Introduced on June 21, a Tuesday, the “Bipartisan Safer Communities Act” was advertised by the 20 Senators– 10 Democrats and 10 Republicans– that worked it out as largely an expansion of Medicaid and CHIP to accommodate mental and behavioral health for youth and schools.
Turnbull just announced a series of mounts for the Trijicon RMR/SRO pattern, allowing users to throw an Ade Stingray, Holosun 407/507, Swampfox Kingslayer/Liberty/Justice, et. al. on their Winchester.
CZ-USA this week announced two new models of the CZ 457 bolt-action rimfire rifle oriented to left-hand users. The two new variants are a .22LR LH Varmint with a 20-inch heavy-profile barrel and an LH American model with a 24-inch light-profile barrel in either .22WMR or .22LR.
At the recent NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Houston, aka “The NRA Convention/Show” had a lot of new products that were exhibited to the public for the first time. Notably, many of these companies had skipped SHOT Show earlier this year due to COVID concerns.
The new VP-12, a Turkish-made VEPR clone that is now being brought in by Tennessee’s SDS Imports at an asking price of around $400, could be the sleeper hit of 2022.
Sig Sauer just wrapped up their “Freedom Days” show in Phoenix, Arizona at the Ben Avery Shooting Center. The concept is simple: Sig brought 50 different models of their guns, charged $80 for a day pass, and everyone got a chance to run 5-10 rounds through
NAA and President Sandy Chisholm has put the company in a trust set up for the employees, saying the move was designed to keep the tiny wheel gun maker as-is.
Springfield intro’d their new Garrison line of forged-frame 1911s last year in .45ACP and is doubling down this year with two 9+1 shot 9mm pistols in the same series.
IWI this week announced a new 7.62 NATO precision rifle variant of their formidable Galil Ace, the IWI Ace Sniper.
Coming sometime this summer, Noveske’s “Chainsaw” line will reemerge as their "forged product offering, based on a hybrid of our Gen 1 and Gen 4 designs” which they describe as “The People’s Rifle”.
The Prohibition Nighthawk Custom 1911 is a unique handgun featuring both the good and bad effects of the 1920s Volstead Act on opposite sides.
Kimber, with a little help from their friends, announced last week that the company is sending 220 guns to help fight the Russians.
The latest FBI background check figures for the National Instant Criminal Background Check System stand at just over 3 million for March 2022.
One of their most interesting new handguns in years, Kimber last week announced a “quality issue involving the firing pin safety block of certain Kimber
Back in 1937, the Pittman-Robertson Act saddled the American gun industry with an excise tax on new-made and imported firearms and ammunition. This ranges from
SHOT Show is far more than new guns. In fact, the majority of the more than 2,300 exhibitors across 13.9 miles of aisles aren’t firearm
The American Firearms News Brief for July 30th: Beretta has a new PCC inbound, the gun that got Billy the Kid (or maybe didn’t) heads to auction, Remington fades as RemArms takes its shaky place, Team USA grabs three more medals in Olympics shooting, Wilson Combat shows off new SFX9 Sub-Compact.
The Remington 870– the greatest selling pump-action shotgun in the history of firearms– is famous with sportsmen and has also been the gold standard for dependable and ultra-reliable tactical models for users both in and out of uniform.
Table of Contents The Evolution of Weaponry Weaponry and humans have a long history. Weapons were used as far back as 400,000 BC. Throughout human
What are the best books for a firearms enthusiast? From collecting and categorizing to long-range shooting and cleaning, there’s a book for basically every area