Despite ratcheting up restrictions on legal firearms and limiting the field of available options, the number of gun transactions in California has been growing in recent years.
Police departments are having a hard time acquiring this kind of equipment because critics claim it damages police-community relations.
Cameron Hopkins knows his armory’s ad may ruffle a few feathers, but the gun shop owner stands by his claim — a Clinton win will skyrocket gun prices.
Former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe will helm the State of the Industry Dinner for largest gun trade show in the country.
During a recent gun writers’ conference, Jason Wilson, CEO of Lucid Optics, made a statement that would be brought up for the duration of the event.
Gun rights organizations have spent 14 times more on federal campaigns than gun control groups this election cycle, according to data collected by the Center for Responsive Politics.
Nineteen-year-old Kai Kloepfer is at the helm of Biofire Technologies, a start-up dedicated to producing the world’s first fully functional smart gun.
For two days in October, the Gander Mountain training facility gave a small group of writers a firsthand look at new guns and featured products from a wide-range of exhibitors.
Employees with the company handed out thousands of pounds of water and ice to Georgia residents who stopped by the factory on Thursday and Friday.
Taurus International continues to wade through lawsuits even after the company settled a $239 million product liability class action suit in federal court over the gun maker’s alleged defective trigger design.