We write about NICS numbers regularly because they provide a ready-made finger on the pulse of American gun owners. As we saw last year, NICS numbers confirm what we’re all thinking. Politicians talking about banning commonly owned firearms? NICS numbers rise. Bureaucrats releasing prisoners as a virus rages? NICS numbers …

A year after Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his sweeping ban on firearms, shocking new revelations have emerged concerning the repudiated long gun registry and the federal police agency responsible for implementing and enforcing Canada’s gun laws. According to reports by the Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) and news media, there is …

It’s time once again for that lamest of all biennial traditions –  the publication of a lengthy New York Times or Washington Post opinion piece disguised as news that commiserates about the purportedly beleaguered state of the ever-so valiant Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). As if taking direction directly from the Democratic National …

Article first appeared on Ammolad.com MACON, Ga. – -(AmmoLand.com)- A former Georgia Deputy pleaded guilty to possessing unregistered firearms resulting from an FBI-led investigation into a violent extremist group, said Peter D. Leary, the Acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia. Cody Richard Griggers, 28, of Montrose, Georgia, pleaded …

Luxembourg is not a country that is known for gun-making, nor is it typically associated with the political intrigues of decolonizing the African continent. Nevertheless, in 1957, gun-making drew Luxembourg into the middle of a diplomatic confrontation with both France and Belgium regarding the war in Algeria. It all started …

Remington announced its Model 572A Fieldmaster would replace the company’s Model 121 sometime around Christmas in 1954. It took months before the .22 rimfire would reach retailer inventories, though, and many sources cite 1956 as the year it was readily available. Regardless, it proved to be a popular choice among …

What do you do if you want a tight-to-the-body OWB for concealed carry but don’t like how high most OWBs ride on your belt? Maybe the height bothers you because it’s just a little too close to your elbow on the draw. In that case, the CrossBreed DropSlide OWB Holster might be …

Faxon Firearms is known for making high-quality rifle and pistol components as well as complete firearms, and now they are introducing the Faxon Rimfire series of barrels for 10/22. Faxon Firearms believes in the Fellowship of Firearms, that firearms should bring people together and create generational memories. Since the .22 LR …

Springfield Armory’s original Hellcat proudly holds claim to the title of the highest-capacity micro 9 mm on the market—at least for the time being. Now, the company has expanded the Hellcat line with the Hellcat Rapid Defense Package (RDP), which features Springfield’s new Hex Wasp micro red-dot sight (MRDS) and a self-indexing …

Two weeks ago we reported on a leaked document that appeared to be a new ATF proposed rule to amend several key definitions in federal firearm regulations. On May 7th, ATF published a nearly identical proposed rule on its website. The rule has not yet been published in the federal register, but likely will …