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Article first appeared on Ammoland.com New York – -(AmmoLand.com)- “Gun violence is a public health crisis in communities of color, and the Second Amendment has roots in slavery.” —opening remark in an article titled, “Racial equity agenda must include gun control,” as published in the Leftist website, “Crosscut,” on March 8, 2021 …

For everyday carry, compact is king. All pistol makers have found a way to trim the grip until it is short enough to prevent “printing” (showing under a shirt or jacket), but the barrel and slide have remained long due to the engineering constraints of the guns’ operation. It’s just …

Regardless if you procured an outdated rifle from an older family member, via a gun-show purchase or through some other method, you hope the vintage shooting iron still hurtles projectiles downrange accurately. You may get lucky with that classic gun, but you also may struggle with it spitting bullets irregularly like a …

In 1919, Winchester vice president Edwin Pugsley brilliantly coined the marketing slogan “The Gun That Won The West.” He was referring to the Winchester Model 1873 lever action, which–ironically enough–was on the verge of being discontinued, as by that time, the West had already been won. However, Winchester was riding to newfound …

If you have ever dreamed of owning a classic American flintlock longrifle of the Golden Age style, here’s your chance for $10. Artist gunsmith Judson Brennan and his sons created a masterpiece longrifle in the apex decorative style of the late 1700s, when gunmaking rose to a high art form. …

This article, “Vz. 52: From Suez to the Bay of Pigs,” appeared originally in the March 1992 issue of American Rifleman. To subscribe to the magazine, visit the NRA membership page here and select American Rifleman as your member magazine. The general staff of the Czechoslovak Army set out principles for that nation’s postwar small-arms development on Aug. 1, …

Just about every type of handgun ever invented has, at some time or another, been compressed for more comfortable concealed carry. The 1911 semi-automatic handgun chambered in the venerable .45 ACP is no exception. It’s been nipped, tucked and weight reduced in various ways. In 2004, the now defunct Para …

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) needs to change their name. At this point, it’s false advertising. The ACLU recently argued that, “anti-Blackness determined the inclusion of the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights, and has informed the unequal and racist application of gun laws.” That’s plainly arguing that …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)-The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) is sending letters to Federal Firearms Licensees (FFL) in states that have passed bills protecting the Second Amendment demanding that the FFLs do NOT follow state laws. The ATF, at the same time, sent letters to …

Under New York law, illegal possession of a loaded handgun is a crime punishable by imprisonment for “at least three years,” but the sentence “shall not exceed fifteen years.” With a premises license, one can keep a handgun in his or her dwelling. To get a carry license, the authorities …