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.
While studies believed as many as 600,000 unregistered firearms are floating around the continent, the three-month amnesty which ended last week saw far fewer turned in.
American B-24 Liberator bombers flew from the field in England during World War II to plaster the Germans in Western Europe, but they apparently left some rounds behind.
Two Scottish schools are facing major criticism after banning Royal Marine commandos from showing unloaded guns to students during a demonstration.
While this side of the pond is marveling at the differences on the new Gen 5 Glock series, over in Germany something really different has surfaced.
Russian workers redacted a portion of AK47 inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov’s new monument last week to scrub away the presence of a controversial German rifle.
In the latest installment in the 70-year running argument in the “AK was based on the StG” fracas, Mikhail Kalashnikov’s new monument may include a Sturmgewehr.
The U.S. State Department has deferred the delivery of thousands of assault rifles to the Philippine National Police (PNP) due to humans right violations allegedly committed in President Rodrigo Duterte’s so-called war on drugs.
The legendary designer of the AK47 and AK74 rifles, as well as the PK and RPK machine guns, saw some love from the Motherland on Tuesday.