Here comes the storm
U.S.A. -(Ammoland.com)-In 1982 NBC ran a "Prime Time" special on Teflon-coated bullets labeling them "armored piercing" bullets. Their "expert" claimed that the Teflon increased the bullet's penetration power by 20%. The news show argu
Austin Jones (Chief Engineer of Atlas Arms) on the Dagny Dagger Project, allowing citizens the first legal access to armor-penetrating ammunition - Dr Judy Mikovits on corruption in the medical/vaccine industry - Tone Vays and Davi Barker In Studio =
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday signed a decree that will temporarily make it easier for Brazilians to buy guns, despite fears the move could aggravate already staggering violent crime.
Yes, every time that government seeks to overstep its bounds and do things it was never intended to do or ban certain items, they simply spark human ingenuity and entrepreneurship to work around their pretended legislation. In this case, government
medical cannabis use...(Natural News) A Pennsylvania doctor with no criminal record was denied his right to own a firearm only because he possesses a legal medical cannabis card. Unable to properly defend himself, the 33-year-old doctor has filed a l
What's at stake here isn't the interpretation of some legal document. It's much more important--it's a basic philosophical principle. It's a view of what it means to be a free man.
Guns are banned in the UK, but the black market is booming and criminals are loading up on firearms.
Dems leading resistance against Boulder's gun control
THEY SAY: "Those assault rifles have no sporting purpose. You don't need a 30-round magazine for hunting deer they're only for killing people."
Red flag laws have a history of bipartisan support. And when any piece of legislation has Democrats and Republicans locking arms in agreement, you know trouble lies ahead.
Brazil's far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro said on Saturday he plans to issue a decree allowing all Brazilians without criminal records to own firearms, welcome news to many core supporters who want him to loosen Brazil's strict gun laws.
What happens when individual consumers--not government bureaucrats, not corporate chieftains, not elite gatekeepers--own the means of their own production? For a half-century, Reason has been giving variants on a five-word answer to that question:
I have a legislative alert for SurvivalBlog readers: H.R. 7115, the "3D Firearms Prohibitions Act" is on its face perhaps one of the most unconstitutional laws ever written. It is sponsored by Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., Democrat, of New Jers
After reading a couple of articles about magazines/weapon news from New Jersey – actually, after reading a lot of comments from people on that news- I have the urge to write this article.
My interest in guns and shooting began with a competitive program co-sponsored by the National Rifle Association and the Boy Scouts of America, when I was eleven years old, sixty-one years ago, in 1957, the same year the first artificial satellite, S