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, […]

SHOT Show 2019 Day 1 New Products

We hightailed it over to the GLOCK booth to get our hands on the new 43x and 48 and ask about the silver-finished slide choice. Glock told us, “It’s a PVD coating like on the 19x. It allows us to make other slide colors.” When asked, the GLOCK rep said that there would be more […]

Breaking News: Mossberg (Reenters) Handgun Market

The following pre-SHOT Show news has surprised us the most… (so far…) Mossberg releases their first handgun in 100 years—Mossberg Carry 1 Sub-Compact—the MC1SC. What’s not surprising is this: The MC1SC is a 9mm, striker-fired sub-compact concealed carry pistol with a 3.4-inch barrel and integrated trigger safety. This perfectly-timed release honors Mossberg’s 100-year anniversary. In […]

New GLOCK 43X Leaked

According to Patrick Roberts at the Firearm Rack, the new GLOCK 43X was leaked to Recoil magazine a few weeks ago and now, Sootch00’s review of the gun was released prior to the embargo date. Apparently, this sliver-slided thing is real… The GLOCK 48 was also part of the leak. So, what’s up with what […]

Breaking News: Dick’s Destroys AR-15s

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 […]

Kroger Stops Selling AR-15 Magazines

I read a story this morning that made me sad. Not just due to my own nostalgia, but it made me sad for an entire industry. Before I could read or write, I loved flipping through glossy magazines. One of the first things I learned to read was the Goofus and Gallant cartoons in Highlights […]