Hellfire Gen2: Mini-Bump Fire Stock Without the Stock

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In an earlier post, a former ATF agent brought our attention to the $60 Hellfire Gen2 “trigger assist.” We reckon the mini-bump fire stock — without the stock — deserves…

TTAG Demonstrates Bump Fire, Full Auto Rifles for CBS National News

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Given this week’s events and the fact that Las Vegas murderer Stephen Paddock apparently used at least one bump fire-equipped rifle during his Mandalay Bay killing spree, the mainstream media…

Gun Review: Czech UK Vz.59 Machine Gun

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The Czechs are pretty well known for their firearms designs. With the CZ-75 as the poster child for their firearms industry; it’s pretty safe to say they know what they’re…

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I Stand Corrected.

  One of the coolest things about having the opportunity to write for TTAG is that I have a chance to learn a lot. Since I began writing for our…

The headline pretty much says it all.

What’s All The Fuss About Dept: The MAC-10

I don’t get it. It shoots the .45ACP. Just like the 1911 and the Tommy Gun. It’s small, which is nice. But I just don’t get the attraction. Can somebody enlighten me?

I don’t get it. It shoots the .45ACP. Just like the 1911 and the Tommy Gun. It’s small, which is nice. But I just don’t get the attraction. Can somebody…

The unintentionally ironically named FayOberserver.com shares the mainstream media’s belief that the Tea Party movement and gun nuts make for regular bedfellows. And they want you to know it (as in see it their way). So when Republican North Carolina congressional candidate Tim D’Annunzio held a fundraiser at a gun rental range, the paper made editorial hay while the proverbial sun shined. “By adding $25 to D’Annunzio’s campaign kitty, supporters got the opportunity to fire an Uzi or an MP-5 submachine gun. “I was so good the first time,” said 56-year-old Victoria Schott of Charlotte, “I’m going to do it again.” In keeping with the traditional political fundraiser, supporters could also help themselves to a plate of fresh-cooked pork barbecue with all the trimmings.” Pork politics, geddit? Needless to say, the gun pun-heavy article ends with a quote from someone who thinks that gun ownership equals delusional fanaticism. “Not everyone was happy with this bullets for bucks benefit. Three members representing Fayetteville Peace With Justice dropped by and had a bite to eat. Afterward, the group’s spokeswoman, Wendy Michener, shot from the hip: “It says more about us than it does about him (D’Annunzio). … There’s a good part of this country that would think this would be a really good idea.”

NC Congressional Candidate Holds “Machine Gun Social”

The unintentionally ironically named FayOberserver.com shares the mainstream media’s belief that the Tea Party movement and gun nuts make for regular bedfellows. And they want you to know it (as…