The gunman who opened fire at the Ft. Lauderdale airport last year pleaded guilty in a Florida federal court to killing five people and injuring others during the attack.
Share prices for Smith & Wesson’s parent company, American Outdoor Brands, surged this week as details of a pending lawsuit over the Parkland shooting emerge.
Iota Outdoors relayed to consumers that reduction time on its custom stocks has been reduced by more than 50-percent with customers now facing expected ship dates of just under three weeks.
Strike Industries expands its accessories to include the new lightweight Enhanced Low Profile Steel Gas Block.
The Royal Danish Navy bought a small number of Madsen-Rasmussen rifles, making this odd weapon the first semi-auto adopted for military service.
Holosun Technologies introduced a new illuminator and laser unit, the LS420 Elite, into its lineup of illuminators.
Black rifle expert Jim Zimba with Bigshooterist holds class on the difference between the point of impact and point of aim when talking about adding a can to your gun.
The lawsuit filed in Broward County Circuit Court asks the court to rule that the families would not face potential financial ruin by bringing a case against American Outdoor Brands and gun store that sold the rifle the gunman used in the attack.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan proposed new gun control legislation this week while local prosecutors touted the number of guns removed from area residents under the state’s “red flag” law.
In one little corner of Georgia is a collection of dozens of the rarest armored vehicles in the country, and they will be on display for Memorial Day.