The Full Mag crew have had enough fun with their scrapyard F-150 and decided to give it one more shot– this time from a 75mm anti-tank gun.
Fort Benning’s Army Marksmanship Unit has put out a good series of “Shooter’s Corner” training drills for the M4 series in the past few weeks and they aren’t that bad.
Photographer Jonathan Marmand aimed to capture firearms from World War II at their most intimate moments for his 2016 “Made of Steel” calendar.
Rocio Galarza, with the Sesame Workshop, said they hope the materials can be used to help military children grow smarter, stronger and kinder.
Engineers and technicians have spent the last two months turning live artillery shells, recovered from the mud of Savannah harbor, into inert museum pieces.
Hugo Schmeisser was to the submachine gun, what John Browning was to the machine gun, and blazed a path all the way to the venerable AK-47 assault rifle.
The city said notices were sent to Williams and as his bank, but he said it was the wrong bank and he never received any notifications.
President Obama last week signed the NDAA into law, which, among other pro-gun reforms, will allow the Civilian Marksmanship Program to sell surplus Army .45s.
NPR talks with Scott Atran, an anthropologist who has spent a lot of time talking with former ISIS fighters, and he says moderation is not the answer.
Turkish officials claim the plane violated Turkish airspace from Syria and ignored repeated warnings, which Russia denies.