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The recent terrorist attack on military servicemen in Tennessee is the latest tragedy inflicted on our service members stationed in the United States. And unless Congress acts, it won’t be the last. While open and concealed carry laws have sent crime among the civilian population plunging, violent killings on military

There has been a big push on Capitol Hill to arm service members at recruitment centers in light of what happened in Chattanooga, Tenn. Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., proposed his own legislation last week in the House and so did Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., in the Senate. It seems everyone

“There are now eight constitutional carry states that allow citizens to carry concealed firearms without a permit: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Vermont, and Wyoming.” — GOA executive director Larry Pratt, The Examiner, July 28 Deregulation of firearms sweeps the states There’s a lot of good things happening around the country. Earlier this

Governments hate legal loopholes, unless of course, those loopholes benefit themselves and their monied interests. In either case, they can’t stand it when the plebes find a way around their draconian laws. This especially applies to ghost guns, which if you’re not familiar, are untraceable firearm receivers that are shipped

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com New York, NY – -(Ammoland.com)- Hello Mr Trump. Many of our readers are very excited that you have thrown your hat in the ring to run for president in 2016. They like the idea that you have nothing to do with politics and that you have

This week the Education and Governance Committee of the Seattle City Council unanimously advanced legislation to implement a $25 tax on firearms and a $0.05 per round tax on ammunition sold at retail, and to force gun owners to report a lost or stolen firearm within 24 hours. The city council

Freedom Advocates, Pro-Gun Senators Unite to Oppose the Obama Administration’s Attempt to Censor Information about Firearms Technology As we reported in June, the Obama Administration’s State Department (DOS) proposed a revision of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) on June 3 that would require anyone seeking to make certain

We are delighted to advise that agreement has been reached on firearms fees and a banded system for rifles between an alliance of shooting and rural organisations, the Department of Justice (DoJ) and the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). The rural organisations include Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI), The British

The APB has been put out. So-called constitutionalists, sovereign citizens, patriots and anyone else lumped into the ‘dissident’ category are under watch and preemptive suspicion. Even speaking back or mouthing off shows the kind of anti-authoritarian spirit that is being targeted. Such was the case in a tense stand off

There is a wide variety of combat rifles converted to semi-auto operation for civilian applications on the market these days. But despite all of the various makes and models to choose from, two designs in particular seem to garner more attention from American shooters, namely, the Stoner-style AR platforms and