Glenn Fleming is a former reality TV personality and a well respected gunsmith. He helped build the suitcase-sized minigun called the XM556. It was a huge crowd pleaser when it was launched at Shot Shot in January 2017.
Police in St. Louis could be a few months away from wearing body cameras after a contentious board meeting Wednesday saw unanimous approval of the devices.
A Wisconsin bill that would allow lawful gun owners to carry concealed firearms without a permit advanced out of a state Senate committee this week, but Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said he hoped that’s as far as the legislation gets.
The publicly-traded California-based gunshot location service announced this week they have expanded their reach to over 90 jurisdictions with the addition of several new contracts.
A former gang member turned gun control champion has stepped down from many of the organizations she once supported and now legally carries a handgun.
Gov. Jerry Brown is reversing a parole board decision to release a man serving time for a 1984 jewelry store heist that left a Los Angeles officer dead.
The suspect was shot in the chest, is expected to survive, and will be charged, while Wertz – unsatisfied with company policy – is looking for another job.
The Utah Legislature’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee gave approval this week to a measure that would drive up renewal costs for concealed firearms permits and background checks.
A federal appeals court has upheld the Seattle Police Department’s use-of-force policy that limits police use of firearms.
Four students from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering won a city-sponsored design contest to create technology to prevent unauthorized users from firing a gun.