Is Gun Control on the Horizon?

The incoming Democrat-controlled House has vowed to prioritize gun control for the coming session of Congress. Up first will be a universal background check bill. Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) will introduce the bill. He co-authored a universal background check law in 2015. Those outspoken on the issue say they have bipartisan support. The “Gun Show […]

Bump Stock Ban is Happening—No Grandfather Clause

Yesterday, CNN published an article stating that an official ban on bump stocks will be announced in the next few days. GunLove reported on social media Tuesday afternoon that the rule had already been written but hadn’t been filed yet. According to CNN, a senior Justice Department official told the news agency, “Bump stocks turn […]

Motion to Ban AR Parts Kits Filed in House

The now Dem-controlled House wasted no time to move their agenda forward by filing H. R. 7115—essentially banning 80% lowers and AR-15 parts kits. Dubbed the “3-D Firearms Prohibitions Act,” H.R. 7115, actually has nothing to do with 3D-printed firearms. Introduced by Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., (D-NJ,) with 16 co-sponsors, the bill intends to “prohibit […]

Arm Yourself—Get out the Gun Vote

It is Election Day. Did you know that gun owners are more politically active than non-gun owners? A University of Kansas study on political participation from 1972 to 2012, found that gun owners are more likely to sign petitions, vocalize opinions, donate money and directly contact representatives than others. But most importantly, we vote in […]

ATF Secretly Reverses Prior Laws and Regulations

In a move described as “alarming” by a Pennsylvania Second Amendment advocacy law firm, Prince Law, the U.S Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Ohio recently indicted and charged veteran Kelland Wright of possessing an unregistered SBR because his AR pistol had an angled foregrip and pistol brace installed. Price Law, one of the […]

No Red and Blue Banks Act Introduced

Should there be a law preventing banks from discriminating against gun companies? ‘If you want to make banking a red versus blue issue, then you don’t need to do business with the federal government.’-Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) After the February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, many private companies decided […]

The On-Again Off-Again Love Affair with the 10mm

Guest post written by Suzi Shooter Springfield Armory just announced the release of two new (apparently) highly-anticipated pistols—a 4.5-inch and 5.25-inch XD(M) chambered in 10mm. Springfield claims, as well as fans on the internet say, customers have been begging for this gun for years. The 10mm isn’t necessarily a popular round, but it certainly has […]

Breaking News: Federal Ban on Bump Stocks Coming Soon!

Before a year ago yesterday, no one outside the gun world had ever heard of a bump stock—pretty much a novelty range toy that enables people to rapidly fire their rifles to mimic a rate of fire near full auto. (Bump firing is something AR and other MSR owners have done forever. It has always […]

BREAKING NEWS: GLOCK Releases Three New Pistols

GLOCK announced three new pistol models this morning after the German magazine, Caliber, leaked an ad in its October digital edition. The GLOCK 45—chambered in 9mm—is essentially a model Gen5 19x with a few improvements in the design. The GLOCK 19x was new for 2018. The 19X and now the 45 share a compact GLOCK […]

Arming Teachers with Federal Money

The desperate anti-gun media fired a pretty cheap shot last week with this piece of #FakeNews: The New York Times printed an article titled, “Education Secretary Considers Using Federal Funds to Arm Schools.” The next day, the newspaper updated the article with a link to another article titled, “Betsy DeVos Eyes Federal Education Grants to […]