Five major retailers — Walmart, Amazon.com, Sears, Kmart and ACTA –agreed to pay $300,000 in penalties for selling thousands of toy guns prohibited by New York.
Kriss USA now offers updated square profile new barrel shrouds for their Vector Carbines. They’ve also developed a Canada-friendly version of their CRB.
Scouts in Maine are getting a chance to participate in the shooting sports on behalf of new suppressors, rifles and ammo contributed free of charge.
Details about how to obtain benefits from a settlement over alleged defective handgun designs by Taurus International will launch on a website in August.
Ruger has at long last made the American Rimfire rifle available with a hardwood stock. With this and other features this is a rifle for the generations.
A Muslim civil rights group filed suit against a Florida gun store for discrimination after the store’s owner deemed the shop a Muslim-free zone.
A group of 13 Senate Democrats are challenging the nation’s licensed gun dealers to stop transferring firearms to those who do not complete a background check
Beretta’s new i-Protect system, capable of tracking the gun’s movement and operation is to be tested by the Italian Carabinieri corps.
Wired broke the story that TrackingPoint rifles can be hacked. Was it surprising? A little bit. Was it unpredictable? Not at all.
Federal Premium Ammunition is now available in .380 ACP at competitive prices. It’s a little hot, designed with locked-breech .380s in mind.