Unprecedented accuracy from a naval cannon, but at a pretty steep price.
Never bring a GPS app to a gun fight.
Motorcyclists face numerous dangers when they gear up for a ride, everything from wandering wildlife to distracted drivers. A rider in Nevada encountered something even more dangerous last week when a driver pulled a pistol on him during a traffic encounter. The motorcyclist, who according to Fox News wished to remain anonymous, posted a video of the altercation to YouTube on Saturday, January 30. The footage, shot with a helmet-mounted GoPro, shows a group of dirt bikes and dual sports traveli
Recent reports indicated guns killed as many people in America as cars in 2014. Turns out, it's a complicated comparison.
This video shows a Porsche 911 with a hood-mounted clay pigeon launcher, and it stars a master marksman.
Ride-hailing app company Uber says it is banning its riders and drivers from carrying guns.
Drug Enforcement Administration officials once considered using license-plate readers to conduct surveillance on gun show attendees, according to documents released Tuesday.
With cars getting safer all the time and the number of guns in private hands growing, the leading killer of Americans under the age of 25 will soon switch, according to the latest reports.
Alcohol can bring out the stupid in people, so naturally, there are a few things you shouldn't attempt to do while imbibing, such as: open-heart surgery, sewing a button, tightrope walking, handling firearms and driving. It's those last two that Scott Campbell, a 40-year-old Clevelander (not pictured in the stock photo above), attempted to do while three sheets to the wind on Saturday evening.
As car people, there's a certain degree of delight that comes with watching an old James Bond movie and seeing Desmond Llewelyn describe the accoutrements of an MI6-modded Aston Martin or Lotus, all while saying, "Oh grow up, 007." But in reality, a car with concealed firearms, a hallmark of Bond's rides, is actually a terrifying prospect, as one Czech citizen found out.
Police pulled over a 2007 Scion driving along the Garden State Parkway on Tuesday because the driver was not wearing his seat belt.
Leaving a child alone in the car is dangerous enough, which is why one Philadelphia area mom left her 6-year-old some protection close at hand: A loaded gun.
The Boston Globe reports the Massachusetts Department of Transportation has removed violent video games from state-owned travel centers following last month's mass shooting tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.
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