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Joe Biden is once again attacking our right to keep and bear arms, and this time he is also attacking America’s hunting traditions. Please Contact the U.S. Department of the Interior and Oppose the Lead Ammunition Ban! That is why Gun Owners of America is jumping into the fight, and …

Our readers have no idea how much I appreciate them. Picture my editor breathing down my neck and wanting to know when my monthly column would arrive on his desk. Also, picture me without a single idea for that column. And then, just like the cavalry to the rescue, here …

As a shooter, you can opt to “plink” (shoot for recreational purposes only), with entry-level shooting skills and few performance requirements, or you can elect to be a high-level shooter requiring a much greater skill level to include on-demand performance. Choosing to shoot at the upper skill levels means that …

The Hornady Manufacturing Company is releasing a new portable and travel-friendly lock box for those on the move who also need a way to keep critical items and documents secured. The TrekLite Lock Box XXL has many aspects that are common to advanced security containers while also offering travel friendly convenience, …

Known commonly by the name “Auto 5,” even though that name is attributed to a FN copy, the Autoloading Shotgun was John Moses Browning’s first semi-automatic shotgun design, which entered production at Remington starting in 1905. Browning regarded the Autoloading Shotgun design as one of his personal favorites. It also marked a point where the famed firearm …

In 1956, Savage Arms launched an ambitious project—creating a new bolt-action rifle built for longevity and reliability, one the company could offer at an affordable price. Add the requirement that it also needed to be accurate, and designer Nicolas Brewer faced with a formidable task. Two years later his work was complete, …

Pop quiz: How many of the violent crimes committed in the United States each year involve a firearm? It turns out that, thanks to years of media-driven attention-shifting, most Americans don’t know and aren’t close in their estimations. As Dr. John Lott Jr. noted in May, the average self-identified Democrat …

Dear friend, Mississippi state law has generally allowed permitted individuals to carry firearms on public school campuses for over a decade. Recently, Mississippi State Board of Education has made an effort to update their policies to be in accordance with state law. One of these policies was an outdated prohibition on carry. …

Tomorrow, the Pima County Board of Supervisors will consider a resolution to repeal/challenge Arizona’s preemption statutes, Resolution NO. 2022 – 44.  This resolution falls in line with efforts by both Pima County and Tucson to pass local gun control ordinances. In 2017, the Arizona State Supreme Court ruled in the State’s favor, causing the City …

Headquartered in the hills of northern Italy, Beretta is the world’s oldest firearm company. The company has been making guns for longer (much longer) than there has been a United States of America, and in that time, it has learned a thing or two about making a high-quality firearm. Beretta’s history with …