The Best Gun Rights Organizations

There is no doubt the NRA is the most influential, powerful gun lobby in the nation…right now. But since April, the shit has hit the fan and every gun owner should be questioning what has been really going on behind closed doors. After only one year as president of the NRA, retired U.S. Marine Lieutenant […]

Why You Should Stockpile Ammo

On July 1, 2019, Californians will no longer have the freedom to buy ammo without infringement. On November 8, 2016, Californias voted “yes” to Proposition 63, requiring background checks and face-to-face purchases of ammunition. Supporters of the law say that being able to purchase ammo freely is a legal “loophole.” Hannah Shearer, Giffords Law Center […]

Will President Trump Ban Suppressors?

When asked about suppressors on June 3, 2019, President Trump said, “I don’t like them at all.” (Whitehouse.gov) On President Trump’s direction, after a gunman opened fire on the crowd at a country music festival held in Las Vegas in October 2018, the DOJ banned bump stocks. Owners of bump stocks had until March 26 […]

Flux Defense GLOCK Pistol Brace Review

Revealed at SHOT Show 2019, the Flux Defense GLOCK brace caused quite a stir. It is a stabilizing brace made for GLOCK with automatic deployment installed on the back of the pistol. Was it legal? Would it actually do anything besides look cool? Was it a range toy or a legit stabilizing brace? Would the […]

Award-Winning Sports Writer Wants to Ban Gender-Equal Sport…Because Guns

“The representation of our sport is vast; a melting pot of cultures, character, intrigue and conviction.” –USA Shooting  There aren’t many arenas left in the United States where men and women don’t have an equal opportunity. Yet, of those segregated spaces still left, one of them is our nation’s largest past time—sports. Though there are […]

Constitutional Carry New Law Kentucky

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed Constitutional Carry (Senate Bill 150) into law on Monday, March 11, 2019. Kentucky is now the 16th state allowing true freedom—the right to carry openly or concealed without a permit or license. Kentucky joins Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Vermont, […]

The (Non-Bipartisan) Universal Background Check Act of 2019

On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the Democrat-led House passed H.R. 8, the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019 which would require all gun sales go through a NICS background check, with few exceptions, such as transfers between family members or letting a friend or family member borrow a firearm at the range or for hunting […]