The recent attack on a British soldier by assassins wielding meat cleavers while bystanders looked on raises the question: "Why didn't anyone try to help the victim?"
Correction: The final price for the knife sold for $35,400 and the money goes to a great cause! Thanks ~ Mike P.
On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid read from a prepared statement that “On the anti-gun legislation before the Senate, we are making good progress on the effort to schedule a series of votes on amendments to the anti-gun-violence legislation before the Senate.”
Gay couples living in states that do not recognize their marriage will now be unable to transfer firearm ownership to their partners without undergoing a background check, should federal gun legislation recently proposed by Democratic Sen. Harry Reid become law.
The list of items seized from the home of Nancy Lanza and her son Adam, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter, includes the likely murder weapon of Nancy Lanza, along with two other firearms. But this weapon would not be included in the proposed federal assault weapons ban, nor is it clear the ban would have any effect on any of the weapons Lanza used in the school shootings.
National Rifle Association commentator Colion Noir responded sharply today to comedian Jim Carrey’s video mocking gun owners and the late Charlton Heston, who served as NRA's president.
Former astronaut and gun-control advocate Mark Kelly, while on a family vacation at a Laguna Beach, Calif., resort had to violently pull his teenage daughter's dog off a young sea lion it was mauling on the beach.
NRA News unveiled its newest commentator, Colion Noir, on its website Monday.
The 18-member Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-8 along party lines Thursday to allow S.150, California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein's Assault Weapons Ban of 2013, to go to the Senate for a vote.
Yesterday Jim Moran, a congressman whose district encompasses Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia held a community forum entitled “Preventing Another Newtown: A Conversation on Gun Violence in America.”
The National Rifle Association has enlisted Colion Noir, a self-described "urban gun enthusiast," for its latest ad campaign.
The fastest-growing shooting sports activity is known as a "3-gun' competition," in which participants use a rifle, shotgun and handgun to engage targets at various ranges while moving through a course. Winning the competition requires both speed and accuracy -- and may just require shooting "like a girl."
On February 5, 2013 the Department of Homeland Security issued a “Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Item” for ammunition to be purchased and delivered to the DHS Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico.
In a live-streamed question and answer session Tuesday with Parents Magazine, Vice President Joe Biden told a concerned questioner to "buy a shotgun" and use the home defense strategy he gave to his wife Jill.
Retired Navy SEAL Dave Hall steadied his custom built Remington 700 sniper rifle and fired the first shot at 8:45:30 AM on September 11, 2012. He would fire the rifle 78 more times at a target that stood 911 yards from his muzzle.
The Department of Homeland Security, in a public solicitation for a “personal defense weapon” describes what would otherwise be called an “assault rifle” if owned by a civilian.
The organizer of the Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show announced Thursday that it will cancel the event, following boycotts in reaction to its decision to ban exhibitors from displaying AR-15-type rifles.
We see the media using the wrong terms constantly when discussing guns. “Clip” is used for magazine. “Automatic weapon” and “weapons of war” are two phrases used to describe a semi-automatic .223. Anything that has a pistol grip is called an assault weapon. People that have no idea of what they are talking about are doing a lot of talking. It’s frustrating.
State senator Beth Bye and state representative Bob Godfrey, two Connecticut democrats, have introduced legislation that would severely limit ownership of firearms and access to ammunition for Ct. residents.