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David Chipman, President Joe Biden’s (D) nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), is an “enemy of the Second Amendment,” say dozens of House Republicans who are urging senators to oppose Chipman’s nomination, according to a report from Fox News. The letter, obtained by Fox News, was …

Q: I don’t understand what John Garand was thinking when he incorporated the eight-round clip mechanism into his rifle when he could have used a detachable magazine that would have been better. After all, the Browning Automatic Rifle was invented a number of years before the M1 rifle, and John Browning …

Straight-pull rifles. Depending on which side of the pond you reside, the phrase generally conjures drastically different reactions, and levels of familiarity. While long popular among our European brethren, the American market has remained generally disinterested in them. To be fair, this could be due largely to price points—straight pulls, usually …

As firearms continue to sell at record pace, manufacturers are struggling to keep up with demand for existing models. Nonetheless, innovation continues. We are seeing introductions of MRDS-ready, striker-fired, polymer-frame pistols, including higher-capacity micro-9s. Also hitting the market with some frequency are large-format pistols in both rifle and pistol calibers. And, …

The Problem You have been told that repetition is the secret to improving your skills and maintaining the edge that satisfies the goals you have set for yourself. Even though you have thousands of repetitions of basic handling and shooting skills, it has become going through the motions without noticeable …

Think you understand shotgun choke? Take our 10-question quiz to find out. The answers are at the end, but don’t peek ahead. We’ll know! Choke is the minute constriction built into the inside of a shotgun’s barrel, but where within the barrel is it located? Immediately in front of the …

Throughout the Cold War era until the fall of the Soviet Union, the Automatic Kalashnikov family of rifles are remembered as the defining arms of the Soviet Union and communist forces. However, Kalashnikov was not the only designer in Russia to have a successful design adopted by the military, as …

When The New York Times tells America they publish “All the News That’s Fit to Print,” what they’re really saying is that it’s only the news that fits their narrative. The New York Times ran a recent piece that attempted to broad-brush paint the entire firearm community as trying to …

It was obvious that, with anti-gun Democrats in control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives, we would not see any real advancement of gun rights coming out of Washington, D.C. In fact, all we have seen is the confirmation of radical anti-gun extremists to the …

For New York City’s Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, the gun is the problem, not the criminal. That’s why he focused on New York City’s crime problem by restricting law-abiding citizens’ ability to purchase firearms for self-protection. The mayor announced major “crime reduction” plans twice before and missed by a …