Rare Revolutionary War Rifle Stolen Nearly 50 Years Ago Found in Barn Sale, Now in Philadelphia Museum
These rifles created a significant advantage for George Washington’s militiamen.
Despite Four-Hour Wait to Speak, Texans for Gun Rights Addressed Legislators
Public commentators cited many concerns about encroachments on constitutional rights.
University of Virginia Canceled Gun Salute Honoring Veterans, Cited Concerns about Possible Panic
Until last week, the rifle volley has been included in Veterans Day ceremonies on campus for more than a decade.
Daisy Red Ryder Releases 80th Anniversary Commemorative BB Gun
The 80th anniversary edition features engraving on the forearm and a commemorative medallion on the stock.
Taurus USA’s Move to Georgia Sparks Regional Economic Growth
Gun maker’s arrival brings new manufacturing jobs, sparking growth in complementary businesses.
Illinois State Police Implementing Automated Phone System to Address Long Waits for Firearms Licenses
Licensing requirements and long waits are frustrating Illinois gun owners
Concealed Carrying Presents Unique Challenges for Women Motorcyclists
As with all concealed carry options, there’s probably not one answer for every woman.
Vermont Auctioning Off Guns Stored in Evidence
Guns involved in homicides or suicides are not accepted for the auctions.
Number of People Buying Guns for Black Friday Nearly Broke Background-Check Record
Background check numbers for 2019’s Black Friday were 11% higher than last year.
Minnesota Brothers Have Taught Firearms Safety Together for More Than 50 Years
The Wallin brothers started teaching firearms safety shortly after the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing.