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Suicide is a horrible thing. For someone to be in so much internal agony that they believe the only way to solve their suffering, as well as the suffering of others, is by removing themselves from the world is a heart-wrenching thing to deal with. And while suicide is terrible, the simple truth is there is no way to legislate suicide prevention. That’s because the thoughts that lead to suicide can easily be hidden, and suicide can be accomplished by almost any device. Yes, guns are used in a fair number of suicides, but they aren’t the only instrument capable of taking a life. But that’s not stopping California, the land of fruit loops and snowflakes from proposing a law that’ll supposedly help reduce suicides while also creating a dangerous backdoor for gun seizures. Here’s how this new law would work. If a person was deemed to be suicidal, they’d…

Everybody and their gun-carrying mom is at Shot Show in Vegas right now. In the past few years, Shot SHow has exploded in popularity due much in part to the proliferation of social media channels that get companies more exposure than they were ever able to get with limited ad budgets a few years ago. Watching Shot Show on social media is the perfect way of create a dream list of future guns to own. And hey, if you’ve got a few hundred bucks laying around for a new gun this year then you’ll want to check out these 3 concealed carry pistols that made their debut at Shot Show this year. Springfield Armory 911 Plenty of people will tell you that if you’re going to carry then you’ve got to carry big ole’ rounds because “stopping power.” Look, they might mean well and good by saying that, but the…

Show Show, the industry’s biggest tradeshow, is taking place right now in Vegas. Chances are you’r enot there, so rather than buy a ticket to Vegsas, we’re giving you a photo and video dump so you can see what’s going on without having to go there https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uf3euyvfmI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uf3euyvfmI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVoBtauSuAw

The Supreme Court has a knack for complicating things which really aren’t that complicated. When it comes matters regarding the second amendment, this is especially true. Without having to go too deep into what the framers of the constitution meant when they said that our right to bear arms shall not be infringed, we’ll just recap how they might have interpreted not infringed when they wrote the Declaration of Independence. In 1776, when the document was signed, guns did not roll off assembly lines like they do today. Many of the pioneering colonials bought guns from people in their town who made the guns in their shops. Some skilled and accomplished colonials even made their guns themselves. The fact was at that time, sometimes there was no exchange of firearms as a person might make a gun all own on their own. And this was a right that was not…

There are a lot, I mean a lot, of self-defense cartridges that you could buy. And even though that’s true, Remington’s recent release of their “Black Belt” ammo is still being received with great excitement. For years now Remington has teased the firearms community with the release of this round. They didn’t keep it from gun owners on purpose, but after the announced the decision to manufacture the ammunition it didn’t get pushed to market. But now, the Golden Saber Black Belt ammo is ready to be sold to the public, and anyone who owns a gun in the most popular calibers (9mm Luger, 9mm Luger +P, .40 S&W and .45 ACP) will get to enjoy the ammo. What’s so great about the Golden Saber Black Belt, what makes it better than others? Well, “better than others is subjective.” If you’re ever forced to use a defensive round and it…

Yes, the Second Amendment was drafted to protect your right to carry a gun…any gun, as you see fit. Sadly in the last 240 years, crooked politiicans have figured out ways to undermind the authority of this sacred text and strip you of your rights to legall protect yoruself. Worse is that the  men and women in blue are forced to do the job of enforcing these unjust laws. In the process, they’re often compelled to legally take your gun from you. Of course, it’s not always just because it’s their job…many times police take guns from you because they can…and because it makes them feel safer too. That shouldn’t mean they get to trample over your second amendment rights, yet sadly, that does happen. So, if you want to make sure a cop never takes your gun from you, make sure you realize how they can take them from…

It happened. After months of speculation, bump stocks have been banned. The surprising thing is who finally pulled the trigger. Yes, the Democrats were the ones who led the charge to get bump stocks banned…but it was a GOP governor who finally laid down the law so to speak and got these items on the blacklist. That governor is none other than Chris Christie of New Jersey. Forgive us for not being surprised. No one in NJ is shocked that the governor of their state would put gun owner’s rights second to political expediency, though. What’s really amusing is critics say his stamp of approval on the ban wasn’t even needed, as efforts underway would have likely succeeded without him. Which makes the signature an even bigger slap in the face . Christie’s decision to support the bump stock ban bill S-3477/A-5200 had already passed the state legislature by a…

Sig Sauer earned the ire of many gun enthusiasts this past year when they secured the Army’s request for a new MHS pistol system. A lot of people don’t like a German company supplying the U.S. military with weapons…others just don’t like Sig Sauer’s weapon lineup. Who knows the exact reason so many people don’t like Sig, but the truth of the matter is more than trying to make some money, Sig really does want to make the U.S. military better. Or at least it’d appear that way based on what they’re doing to win approval from vets. In a recent salute to service, Sig announced they’d be releasing a new gun called P938 Stand. A 9mm micro-compact, the P938 is custom made to show veterans as well as first responders how much they’re appreciated. On the side of the slide is an engraved American flag and the words Stand.…

If you’ve got an Ar-15, then you know your gun is infinitely modifiable. Well, maybe not infinitely, but pretty close to it. If there’s a part on there that you don’t like then you can switch it out. One of the easiest pieces to change out (i.e. it doesn’t require major gunsmithing, or specialized tools) are the triggers. The entire trigger assembly in an Ar-15 can be removed and then a “drop-in” trigger can be placed inside. This drop-in trigger assembly contains all the pieces of a trigger in one housing so it makes setting up a new trigger insanely easier than building one from separate components. The components included inside are the sear, springs, hammer, disconnector, and the external trigger is also built right in. The obvious advantage to this systems is that they’re built to exact specifications, so their performance is known, and, you don’t have to waste…

Leave it to the unhinged liberal left to take up a protest against the maker of a gun manufacturer to protest one of their weapons. Do you see straight people protesting Home Depot because their trucks plowed through a bunch of New Yorkers? No, of course not… But hey, that’s not stopping Gays Against Guns — an LGTBQueer gun control group founded in the aftermath of the Orlando shooting — from protesting Ruger for making the AR-556, the same rifle used in the Sutherlands Springs shooting. Odd they’re protesting the shooting of a church, because don’t most gays hate Christians anyways, or at least want them to bake them a cake no ifs, ands, or buts? Alas, cognitive dissonance is strong with snowflakes. Natalie James, an activist affiliated with Gays Against Guns said that it’s all Ruger’s fault that there was a shooting in Texas that fateful morning. “Sturm, Ruger…