For every Chuck Norris joke you read on the Internet, there’s a true and equally impressive Ernest Hemingway story.
We’ll give you one hint: It’s not who you think it is.
Stay thirsty, armed and smokin’, my friends.
As David knew when faced off against Goliath, sometimes having more will to win is more important than having more firepower.
Yes, pride, greed, lust, envy, sloth, gluttony, and wrath sound, well, if not bad, at least entertaining. But the "new" sins of men today also need to be called out.
If you’re looking for some seriously great – and under-read – crime authors, don’t sleep on these masters.
Sweet deals are made of this: A bunch of digital stuff and a basket of dough from Uncle Sam.
The 1911 Colt .45, as American as a killer apple pie. After more than a century of service, the Colt .45 will still stop an enemy cold. No wonder they're still blasting away.
The story the 'Washington Post' wants to tell is that police shoot first and ask questions later — even when they're looking down the barrel of a replica handgun brandished by a real bad guy.
Beer cans and bunnies attacking the front porch at night? Get yourself the top-of-the-line critter-killer, the Ruger 10/22.
Does "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" make you want to fight? If you answer that question wrong, we're going to kick your ass. Because we're badder than old King Kong. And meaner than a junkyard dog.
There is a major aspect of the relationship between America and guns that isn’t much known or celebrated, but should be. Guns were the seed that spawned the Industrial Revolution on these shores.
It was one of the great dilemmas of modern mob history: What to do about the mobster who'd accidentally killed a federal agent? Herein an insider's account.
How to Properly Handle a Firearm