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Ted Nugent appeared on the Joe Rogan podcast to talk gun control.
This week, we are taking a look at the most affordable suppressor in the nation, provided you don’t roll your own. (More on that later, not without a class 7 license, blah blah lawyers.) The Po Boy 47 Suppressor, from Black Aces Tactical.
There are only so many ways to get your favorite deer slayer from Point A to Point B and hunters should decide what the goal is before they pick a method. Is it a short jaunt in the dark to a treestand? A hurried march after work into camp? A slow, methodical still- hunt to a rendezvous with a hunting partner?
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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is testing the waters for a presidential run in 2020 as a Democrat. Sources close to the billionaire told CBS News that Bloomberg is miffed that he didn’t stick it out in 2016 because he believes he would’ve beaten Trump outright. Instead, as we all know, Bloomberg backed […]
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Californians in possession of rifles outfitted with “bullet buttons” must register their firearms with the state’s Department of Justice by 11:59:59 on June 30 to avoid breaking the law or being forced to disassemble or modify their rifles.
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Clay Learns to Reload: Ep. 5 Precision Powder Measuring with RCBS’ Powder Trickler & ChargeMaster Lite
In my journey into reloading as a cherry boy, I have done some things that are at the very least questionable, if not downright sketchy. I think we can all agree that a red Solo cup and a Gerber baby spoon are not proper powder-measuring tools, though they do work in a pinch.
When is a holster not a holster? I guess I do not know, but these minimal holster systems probably bend the definition a little. At the very least, they are ultrathin, using either minimal or no holster material in places where we are used to a decent amount of plastic, leather or fabric.
Comment Now to Prevent Thousands of Gun Owners from Becoming Felons and the Destruction of $96M of Lawfully Purchased Property
Wednesday, June 27th at 11:59 p.m. EST is the deadline for the public comment period on bump stocks. Maybe we can stop the government from forcing its citizens to destroy $96 million of lawfully owned property.
It turns out the chainsaw bayonet is a real product, and it’s currently available in its second iteration for the low, low price of $800. The “Killsaw” is being manufactured by a Nevada company called Panacea X, and the 20V, 10-inch saw is ready and waiting to be mounted to the picatinny rail of your zombie survival rifle.
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It's here, folks! Mossberg announced Tuesday that their non-NFA Shockwave platform got the 590"M" magazine-fed makeover!
Pastor David George of Oakville, Wash., took no pleasure in his role stopping an active killer last week in a local Walmart parking lot. In a televised statement (below), George became visibly emotional while describing how he confronted the would-be mass murderer who had already shot at multiple people and was attempting to steal a car.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy wants to make it dramatically more expensive for residents to exercise their right to keep and bear arms.
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NRA News commentator Colion Noir appeared on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. Needless to say, there was some gun talk.
Modularity is the new gospel in modern firepower, and the FN SCAR just drips with it. The upper receiver starts out as an extruded bit of aluminum, while the polymer lower contains the fire control system and secures the magazine. There are two major subtypes. The SCAR-Light (SCAR-L) runs 5.56x45mm. The SCAR-Heavy (SCAR-H) chambers 7.62x51mm.
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I love to look at Professional Hunter’s firearms; they show the rigors of day-to-day hunting life and are often beat nearly to death. While we all have our safe queens, I appreciate those beat up, well-hunted guns that invariably have a story to tell, be it that one shot that even surprised the owner, of those hair-raising tales of dangerous game at close quarters.
Accuracy testing is a part of life for shooters and gun enthusiasts and an oft-debated practice on social media firearms forums. And although the most-asked question revolves around the number of shots fired for a group, there is far more to testing firearms than round count. Is it nice knowing whether or not your rifle – and you – are truly capable of sub-MOA groups?
Lead Faucet Tactical (LFT) provides tactical and shooting training to civilians, law enforcement, and military units. All of their instructors have extensive special operations backgrounds and real-world expertise which educates their teaching. They conduct basic classes as well as tailored training for specific agency requirements.
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I didn’t have high expectations for Ruger’s new subcompact 9mm handgun, but I shouldn't have worried: the EC9s ran like a champ.
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When I heard semi-auto and 300 Winchester Magnum, I assumed the gun had to be gigantic. It is large, but not Micheal Bay oversized. At first glance, you can see the DNA shared with an AR-15. There are a few changes to accommodate the caliber, but it keeps the things I find important.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott betrayed gun owners in the Green Mountain State, then, according to the ACLU's allegations, deleted critical Facebook comments.
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