More than 70 percent of voters disagree with a position one presidential candidate has made a centerpiece of her campaign. Like that candidate, others running for federal office have chosen to run against and misrepresent this decade-old law that prevents crime victims from suing firearm manufacturers and retailers who have not broken any laws.
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With the introduction of the DB15, Diamondback proved there is one rifle that will fill all your needs—at a very affordable price.
Hillary Clinton just sits, nodding in approval as one of her supporters claims that gun and ammunition manufacturers “are making terrorists out of our citizens.” Click the video link below to watch the Democrat Presidential candidate’s reaction to an unbelievable smear of gun builders and gun consumers.
If you like traditional hunting or simply enjoy firing a mild big bore cartridge, the .45-70 H and R combination is for you.
Joshua Koskoff, a lawyer for the Newtown victims’ families, argued there is an exception in the federal law that allows litigation against companies that know, or should know, that their weapons are likely to be used in a way that risks injury to others. What does the judge’s ruling mean for the Second Amendment and the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act?
Several Shooter’s Log customers have asked for explanations of minute of angle and the measurement term “milliradian” (mil) and how to use a mil-dot scope to measure the distance to your target at the range and in the field. In the accompanying two videos, the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Ryan Cleckner explains both concepts and how to put them to best use.
Just the name, Arex Rex, conjures images of something prehistoric and capable of stomping you between its toes just to be more merciful than swallowing you whole. However, the new Arex Rex Zero 1 is anything but prehistoric. That being said, if it looks a bit familiar to you, you are not alone.
SCCY industries previously offered a “No Questions Asked’ warranty, which was certainly worthy of praise from the gun community. However, it seems it comes with its downside too, and a few bad actors have caused SCCY to modify its policy to protect the rest of us. This is a case of a corporate responsibility over profits and we should all be applauding SCCY’s decision.
When outside factors limit the shooters’ ability to control a heavier caliber, determination and marksmanship might carry the day. Self defense demands all the power the shooter can handle. However, that does not mean you have to be over-gunned.