Hank Strange meets with Safety Harbor’s Walter Keller II who breaks out a a very dramatic range toy: a pistol-grip SHTF .50 BMG Pistol.
A $75,000 personal injury case against Glock filed by an Arkansas policeman has been scheduled for trial in a federal court, according to the final scheduling order filed last week.
Illinois-based Rock Island Auction House describes the antique French revolver as in “very fine” condition.
Two giants in the gun industry are hashing out a conflict over a patent design in federal court, according to court documents filed this month.
Century Arms announced a new AK optic mounting system — the AK Micro Dot Side Mount — is on its way to stores.
Designed by unsung firearms genius Harry Sanford, the .44 Auto Mag (44 AMP) was born in 1958 and the gun that shot it has been out of production since 1982. That may be changing.
The four men who worked for the now defunct Sabre Defence pleaded guilty in 2011 to violating the Arms Export Control Act and conspiracy. They all received between 13-18 months in prison.
Remington Arms has been slow out the gate at producing handguns, but senior managers told investors last week that they’ve been eyeing the pistol market.
The gun maker says certain FN SCAR 17S rifles contain a bolt that does not meet internal hardness specifications and firing the rifles could result in catastrophic failure. A total of 417 defective rifles were shipped July 28-29.
Concealment furniture maker Tactical Walls brings Radio Frequency Identification technology to two models of rifle length storage shelves.