No, seriously. We really shot at explosives and made them blow up. We even experienced some near-full-auto fun with a slide fire!
The District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) said the city has received a total of 38 applications for concealed carry permits since it began accepting them last month.
It has been exactly one month since the city of Washington, D.C., began accepting applications for its new concealed carry permit, and the city does not know how long it will take to process those requests.
The firearms manufacturer Taurus has introduced an innovative new pistol to the market. It shares many of the features that other subcompact handguns have made popular in recent years. It’s small, lightweight, and easily concealable. However, the Taurus Curve is also… well… curved.
DC Police fingerprinted me yesterday.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another blow to California’s may-issue concealed carry law. The three judge panel has ruled that California’s attorney general as well as gun control groups may not appeal their original ruling saying the state could not reject applicants for arbitrary reasons.
An executive at the video game giant Bungie, who created the games Halo and Destiny, has been swatted. A 911 call claimed that there was a man holding the unnamed Bungie executive’s family hostage. Police responded to the call but found that it was not true.