An immigrant who has been in the U.S. with an expired student visa was convicted by a federal jury this month on charges of being an unlawful alien possessing firearms and ammo.
A Massachusetts inmate at the Old Colony Correctional Center interested in becoming a “mujahideen” — the plural form of Jihad — was charged with threatening to kill the President.
Jack joined the Royal Navy at age 15 as a gun layer on the old armored cruiser HMS Chester, and his first battle, that of Jutland, was his last.
Legendary hunter and journalist Col. Craig Boddington’s collaborative film tells the story of an anti-poaching unit in Mozambique fighting to save their native wildlife, resources and way of life.
A band of would-be revolutionaries received light sentences last week following their role in a 2014 coup attempt in The Gambia that included smuggling guns hidden in 55-gallon drums.
“The translation thing over here… you think you are on to something then when it gets to the crunch they’re like, oh you can’t do that,” says Steve as he leans over a stack of RPG rounds.
Willie MacDonald remembered seeing the squat old artillery piece around town as a young boy in the 1950s but never thought decades later he would help save it.
The Australian military is working on a new system that allows soldiers to patrol with medium and heavy machine guns at a ready position, though it’s “a funny looking contraption.”
Canadian Nicole Arbour’s Youtube effort “Dear Gun Enthusiasts” reminds me why foreigners’ obsession with American gun laws is an endless curiosity for me.
Vice News fell into some video purportedly from the headcam of an Islamic State fighter zapped by Peshmerga last month in Iraq and it gives a window into just how slapsticky these guys are.