13 Gun Owners Share Why They Carry a Firearm — Just Wait Until You Read Number Seven
Why do you carry a gun? Gun owners are regularly presented with this particular question — and some are now speaking out. Using popular smartphone application Whisper, many Second Amendment enthusiasts have turned  to the social network to explain to others why they carry a firearm. Whisper guarantees its... Read more
Ohio teen catches 3-foot ‘river monster’ on flooded street
NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio — A video showing a teen catching a three-foot carp with his hands on a flooded street in northern Ohio is going viral Wednesday. Cleveland TV station WKYC reports that 16-year-old Jake Sawyer caught a grass carp estimated to be 3 feet long and weighing 40... Read more
Raw Video Captures Fire Tornado Spinning in Southern California
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Smart Gun Mandate Makes Gun Ownership Rich Man’s Game
With The Washington Post pushing for New Jersey to implement a 2002 smart gun-only mandate based on the Armatix iP1, it is important to point out that such a mandate will effectively turn gun ownership into a rich man’s game. After all, the .22 caliber Armatix iP1 costs $1,800... Read more
Dept of Agriculture Orders Submachine Guns with 30 Round Magazines
A May 7th solicitation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture seeks “the commercial acquisition of submachine guns .40 Cal. S&W.” According to the solicitation, the Dept. of Agriculture wants the guns to have an “ambidextrous safety, semiautomatic or 2 round trigger group, Tritium night sights front and... Read more
2 anglers accused of cheating in fishing tournament
WSFA.com: News Weather and Sports for Montgomery, AL. GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) – Two Marshall County men are facing charges for allegedly cheating in a fishing tournament. Tournament officials said they are outraged someone would rig the outcome of a competition, and they hope the arrests send a message to... Read more
Thousands of California Cattle Heading for Texas
The severe drought in California has created a problem for cattle ranchers, many of whom are selling their herds across state lines. Reuters reports that as many as 100,000 cattle have left the state in the past four months alone. Nearly half of those, about 47,000, have headed to... Read more
Rare sharks becoming more prominent off coast
SAN DIEGO – A local photographer has been following a group of rare sevengill sharks for years off the coast of La Jolla. “This is Janice. She’s the big female,” said Terry Straight as he walked 10News through his footage. Straight says this is the third year in a... Read more