Beretta’s new i-Protect system, capable of tracking the gun’s movement and operation is to be tested by the Italian Carabinieri corps.
Over 20 companies attended the Army’s XM-17 Modular Handgun competition today to show off their products in the running to replace the 9mm M9 and M9A1.
The gun control line of reasoning ends—our guns are killing people in other countries; we must restrict our guns. This claim disproves their own case.
Michael Ryan is charged with removing serial numbers off firearms, making false statements to licensed gun dealers, and exporting firearms overseas.
Accidental discharges by Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies has more than doubled in the two years since the department switched its service weapon.
Beretta and Browning are offering rebates on a nice selection of firearms that range from $25 to $100 off popular guns bought before June 30.
TriStar recently announced the addition of a Bronze model to its flagship line of reliable gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns.
Sako is now shipping their carbon-fiber-stocked 85 Carbonlight. Chambered for several popular hunting cartridges, it is the lightest Model 85 ever made.
An Army whitepaper released Monday questions a plan sending as many as 100,000 “untraceable” 1911s to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
An add-on to the upcoming National Defense Authorization Act that passed committee includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP 1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.