The Top Five Concealed Carry Guns article has been done to death by every single gun publication on earth one hundred times over. Please stop beating that horse; it’s been dead for some time. I humbly submit a slightly different approach. Only five states, California, Florida, Illinois New York, and South Carolina, as well as […]
The shooting sports’ biggest industry-wide trade show, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show is right around the corner. Kicking off on January 16th in Las Vegas, Nevada, the SHOT Show brings together retailers, distributors, importers, and manufacturers from around the world to introduce new guns, ammunition, parts, and gear. […]
For the longest time I ran nothing but Iron Sights on all my rifles. Perhaps it was my upbringing and the fact that everything in my childhood home wore only the factory “open” sights, but over time I clung to them as a way to avoid the high price of quality optics. Many things have […]
Before we get too far into 2017, let’s take a quick look back at the 10 most popular Texas & U.S. Law Shield blog entries from 2016. Gun-law attorneys get into the stickiest issues — restrictions about owning body armor in some states, when you can shoot attacking dogs, how to navigate the carry rules […]
Over the course of my shooting career I have amassed experience, and some notable success, in many different shooting sports. From IHMSA (international metallic handgun silhouette) competitions where absolute perfection is demanded in both sight alignment and trigger control, to Practical Shooting events within USPSA / IDPA (United State Practical Shooting Association / International Defensive […]
Cabot Gun Company, LLC, one of the top manufacturers of precision firearms in the United States, announced that it has won the “Most Innovative” #1 spot on the Blue Book of Gun Values Top Ten Firearms Industry Awards.
On April 5, the Mississippi House approved a bill that allows unlicensed carry, commonly described as Constitutional Carry, and sets up ways to reject and end new federal gun control regulations and executive orders. Governor Phil Bryant (R) is expected to sign the bill into law.
Iowa became the 42nd state to legalize suppressors when House File 2279, introduced by Rep. Matt Windschitl and Rep. Terry Baxter, was signed by Governor Terry Branstad on March 31. And to celebrate, a national suppressor-owners’ rights organization is throwing a free shoot next week.
There are some situations that make you proud to be a gun owner — such as hearing about someone who saved a family member from attackers, or stopped a potential bank robbery. However, there are other instances that make you shake your head and ask, “Was drawing a gun legal, or necessary?”. This is one […]
Burris Optics has released a set of ballistic tools to use with its riflescopes, including free software, cartridge and bullet libraries to match to Burris reticles, elements to build a dope card, help in programming an Eliminator LaserScope, and the ability to order custom elevation and windage knobs.