A Kansas woman pleaded guilty to federal weapon charges last weeks after two firearms she purchased were used in connection with shootings at a lawn equipment factory in Hesston, Kan.
Claudia Ruiz Massieu, foreign minister of Mexico, has called on the U.S. to pass a new ban on firearms that she labels “assault weapons.”
A debate in Africa over the presence of an AK-47 on a national flag helps start this conversation on the symbolism of guns in private hands.
Century Arms announced a new AK optic mounting system — the AK Micro Dot Side Mount — is on its way to stores.
In what some gun rights advocates are calling a confusing development, Attorney General Maura Healey attempted to further clarify her reinterpretation of the state’s assault weapon ban.
Setting up a booth as the “Citizens Committee for Commonsense Gun Control” the commentator live trolls passersby with buzzwords to take the temperature of the man on the street for gun confiscation.
An art gallery in the UK is advising that three decommissioned AK-47s were seized by U.S. Customs agents on their way to Houston for public exhibition.
The AK Operator’s Union, Local 47-74, has been doing a series of 5,000 round tests on common Kalash. One on the Inter Ordnance variant is getting some feedback from the factory.
A group of city leaders joined the entire Massachusetts congressional delegation to support Attorney General Maura Healey’s recent controversial “assault weapon” ban restructuring.
Some of his latest creations include hand-rolled blunts shaped like an AK-47, a golden handgun and a grenade, all of which he sold for a hefty $7,000.