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On Wednesday, February 14th, Senate Bill 229 a Red Flag bill “relating to gun violence protective orders” was introduced in the Alaska State Senate. The bill has been referred to the Senate State Affairs Committee. Please contact members of the committee directly by using the Take Action button below and ask them to …

Armed Citizen® Today An alleged robber was killed outside of an apartment in Houston, Texas, after he and an accomplice pulled a woman out of her pickup truck and held guns to her head, according to local police. The woman and her male friend were returning home to the apartment …

Long the caliber of choice abroad, the once-lowly 6.5 mm (0.264″) has made significant inroads in the United States in a relatively short period of time—especially during the last two decades. Need proof? MidwayUSA currently lists 86 loads for the 6.5 mm Creedmoor, which is more than for the .270 Win., .300 Win. Mag. and several …

Expert marksmanship requires the seamless integration of visual acuity and mechanical body control. A shooter’s eyes and posture must operate in perfect synchrony to hit targets with minimal MOA accuracy, especially at extreme distances and/or high-performance speeds. As firearm technology, vision aids and training techniques progress, marksmen are achieving unprecedented …

GPO USA is introducing a new line of Centuri riflescopes to the US market. The new Centuri product line consists of six different riflescope models built around a 30mm main tube with the choice of either MOA or mil for their angular units of adjustment. These different options consist of two …

Holosun has unveiled the new HM6X, a flip up magnifier with a fixed six-power magnification level meant to be used in conjunction with a red-dot optic on a semi-automatic carbine. Adding a magnifier such as the new Holosun HM6X extends the effective range of red dot optics to ranges rivalling that …

The Hawaii Supreme Court recently upheld a conviction that directly goes against the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen (2022). The Hawaiian court instead cited the “spirit of Aloha” as their rationale for doing so. “The spirit of Aloha clashes with a federally-mandated lifestyle …

On Wednesday, February 14th, Senate Bill 229 a Red Flag bill “relating to gun violence protective orders” was introduced in the Alaska State Senate. The bill has been referred to the Senate State Affairs Committee. Please contact members of the committee directly by using the Take Action button below and ask them to …

There’s a game people play called “Two Lies and a Truth.” Lawyers backing the City of Gary, Ind., play that game in the media too. The City of Gary is dragging out a 1999 lawsuit brought against several firearm manufacturers. City officials allege that firearm manufacturers are responsible for the …

It’s very easy to fall into a rut with the shooting sports. We go to the same ranges. We shoot the same matches with the same gun. Because we crave positive reinforcement, we tend to shoot the drills we’re good at, over and over again. This can lead to stagnation …