We can walk on another world, but can’t cure the common cold, cure HIV, build a flying car, or make fusion reactors work. Nor can we make smart guns.
Brigham Young’s Colt Model 1849 revolver was put up for auction by his direct descendants and they expect it to sell for $500,000 to $850,000.
In the 1990s, a Manhattan investor bought a struggling Colt thinking he could make the company millions by innovating firearms technology.
Hickok45 recreates the days of the Greatest Generation and goes back to 1945 to test the standard German and American sidearms of WWII.
A federal court sided with Remington Arms in a dispute with the government’s vetting process regarding an Army contract that had been awarded to Colt after it declared bankruptcy.
The Tuscon Police Department since 1934 has been holding on to a Thompson submachine gun they took off John Dillinger, which Peru, Indiana says was stolen from them.
During the investigation, Franey expressed to multiple witnesses his support for ISIS, his intentions to kill non-Muslims and his desire to get guns.
Taxpayers have paid more than $120 million in subsidies to attract firearms makers to their states since 2013.
Kalashnikov, manufacturer of the well-known AK-47, will begin assembling its rifles in Florida, following recent approval by the city of Pompano Beach.
Some of the spokeswomen we were lucky enough to meet and chat with at SHOT Show 2016