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A sniper mistakenly fired his weapon during a speech by President Francois Hollande in south-western France on Thursday, slightly injuring two people. Video footage of the speech in the town of Villognon - on the opening of a high-speed train between Tours...
Although largely ineffective and mostly just for show, gun “buyback” programs are pretty common nationwide. They allow local governments and police departments to put out PR stories saying that they have removed “X” amount of guns from potentially falling...
Oh yes, it’s that time. The 10mm Automatic, what hasn’t been said about it? Well, a decently sourced article about its history*, maybe, but that’s for another time. Right now, we’re considering the 10mm Auto (or 10mm Norma as...
A Federal Appeals court has ruled in favor of Maryland’s “assault weapon” ban that puts a limit on magazine capacity among other restrictions. In a 10-4 ruling in favor of the ban, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in...
Yet another story about a terrible muzzleloader accident—one of several that caused this gun to be discontinued. A few months ago we came across a story of a hunter having a very bad hunting accident with the Savage ML10 .50 cal muzzleloader. Well...
  AS AUSTRALIANS it is safe to say we don’t always “get” or agree with gun laws in the United States. But actually visiting some of these gun-loving towns is like stepping onto another planet. On a recent trip to...
This video takes up the pros and cons of buying an AR-15 versus building one yourself. “Building” of course refers to making changes to a very basic AR-15 rifle using kits, aftermarket parts and accessories. The AR-15 shown in...
Two weeks ago, I found myself in eastern Virginia at the O’Gara Group Training and Services facility as a guest of Beretta USA. The purpose of the Tactical Summit was to acquaint a group of writers and editors with...
Many people say gun ownership in America is a privilege, not a right. So what did the Founding Fathers intend for us when they wrote the Second Amendment? Eugene Volokh, Professor of Law at UCLA, shares his interpretation of the...
Hickok45 managed to get his hands on an original piece of history, a full-auto-only BAR in 30.06 with variable rate of fire. Made around 1919, this BAR is stamped as a ‘Browning Machine Rifle’ and only fires full auto. Designed...