Gabriela Franco immigrated from Venezuela to the US fifteen years ago. She fell in love with the rights and freedoms in America, but especially the Second Amendment. Back in her native country, firearms were a luxury afforded by only a select few.
Egyptian authorities thwarted an attempt to smuggle three ancient guns into Turkey on Friday, according Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities.
Despite extensive searching, researchers found no other artifacts in the area, further adding to the mystery surrounding the sword and how it got there.
Human rights group Amnesty International has asked India to ban the use of pellet-firing shotguns by security forces in the conflict-ridden areas of Jammu and Kashmir in the northernmost region of the country.
While 643,726 firearms were handed over in Australia in 1996, the guns turned in this time around are fewer– and some aren’t even guns at all.
The Australian government has seen almost 26,000 guns turned in since July as part of a national firearms amnesty program.
For the last three years, Canadian fisherman Jonathan Fraser has been rescuing unwanted guns from destruction by exchanging them for gift cards and fresh lobster.
A father and son have found a cache of World War II gun parts in a river near their home in south west England.
The legendary designer of the AK47 and AK74 rifles, as well as the PK and RPK machine guns, is more popular in the Motherland than ever.
Photos have surfaced of a peculiar PK-style machine gun in the hands of rebel groups in Syria, but with a serious update.