If you’ve ever wanted to suppress your shotgun, your day has finally arrived.
You might have heard the news last week that the Obama administration issued sanctions against Russian companies, including Kalashnikov Concern, the arms manufacturing company that makes AK-47s. Effectively, these sanctions have banned the import of Russian made AK’s.
2 Vets Arms launched their version of the AR-10 yesterday, the 2VA 308 Special Purpose Rifle. I’m really excited about this one, and if you’re in the market for an AR-10, you should be too.
Queue the caliber debates… The U.S. Army is moving forward to replace the Cold War-era M9 9mm pistol with a more powerful handgun that also meets the needs of the other services.
Our friends at Northwest Armory are having an Independence Day sale, and it’s a good one. From now through Sunday July 6, they are having a buy one, get one free sale on select firearms.
Elzetta has released the Alpha, a lightweight, 315 lumen 1-Cell light made for every day carry (EDC) and weapon-mounting. And by lightweight, I mean about 3.5 ounces.
556 Tactical has introduced a new Keymod rail system called the Stryke Keymod Rail, or SKR.
This is a pretty sweet deal from our friends over at 2 Vets Arms – from now until July 31 (or until 2VA runs out), purchase a rifle from the 2VA website and you get an LBT/2VA Covert Rifle bag for free (a $325 value).
Former Secretary of State and potential Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke about gun control in her CNN propaganda event town hall interview last night, and she was very clear: she wants “universal” background checks, a ban on “assault” weapons and “high capacity” magazines.
Bad news: it appears that purchasing a gun as a gift for someone else (like a Father’s Day present) may now be considered an illegal “straw” purchase.