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As optic-cut pistols have become increasingly popular, the market of optics that fit them has exploded out in every direction. Many of these options are built with durability at the forefront of their design, while others are crafted with the sole aspect of value in mind. Bushnell has often been able to …

Armed Citizen® Today A resident of a San Antonio, Texas, apartment defended himself when an alleged robber pulled a gun on him on Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. The resident was returning home around 3:30 a.m. that morning, when three men jumped out of a nearby parked car and approached. The …

The 5.7×28 mm cartridge was developed in the early 1990s by FN for the P90 PDW (Personal Defense Weapon). The idea behind the PDW was to build something to arm support personnel with a firearm smaller than a carbine or battle rifle, but packing more punch than a service pistol. …

When it comes to handguns, I am an equal opportunist: Revolvers, semi-autos; I love them all. That same sense of equality comes through as a collector. Though there are considerably more pistols and revolvers than long guns in La Bunker del Boyd, when it comes to handguns, surprisingly both wheelguns …

XTech Tactical is now offering a new American made, 30-round standard capacity 7.62x39mm Kalashnikov-pattern magazine, the MAG47 Elite. XTech brought the new MAG47 Elite magazine to market in order to give AK shooters a choice for a smooth sided and slimmer profile magazine that had the same level of durability and …

If given the choice, most hunters would opt to use a rifle to hunt big game; increasingly, however, those who are willing to employ shotgun slugs are afforded additional opportunities afield—particularly in settled areas east of the Mississippi River. Why? Due to the steadily climbing population and the resultant modification of nature into …

Fiocchi is investing $41.5 million and expanding its workforce by 120 people to establish the planet’s first dedicated lead-free primer factory on a 281-acre site in the Port of Little Rock, Ark. Once completed and operational, it will be the sixth primer manufacturing operation in the United States. The move is …

Retired Border Patrol agent, Gunsite instructor and longtime columnist for NRA’s Shooting Illustrated Ed Head passed away Sept. 16, 2022, after a battle with cancer. He was 72 years old. Head served in the United States Air Force from 1972-1976, specializing in nuclear security and captaining a competition shooting team. After his …

Of all the scandals of the anti-gun Obama/Biden administration, Operation Chokepoint was perhaps the most insidious. NRA-ILA covered the story at the time, explaining how federal regulators – including the Department of Justice and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) – used their authorities to intimidate banks into shunning lawful but politically …

In a move that surprised absolutely nobody, anti-gun New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) announced last week that she would expand her assault on the Second Amendment by targeting ammunition sellers. AG James claimed, “39 ammunition sellers have been shipping ammunition directly to New York residents in violation of …