While the stereotype for the American gun owner is old, white, and hung up on culture wars, Kommandos are young, apolitical, and fluent in memes.
VICE reporter Manisha Krishnan travels to Texas to meet women on both sides of the gun debate to find out what makes guns a women’s issue in America.
When games and guns became platforms, their marketing and culture started to converge.
Lao Zheng is a firearms fanatic—but since guns are outlawed in China, he set up a "shooting camp" in the Philippines to train Chinese tourists to handle a weapon in any situation.
Referee Camilo Eustáquio de Souza, who claims he was acting in his official capacity as a police officer, could face a potential two year suspension from official soccer matches.
Maciej Toporowicz channels a fascination with popular culture, violence, and death into haunting works of art.
Instead of being raised around guns, I was raised around statistics about how bad guns are, and it makes the idea of owning one kinda nerve-wracking.
From shooting a sniper rifle and attending a NRA convention, I learned a lot.
After my dad died, I wanted nothing to do with his guns. Years later, they revealed a connection we never had in life.
Emerging from the shadows of the internet amid the roiling Republican presidential race, the conservative provocateur movement is embracing firearms for their power to upset.