Federal Ammunition Celebrates 100-Year Anniversary
Federal Ammunition celebrates its 100-year anniversary today, having opened its doors as a fledgling factory in Anoka, Minn., a century ago.
Biden Finds Yet Another Excuse to Punish American Gun Owners
Desperately needing to distract from his most-recent blunder, Biden comes after American gun owners yet again.
Should Gun Owners Have To Pay A “Sin Tax”?
California legislators are looking for a new way to stifle your right to keep and bear arms.
Ammo Serialization Comes Up Again
A de facto ban on ammunition would effectively kill our ability to exercise our Second Amendment rights.
If You Think the Ammo Shortage is Bad, Consider This
If you think the shortage is bad now, just imagine if these politicians got one more thing they want.
A Right Delayed: Why We Can’t Give Government Discretion Over our Rights
In 2020, as concerns over COVID-19 and violent unrest gripped the nation, Americans demonstrated unprecedented support for their right to keep and bear arms. The FBI conducted a record-setting 39.6 million National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) checks in 2020.
Federal’s Personal Defense Trio
Recent product introductions from Federal Ammunition offer armed citizens tailored options for personal defense.
The Reprieve was Short for California’s Gun Owners
Soon after a U.S. District Judge stopped enforcement of California’s ammunition background check system, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay.
A Big Second Amendment Win in California
A U.S. District Judge has stopped enforcement of California’s law requiring citizens to undergo background checks when purchasing ammunition.
Bad Governance: Background Check Fee Shows Even California DOJ Can’t Decipher State Gun Laws
When a state’s lawmakers and government officials can’t even decipher the maze of gun laws they have created, it’s probably a good sign that there’s too much gun control on the books.