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Giving Thanks this Thanksgiving: Family, Freedom, the Second Amendment and Hunting

We have much to give thanks for today, particularly the Second Amendment.

Even in New York City

The Second Amendment is, and has always been, a constitutional right New Yorkers also need.

Why a Revolver is Still Worth Considering for Home Defense

Revolvers have their place in the gun world; many folks prefer them for their simplicity and feel. Every gun owner should have at least one in his or her collection.

Ruger LCRx

Those of a certain age, and those in the know, are aware that snub-nosed revolvers have been, and remain, viable daily carry firearms. The Ruger LCRx is one of the newest.

Colt’s Redesigned Handguns Make for a Better Shooting Experience

Colt has been changing their handgun offerings in small but significant ways.

State-of-the-Art French Police SWAT-like Units Prefer MR73 Revolvers

The GIGN today is among the world’s most elite counter-terrorist police and has a special affinity for its traditional French revolver.

Chiappa Rhino 200DS .357 Magnum Snub Nose Reviewed

This 10-year-old gun represents the future of concealed-carry revolvers now.

Carry Life | Home Carry: The Carbine Reconsidered

With modest caveats, a carbine deserves consideration as “the” house gun.

Anti-Gun Comedians: Lies Haven’t Worked So They’re Trying Wisecracks

Frank Miniter explores how leftist comedians are trying to mock our right to keep and bear arms out of existence.

New Study Shows How Gun Control Has Not Slowed Violence in Mexico

AWR Hawkins looks at how Mexico, where gun laws read like a wish list for American gun-ban advocates, is second in the world when it comes to “armed conflict.”

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