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Americans Have Always Owned New Gun Designs

In the 1980s, gun prohibitionists almost accomplished a national ban on then-new polymer-frame pistols, such as Glocks, with the bogus claim that “plastic guns” are invisible to metal detectors.

Ruger Mini Thirty: A Nod Back

The early 1970s were a different time. While the new .223 Remington cartridge was gaining ground, Bill Ruger had no interest in making a rifle that was a clone of—or anything like—the AR-15.

The Long March to Restore the Second Amendment in New York

“I grew up at a time when people were not afraid of people with firearms. I used to travel on the subway from Queens to Manhattan with a rifle. Could you imagine doing that today in New York City?” So recalled U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia about his days as a schoolboy on a rifle team.

Trigger Finger Discipline

Keeping your finger off the trigger doesn’t excuse the breaking of other rules.

The Rifle That Dropped Jaws

In 1975, the film “Jaws” electrified audiences across the country.

M1 Garands, M1911s Available Soon for Sale

Army reclaims 100,000 rifles that had been loaned to foreign countries and earmarks 8,000 pistols for sale through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.

ATF Associate Deputy Director: Time To Reconsider Regulations On Suppressors, “Assault Weapons”

Does a “white paper” by a high-ranking ATF executive calling for less regulations on suppressors, semi-autos and imported firearms mean things are changing within the agency?

Libertarian V.P. Candidate Bill Weld: Taking The Liberty Out Of Libertarian

Libertarian VP candidate Bill Weld displays utter lack of firearm knowledge.

NRA Test Garand

Rifles like this M1 Garand were provided to NRA for testing purposes during WWII.

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