Special Forces Soldier Shatters Sniper Record – Kills ISIS Fighter From 2 Miles Away

Special Forces Soldier Shatters Sniper Record – Kills ISIS Fighter From 2 Miles Away

There’s a running list of incredibly long shots made by snipers. Coalition forces in the barren desert landscapes of Afghanistan and Iraq have been using the long open sight distances to make some incredible shots. And the record has again...
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Escaped Cop Killer Fugitives Captured by Two Homeowners With Guns

Escaped Cop Killer Fugitives Captured by Two Homeowners With Guns

Opponents of the Second Amendment often press its defenders to produce evidence that law abiding citizens use guns for self defense. Even though it happens every day, they are reluctant to believe it. Those stories don’t often make headlines. This...
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Seattle gun tax failure? Firearm sales plummet, violence spikes after law passes

Seattle gun tax failure? Firearm sales plummet, violence spikes after law passes

When the City of Seattle passed a tax on all sales of guns and ammunition, the measure was hailed as a way to defray the rising costs of gun violence. But since the tax took effect, those costs have only...
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Congress Baseball Shooter Used Rifle Invented in 1940s During Shooting, Not AR-15

Congress Baseball Shooter Used Rifle Invented in 1940s During Shooting, Not AR-15

News of mass shootings and terrorist attacks follow an almost typical pattern. As soon as the shock and horror begin to fade, the debate about means and motive take center stage. Those conversations, as they have in the case of...
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Hearing Protection Act before House committee this week

Hearing Protection Act before House committee this week

The sponsor of a bill to drop suppressors from National Firearms Act regulation is looking to fold an improved version of the proposal into a larger sportsmen’s package. South Carolina Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan currently has 148 co-sponsors on...
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Following Multiple Terror Attacks, Many Brits Want Their Gun Rights Back

Following Multiple Terror Attacks, Many Brits Want Their Gun Rights Back

After the most recent terror attack in the London Bridge area that left eight people dead and nearly 50 more injured, British activists are calling for looser gun laws. Advocacy groups are saying the British government has left citizens vulnerable...
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Marine Corps Will Likely Adopt Army 5.56 Rifle Round, General Says

Marine Corps Will Likely Adopt Army 5.56 Rifle Round, General Says

After repeated urgings from Congress to move to a common rifle round with the Army, Marine Corps officials told lawmakers Tuesday that they’re getting close to being able to do so. The Marine Corps continues to use M855 ammo for...
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NC House votes to loosen gun laws

NC House votes to loosen gun laws

RALEIGH, N.C. — The House voted 65-54 Wednesday to relax laws governing the carrying of concealed weapons and to allow lawmakers to carry guns in the legislative building. A final vote on the measure is expected Thursday. House Bill 746...
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Czech government tells its citizens how to fight terrorists: Shoot them yourselves

Czech government tells its citizens how to fight terrorists: Shoot them yourselves

Guns from a previously held firearms surrender are displayed at police headquarters in Manchester, England. (Andrew Yates/Reuters) A couple of months ago, Czech President Milos Zeman made an unusual request: He urged citizens to arm themselves against a pos...
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N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

TRENTON — The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem. The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns...
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