Gun Club Turns Tables on Windy City
For years, individuals and pro Second Amendment organizations have exposed the hypocrisy of so-called "gun buyback" programs, but an Illinois firearms group recently visited one hosted by the country's most notorious anti-gun city, with hilariously ironic results.
A Desperate City Proposes "Violence Tax" on Guns, Ammo
The Cook County (IL) Board of Commissioners is scheduled to consider a proposal next week that would place an additional tax on the sale of firearms and ammunition in the City of Chicago and its suburbs.
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County Nixes Ammo Tax, But Approves Gun Surcharge
The Cook County (Illinois) Commission on Friday, Nov. 9 approved a tax of $25 on each gun sold in the county, effective April 1, as part of the county's 2013 budget plan.
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Court Strikes Down More Chicago Range Restrictions
Chicago's backdoor attempt to keep law-abiding gun owners from obtaining permits to carry has been rejected in federal court.
Classics: Thompson Submachine Gun
The Thompson submachine gun, also known as the “Chicago Typewriter,” had a distinguished military career in addition to its Prohibition-era prominence.
Chicago Police Dept. Authorizes SIG Sauer P320 as Duty Pistol
Police officers employed with Chicago's city law-enforcement agency can now carry SIG Sauer P320 pistols on duty.
Florida & Arkansas Police Departments Choose SIG Sauer P320
Since the U.S. military's adoption of the SIG Sauer P320 design, numerous police departments have chosen the platform as their duty pistol.
Permit-Holder Hero Who Saved Chicago Cop Remains Anonymous
A licensed concealed-carry permit holder in Chicago who thwarted a crook's attack on a Chicago police officer is remaining anonymous for the time being.