The BAR name tends to confuse the current generations of shooters. Often seen in print referring to the light machine gun John Moses Browning introduced around 1918, shooters today usually think of a popular sporting rifle more suited for whitetails than fighting the Kaiser when they hear the name—though these two guns do share some of the same genetics.
When officers arrived, Aaron Lujan, was on his knees next to his SUV with the much older couple behind him, both with guns trained in his direction.
How do violent criminals in the Big Apple get their hands on guns? That’s what a new study by New York City Hall and Rutgers University intends to find out.
After several decades of decline in our homicide rate nationwide, large cities in the United States are seeing increases in the number of murders.
Washington, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier advised action by civilians to take down active shooters while she has only granted 40 concealed carry permits.
David Wright said they had guns partly because they wanted to show force, but added, “It would be ridiculous to protest Islam without defending ourselves.”
Authorities arrested a recently discharged Army Reserve soldier with a criminal history in connection with the theft of 16 guns from his former armory in Worcester.
The following six hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the deer woods each fall in the hands of hunters.
Video of the Paris attacks reveals some interesting things occuring during the attack. I’ll address at least two and comment on media coverage.
The University of Arkansas is hosting an art exhibit that seeks to draw attention to the “disturbing shortening cycle of shock” that follows mass shootings