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Article first appeared on Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Anti-gun U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), apparently trying to appear magnanimous, told CNN Sunday he is “willing to ‘settle’ for less aggressive gun control reform” in an effort to “save lives,” is fulfilling a prediction made just days ago in AmmoLand that the Michigan school shooting would …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- These are the most perilous times many Second Amendment watchdogs have ever seen. Our right to keep and bear arms is under constant assault by a troika of would-be infringers: the Biden-Harris administration – the most anti-gun group of bullies to occupy the White …

On November 30, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” firearm magazines. In doing so, it reversed earlier rulings that found the restriction unconstitutional. This latest ruling, in the case of Duncan v. Bonta, was 7-4. “The ban on legal possession of large-capacity magazines reasonably …

Typically known for its muzzleloading and bolt-action rifles, in 2018 Thompson/Center introduced the first semi-automatic rifle to be in its catalog for some time, the T/CR22 chambered in .22 LR. Originally, there was only one version of the T/CR22 offered, but since then the line has grown. Last year, American Rifleman staff examined the Performance Center T/CR22 version …

Springfield Armory improved upon the classic AR-15 receiver design with a monolithic construction its calling the Accurized Tactical Chassis (ATC), which provides a rock-solid platform for precision shooting while still maintaining commonality with many AR-15 components. The Springfield SAINT Edge ATC’s construction provides a true free-floated barrel that completely isolates the …

When gun owners defeated the anti-gunners attempt to pass UBCs this month without even holding a vote, you might have thought the worst was behind us for 2021. Well, that certainly isn’t the case. Just yesterday (Tuesday, December 7), Senate Democrats reportedly struck a deal with Senator Mitch McConnell and GOP …

Sometimes the best thing to do when activists attack is to let their arguments fall under their own weight. That’s what happened when Environmental Health News (EHN) published a series on traditional ammunition. The activist news service that describes itself as, “a nonprofit, nonpartisaan organization dedicated to driving science into public discussion …

A nationally syndicated editorial attempted to persuade readers on the merits of New York’s problematic “may issue” handgun permit law and why the U.S. Supreme Court should leave it intact. They made a better case for why the law should be struck down. The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments …

Tucked away in the NRA-ILA archives is an Atlanta Constitution article from April 20, 1975. Titled, “Life-Style Disease: Atlanta’s CDC Plans to Examine Ways People Make Themselves Sick,” the item doesn’t mention firearms, but details how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention planned to expand its role beyond controlling …

This is the season of holiday festivities, family gatherings, and retrospectives. We don’t operate on seasons, though. Gun owners didn’t wait for a holiday to air their grievances; they took every opportunity to let their legislators and the ATF know where they stood on infringement. Americans exercised their 2nd Amendment rights …