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Three sets of electronic ear muffs, one set of electronic ear buds and one set of custom molded ear plugs demonstrate how much hearing protection has improved in a short time and why you should consider one of my top five modern ways to protect your hearing.
There are few more iconic rifles than the .22. Many of us have spent our youth plinking at targets and eradicating the tin-can population with a trusty bolt-action in .22. If you are like me, you have probably had the same .22-caliber rifle for a very long time. Savage has stepped the game up this year with the A and B series rifles — they’re out of the box tack drivers at a price point that won’t break the bank.
The post Rimfire Resurgence: Savage’s A22 & B22 — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
On this week's edition of “Please Stop Being the Sort of Turd Burglar that Shoots Mufflers and Glass Bottles all over the Public Land out West," I present to you two great targets for under $200.
The post Check Out this Steal of a Deal from MGM: 2 Steel Targets Under $200! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
There is an old adage that “there are bold gunfighters and there are old gunfighters, but that there are no old, bold gunfighters.” Bat Masterson was one of the few exceptions. Long after Dodge City was behind him Bat kept the legend alive, not as a gunfighter or lawman but as a journalist; proof perhaps, that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword, or the gun!
The post Cowboy Time Machine: Legendary Bat Masterson, Colt Single Actions & Wyatt Earp – Part 2 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The .50 caliber in question was the RN-50 from Serbu Firearms, Inc. This Tampa, Florida based company is one that I have a great deal of respect for. The founder Mark Serbu is a mechanical engineer that is best know for producing the BFG-50: a .50 BMG caliber, single-shot rifle. Serbu Firearms produces high-quality firearms that are either: cool, unique affordable and specifically engineered to stick-it-to-the-man. The RN-50 accomplishes all four.
The post A .50 BMG for Everyone: Serbu’s Lightweight, Single-Shot RN-50 — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“After consultation with my generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. military,” wrote Trump.
The post Trump: Military Will No Longer ‘Accept or Allow Transgender Individuals’ appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The California DOJ claims that its entire set of new firearm regulations is exempt from the standard rulemaking procedure that, under a 1945 law called the Administrative Procedures Act, allows the public time to comment on the new rules.
The post Cali DOJ Attempting to Expand Definition of ‘Assault Weapon’ without Public Comment appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“The good-reason law,” Judge Griffith wrote, “is necessarily a total ban on most D.C. residents’ right to carry a gun in the face of ordinary self-defense needs…”
The post Huge 2A Victory! D.C. Residents No Longer Need ‘Good Cause’ to Carry Concealed appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
I tell my students, "There are no professionals left when it comes to knives, myself included. But plenty of amateurs get it right every day. Put the stabby part in the other guy. Don’t let him put the stabby part in you."
The post 9 Critical Concealed Carry Lessons: Ep. 3 Fighting with Edged Weapons appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
"We're honored that the Pennsylvania State Capitol Police have chosen to stay with an IWI US firearm and have upgraded their rifle to the state-of-the-art X95," said Michael Kassnar, vice president of sales & marketing for IWI US, in a press release.
The Maryland ban on so-called “assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines” is now the hands of the Supreme Court.
The post Maryland Ban on ‘Assault Weapons’ Is Now In Hands of SCOTUS appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Enter the 'Go Hunt' Giveaway to win $3,955 worth of hunting gear!
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“Big knife. Fake gun. Optimus Prime mask. Oh, yeah. I’m ready.”
The post WATCH: Optimus Prime Gets Butt kicked Trying to Rob Fresno Starbucks appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Team Trump added an anti-gun advocate to its ranks, Friday.
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Readily available homemade firearms have long been the ultimate gun-control nightmare, and a new report suggests that Michael Bloomberg’s bad dream may become reality sooner than even he could have imagined.
The post $12 Instructions for 3D-Printed Firearms have Anti-gunners Sweating appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
I have long been a fan of the Springfield Armory when it comes to 1911s. Much like the Dos Equis beer guy: I don’t always shoot single stacks, but when I do, the odds are high that it’s a Springfield. This week, GunsAmerica got a first look at the new Range Officer (RO) Elite models.
The post New Springfield Range Officer Elite: Operator in 9mm & Compact in .45 ACP — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
There are a few places to purchase the kits, but AR15Mold.com provides a kit for molding a lower receiver in any color. And thus, began our mold pouring journey. I started this process extremely skeptical. However, I have yet to see an AR lower made of anything besides aluminum or carbon fiber that lasts.
The post Ghost Guns: Building Your Own 80 Percent Lower — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Currently the Kalashnikov Concern is showing off ground-based A.I.-controlled drones, but the company sees a future for these machines on all fronts.
The post Russia Developing Artificial Intelligence-Controlled Combat Drones appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Trijicon is one of the most respected and recognizable names in the optics industry. In fact, you would be hard pressed to go anywhere in the world and not be able to find someone who recognizes the ACOG optic. Trijicon launched a new electro optics (EO) division to lead the industry in "no-light" aiming systems. The new EO division features a complete lineup of thermal imaging monoculars, helmet sights, rifle sights and clip-on sights.
The Gipper. The Great Communicator... Ronald the Anti-Gunner?