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Article first appeared at Ammo Land. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- On Tuesday, May 2, TSRA-backed Senate Bill 16 by Senators Nichols and Huffman, passed in the House and is on its way to Governor Abbott’s desk. The Senate bill was sponsored in the House by Rep. Phil King, SB 16 significantly reduces

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed the Georgia Campus Carry legislation, HB 280, on Thursday this week, May 4th, 2017. May 4th was the last day that Governor Deal had to sign or veto the bill. The NRA Annual Meeting was in Atlanta

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. NEWTOWN, Conn – -(Ammoland.com)- Not surprisingly, ISIS is wrong about another aspect of how things work in the United States. According to the Washington Post, terrorist propaganda materials argue it is easy to obtain a firearm in the U.S. with no ID and no background

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- “Willingness is a state of mind. Readiness is a statement of fact!” ~ First heard (by me) in Marine Corps OCS, Quantico, VA, 1967. The definition of “security” is: “Whatever you have with you at the moment, and how smoothly

Browning has always asked Browning brand loyalists to show off their Buckmarks, and now the company is showing us much more of theirs—Buck Mark pistols, that is. For 2017, Browning has added eight new models of its popular pistol, which are all made in the USA on a machined aluminum frame

It’s always interesting to see how changes in consumer demand, technology, regulations and politics mingle together to shape and influence the ever-shifting shooting-industry landscape. The results are sometimes confusing, occasionally frustrating but often surprising. The rifle tested for this review is a case in point. The new bolt-action Ruger American

Stephen Hunter’s G-MAN will be on sale May 16, 2017. (Published by Penguin Random House) Isn’t much. Not a thing, really. Just a boulder stuck horizontally in a patch of grass that extends, like a peninsula, into a parking lot fronting a bland municipal building. If you look carefully, you’ll notice

The most iconic and well-known submachine gun of all time is unquestionably the Thompson. First put into production in 1921, the Thompson initially gained a measure of notoriety in the hands of G-Men and nefarious criminal elements in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It also saw limited military service

The 30 Nosler cartridge delivers better ballistics than the .300 Win. Mag. out of an unbelted case, and fits into .30-’06 Sprg.-length actions. The Nosler Model 48 Heritage shown here is topped with a Leupold VX-6 2-12X 42 mm riflescope. More than one human has observed that the more things

For an M1911 enthusiast, happiness often comes 230 grains at a time, buzzing down the lane at 830 fps. and hell bent on perforating a freshly hung target. At times, there is nothing more satisfying than evaporating the small A-zone of an IPSC target with a trusty .45, and feeling