Guns and Games
A Closer Look at Our Dark Obsession With Guns Looking "Cool"
When games and guns became platforms, their marketing and culture started to converge.
Facebook tried to sell me a bump stock like the Vegas gunman used
Inside the fight to build “smart” guns that only owners can fire
Fingerprint Portraits of Serial Killers Are a Pointillist's Nightmare
Maciej Toporowicz channels a fascination with popular culture, violence, and death into haunting works of art.
How Scared Should I Be?
How Scared Should I Be of My Own Gun?
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.
What I Learned While Trying to Become a Canadian Gun Lover
From shooting a sniper rifle and attending a NRA convention, I learned a lot.
What I Learned About My Father from Inheriting His Guns
After my dad died, I wanted nothing to do with his guns. Years later, they revealed a connection we never had in life.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
The Trump-Loving ‘Alt-Right’ Turns to Guns to Piss People Off
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.
Dizzee Rascal: "There's a Real Gun Culture in the UK"
The grime OG delivered some home truths in a new interview, about growing up on a council estate and UK crime culture.
Why Roseburg’s Local Newspaper Is Full of Pro-Gun Coverage Its Editor May Not Really Believe
Jeff Ackerman's Roseburg News-Review is a case study in why the silent majority of firearm owners is often missing from the gun debate.
A History of Guns on Instagram
The social network had a thriving gun culture even before the alleged NYPD shooter used it to post threats.
How Mercenaries and Gun Culture Shaped One of the Best Strategy Games Ever Made
Released in 1999, "Jagged Alliance 2" was inspired by a wider range of topics than you might expect.