NRA Sends YETI Tumbling With Record-Clarifying Statement

I’ll be the first to admit that after reading Marion Hammer’s memo regarding YETI Coolers last weekend, I was concerned with how this information was being shared with NRA members. The email, also published on the NRA-ILA website, stated (in part): “For years YETI Coolers have been a hot item for sportsmen at the Friends of […]

Concealed Carry: “It’s My Right!”

Unless you were already treading down the career path of Anglo-American jurisprudence, you probably didn’t give much thought to American law beyond speed limits, drinking ages, and (perhaps) age of consent for romantic entanglements. But once you strap on a hunk of iron and get through the preliminaries of how to use it, your thoughts […]

Double Trouble: More Superposed Charges

Earlier this month, I wrote a piece about turning single-shot, percussion muzzleloaders into primitive “repeaters” through the concept of superposed charges. The arm shown in that article featured a percussion ignition system that had been modified after it was originally created. It’s important to note that superposed charges were not only a means of modification. […]

I Am The NRA (And You Should Be, Too)

Yesterday I slid my renewed NRA membership card into my wallet. As the red-white-and-blue rectangle of plastic snugged up against my NSSF press card and ragged old Hunter’s Education card, it hit me: 15+ years of membership, and only now am I forced to defend my decision to support the NRA. Over 15 years and […]

Gun Review: TriStar C-100 9mm Pistol

By: Austin Knudsen I return with another entry in my never-ending quest to find quality, affordable defensive handguns. My latest contender: the Tristar C-100, chambered in 9mm. The C-100 is manufactured by Canik and imported into the U.S. by Tristar. Canik guns have made quite a splash in the U.S. handgun market in recent years […]

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