There’s Never Been a Better Time to Upgrade Your AR

In case you haven’t been paying attention the past couple months, the prices for modern sporting rifles, especially ARs, has plummeted. Gun companies that were preparing for the seemingly inevitable Hillary presidency are now releasing thousands of stockpiled rifles to the market, and prices have dropped to reflect the supply. But the rifles aren’t the only thing dropping in price; parts and accessories are cheaper than ever now, too. Here’s a quick guide to upgrade your stock AR into a shooting machine you’ll be proud to own. Continue reading

CZ 75 LSP Out of the Box and into the Match Review!

It has been a while since Patrick Kelley graced us with an Out of the Box and into the Match review, so we were excited to get his review of the CZ 75 CTS LSP this week. In this review series, Patrick gets a brand new gun, gives it a quick clean and lube job, then takes it out for a Steel Challenge match. We like these reviews because it is what a new gun owner can expect from a new gun before after-market parts and modifications get used. Continue reading

Better Than Brass? New Nickel-Alloy Ammo

When it comes to shooting and reloading, nothing beats brass, right? Steel and aluminum cases can’t be reloaded, and have other downsides like leaving dirtier chambers and giving lower velocities. Even polymer cases have their own problems and aren’t safe to reload. But Shell Shock Technologies claims to have made a reloadable case that is better than brass, but without the problems associated with other materials. Boasting better velocities, twice the strength, and half the weight, NAS3 Two-Piece Shells might actually give brass cases a run for their money. Continue reading

U.S. Law Shield News Update: Gun-Deregulation Ideas Offered by BATFE

In an 11-page white paper labeled “not for public distribution,” but which has been obtained by Texas & U.S. Law Shield, Ronald B. Turk, associate deputy director and chief operating officer of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, outlines several steps the agency could take to remove many restrictions on gun regulations in the United States. Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington walks U.S. Law Shield News Host Sam Malone through the proposals. Continue reading

ATF Official Outlines Gun Law Reductions

A senior official at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has released a white paper detailing proposals to draw down some of the firearm laws currently on the books. ATF Associate Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer Ronald B. Turk authored the report to begin discussion on ways current firearm laws can be changed to further protect the Second Amendment and promote commerce, without endangering the the ATF’s mission to combat violent firearm crimes. Continue reading

U.S. Law Shield News Update: Judge Gorsuch Nomination

U.S. Law Shield News asks the question, “Who is Judge Gorsuch?” President Trump announced his Supreme Court Justice nominee on January 31st, and few are familiar with his views and voting record. Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington talks about the pros and cons of Judge Neal Gorsuch’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. Will he likely be a friend of the 2nd Amendment, or not? Click to watch the more-in-depth interview to find out. Continue reading

SilencerCo’s Maxim 9 In Stores Soon

Get your Form 4’s filled out and your checks to the ATF ready, SilencerCo’s long-awaited Maxim 9 is expected to hit the shelves in April of this year! The unique integrally-suppressed 9mm handgun was announced back in 2015. SilencerCo showed the new production models off at this year’s SHOT Show and have stated the much-anticipated pistols are expected to be in stores by April. Continue reading

Defender Training Drills: Holster and Hoist

The Defender Training Academy at the Defender Outdoors Shooting Center is great place to learn, improve, and train your firearm technique and your defensive firearm use. But, for those outside of North Texas, the DTA Director of Training has a series of quick drills you can use to increase your skills at your local range. Ranging from basics to advanced skills, these short drills are a great way to prepare for using your firearm defensively. This training drill is the Holster and Hoist drill, aimed at improving the transition between physical exertion and accurate shooting. Watch here: Continue reading