maple Syrup Robbery gang has been found guilty in one of the stickiest crimes in Canadian criminal history.
With a deadline looming in Scotland to register airguns and obtain a license to keep them, only about 25,000 of the estimated half-million guns in the country have been accounted for.
A new federal report says the Cincinnati Zoo’s barrier at the gorilla exhibit wasn’t in compliance when a 3-year-old boy slipped and fell inside, leading to the shooting death of the now internet-famous Harambe.
Reports from Iraqi and allied forces advancing around Mosul is that the Islamic State forces are using bearded mannequins, wooden tanks and other props to help draw fire away from their positions.
Jake Hamby, who describes himself as a “Former Combat Camera dude/Aspiring Filmmaker/Duel-Sport Enthusiast” recently ran across a whack job of a garage gun in Iraq.
The social media page for the Brazilian federal police forces ran a simple video which shows just how spicy a Metralhadora Taurus model submachine gun can be when left to its own devices.
An Iowa man has been sentenced to 28 ½ years in federal prison for trying to send hundreds of guns to Lebanon.
While one shooting range on a Swiss hillside may appear extremely unsafe due to the fact shooters fire over a busy road, it only appears that way.
Just a few years after the end of WWII, the United States and Britain were in the midst of a mini-arms race in an effort to determine what rifle and ammo would become the standard for NATO.
An Indian shooter has pulled out of a competition in Iran over the host country’s requirement that all females wear hijabs.