An amendment to the NDAA might make old U.S. Army side arms available to citizens, through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
Looking for a fast way to get your empty Kalashnikov back in action? The AK-47 Mag Charger might be the accessory you've been hunting after.
Driven by the demand of its troops, U.S. Marine Corps special operations is adopting one of the world's most popular polymer-framed, striker-fired pistols.
This is a moment of Zen for gun folks. One of the U.S. Military’s most recognizable machine guns slowed down to a snail’s pace.
Collecting the timeless gunfighting pistols: The Luger, the 1911A1 and Single Action Army.
Remington Defense is now selling to the consumer market, here are the first four firearms heading to a gun store near you.
Record turnout for Morphy’s Jan. 31-Feb. 1 firearms auction yields $1.2 million result, including fierce bidding for a Vietnam-era marine sniper rifle.
With company's first foray into the full-sized striker-fired pistol market, Beretta is shooting at more than the consumer market. The gun maker looks to score a bull's eye as the U.S. Army's sidearm.
After around 100 years of service with the Canadian Military, the Lee-Enfield is being sidelined. However, the venerable and battle-tested rifle looks being replaced with another bolt-action.