In hour one, I’ll cover the Q Honey Badger pistol and the ATF’s pestering of a company after approving the pistol for sale to now go after it and tack on a $200 tax stamp to it under the unconstitutional National Firearms Act. I’ll also be telling you how you …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com Washington, DC – -(AmmoLand.com)- Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 the FBI announced in a news conference that foreign states, including Iran, Russia, and other actors, have taken “specific actions” to influence public opinion during the U.S. election by obtaining voter registration. FBI Director Christopher Wray and Director …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- If you buy essential oils on the lower rungs of the quality ladder, the worst thing that can happen is that you’ll be out a few bucks and feel a bit slimy. Oh, and your friends will think you weird for investing in …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- You have a couple of weeks before deer season. If you’re like me, you’re going to spend opening day in a familiar spot full of memories from past successful hunts. If you’re new to hunting, or maybe you have never hunted but have …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com Montana – -(AmmoLand.com)- The upcoming United States Senate election in Montana is one that should not be close. Yet, if you look at projections from RealClearPolitics, the race between incumbent Steve Daines and Steve Bullock is a toss-up. For Second Amendment supporters, this should not be that close at all. We’ve covered …

Introduced in 1983 in the Bren Ten Pistol, the 10 mm was praised by none other than Colonel Jeff Cooper as a superb defensive round. However, excitement about both the 10 mm and the Bren Ten abated when several of these pistols shipped with inoperable magazines or no magazines at all. …

Heritage Manufacturing, Inc. has made quite an impression on the U.S. shooting market over the last few years with its diverse selection of inexpensive, American-Made Rough Rider .22-cal. single-action revolvers. Essentially a scaled-down take on the famous Single Action Army design, several versions of the Rough Rider rimfire are selling at …

Just like any other defensive platform, there are ways to work with or around pocket pistol features in order to make the most of their advantages and minimize their disadvantages. Pocket-size handguns are often criticized for being difficult or uncomfortable to shoot, and many owners and users don’t spend the …

It’s more affectionately known as the Beretta M9, the semi-automatic 9 mm pistol that the U.S. military officially adopted in 1985. The Army may be close to retiring the entire aging fleet of these handguns, replacing them with a version of the SIG Sauer P320 as deliveries are made, but the trusted Beretta remains …

Looking back a couple decades, I do not recall anyone predicting that submachine gun-size, semi-automatic pistols would be anywhere near as popular as they are today. Thanks to a newfound appreciation for compact, user-configurable firearms and the pistol brace’s ability to stabilize handguns with forward-mounted magazines, these very maneuverable handguns have …