by Clay Martin on August 26, 2014 Recently, GunsAmerica has been diving into all things 300 Blackout. Today’s spotlight is on a very special set from Barnes Precision Machine–an AR-15 ...
“SACRAMENTO — They’re sold legally across the state, but come January, new laws that expand the state’s definition of assault rifles will ban the sale of guns that use bullet buttons to swap magazines. “They call it a bullet button because you would use a bullet, or other tool to eject this magazine from the […]
“KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Knox County deputies are searching for a man who tried to rob an East Knox County store with a knife, only to be chased off by the store clerk who was carrying a handgun. The sheriff’s office says the suspect entered Danny’s Market, 1203 Andrew Johnson Highway, around 10:39 p.m., walked up […]
“On August 10th, the California Rifle & Pistol Association and several individuals, with the support of the National Rifle Association, filed a lawsuit in federal court to vindicate the Second Amendment right of Californians to carry a firearm in public for self-defense. Earlier this summer, the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Californians was dealt a […]
“It’s been a long road for campus carry at the University of Texas. After years of trying, last year the Lone Star legislature joined eight other states in legalizing the licensed carry of concealed handguns at public universities. While most of the other public universities in the state implemented straightforward campus carry policies, complying with […]
91-Year-Old Warns Much Younger Suspected Robber He’s a Concealed Carry License Holder. Then He Proves It.
“A 91-year-old Detroit man was getting out of his car by a Rite Aid in Eastpointe, Michigan, on Monday morning when, he told police, another man began approaching him erratically. At that moment, the 91-year-old announced to other man that he held a concealed pistol license. “He warned him three or four times and even […]
“If you’re the type of person who buys things so people at rifle ranges will fawn all over you, I owe it to you to tell you that nobody at the rifle range fawns over your Kestrel 5700 Elite Meter with Applied Ballistics. In fact, the only people at rifle ranges who even care that […]
“On August 15, 2016, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied Plaintiffs’ Petition for Full Court Rehearing in the NRA/CRPA supported case, Peruta v. County of San Diego. Plaintiffs asked for rehearing by the full court after an eleven-judge “en banc” panel overturned an earlier ruling by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit. In […]
“Americans now holding permits to pack a concealed weapon in public has soared 215 percent since 2007 to over 14.5 million, a record, according to a new report. The Crime Prevention Research Center said that last year alone a record 1.73 million were approved in states requiring permits to carry. John. R. Lott Jr., president […]
“A month ago, Waller County Texas officials raised eyebrows by using the power of the County to sue an individual citizen. The citizen, Terry Holcomb Sr., threatened to report Waller County to the Texas Attorney General, as is required by the procedure set up by the Texas Legislature last session. The individual being sued: Terry […]