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The objective world mistrusts most gun policy research because it’s clear the objective is to produce an anti-gun outcome rather than honest analysis. Politicians and professional activists claim the mantle of evidence but will ignore any findings that threaten their anti-gun agenda. Anti-gun politicians continue to advocate for policies that …

With an appropriate target, a shot timer, your EDC handgun and a mere 10 rounds of ammunition, you can regularly practice and hone your shooting skills to maintain readiness, even in the midst of an ammo shortage. With ammunition expensive and hard to come by, making every shot count has never …

Holding an opponent at bay with your off-hand forearm (while keeping it from slipping in front of your muzzle) can prevent contact between the pistol’s muzzle and your adversary, which could possibly cause a malfunction. The Problem In your extreme-close-quarters-encounter class, you were cautioned that contact shots could cause a …

Chances are pretty good that unless you own an ammunition company or have really deep pockets, your range time has tapered off over the past year. People with rifles chambered in the few available ammo types may still be training, but what do you do when your rifle is not …

Similar to many other urban areas of the country, St. Louis saw a dramatic increase in homicide in 2020. The Gateway to the West’s homicide rate per 100 thousand residents exploded from 64.5 in 2019 to 87.2 in 2020. The homicide rate was far and away the city’s highest in the preceding 50 years. This startling increase …

For years, voters in the Evergreen State have been assured that if only they approve certain gun control ballot initiatives, they would “save lives” and reduce crime. The Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility (WAGR), the organization pushing these ballot measures, has made an industry (if the term applies to an entity funded …

Article first appeared on Ammoland.com U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- The AR platform is arguably the most popular one on the market right now. Primarily chambered for the 5.56/.223 caliber, the gun has been adapted to a variety of other calibers over the years, but none has gained wider acceptance than .300 Blackout. Let us …

If you can’t win, change the rules! That was President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s (D) 1937 approach to a U.S. Supreme Court, a court that was declaring many of his programs unconstitutional. The idea is now being brought back by Democrats. FDR saw the Great Depression as an opportunity to fundamentally …

Springfield Armory’s Hellcat pistol came to market offering increased capacity within a micro-compact design. Now the company has introduced a 15-round detachable magazine for its Hellcat series of 9 mm Luger-chambered semi-automatics, remarkably bringing the micro-compact’s capacity up to par with that of many fullsize pistol designs. The new 15-rounder …

The Smith & Wesson “Victory Model“ was chambered in .38 Spl. and had a 4″ barrel as made under a World War II U.S. Navy contract. It is seen here being fired by Navy cadets.  In mid-1940, when it was becoming increasingly likely that the United States would be drawn into …