Armed People and the Preservation of Freedom

By Miguel A. Faria, Jr., M.D. In debunking the myth that “guns increase violent crime,” Richard Poe, the former editor of FrontPage Magazine, has rebutted the false assumption that America is more violent than other nations, again emphasizing that more people during the twentieth century were killed in other countries by their own governments than […]

AK Fever: Century Arms C39V2 Zhukov

By Troy The first Kalashnikov clone I shot was an imported, Chinese MAK-90 which belonged to a friend. I was shocked by the low recoil and by how accurate I was with it. I came down with the “AK fever.” Unfortunately for me, this is not about now I acquired my friend’s MAK-90. The AK-47 […]

Ninth Circuit Upholds Injunction Against California ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Ban

In late June, a US District Court judge issued a preliminary injunction blocking a ban on possession of magazines holding more than ten rounds of ammunition in California. The ban was passed as part of Proposition 63 which also instituted background checks for ammunition purchases. The “high capacity” magazine ban would have outlawed untold millions of […]