Ruger expands its Ruger Precision Rifle series adding new models chambered in .338 Lapua and .300 Winchester Magnum.
Kansas Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach has been prevented from riding in a local Kansas parade alongside a replica machine gun.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Heller that the Second Amendment protects the rights of individuals to keep and bear firearms caused a number of state legislatures to allow students with permits to carry their weapons on public college campuses.
​With over a century of experience with the type, Ishapore Enfield rifles have a lineage of long service.
Some of the most cutting-edge weapons in the US's military arsenal can be "easily hacked" using "basic tools", a government report has concluded.
The United States’s prevalence of mass shootings don’t outweigh those recorded around the world, according to new research from Dr. John Lott.
The notion that certain Americans are pre-emptively guilty of wrongdoing, whether there's any corroborating evidence to back up an accusation or not, isn't reserved for conservatives who happen to be in contention for a Supreme Court seat. In the hierarchy of progressive values, due process is a bottom dweller.
The US Army seeks to field a new long-range precision strike munition by the early 2020s, expediting the timeline for onboarding the new weapon by about four years.
Wells Fargo is not a perfect bank. It’s dealt with numerous scandals in recent years, whether it was sales goals forcing employees to open up fraudulent accounts or various data breaches.
​Since the Supreme Court’s Heller v. DC (2008) and McDonald v. Chicago (2010) rulings, gun owners have been waiting for the court to expand on its interpretation of the Second Amendment.
Violent crime reports involving guns in Memphis declined nearly 18 percent in the first eight months of 2018, suggesting federal efforts to stifle illegal activity so far prove effective.
​The U.S. Army is working with industry to implement drone operations that enable high-risk combat missions to be controlled by a U.S.-based pilot, reducing vulnerability to enemy attack and drawing upon advanced satellite networks to improve video feeds.
The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court is being celebrated by the right wing and by supporters of gun rights—those are not necessarily identical—but before passing out the bottles of beer, pause a moment.
The nation’s largest pro-gun member organization has a new low grade for political candidates and one of those against the group claims it is a win.
Rep Beto O'Rourke: I Don't Think we Should be Selling AR-15s in this Country
Dickson “Q” Amoah said he started the Chicago-based 761st Gun Club — named after the famed all black tank battalion that fought Nazis on European battlefields during the Second World War — after seeing a swell of black gun owners after the 2016 election.

Italy’s Armalite: The Beretta AR70 (VIDEO)

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Designed in the 1960s and built by Pietro Beretta , the AR70 was adopted by the Italian military in the 1970s. A gas-piston design that borrowed from a lot of earlier autoloaders of the era, the 5.56mm AR70 was developed in lieu of acquiring a license from Colt to produce M16s to supplement Italy’s BM-59, the latter an upgraded M1 Garand in 7.62x51mm NATO with a box magazine.
​Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will take his seat on the nation’s highest court Tuesday and hear cases involving firearms and immigration.
A resident shot and killed a person trying to break into their house, Chicago police said.
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), a component of the Department of Justice, for 1,900 pages of records about a proposed reclassification that would effectively ban certain types of AR-15 ammunition as armor-piercing (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:18-cv-02218)).
Michel Martin sits down with gun rights activist and Gun Dynamics' very own Larry Ward.
​The notion that certain Americans are preemptively guilty of wrongdoing, whether there’s any corroborating evidence to back up an accusation or not, isn’t reserved for conservatives who happen to be in contention for a Supreme Court seat. In the hierarchy of progressive values, due process is a bottom dweller.
​For journalists, researchers and the general public, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention serves as an authoritative source of information about Americans’ health, including estimates of how many people are killed or injured by guns.
By all appearances the Kentwood Gun Concealment Mirror by Timber Vaults looks like a lightweight decorative mirror, but looks can be deceiving. The Kentwood is part of a style of gun storage known as concealment furniture.
​Gun safety regulation has been a controversial topic for a long time.

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