A Federal Court of Appeals Friday overturned a 2011 injunction won by Florida doctors against a state firearms owner’s privacy law. Read more
A U.S. District Court in Idaho held a sentencing hearing July 22 for a convicted felon who is in the United States illegally and pleaded guilty to being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.
“When I went in there, they tackled me. Both of them jumped up on top of me,” the homeowner said. “I come back and they see me with a gun, and they run.” Read more
The Salvo 12 has the potential to affect how Americans see silencers. It is Silencerco’s boldest product with the power to change hearts and minds. Read more
A U.S attorney in Louisiana wants felons carrying guns and dealing drugs to watch out. With the Project Safe Neighborhoods, local law enforcement and the feds are working diligently to enforce current laws.
Gun Bazaar Highlights
Remington is addressing issues surrounding the troublesome launch of their hotly-anticipated R51 single-stack subcompact and will be replacing the pistols. Read more
A patient walked into a Penn. hospital Thursday afternoon and opened fire once inside his psychiatrist’s office. But the psychiatrist was also armed and returned fire, critically wounding the patient. Read more
Limp-wristing is a scourge upon handgun shooters that must be destroyed. Here is one of my favorite wrist exercises for getting iron mitts. Read more
Adams Arms has slashed prices across the board. Already one of the most affordable makers of piston-operated AR-15s, now they’re even more approachable. Read more
In this exclusive interview, Josh Waldron, CEO of SilencerCo, discusses the inspiration behind the company’s new Salvo 12, a shotgun silencer, and opens up about the driving force behind the successful company. Read more