Sage Dynamics today announced the SD-1 carbine made by Primary Weapon Systems.
Our friends at Texas Custom Guns have donated a pretty awesome rifle for the 556 Tactical Wishes for Warriors Raffle.
Billy Johnson from Amidst The Noise fame (you know, the guy who blew up the internet with the Choose Your Own Crime Stats video) launched a Kickstarter project today called Protecting Liberty. Here’s why you need to get on board.
The Glock 43 is unofficially officially here (Glock can’t be pleased with all the leaks prior to tomorrow’s live launch event) and it is indeed a single-stack 9mm with a 6+1 capacity. In the video below, Massad Ayoob takes you through all of the features Glock’s newest pistol, which is sure to be a winner […]
The internet is awash with rumors regarding Glock’s new pistol, allegedly named the Glock 43. Most speculation is that the Glock 43 will be the long-awaited single-stack 9mm to compete with the very popular Smith & Wesson Shield.
ATF Director B. Todd Jones spoke in a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing today, and confirmed exactly what I said when the M855 party started: the ATF is not just concerned about M855, but all 5.56 ammunition.
To those of you who said that contacting the ATF and your representative about the proposed ban on M855 wouldn’t work, this one’s for you. The ATF announced today that “will not at this time seek to issue a final framework” on “armor piercing” ammunition.
Update 3/10/2015: The ATF announced that it will not move forward with a ban on M855 at this time. The M855 saga continues with what appears to be a play right out of the Communist playbook. Townhall is reporting that the M855 round has already been banned in the new ATF regulation guide:
Glock teased us today by releasing the following image on their Facebook page. It appears that Glock will be releasing or announcing a new pistol at the upcoming NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN. Let the speculation begin.
The ATF recently decided it has the authority to reclassify M855 5.56 round as “armor piercing” and therefore ban its sale to the civilian market. Of course, this has “nothing to do with gun control” and is instead an effort to “protect the lives and safety of law enforcement officers from the threat posed by […]