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Springfield Unveils New RO Elite 1911

Springfield Armory has just announced the addition of four new 1911 models chambered in 9mm and .45 ACP. The 1911 RO Elite is Springfield’s latest addition to their growing line of handguns, including the recently released XD-E. The Geneseo, IL-based firearm manufacturer is also offering a limited-time offer that all new RO Elite 1911’s ship […]

TV Hunting Personality Arrested for Poaching

TV hunting star and co-founder of Wildgame Innovations Bill Busbice, Jr. has been convicted of poaching and hunting without a license in Wyoming this week. Busbice is the host of multiple hunting television shows such as Country Buck$ on A&E and Wildgame Nation on the Outdoors Channel. Busbice was charged with poaching an elk calf […]

Gun Control Study Seriously Flawed

A recent gun control study uses an extensive amount of data…and flawed statistics. (Not much of a surprise there.) The President of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade group for all firearms and shooting sports companies, issued a rebuttal of this new study. Take a look at Larry Keane’s dismissal of the seriously flawed […]

Woman Shoots Boyfriend for YouTube Stunt

The adage “play stupid games, win stupid prizes” seems terribly appropriate for this story. According to several news sources a Minnesota woman shot her boyfriend while filming a new video for a YouTube video. The young couple were allegedly in love with one another and the shooting was not a result of an argument. Rather, […]

Benghazi Survivor Teams Up with Blue August

Blue August Teams Up with John “Tig” Tiegen JACKSON, TN — Blue August LLC, Marketing, Multimedia and PR Firm, has teamed up with John “Tig” Tiegen for promotional and marketing needs. Tiegen is best known for his heroic role in fighting terrorists during the September 11, 2012 attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, […]

‘Gun Violence Tax’ Has Opposite Effect

President and CEO of the National Shooting Sports Foundation Larry Keane recently pinned a scathing dismissal of Seattles “Gun Violence Tax.” This tax was passed back in 2015 and assesses are large fee on the sale of firearms and ammunition. Seattle lawmakers had hoped this ill-advised tax would curb firearm violence. The money produced from […]