What is the Second Amendment? The Constitution of the United States is the foundational document for American life. It establishes the supreme law of the land and the organization of American government. Ratified in 1788, the Constitution’s first three words are “We The People” to indicate that the citizenry, and not the government, determine policy, […]
Participating in 3-gun competitions will make you the best all-around shooter you’ve ever been. You will enter a new world of loud, fast-paced excitement and challenge.
Let’s admit the truth – we all love our dads. They are providers, protectors, leaders and friends, but they are also notoriously difficult to shop for. Does he want shooting accessories? How about camping gear? Survival equipment? For Father’s Day in 2020, get something he’ll love that won’t break your wallet.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is destroying what its left of its AR-15s, MSRs and “high-capacity” magazine inventory. After the February 14th high school shooting in Parkland, Florida in which 17 people were murdered, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced their Field and Stream stores would cease the sale of “assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines.” The company also stopped […]
One of our staff writers with a lot of anti-AR15 friends on their social media channels wrote this for our readers who haven’t been able to articulate their side of the gun debate with their anti-gun friends. We encourage you to share it via Facebook, Twitter, email or any other channel you want to! Dear […]
File under: Things We Think are Cool We totally agree with you, Guns America. This retractable bayonet is something we’d buy. Guns America writer, S.H. Blannelberry says, “In the running for coolest product I’ve seen at SHOT Show 2018.” We’re not going to go that far, but yes, it is cool. We’ll wait and see […]
If this looks retro to you, it’s because it is. Hornady’s new(ish) Frontier Cartridge is a collaboration with the Lake City Army Ammunition plant and it’s not Hornady’s first time. The first time they collaborated with the Army Ammunition Plant was in 1964. This throwback to Hornady’s first go at ammo making isn’t just nostalgic. […]