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I should not have to say this, but just because someone “doesn’t look right” and is carrying a weapon doesn’t mean you are about to be assaulted or that he is an armed robber.
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An Alabama man is being hailed as a hero after he used his concealed firearm to stop a masked gunman at a McDonald's in southwest Birmingham. The suspect entered the restaurant on Saturday night around 10:45pm just after it had closed, according to local media. He gained access by entering just as an employee was unlocking the door for a father and his two sons to leave. The suspect opened fire as soon as he entered, but the father drew his own concealed weapon and returned fire.
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"How many mass-murder atrocities must we endure before the message finally sinks in," asked Alan Korwin, an award-winning author and consultant to JPFO. "People must understand that the same guns police use to protect you can be used to protect yourself," Korwin said, echoing the comments made by president Trump, who was attacked for making this common-sense observation. Jews are often hoplophobic or otherwise reluctant to bear arms, leading to deadly results.
No one knows what John Browning would've thought of a polymer 1911, but it is possible to judge how it performs. And we did just that.
If you ended up bruised and annoyed the last time you used your shotgun, there's a good chance something's wrong with the fit. Here's how to know.
The post A Beginner’s Guide to Knowing if Your Shotgun Fits appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
It's not often you find something worthwhile for a less than $30 pricetag, but this foam rest surprised me with its usefulness.
The post Foam Action Sports Foam Rest: Not What You Think from the Price Tag appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Chest rigs are nothing new. They’ve seen military service for years. But they're also useful in peacetime, and come with limitless versatility.
The AR500 is, according to the company’s claims and my own research, the most powerful short-range semi-auto rifle in the world. Chambered in the .50-caliber 500 Auto Max cartridge, the AR500 packs a wallop in a modified AR-10 platform. Combined with Buffalo Bore’s 350, 400, and 440 grain loads, the AR500 is ready to bring down, quite literally, any kind of critter you’re hoping to hunt.
The post Big Horn Armory AR500: 3,700 ft-lbs of Big Bore Record-Breaking Awesomeness (Full Review) appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Lieutenant Blowers carried nothing more than his six-shot Webley revolver as a personal defense weapon. Crawling through fetid German trenches stacked deep with corpses both fresh and otherwise, Blowers and his crew picked their way across the most dangerous terrain on earth.
The post The Webley Revolver: The Seminal British Combat Wheelgun appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Battle Born Munitions is taking Dick's Sporting Goods to court, accusing them of shady business practices that wound up costing the company over $5 million.
The post Dick’s Facing $5.4 Million Lawsuit following Ammo Deal appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“The National Shooting Sports Foundation is following a practice similar to that of other trade associations that report on how candidates voted on issues impacting their ability to conduct the lawful commerce in arms and encouraging participation in hunting and the shooting sports,” said Lawrence G. Keane, NSSF Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Government and Public Affairs.
The post Don’t Vote for the Gun-Grabber! Use NSSF’s Congressional Scorecard for Midterms appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Few police departments are better at confiscating illegal guns than Washington, D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department, according to a new report from NPR. But that aggressive gun-confiscation policy hasn’t done anything to curb the ballooning homicide rate in the nation’s capital, which has risen over 40 percent since last year.
The post DC Homicide Rates Rise Despite Aggressive Gun Confiscation appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Good guys with guns stop more active shooters than the Federal Bureau of Investigation would have you believe, says economist John Lott Jr. in a recent article on RealClearPolitics.
The post Lott: FBI Underreports Good Guys with Guns Stopping Active Shooters appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
After several months in the works, CZ-USA will now be making P-10 pistols right in the heart of the U.S., Kansas City. They're also expanding the series with subcompact and full-size models.
The post CZ Announcing American-Made, Optics-Ready P-10 Pistols appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“When they actually know what we’re talking about, they know we’re not trying to take away guns,” said Spainhour, a California native who now attends college in D.C. Spainhour indicated that when it comes to confiscation, it applies to individuals who fit a certain category, e.g. convicted domestic abusers.
The post Students Ratify ‘Bill of Rights’ for Schools Complete with Safe Spaces, NFA Regs for ARs appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
A father in Bloomfield, Ct., used his handgun to save his daughter from a neighbor who was attempting to rape her, local media reported last week. Maurice Gordon saw his 30-year-old daughter being attacked by one of his neighbors, Michael Farrigon, 43, while the woman was parked in the driveway of Gordon’s home. Farrigon approached the car, opened the door, and said he wanted to rape her.
The post Father Responds to 400 lbs Attacker Who Said, ‘I love your daughter, I want to rape your daughter’ appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
J.W. Hornady founded the company in 1949 in Grand Island, Nebraska. What began in small shop has grown into one of the biggest names in ammunition and reloading equipment in the world. Hornady opened the new facility this month and has introduced two new cartridges.
The post Hornady Celebrates 70 Years A Little Early with New Facility appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
At the time these events happened, I considered myself to be well-prepared — maybe over-prepared — in the area of personal self-defense. (I am retired military and a former police officer.) I foolishly thought I was smart enough to be able to keep a criminal from getting the best of me. I was wrong.
The post Lessons Learned: Convenience Store Confrontation with ‘Panhandling’ Youths appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The updated B model has a reversible push-button magazine release along with all the features that make the VP9 the success it's been.
The post H&K Goes West with American-Style Push-Button VP9 Pistol appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
A Vietnam veteran and Silver Star recipient has been sentenced to 87 months in prison by a federal judge for illegally purchasing a fully automatic M14 rifle at a Fort Worth gun show in the early 1980’s. Alfred Pick, 70, lives in Plano, Tx., and purchased the rifle because it was similar to the one he carried in combat.
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