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Demonstrators stand on the capitol grounds ahead of a pro gun rally, Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ NRA membership hasn’t grown in eight years. In 2020, it mustered only about half of what it spent in 2016 to elect Donald Trump. LeakedRead More →

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Courtesy NSSF From the NSSF . . . The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearm industry trade association, surveyed firearm retailers recently and estimates that over 3.2 million people purchased a firearm for the first time during the first half of 2021. The survey was conducted to learn the buyingRead More →

Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Courtesy NSSF July’s adjusted background check total of 1.3 million was up slightly from June and represented the second highest total for the month in history (set, of course, in July of 2020). From the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Mark Oliva . . . There wereRead More →

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(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) By Brett Cooper The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has published a notice outlining their plans to update regulations on stabilizing braces. Originally developed to help those with disabilities shoot comfortably, stabilizing braces have become a popular firearm accessory used to legally adapt AR-styleRead More →

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How a gun-happy nation spends its #FourthofJuly weekend pic.twitter.com/VZBeGIQ9XO — China Xinhua News (@XHNews) July 6, 2021 America is just emerging from its annual celebration of that time 245 years ago when a bunch of ratty-ass citizen soldiers, using their own military grade weaponry, took on and defeated the world’sRead More →

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Police officers investigate the scene of an early afternoon shooting in Olde Town Arvada on Monday, June 21, 2021 in Arvada, Colo. (Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via AP) [T]he optimal number of times for [incidents like the Arvada armed civilian shooting] to happen is zero. Sometimes you hear theseRead More →

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Oh look! Another monster gun sales month. Who could have possibly seen that coming? It’s almost as if nominating the most anti-gun individual in history to run the federal government’s firearms regulator has a measurable effect on Americans’ desire to buy the guns they want while they still can. WhileRead More →

A MK22 with Leupold Optic (US Army) The US Army has confirmed its procurement of Barrett Firearms Manufacturing Inc.’s MK22 Multi-role Adaptive Design (MRAD) rifle as the Precision Sniper Rifle. The $50 million five year contract will see just short of 3,000 MRADs procured. It has not been specified which calibre will beRead More →