Citibank Issues new “Firearms Policy Best Practices”

Yesterday, (Thursday, March 29, 2018) Citigroup, the fourth largest bank in the United States announced a new “U.S. Commercial Firearms Policy” for “firearms sales best practices” for their business clients. The reasoning? “…We want to do our part as a company to prevent firearms from getting into the wrong hands.” To continue doing business with […]

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 […]

17 Companies Sever Ties with NRA

Pressured by a Tweet frenzy last week, more than a dozen companies (some of them major) decided to sever their relationships with the NRA. Many companies, both local and national, offer NRA members special discounts and offers; however, a growing list of these have started bowing out of these partnerships. It started Thursday, Feb. 22 […]

Browning Ends Production of the Hi-Power

A firearms forum rumor has finally come true—production of John Browning’s final design comes to an end. The Browning Hi-Power has been discontinued. After an 82-year run and over one million sold, Browning is no longer going to make one of the most iconic and best service pistols in history. If what you can believe […]