The subject of gun ownership and rights have been contentious in the United States for decades, creating the impression that this is how things must be.
Photographer James Mollison managed to get a few shots of Technicals, real Mad Max-style armed combat trucks around Salah and Adel, near Ajdabiya, in Libya.
The U.S. Navy reports that the destroyer USS Donald Cook encountered “multiple, aggressive fight maneuvers” by Russian military aircraft while in international waters on the Baltic Sea this week.
The same type of social media groups allowing American to buy and sell firearms and ammunition legally in the U.S. is allowing terrorists abroad to gain access to military-grade weapons, adding fuel to fires burning in war-torn areas in the Middle East.
A Colombian arms trafficker who dealt in machine guns, missiles, cocaine and enriched uranium was sentenced to 13 years in prison, the Justice Department announced April 4.
An Instagram user posted images of a gently used Chinese-made Type 56 AK complete with custom furniture that has taken a licking but reportedly kept on ticking.
A Euronews report filed from Kurdish held areas close to the Iraqi/Kurdistan border includes a field expedient Combloc sniper rifle set up for remote use.
Last week the U.S. Navy Coastal Patrol ship USS Sirocco stopped a stateless dhow in the Arabian Sea, which upon inspection was packed to the gills with munitions en route from Iran to Yemen.
The U.S. Army contracted gun maker Heckler & Koch to supply a compact semi-auto sniper system, according to the award notice issued April 1.
While many think the UK dropped the ban hammer on all firearms in the Isles, there are actually over 1.8 million still around, though strictly regulated.