With the health care debate alive and kicking once again, a new study has found that Americans are paying hundreds of millions a year to care for people suffering from gun-related injuries.
While generally a conflict in which both sides duked it out with percussion muzzleloaders, the Civil War also saw some of the first widespread use of repeating rifles.
A statistic often used by gun control advocates has been shot down by a new study that finds far fewer gun sales are conducted without background checks than some would have people believe.
In a quest to find out which makes a better barrier to the wrecking ball that is the .50 cal, Royal Nonesuch grabbed a few buckets of sand and water for some backyard comparison tests.
Edwin Sarkissian froze a 5-gallon bucket of water then proceeded to make some shaved ice via Mossberg.
Matt on Demolition Ranch shows us what kind of force comes from the rapidly escaping gas of a rifle’s muzzle brake.
Taofledermaus took a break from the exotic shotgun shell research to test the ballistics of .40S&W brass loaded with the heads of captured Legomen.
Murphy’s bill, called the Gun Violence Research Act of 2017, would repeal provisions that essentially prevent the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal agencies from conducting research on gun violence and ways to prevent gun fatalities and injuries.
Edwin Sarkissian breaks out a vintage Winchester Model 94 Texas Ranger Commemorative and pits it against a tabletop of 24 gauge sheet metal.
The Micro Draco brings a 6.25-inch long barrel– including the birdcage– to the table and John Hickok experiments on its ability to keep the 7.62x39mm on target.