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Conspiracy Crowd Fearful of Government Ammo Buys

  Should we laugh at how silly it all is, be upset, or write it off as simply more gun ignorance? Hard to say what to make of the new conspiracy theories bouncing around the media of late over ammunition orders by various federal agencies. At issue: Hollow-point handgun ammunition. As reported, “The...

Anti-gun advocate Leeland Yee

California Bill Would Have Outlawed Firearms with Detachable Magazines

  A bill introduced in the California Senate, authored by Senator Leland Yee, would have outlawed all firearms in the state that use detachable magazines. The bill, designated SB249, was removed from a committee hearing slated for Thursday, Aug. 16. This effectively kills the measure, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which lobbied...

Open carry is a right, but every right comes with responsibilities

CCW Profiling? Maybe! But think about how you act.

Here is an interesting excerpt from the Milwaukee JournalSentinel online edition of July 24… Milwaukee police officer Cassandra Benitez testified that when she first looked into Sutterfield’s car from the passenger side with a flashlight, she did not notice the 9mm Glock on Sutterfield’s hip, despite being extra alert to a possible weapon after...

This is your day. Use your rights or lose them.

Exercise Your CCW Rights On Independence Day

Become an advocate for gun ownership and concealed carry. Talk about it. Talk about it rationally. Let people know that you believe in the right of law-abiding citizens to be able to protect themselves anywhere they go

Armed: The Essential Guide to Concealed Carry

Concealed Carry: When Can You Use Deadly Force?

When can you use deadly force? The short answer is that your attacker must possess the ability and opportunity to do you grave harm—but you must also have to have done everything in your ability to avoid a confrontation. In "Armed: The Essential Guide to Concealed Carry," Bruce Eimer, Ph.D., provides a more detailed...

McMillan firearms

Does Bank of America Discriminate Against Gun Makers?

UPDATE: Click here to watch a video of Kelly McMillan discussing the Bank of America controversy. Arizona-based McMillan, which produces custom-made rifles, ammunition, gunstocks and other related gear, recently announced that the Bank of America had apparently stopped doing business with McMillan because it made and sold firearms. According to FoxNews, “Kelly McMillan, operations...

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Kimber Opposes New York Firearm Microstamping Legislation

From Kimber: Yonkers, NY — March 21, 2012 — Kimber Mfg., Inc., one of America’s leading firearms manufacturing companies located in Yonkers, has announced strong opposition to both the proposed microstamping legislation and its inclusion in the budget (AB 9055C) under consideration by the New York State General Assembly. In addition to the Governor’s...


Texas: Decision on Expanded Suppressor Use Coming This Month

Currently, Texans can use suppressors for firearms hunting of feral hogs, coyotes, and nuisance animals, with the proper authorization to own and purchase suppressors, of course. But suppressor use in the Lone Star State could be expanded and soon. “The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering a rule that would allow the use...

Personal Defense for Women: Practical Advice for Self Protection

Illinois: Women Advised to Use Combs and Keys Against Rapists

As reported by the Rockford Star, “Women who log onto an Illinois State Police Web page will find they are advised to protect themselves [in case of sexual assault] with a ‘rat tail comb, keys, pens and pencils’ against an assailant armed with a gun or knife. As a last resort, women are told...