Gun Review: Savage B22 FV-SR .22LR Rifle

The futuristic lines of the Savage B22 FV-SR .22 LR rifle weren’t enough to put one on the set of Valerian or Blade Runner 2049. But the updated bolt gun’s certainly more modern-looking than my three venerable Ruger 10/22s. What intrigued me most about the Savage B22 FV-SR: it includes Savage’s Accutrigger. Is that much-touted bangswitch is all […]

Obscure Object Of Desire: Engraved Mauser C-96

I recently found myself in Fredericksburg, Texas (a short drive from TTAG’s secret above ground bunker). I remembered a Jon Wayne Taylor article on a gun store in “Fritztown”: Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter. I decided to test my girlfriend’s patience and stop in. I’m glad I did . . . Texas Jack has an engraved pre-war […]

SHUSH Bill Introduced in Senate Would De-Regulate Silencers

Senators Mike Lee (above) and Mike Crapo (below) have introduced the Silencers Help Us Save Hearing or SHUSH bill in the World’s Greatest Deliberative Body. If enacted, SHUSH would go a step further than current version of the Hearing Protection Act that’s being considered by classifying suppressors as firearms accessories. Here’s Senator Lee’s press release: […]

Silencer Shop Makes ATF Form 1 Easier

The Silencer Shop had made filing an ATF Form 1 for your short barrel rifle/shotgun or silencer easier. For $34.95 plus the $200 Tax Stamp, The Silencer Shop will take care of the necessary paperwork to file a Form 1 with the ATF. According to Nick, NFA processing times are probably going to be declining […]

Gun Review: GSG MP40 9mm

A phone call from my FFL woke me up. “Your special order just came in, it’s a German Sport Guns MP40 in 9mm.” He sounded a bit confused. I rushed down to my LGS to start the 4473. The salesman dragged out a large cardboard box. It was unusually heavy. Much to my surprise, we […]

Gear Review: LaRue Tactical MBT Trigger

When I became a regular shooter I became a trigger snob. Most of my trigger time was spent behind a Remington 700 in 17 fireball (the first and only wildcat I have owned), a well broken-in M14 and a Kimber Custom Grand Raptor. I’d shot plenty of other guns, but not regularly enough to have […]

New From Ruger: SP101 Match Champion .357 Revolver

Ruger has announced a new addition to their family of impressive revolvers. Their new SP101 Match Champion is chambered in .357 Magnum has polished and optimized internals and a 4.2-inch barrel with an 11 degree target crown. These beauties have an MSRP of $859 and we can’t wait to get our hands on one. Stay tuned. […]

Sig P320 80% Frame Update From ghostguns.com

When ghostguns.com teased us with an announcement of an upcoming 80% frame insert for the SIG P320 we had a few questions. So we reached out to the good people at ghostguns.com and they were kind enough to provide some answers…which led to even more questions. From ghostguns.com: We don’t have a release date or price […]

New from Primary Arms, Advanced 30mm Red Dot

Primary Arms makes some pretty good optics for the money. And their lineup now includes a 30mm red dot. The new Advanced Red Dot has some great features and a lifetime warranty. MSRP is a reasonable $129.99 and mounts run $14.99 when purchased with the optic. From Primary Arms: Our full size 30mm red dot […]

SHARE (Silencer) Act Hearing Cancelled After Congressional Baseball Practice Shooting

The House Committee on Natural Resources has cancelled the legislative hearing on the “Sportsmen Heritage and Recreational Enhancement act.” The bill contained a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act removing regulation from silencers/suppressors. Rep. Jack Bergman, a member of the Committee, was at the GOP baseball practice this morning that came under attack. No […]

BREAKING: Hearing Protection Act Provisions Added to Larger Natural Resources Bill, Hearing Tomorrow

One of the two main priorities for gun rights advocates (along with national concealed carry reciprocity) under the Trump administration has been passage of the Hearing Protection Act; removing suppressors from National Firearms Act regulation, delays and fees. The HPA seemed to be the easier bill to pass, low-hanging legislative fruit as it were. But it’s […]

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