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Palmetto State Armory Stainless Two-tone Premium 1911 Gun Review
Palmetto State Armory is best known for their reasonably priced AR-15s, AK-47s and of course their popular build kits for said rifles.
NEW: Bright Silver Atlantic Firearms Draco AK Pistol
The base gun is a standard imported, Romanian-built 7.62x39mm AK pistol. Atlantic Firearms then contracted ElevenMile Arms to provide a bright silver Cerakote finish.
'NRA turns kids into shooting targets,' Florida Dem gubernatorial candidate says in new mailer
Jeff Greene, a Florida gubernatorial candidate, accused the National Rifle Association of turning “our kids into targets” in a striking new advertisement.
'Undeniable Bias': Navy SEAL Says Bureaucrats Like Comey Shouldn't Be Off The Hook For Trump's Russia Comments
The news has been flooded recently with talk of Trump's controversial words at the Helinski U.S.-Russia press conference. After his comments, many people have accused Trump of treason, and many are calling for impeachment.
U.S. appeals court upholds right to carry gun in public
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment protects the right to openly carry a gun in public for self-defense, rejecting a claim by Hawaii officials that the right only applies to guns kept at home.
Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer – Smallest Rim Fire Can Available
Over the years of shooting countless rimfire silencers, I came to a realization: They do not need to be very long to be effective on most .22 caliber rifles, particularly when combined with subsonic ammunition.
Gun Control Tanks as Midterm Election Issue
Guns aren't mentioned at all in the Gallup article on the July survey – not even in the section about “Americans' Views of the Top Problem Facing the U.S.”
Throes Of Suburban Teachers Enroll In Free Gun Training
Gun laws restrict Illinois teachers from bringing firearms to school, but many are still learning how to shoot.
NRA Sues Seattle Over New Gun Storage Law
The National Rifle Association, Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation and two Seattle residents are suing Seattle over the city's new gun-safety law.
Americans can legally download 3-D printed guns starting next month
Gun-rights activists have reached a settlement with the government that will allow them to post 3-D printable gun plans online starting August 1.

Alien Pistol From Laugo Arms in 9mm Teased

Alien Pistol From Laugo Arms in 9mm Teased
The designers of the Scorpion Evo 3 have teased a new pistol on their Facebook page.
Second Amendment Foundation intends to sue Seattle over gun storage law
The City of Seattle may soon face a lawsuit over its new gun storage law.

A look at new Illinois gun laws

A look at new Illinois gun laws
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed laws this week authorizing judges to take weapons away from people facing problems that make them dangerous to themselves or others and to extend the waiting period for delivery of newly purchased guns, but pledged to veto a third piece of legislation that would require state licensing of firearms dealers.
The ACLU Has Basically Quit Defending The Constitution
The American Civil Liberties Union, an organization that once so rigidly adhered to the neutral principles in the Constitution that it famously defended the right of a neo-Nazi group to march through the Jewish-laden Chicago suburb of Skokie, has been increasingly rejiggering its positions to correspond with the Left’s hard lurch towards cafeteria constitutionalism.
Trained to shoot: the Utah teachers taking up guns in their classrooms
To fight school shootings, Utah allows teachers to carry a gun at school – and many are choosing to arm themselves and are taking combat shooting courses as preparation
How the First Amendment Helps Protect Your Second Amendment Rights: New at Reason
Can a gun be protected by our rights to free speech? According to a recent settlement by the Department of Justice, when the gun is a schematic written in computer code, it can.
Hundreds of gun-rights advocates expected at Second Amendment rally in Hillsborough
Gun-rights advocates plan to rally Saturday in Hillsborough to celebrate the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Greenfield gun store to host firearm-safety class for kids
A group of Greenfield moms has partnered with a local store that sells firearms and supplies with the hopes of educating local children about firearm safety.
Starting August 1, you can 3D print a gun
Last week, the Department of Justice made it legal to produce guns with a 3D printer in a settlement with gun-printing startup Defense Distributed.
Schools Can Now Get Facial Recognition Tech For Free, Should They?
Like many parents in the United States, Rob Glaser has been thinking a lot lately about how to keep his kids from getting shot in school.
MIT dropout developing smart gun only its owner can fire
Kai Kloepfer has a box he really wants to open. Inside, he hopes, is a device that will save countless lives.
Teen's robbery attempt thwarted by homeowner with gun
A 17-year-old faces charges in Cass County after threatening a homeowner with a gun, officials say.
Gun group lays down $10K challenge to gun show protesters
Arguing all sales at a long time gun show are legal, a Second Amendment group issued a challenge for their opponents to prove otherwise — backed up with a $10,000 pledge.
The Glock 21: The Best Gun for the Army, Home Defense and Hunting?
The Glock 21 is a bridge between new and old, mating a powerful old favorite round with modern handgun technology.
How Entertainment Shows Have Become Vehicles for Gun Control Propaganda
All of the major television networks use their primetime entertainment shows to push a pro-gun control agenda. Liberal television executives apparently think that they have the power to change Americans’ attitudes.

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