The Greatest Cold War Era Rifle You’ve Never Heard Of: The South Korean Daewoo K2

Starting the late 1960’s then-president of South Korea Park Chung-hee strongly believed in an independent arms industry for national self-reliance. At the time, the South Korean armed forces were using either American-made weapons purchased directly from the US or given to the ROK via various foreign programs. The ROK also licensed production from American companies […]

Marion Hammer: NRA Never Wanted Legal Machine Guns, Bump Fire Stocks

Marion Hammer is the president of the United Sportsmen of Florida. She’s also a past president of the National Rifle Association and currently an NRA Lobbyist. She sent the following letter Monday: DATE:   October 9, 2017 TO:       My Fellow Board & Council Members & Friends FROM:  Marion Hammer, NRA past president RE:       Misinformation and Distortion Anger […]

Erin Smith: Gun Hero of the Day

The Second Amendment and those who exercise it are just like the country itself. E Pluribus Unum – Out of many, One. Americans who fight for, preserve, and defend freedom come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Today, I have the pleasure of introducing a fellow fighter for freedom. A fellow gun owner and proud […]

Florida GOP Governor Candidate: I Support Campus Carry, Open Carry

According to both WCTV news and WTXL news in Tallahassee, Florida, the leading Republican contender for governor, Adam Putnam, says he supports carrying guns on college campuses as well as open carry. Putnam is currently the Florida Agriculture Commissioner, heading the agency that issues Florida’s concealed carry weapon permits. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Tuesday that […]

Smith & Wesson 9mm Compacts: The GLOCK 19 Before the GLOCK 19

Believe it or not, there was actually a time when the GLOCK 19 didn’t exist and the masses were craving a compact, high capacity quality-made pistol. The options back then were pretty limited. This was the 1970s we’re talking about here. You could carry concealable pistols like the Walther PPK/S or maybe a Beretta M1934. […]

Australian National Gun Amnesty 2.0: The Definition of Insanity?

The BBC World News Service reports that Australia’s launching another National Gun Amnesty. Normally, an Aussie convicted of owning an unregistered or otherwise illegal firearm faces a $212,730 fine and up to 14 years in prison. On July 1st, they can turn in their illegal firearms without fear of prosecution. Australian Justice Minister Michael Keenan justified the […]