Vedder Holsters Daily Digest: A ‘Successful’ Buyback, Guilty Until Proven Otherwise in New York and an Alert in Huntington

Everything sells at a (government subsidized) price . . . More than 2,000 guns turned in at Camden buyback A gun buyback effort in Camden Friday and Saturday, the first since 2012, brought in more than 2,000 guns, and paid the owners of those weapons a total of $222,000.  … Gun owners were given $200 […]

Gear Review: DI Optical RV2 Red Dot Optic

Reader Brian P. writes: Who — or what — is DIO? It’s the US arm of Dong In Optical (hold the jokes, please), a Korean manufacturer of optical aiming accessories for the military, law enforcement and civilian markets. If you haven’t heard of the company, you’re hardly alone. But given the quality and affordability of their […]

FN America Announces Two New California-Compliant Rifles

As egregious as California’s civil rights infringing gun laws are, it’s home to over 39 million people, which still translates to millions of actual and potential gun owners. That’s a market that’s hard to ignore. And apparently lucrative enough to justify the design and marketing costs of producing Cali-specific models. Hence FN’s announcement today that […]

New From Elftmann Tactical: ELF-SE Trigger

Jeremy absolutely loves ELF triggers — check out his world famous AR drop-in trigger roundup to see why — but at $259 and up the cost of entry is high. Looking to expand their reach, Elftmann has just released its new ELF-SE trigger at a much lower MSRP of $169. By simplifying the aesthetics of the trigger […]

Quote of the Day: So Much For Those Hysterical Arguments Against the Hearing Protection Act

“(D)espite their relative proliferation, few crimes are committed with (suppressors). BATFE says in the past 10 years it has prosecuted around 44 cases a year, with only six of the cases being committed by people with prior felony convictions. Noting the lack of criminality associated with silencers, the law-enforcement agency said ‘they should not be […]

Vedder Holsters Daily Digest: Choking Off Choke Point, Misplaced Deference and a Civilized Second Amendment Right

Undoing the damage of the last eight years . . . FDIC Ordered to Turn Over Documents in Operation Choke Point Lawsuit The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was ordered to turn over documents related to Operation Choke Point late last week. District Court Judge Gladys Kessler told the government agency it had to begin […]