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Get your drone hunting licenses in Deer Trail, Colorado

Get your drone hunting licenses in Deer Trail, Colorado

If you thought you had an opinion that drones are only used in lands “far, far away” you might want to reconsider. They might actually be buzzing somewhere above your heads and some people have decided to take a stand on the matter. In Deer Trail, Colorado, the town board is voting whether to establish bounties for taking down drones/unmanned aerial vehicles. Phillip Steel, one of the ... »

A new law in Missouri First graders can take NRA sponsored gun classes

A new gun law in Missouri – NRA sponsored gun classes for kids

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed the public safety bill which might see NRA sponsor a gun class for first graders. The course, called the Eddie Eagle Gunsafe Program, is teaching children about gun safety with the help of a cartoon character named Eddie Eagle. Some research studies have shown the ability of children to “memorize Eddie’s simple advice”, however, the memorized in... »

UCLA Professor: Gun Laws Will Never Stop A 'Crazed Madman'

UCLA Professor: Gun Laws Will Never Stop A ‘Crazed Madman’

Following the massacre at Santa Monica College, police investigators are trying to solve a mystery how the alleged gunman, John Zawahiri, was able to obtain an assault rifle used in the deadly shootings that left five people dead and five others injured. According to the police, 23-year-old Zawahiri had total of 1,300 rounds on disposal for the attacks on and around the campus along Pico Boulevard... »

3D printed bullet

Easy To Make 3D Printed Bullets

There are many things that can be made with 3D printers and a completely functional gun is one of them. The 3D Printed gun was not so easy to make, but it was quite cheap to produce – $25 was all that was needed. On the other side, a 3D printed bullet is quite easy to make and is even cheaper. This weekend, a man named Jeff Heeszel released a YouTube video of a man firing a shotgun. Nothing ... »

School Holds Toy Firearms Buyback

School Holds Toy Firearms Buyback

HAYWARD — An elementary school will has held a toy gun exchange this Saturday, they offered students a book and a chance to win a bicycle for turning in their toy weapons. Principal of Strobridge Elementary, Charles Hill insists that children playing with toy guns are more prone to not taking real firearms seriously. He said, “Playing with toys guns, saying ‘I’m going to sh... »

New Gun Laws Discourage Berettas Expansion in Maryland

New Gun Laws Discourage Beretta’s Expansion in Maryland

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley signed an infamous law earlier this month, outlawing more than 40 different firearms which are considered assault weapons (including the popular AR-15), prohibiting the sale of magazines carrying more than 10 rounds and requiring prospective buyers to undergo fingerprint licensing. One of the most prominent voices against the law was the Beretta USA factory in Acc... »

Gun manufacturers leaving Connecticut

Gun manufacturers leaving Connecticut

While this is not isolated to Connecticut, it is the latest state that has seen a number of weapon manufacturing companies considering relocating their operation in the wake of stricter gun laws being introduced. A number of companies, including Strum Ruger & CO, PTR industries and Stag Arms, are either considering moving their business to other states, or are already in the process of doing s... »


Inteliscope – Developing shooter’s firearm mount and Apple app

SANDPOINT, ID-May 14, 2013–Newly formed company “Inteliscope,” has announced the launch of the Inteliscope mount for firearm and Apple device app. Did you ever want a high tech scope that would display all kinds of data? From wind strength and direction, to GPS; with different types of crosshairs, 5x digital zoom, a flashlight and a strobe? That you can use to record and playback videos? You... »

State Department Orders Removal of 3D Gun Plans

State Department Orders Removal of 3d Gun Plans

Defense Distributed announced that they had been forced by the U.S. State Department to remove plans for a 3D-printed firearm from its website. The Twitter account affiliated with this non-profit corporation twitted on Thursday that “#DEFCAD has gone dark at the request of the Department of Defense Trade Controls. Take it up with the Secretary of State”. Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson bel... »

Ammunition shortage reaches all time high

Ammunition Shortage Reaches All Time High

After the massacre in the Newton Elementary school, firearm owners, already anxious that President Obama would tighten up the gun control legislations have gone into shopping overdrive. Large government purchases, and a plan by the DHS to purchase over a billion rounds have added fuel to the fire. Increased demand for guns and ammunition has cleaned out stores across the country. Concerned gun own... »

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