Eroding Freedom In Connecticut
How Connecticut's gun owners and gun makers are getting run down.
First Generation Colt: Greatest Generation Story
Staff Sgt. Donald Williams' .44-cal. six-gun still bears his name and the faint inscription “Stalag 17-b” on the backstrap as a reminder of his journey of survival.
Eat Work Sleep Shoot
When Colorado Springs police officer Craig Calkins goes off duty, he picks up his other job: being a world champion 3-gun competitor.
The Dance Of Texas
These Dance revolvers were important enough to the state of Texas that the governor exempted factory personnel from military service.
Jim Crow and the Racist Roots of Gun Control
In one important part of American life, Jim Crow continues to thrive—the legal foundation of restrictive and oppressive gun control that was built by Jim Crow. The Jim Crow cases continue to hobble the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
Should Bushmaster Pay For Newtown?
A lawsuit targeting America’s most popular rifle type is designed to bankrupt law-abiding firearm manufacturers Does it have a chance of success?
And You Thought The Wall Street Journal Knew Data
On April 15, The Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog repeated previously published data claiming to show a decline in the number of American households with guns.
Green Means “Go” To Ban All Ammo
The Obama administration has backed off its proposal to ban a common rifle ammunition. But its words—“at this time”—leave little doubt that the plan is still alive and well.
Don’t Think The BATFE Will Stop At Green
The green-tip ammo fiasco is only the latest episode in the BATFE’s decades-long, capricious regime of convoluted firearm regulations ... one that can only be ended by electing a pro-Second Amendment president in 2016.
At the C.O.R.E. With Smith & Wesson
A striker-fired pistol for those who think they hate striker-fired pistols. And that optics business is “off the charts,” too!