If six states — Montana, West Virginia, South Dakota, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Alaska — vote out Senate Democrats, gun rights are probably safe for a couple of years.
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Some media outlets and politicians are asserting that fewer gun sales in 2014 means that gun-rights voters won’t turn out on Nov. 4. But is there a simpler answer?
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U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked program attorneys about the legal problems of taking concealed carry firearms into the parking lots of companies that make explosive, poisonous, or hazardous materials.
Julia’s is a leading auction house for valuable high-end guns. It has also been distinguished by handling the greatest number of important, old time collections. This sale is certainly true to form and will once again feature an extraordinary array of guns from numerous collections including rare Class III weapons.
Readers who visit The Shooter’s Log show a lot of interest in handgun, shotgun, and rifle stories — and in some cases, they are moved to write in. Here are our top 10 most-commented posts about guns and threats to gun ownership in the past two years.
California recently released its latest list of handguns that are no longer certified for sale within the state. Did your gun make the list?
How is a “theft” different from a “burglary” under the law? It is wise to know the difference because the rules of using deadly force can change depending on the circumstances. Check out this article to make sure you have a clear understanding.