The National Shooting Sports Foundation announced the state of Alabama will join the ranks of 12 other states by participating in the Hunting Works for America program.
Ruger was sued for retaining a “firing mechanism design that was over 100 years old” over more improved designs that could prevent accidental discharges.
Police departments in Washington, Milwaukee, and LA were each given $1 million for the National Crime Gun Intelligence Center Initiative, which launched earlier in 2016.
Shares of Smith & Wesson stock fell by $2 at the end of trading Monday after the U.S. Army rejected the company’s bid to replace the M9 service pistol.
Smith & Wesson notified investors Friday that the M&P will not advance to the next phase of testing in the Defense Department’s mission to replace the Army’s M9.
Brazilian gun maker, Taurus, furnished one of its limited run 10th Anniversary Judge revolvers for auction on Gunbroker.com with all proceeds benefiting the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action.
Kriss USA announced yesterday that the company is shipping a 10mm auto version of its Vector Gen II line of firearms to authorized dealers.
A federal jury convicted owner of the Utah-based HK Parts of dealing guns without a license and filing a false tax returns, the Justice Department announced Friday.
A federal court sentenced a Rockford man to 188 months in prison for his role in concealing and selling guns stolen from a private collection.
Accidental discharges are at the center of a recall issued yesterday by Thompson/Center Arms on their Compass model of bolt-action rifles.