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World War II Military Surplus 1911’s Coming To Store Shelves?

Congress will allow the transfer of old U.S. Army pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program as a part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act. The 2016 NDAA allowed the release of 10,000 M1911 .45...

Brownells Launches Retro AR-15 Furniture Set And It Looks Awesome

Brownells announced the launch of a new set of furniture for AR-15 rifles, designed for owners looking to emulate the style of retro rifles made back in the early years of the AR-15. "Customers have a...

Suppressor-Friendly SHARE Act Passes Committee, now headed to the House

The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) commends the House Committee on Natural Resources for markup and passage of H.R. 3668, the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act. Under the successful...

Thugs Attempt Drive-By Shooting, Owner Used His Trusty AR-15

HOUSTON (KTRK)  -- Two people are dead and one is in the hospital after a homeowner armed with an AR-15 fired back during a shooting in North Houston. Investigators say early Saturday morning a suspect...

Thieves stole 65 guns while “the most armed man in America” was out eating...

Four thieves smashed their way into the Dragonman gun store and shooting range in Colorado Springs and stole 65 guns, and the shop’s owner said Monday they’re lucky he wasn’t there at the time. “There’s...

The Government May Soon Be Shipping 86,000 World War 2 Rifles to Homes Across...

The Philippines could be sending 86,000 M1 Garand rifles to the US which will be made available to the US public through the CMP  (Civilian Marksmanship Program). Most of the rifles were made before...