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Last week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told a group of attorneys that individual rights were at increased risk of government encroachment—including the right to keep and bear arms. In the wake of an apparent White House victory for gun grabbers, and Joe Biden promising executive action on guns, many gun …

Hornady expanded its RAPiD line of firearm-security products in 2020 with an enlarged option designed to secure multiple firearms, all while retaining Hornady’s quick-access RFID technology. The Hornady RAPiD Safe Ready Vault provides storage space for up to six long guns and 14 handguns in a compact, secure package. Unlike other …

The first gift I bought my wife after we began dating was a Ruger MK II .22-caliber pistol. So, I’m a romantic fool, what can I say? Or maybe, I wanted her to have the means to protect herself as I shared my love of shooting with her. While some may …

Over the last decade, many shooters have come to understand that handguns with optics—specifically compact reflex sights—offer fast target acquisition in any light and improve accuracy without adding a lot of bulk to your pistol. This has led to increasing demand for red dot-equipped handguns which has, in turn, prompted more firearm …

Although voters in November’s election had a refreshing break from initiatives to impose new gun-control laws, there was a pro-gun ballot measure this fall in Big Sky Country. LR 130, a ballot measure to limit local government authority to regulate firearms, was supported by the NRA and approved by Montana’s voters. Voters had to …

Social science methods are not perfect, but that has never stopped anti-gun researchers from making outlandish claims. Most recently, a team of researchers led by Doctor Apurva Bhatt from the University of Missouri Kansas City sought to evaluate the effect of changes in Missouri firearms laws on suicides among teenagers and …

An expert lawman and scout, James Hickok lived a life on the edge with trust in his sidearms. Uberti USA imports a remembrance piece dedicated to James “Wild Bill” Hickok with its 1851 Navy Conversion revolver. The single-action wheelgun features an open-top design and is chambered for .38 Spl. The Wild Bill …

Q: I recently purchased a U.S. Model 1917 rifle and would like to get the proper bayonet. I came across an M1917 bayonet with plastic grips marked “GEN CUT.” I was a bit confused, as all the other M1917 bayonets I’ve seen have wooden grips and were made by Winchester or …

It seems antigun billionaires think there’s nothing a few dollars and manipulation of government data can’t fix. Arnold Ventures, ran by former Enron trader John and Laura Arnold, is a billionaire philanthropy organization that wants to save us from ourselves through their deep pockets. More specifically, they seek to restrict …

Italy’s Fabrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta has been making .25 ACP pistols since 1910, but the firm’s existence dates back a bit further—to 1526, according to Beretta’s latest research. Some six Beretta .25 ACP pistols appeared before World War II, but none equaled the popularity of the post-war Model 950 and its later …