Mark Serbu is at it again with an incognito shotgun capable of hiding in plain sight in the form of a fire extinguisher that holds a shotgun surprise on the inside.
Covert gun concealers fancying a little James Bond-like action can head over to online auction site Gunbroker.com to nab a piece of spy history in the way of the HK Operational Briefcase.
A bill to strike the prohibition of silencers in Illinois, one of just eight states that still outlaws the items, made it through committee this week and may get a vote in the Senate.
Guns.com recently visited Independent Studio Services (ISS), the Los Angeles-based supplier of firearm props used in 75 to 80 percent of films and TV.
Contrary to the familiar trope, a short barreled submachine gun on its rock and roll setting is not the uncontrollable room broom some would have you to believe.
A jury on Monday held that two men violated federal law by manufacturing and selling silencers, brushing aside a Kansas statute that grants exemptions from federal gun control laws.
With the possible removal of silencers/suppressors from NFA control, a number of legal questions around the devices emerge.
A Republican trifecta in Washington next year will likely see action on a bill to remove firearm suppressors from National Firearms Act regulation after 82 years.
The last of three Washington National Guard soldiers who swapped a live M72A5 LAW rocket and launcher among themselves after returning from Afghanistan has been hit with probation this week.
San Diego Police shoveled out Wal-Mart gift cards between $50 and $100 each for a total of 48 guns handed over in Palm City over the weekend, and garnered some interesting NFA items.