​A Washington mini-mart owner who has survived robberies in the past turned the tables on a would-be bandit last week.
​After Shopify banned sales of some semiautomatic firearms through its e-commerce platform earlier this year, retailers began flocking to friendlier industry players, like Gearfire and AmmoReady.
​The National Rifle Association is ramping up efforts for the 2020 election, according to NRA President Oliver North on Newsmax TV, who projects to double in size to protect gun rights and fight back against the burgeoning "Disarming America" movement.
Action News Jax is investigating a new Florida law, stripping away gun rights for certain people.
Starting off with a salvaged 20mm cannon from an F-16, a lot of work went into getting it working and mounted to one of Toyota’s hybrid electric go-carts.
The NRA and Second Amendment Foundation filed suit against the gun controls in Washington state’s Initiative 1639.
The firearm procurement process in Toledo, Ohio, is being used by Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz (D) to force gun makers to adopt more controls.
Federal law prohibits medical marijuana users from possessing or buying firearms and ammunition — even if state law allows the drug’s use.
The US is racing to devise the next generation of weapons. Will China beat them to it?
Washington state’s new voter-approved gun-control measure violates citizens’ Second Amendment right to bear arms, gun-rights advocates including the National Rifle Association asserted in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
​A late night altercation at a California office complex left an alleged armed intruder dead.
​The Republic, Washington, City Council is mulling legislation to shield itself from state and national laws that limit Second Amendment gun rights, including the recently passed Initiative 1639.
​New figures from Ohio’s attorney general show that the Buckeye State issued more carry licenses in the second quarter of the year than ever before.
Stiletto Systems has announced that it is implementing a multi-stage plan to a radical rethink of high power bullet technology.
​The California mass shooting that cost the lives of a dozen people has immediately brought demands for stricter gun-control laws, but California is a state with very strict gun laws already.
​This is absolutely tragic. Police officers in Anne Arundel County, Maryland arrived at a man’s home to confiscate his guns under the state’s Red Flag law. When he answered the door holding a gun, a fight ensued and they shot him dead.
​A Wisconsin-based novelty glassware company with a gun culture tie-in is giving back to their employees this holiday season.
​We never learn. In the right (or wrong) hands, benevolent plans can easily be put to malevolent purposes.
​Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), along with several other Democrats, has placed gun control at the top of their list of issues to tackle in 2019 — but Dana Loesch and the National Rifle Association aren’t going to let that slide.
The Pentagon is to plough tens of millions into developing state-of-the-art laser weapons - to ensure it doesn't lag behind Russia and Chin
As Democrats are set to control the House of Representatives next year, they say one of their first agendas will be to introduce a new set of gun control bills, especially in wake of the Thousand Oaks, California mass shooting that killed twelve people.
R.J. Young never liked guns. The author grew up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a place steeped in gun culture and awash in Confederate flags.
The passage of I-1639 has gun sales in Washington quickly rising, a trend that’s become consistent with candidates and ballot measures in favor of gun control.
Viridian Weapon Technologies announces that the Williams Police Department, located just west of Flagstaff, Arizona, has deployed the FACT Duty Weapon-Mounted Camera (WMC).
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