Safety

Professional firearms instructors across the country will offer free training classes to school administrators and teachers this weekend as part of the first annual “National Train a Teacher Day.” NTATD, a collaborative effort between ScotShot instructor Grant Gallagher and Trigger Pressers Union founder Klint Macro, will provide medical, concealed carry and tactical training for school
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Following a creepy break-in that left her unsettled, Tomi Ledford changed her lifestyle, got some training, and got a gun. Guns.com caught up with Ledford at the 147th National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in Dallas earlier this month and she took the time to share her story with us. “I was coming home late with
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Adam Jackson, founder of Edge AI, developed facial recognition software capable of detecting violent offenders before they enter a soft target. (Photo: Beacon Center of Tennessee) A military veteran in Tennessee wants to install groundbreaking facial recognition software at vulnerable targets to thwart potential attacks — except a state licensing board won’t let him, according
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Typically county commissioners wouldn’t scoff at a septuagenarian receiving death threats. But then again, Marion Hammer is not your typical septuagenarian. “Who the heck would threaten her anyway? The preachers? The teachers? The nurses and doctors? The League of Women Voters? The Moms Demand Action? She’s ridiculous,” said Leon County Commissioner Mary Ann Lindley to
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The U.S. Justice Department wants it known their NIJ agency only certifies body armor, such as shown on the above label. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) With sales of what is often described as “bulletproof” backpacks surging in the weeks after a high-profile shoot shooting, the Justice Department wants it known they have not issued any certifications
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The Remington sign at the company’s booth during SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) Federal appellate judges appeared resistant to arguments for overturning last year’s $12.5 million class action settlement agreement over Remington Arms’ infamous Model 700 trigger design, a recording of the Feb. 14 hearing shows. Representing two class members, attorney
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The Honor Guard will undergo a voluntary upgrade that will modify its striker housing. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) In response to concerns raised about its flagship pistol, Georgia-based gun maker Honor Defense announced a voluntary upgrade program for Honor Guard owners who still might be questioning the safety of the pistol. The controversy began in December
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Allegations surrounding the Honor Guard’s drop safety have reignited conversations regarding the gun industry’s regulations. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) A YouTube video showing the Honor Defense Honor Guard discharging after being struck with a hammer has revived conversations regarding industry standards. The video posted by Patrick Roberts of The Firearm Rack caused some controversy late last
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Over 40,000 acres of public land is administered by the Delaware Departments of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Environmental Control and courts have ended a ban on visitors possessing firearms. (Photo: Delaware.gov) To comply with a Delaware Supreme Court ruling, state agriculture and parks agencies announced interim guidelines this week to modify gun free zones.
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