A gun owner in Maine has set off controversy with a sign on his property that declares, “Black rifles matter. Yes, we have ’em. No, you can’t take ’em.”
President Obama plans on vetoing legislation which would allow the families of those killed during the 9/11 attacks to sue the government of Saudi Arabia in the U.S. court system.
Wizard World spokesman Jerry Milani said they “want everyone to have a good time at the show” and apparently that’s not conducive with a fake gun display.
World Series of Fighting CEO Carlos Silva said they aren’t just looking for good fighters, they’re looking for guys with great stories.
A message for gun manufacturers and buyers: It’s time to move past the special guns for women phase because designing for the “average” woman is impossible.
Zore X, the smart gun lock, has achieved resounding success in its crowdfunding campaign, raising more than $170,000 so far.
Lipsey’s, of Baton Rouge, recently announced they’re the developer and exclusive distributor of a new version of the Ruger Shopkeeper Bearcat 22 LR revolver.
Minnesota-based Birchwood Casey announced this week the release of three new versions of their popular Dirty Bird targets.
Walker’s, of Texas, has come up with a radically new design for ear protection with their new Razor-X earbud headset. The Razor-X is worn behind the neck, and has retractable electronic earbuds.
An interview with director Stephanie Soechtig exposes her ignorance about guns in America—when she’s not admitting to criminal acts.