Avoid Getting Shot, Come to Australia!

“In Australia, it took one mass shooting in Port Arthur in 1996, where 35 people were killed, for the country to do something concrete about gun reform. The government adopted tighter gun control, banned semiautomatic weapons and started a mandatory gun buyback program. “The United States, meanwhile, has an average of nine mass shootings every […]

Light Summer Carry

Jeff from Rhode Island writes: “I tried to keep it light in the summertime but still carry enough Firepower to protect my family. Obviously having a knife is a must the Spyderco tenacious is a really great Everyday Use knife. I keep my music on my gear fit for when I go running. And I […]

Who Would Want to Build Their Own Gun?

“I don’t know anybody in their right mind or otherwise who would build a gun. If it’s not done correctly, it won’t work. It’s not something that is going to be on the DIY Network.” – Texas State Rifle Association legislative director Alice Tripp in Despite ruling on 3-D-printed guns, it remains legal to make your own […]

Walther’s New CCP M2 9mm Concealed Carry Pistol

Jeremy reviewed the original CCP back in 2015 and only had one real problem with it: the takedown process. For some reason, this excellent concealed carry pistol required a tool to take the gun down for cleaning. Well, Walther’s been listening to the market and their newly redesigned CCP M2 can be taken down using only […]

Gun Controllers, Politicians and Judges Think They Can Stop the Free Flow of Information. They’re Wrong.

As we reported earlier, a federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order preventing Cody Wilson’s Defense Distributed from making their CAD files for 3D-printed firearms public. As National Review’s David French correctly notes, Let’s be clear about what has just happened. A federal court has issued a prior restraint on speech (it’s attempting to […]