SCOTUS Allows Sandy Hook Families’ Remington Lawsuit to Proceed

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from Remington on Tuesday; this allows Sandy Hook families to continue their lawsuit against the firearms manufacturer. The ruling brings potential devastating effects to the front door of the firearms industry. Supreme Court Action Allows Remington Lawsuit In March, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled to allow …

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VIDEO: Hunter with Down Syndrome Bags His First Six-Point Buck

A young man with Down syndrome made the shot of his life during a hunting trip in Jackson County, Minnesota, Saturday morning. Pierce Pennaz, 19, was excited about participating in opening weekend for deer rifle hunters with his father, Steve. “We got up Saturday morning, early, 5 a.m. We got Pierce roused out of bed, …

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Guns.com Unboxing Studio Presents: CZ 75 SP-01

[embedded content] SEE THE MANY FLAVORS OF CZ 75 HERE! The CZ 75 SP-01 is a tactical pistol used by military and competitive shooters alike, known for its reliability. The hammer-fired CZ 75 has been around the block, first introduced in 1975, and over the years CZ has innovated the lineup to include many variations aimed …

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Ruger AR-556 Rifle Line Adds 300 BLK Chambering

Ruger recently announced the release of the AR-556 rifle in its newest caliber, .300 Blackout. The Ruger AR-556 .300 BLK comes with a free-float handguard and several other upgraded components. Ruger AR-556 300 BLK The new rifle in .300 BLK features a 16.10-inch cold hammer-forged barrel with a 1:7-inch twist. It utilizes a pistol-length gas …

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Long Lost Revolutionary War Flintlock Displayed at Museum

The 1775-dated Oerter rifle, recently returned to public display for the first time since it was stolen in 1971. (Photo: Museum of the American Revolution) A historically significant flintlock rifle was recently returned to its owners and put on display at the Museum of the American Revolution. The flintlock, crafted by Pennsylvania master gunsmith Johann …

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What Are the Different Shooting Positions?

For those of us who enjoy recreational and competitive shooting, positional shooting is part of everyday life; but for some newcomers to the sport, positional shooting may seem daunting or intimidating. Instead of avoiding these seemingly complicated shooting positions, you’d do far better to embrace them with open arms. Let’s explore some positions you might …

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Federal Court Entertains Bizarre Legal Theories That Threaten Gun Owners, Rule of Law

Frustrated by the lack of political progress on the gun control agenda, the legal wing of the anti-gun movement continues to pursue ever-more radical and confused legal strategies. In the 1990s, trial lawyers and their allies in government sought to bankrupt the gun industry by holding them accountable for the criminal actions of third parties …

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Joe Biden Says No One Needs ‘Magazine With 100 Clips in it’

Well, crazy Joe is at it again. The Democratic Presidential candidate spouted off about gun control again. This time, during a campaign stop in New Hampshire, the former Vice President went after something he referred to as “100 clips.” Joe Biden Says Nobody Needs “100 Clips” “I believe in the Second Amendment, but nobody says …

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Which Would You Prefer: The PKM or UKM Machine Gun?

[embedded content] If you had to pick between the PKM or UKM general-purpose machine gun, which one would you choose? Former Marine, Andrew Bryant, who currently works as a range safety officer at Battlefield Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada, has a lot of experience firing and working on both weapons at the range. He compared …

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Riton X3 Tactix PRD: A Pistol Red Dot That Can Handle Much More

More and more shooters are seeing the benefit of adding an optic to their defensive handgun. The hugely popular Carry Optics division of the United States Practical Shooting Association is evidence of that. So too is the USPSA’s Pistol Caliber Carbine division. The benefit of a red dot on a gun is that it eliminates …

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Number of Concealed Carry Permit Holders Increased Again

[In October], economist John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center released “Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States: 2019,” his annual report on the number of concealed carry permit holders in the U.S. We’ll let Lott’s summary deliver the key finding: “In 2019, the number of concealed handgun permits soared to now over …

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Modular Rifle Champ: What Makes the FN SCAR So Special?

[embedded content] SEE GREAT DEALS ON FN SCAR RIFLES AND MAGS IN STOCK With 21st Century styling, the modular and innovative SCAR series of rifles by FN has proved to be the people’s champ when it comes to modern small arms platforms. Sprouting from requirements posted in the 2004 Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifles …

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