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Over the past few years our ammo editor, Richard Mann, has been compiling data yielded from shooting blocks of ordnance gelatin. We’re not sure why. Anyway, we found ourselves the beneficiaries of a vast amount of data we weren’t sure what to do with. I mean, what do you do

The subject is confusing because humans relate things to known standards. We cannot measure stuff without reference to something we know and understand, like inches. You’ll ask your buddy, “How big was that smallmouth bass?” He’ll say, “Oh, about 19 inches.” And, you’ll know exactly how long that fish was,

Article first appeared at – Green Country Razors is a company that is committed to providing customers a wholly different shaving experience and is investing heavily in the research and development of innovative shaving product designs. To fund their ambitious endeavor, the company is launching a Kickstarter campaign. The

Article first appeared at  – I am not sure I have ever read a military / combat history related non-fiction book quite like Alexander Rose’s new book Men of War. You might already be familiar with Mr. Rose’s work if you have seen any of the AMC cable channel’s

Article first appeared at – A compelling shot story of a mass shooting survivor who has gone from gun control activist to gun rights advocate. Download your free copy today. Forward by C.D. “Chuck” Michel, CRPA President & General Counsel. The terrible and tragic shootings by a deranged gunman

Have better words ever been uttered? “The Senate delivered a devastating blow to President Obama’s agenda to regulate guns bydefeating a bipartisan proposal to expand background checks.” The votes failed due to bipartisan efforts either on the vote or the proposed amendments. Naughty or nice, we know the anti gunners

A recent article in the Wall St. Journal theorizes that Hillary Clinton may suffer the same fate in her quest for the White House in 2016 that Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey did in his race against then-former-Vice-President Richard M. Nixon in 1968. Noting that Nixon defeated Humphrey by, in part,

Article first appeared at – The City of Dallas has released a video and a “Frequently Asked Questions” guide to advise the public about changes to Texas open carry laws that will go in effect on January 1, The Dallas Morning News reported. Citizens with concealed carry permits will

Article first appeared at – As Washington, our Governor, Senator Manchin and others here in West Virginia scheme to craft new laws to restrict (and eventually eliminate) our inherent human right to self-defense, they apparently turns a blind eye to gun crime right here in our state. Tannerman’s Weapon

Article first appeared at – We know that a BulletSafe vest, will stop a .50 Cal Desert Eagle, but what about everyday things? How bulletproof are they? This video series has two purposes. One is to demonstrate how tough our bulletproof vest is. The second is to remind people