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A Kansas restaurant chain is getting applause and a bit of negative feedback for their pro-gun policy after a pro-gun post on Facebook.
The post Kansas Restaurant Wins Praise and Criticism for ‘Guns Welcome’ Sign appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Springfield XD(M) is great for competition or just for recreational shooting. You can usually find them on GunsAmerica for around $650.
The post Springfield Armory XD(M) Unboxed at the Gun Counter appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
It’s tough to find a truly new innovation in the AR world. The tried-and-true platform has seen improvements in individual components, but more accurate barrels and crisper triggers are a dime a dozen these days. FoldAR believes its new Folding Rifle is ready to shake up the market for good.
Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp vowed this week to stop online payment processors from discriminating against Georgia gun companies.
The post Conservative Candidates for Governor Vow to Stop Discrimination Against Georgia Gun Companies appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“Intuit didn't care if I sold pool cues, or ax handles, or closet rods, or steel pipes, or big flashlights but they were all wound up about selling police batons to police officers,” said Sean DePriest, the president of National Police Supply in an email to GunsAmerica.
The post Exclusive: Intuit Cut Off Law Enforcement Supplier for Selling Batons to Police appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Nosler is taking note from the black rifle market and is building a rifle-class firearm in a handgun package for handgun hunting and sport shooting.
The post Nosler Model 48 NCH Puts Rifle Power in Handgun Hunting appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) processed 2,002,992 queries in May 2018, approximately three percent more than the all-time May record of 1,942,677 checks set last year. This continues the streak as March 2018 and April 2018 were also record-setting.
The post Market Watch: May Was Record-Setting for NICS Checks appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
With all the winning SIG Sauer has done over the last 18 months with the P320, I feel like here at GunsAmerica despite our extensive coverage we have forgotten to highlight one great feature. The P320's magic modular chassis system.
The post Witness the Magic Modular Chassis of the SIG P320: Change Grips, Calibers in a Flash! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
This is an exercise in compromise to be sure. Reducing the cutting power of the knife increases its concealability (and vice versa). We’ve got two neck knives, one pocket folder, one ankle rig and one boot knife. Which would you carry and why?
President Donald Trump wants the Department of Defense to create a sixth military branch: the United States Space Force.
The post Trump Calls for the Commission of United States Space Force appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
A new study has revealed that of the estimated 1.013 billion smalls arms worldwide, civilians hold 857 million of them, a 32 percent increase since 2006. The study’s authors attribute the rise both to better reporting data and to rising gun ownership in the United States, whose citizens hold 40 percent of the world’s civilian firearms.
The post New Study: Civilians Hold 84.6% of World’s Small Arms (Americans Own 40%!!!) appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Big Horn Armory announced this week that its AR500 chambered in 500 Auto Max is now available! This is the world's most powerful short-range semi-automatic rifle in the world.
The post Big Horn Armory AR500 in 500 Auto Max Now Available appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Persons under the age of 18 will no longer be allowed to view gun accessory ads on Facebook, the social networking site announced this week.
The post Facebook Censorship Continues: Minors Will No Longer See Ads for Gun Accessories appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Virginia’s Chesapeake City Council voted last week to donate rather than destroy a rare World War II firearm believed to have popularized the term “assault rifle.”
The post Sturmgewehr 44 Saved from the Shredder, Sent to Museum appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Remington Arms is launching a new family of competition-oriented 1911-pattern pistols called the R1 Limited Series in single- and double-stack configs.
The post Remington Announces Competition-Ready R1 Limited Series 1911s appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Senator Brilliantly Explains Why Banks Too Big To Fail Have No Right to Discriminate Against 2A Businesses
“One grocery store doesn’t get so big that it lends and borrows and buys and sells from nearly every other grocery store in the country. These banks do. A grocery store also doesn’t need or get an $812.3 billion bailout from the American taxpayers,” added Kennedy.
Hillary Clinton just won’t go away. Despite her historic, embarrassing loss in the 2016 presidential election, the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence awarded Clinton the “Courageous Leadership Award” at their 25th anniversary dinner on Thursday night. Clinton took the opportunity to bash the NRA and received a standing ovation for her efforts.
The post Hillary the Hypocrite: Failed Presidential Candidate Accuses the NRA of Lying about Guns appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
There is an old story about a Texas Ranger. He was attending a social event with his family, wearing his issue sidearm. A woman approached the Ranger and said “I see you are wearing a pistol, are you expecting trouble?” The Ranger replied politely, “Why no ma’am, if I was expecting trouble, I would have brought a rifle."
The post Most Important Aspects of Selecting a Handgun for Self-Defense: Fit and Function appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Mechanical systems like small arms evolve in response to myriad forces both industrial and martial. Somebody has an idea that seems to work, and that idea is tweaked, adjusted, and improved over time until it becomes something better, more reliable, and more efficient. The astute student of modern small arms, however, can generally tease out the origins of a mechanism with a little study.
The post Historical Origins of the HK93, AK74, M16A1 and AR18 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
With a little creativity and practice, our hunting gear and/or Mother Nature can provide the same stability at a moment’s notice as the most versatile bipod sold.
The post Hunting Using Nature’s Benchrest: Ready, Aim, Fire appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.