Zimmerman indicated part of the money will go towards defeating Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Battle Rifle Company and Faxon Firearms, situated only a few rows from each other at the NRA Meeting in Louisville, got the exposure they deserve.
The Leader 50 A1 is only about as long as your typical Mini-14, but packs a much bigger punch and was on display at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Louisville.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is proposing to change how suppressors are marked, leaving trade groups and manufacturers puzzled.
Bloggers involved in the lube maker’s libel lawsuit filed a response describing the case as “a classic example of a business using litigation to suppress negative consumer reports.”
Monday, Smith & Wesson of Massachusetts announced a new option for the Performance Center ported M&P Shield: tritium night sights.
SilencerCo founder Josh Waldron spoke with Guns.com about his vision for the company’s integrally-suppressed Maxim 9 and its distribution schedule.
Connecticut gun maker O.F. Mossberg & Sons sued 12 separate companies last week over alleged infringements of a patented trigger design.
Can Can Concealment revealed a new color and updated sizes to its line of fashion forward corset holsters for women at the NRA Show in Louisville this past weekend.
The 145th National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting and Exhibits last week in Louisville was the largest since 2013 and came close to breaking the organization’s record.