Turkey, pie, cider? Oh my. Bulletproof vest maker Bulletsafe asks: How Bulletproof is Thanksgiving dinner? Find out in this episode of “How Bulletproof.”
Optics maker EOTech agreed to pay the government $25.6 million Tuesday for selling defective sights to military and federal law enforcement agencies.
ATF agents warned him that he was committing a crime after 11 guns he sold through Arms List were intercepted on their way to Beirut, but he continued anyway.
NPR talks with Scott Atran, an anthropologist who has spent a lot of time talking with former ISIS fighters, and he says moderation is not the answer.
Claiming individuals are using the law as a reason to take someone’s life, a group of senate Democrats want to make a major change to the state’s self-defense statutes.
The Alabama Supreme Court is sticking by its guns in a September decision where it found a law banning the open carry of a gun onto someone else’s property unconstitutional.
The film “3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets” reconstructs the night Michael Dunn opened fire on a car full of black teens near a Florida gas station on Black Friday in 2012.
Moody’s downgraded Remington’s corporate rating for weak performance and expects that the company will not make meaningful improvements in the coming years.
Beretta has introduced the new M9A3 pistol in a bid to retain their U.S. military contract. The M9A3 is a modernized M9 / M9A1 that has several improvements.
In light of the recent attacks in Paris, European ministers met in Brussels last week to establish new gun control measures to include a ban on semi-auto firearms.