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Toronto Looks for Citywide Ban on Handgun Sales

After most recent shooting, the city council voted 41-4 to ask Canada’s federal government to approve the restriction.

How Criminals Get Guns: Prison for Man who Stole 55 Guns after Cutting off Alarm, Climbing in Store Skylight

A man was sentenced to 33 months imprisonment after admitting to stealing 55 handguns.

Nebraska Gun Permit Fees to Stay Same

Nebraska legislators rejected a proposal to increase the permit application fee to $25.

SHOT Show: Archon Type B is Worth a Look

Another high-capacity, 9 mm striker-fired pistol might sound ordinary, but the Archon Type B stands out.

The Armed Citizen® November 2010

A gas station clerk was working the register when a man walked in and confronted him. He slid a note to the clerk with the words "money now" inscribed on it and demanded the safe be opened. The clerk ran from the store and attempted to phone police, but his assailant quickly caught up with him.

The Armed Citizen® October 2010

A man, his wife and his school-age brother were asleep in their apartment when an intruder forced his way inside. Illegally wielding a gun, the suspect ordered the tenants into the bathroom. The male tenant asked to retrieve a blanket-a ruse to go get his pistol.

New Numbers on Our Concealed-Carry Nation

There are now more than 19.48 million citizens with permits to carry concealed handguns in America, and that’s not counting the millions who carry in the 16-plus states—depending on how you count them—that have some type of constitutional carry, where a permit is not required if you are a law-abiding citizen.

Virginia County Lowers Concealed Handgun Permit Fee

Roanoke County Board of Supervisors lowered the fee for a carry-concealed permit, but some board members felt it could have been lowered further.

Colt’s Redesigned Handguns Make for a Better Shooting Experience

Colt has been changing their handgun offerings in small but significant ways.

Sightmark Laser Boresight for .380 ACP Helps Zero a Gun

The device advertises that it allows for easier and more accurate zeroing, from 15 to 100 yards.

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