The Washington Metropolitan Police Department after losing part of their electronic fingerprint database is sending gun owners notice that they need to come by and give them again. Read more
“They’re not allowed to wear anything that would have a weapon on it,” said the district Interim Superintendent, Alan McCartney. “Our main purpose is education. Wearing pictures of weapons brings to mind those things in our society that are not pertinent to education.” Read more
The Russian-own Kalashnikov Concern set the record straight about its relationship with “Under Siege 2: Dark Territory” actor Steven Seagal.
The Russian-government owned Rostec Corporation has handed over the majority of shares of a small arms factory to a businessman to allegedly skirt sanctions and sell rifles in the U.S. and European countries, Reuters reported.
Several countries joined the call to regulate the international trade of conventional weapons this week with the signing the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, an agreement that will make governments responsible for the flow of small arms, ammunition, military equipment and more across their borders. Read more
The Guns Rights Policy Conference kicked off in The Windy City despite major flight delays and cancellations from around the country due to a fire that effectively shut down both Chicago airports for the better part of a day. Read more
She had recently taken out a protective order against the man, fearing that he might try to harm her or the children after she discovered he had allegedly been sexually abusing the children and taking pictures of their “private parts.” Read more
Two men have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to transport stolen weapons, connected to the sale of seven guns believed to be owned by the family of the late dictator of Iraq. Read more
A felon with a history of selling guns and drugs was sentenced to 15 years in a federal prison Thursday for selling his wares to an informant working with law enforcement. Read more
Owning a National Firearms Act item is trouble enough with the $200 tax stamp, stack of paperwork and all the extra equipment and ammo. But when it comes to owning a Howitzer, the latter is doubly difficult. On this episode of “We The People,” Dom Spano talks about his life as the proud owner of a 75mm Pack Howitzer.