Iowa has become the 42nd state to legalize suppressors. Civilians in the Hawkeye State are now free to own and use suppressors on their firearms.
An amendment to the NDAA might make old U.S. Army side arms available to citizens, through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
SilencerCo has been at the forefront of promoting suppressor usage and advocacy. The company is now making a big push at better mobilizing users of the device in a bid to expand the right to own and use them.
Minnesota might be joining the majority of the nation when it comes to suppressors. A bill was recently introduced that is set to repeal the state's long-standing ban on the device.
The Federal agency, at least for now, has stepped away from its attempt at banning M855 ammunition, a popular and affordable military surplus round utilized by many AR-15 shooters.
A recent study by the Pew Research Center shows support for guns rights continues to grow, with more and more citizens from every walk of life finding firearms and the Second Amendment important safeguards.
Suppressors have quietly gained popularity over the years, but one big obstacle has stood in the way of the gun accessory's wider acceptance – the NFA. A petition aims to change all that requesting the device be removed from the legislation's regulation.
The discussion of stronger gun laws is definitely not a new one. Check out this editorial, from the 1969 "Gun Digest" annual book.
Texas Parking Lot Gun Law Under Attack September 1, 2012 was the one-year anniversary of Senate Bill 321 taking effect in Texas. Supported by the National Rifle Association (NRA), SB 321 was an employee parking lot gun law, signed into law by Governor Rick Perry in June of 2011. In a nutshell, the...