Basic Ballistics: 5.56 NATO vs. 300 Blackout

By Matt Sandy Yes, another 300 AAC Blackout vs. 5.56 NATO article. However, in this one, I’ll compare the two specifically by looking at their ballistics. Ballistics is a broad term that actually covers three subsections: Internal ballistics, external ballistics. Let’s look at all three. The American-made 300 Blackout was Advanced Armament Corporation’s solution to […]

Man Who Bought Rifles in Straw Purchase for San Bernardino Terrorists Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

While there are still probably members of the media who are confounded by the motivation for Rizwan Farook’s and Tashfeen Malik’s 2015 attack in the Inland Regional Center government building, there’s no question as to how they procured their firearms. A friend, Enrique Marquez, Jr., bought them for the married couple in a straw purchase. […]

Texas Reloaded Congressional Candidates Unload on Guns, Election Politics

By Matt Manda Gun rights are in the DNA of Texans and freshman U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) had seen enough intrusion on the firearm industry and firearm ownership. He put his foot down and took action. Noticing the likes of gun control billionaire and failed Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg and other antigun groups pledging millions to flip Texas […]

Attorney General Andrew Cuomo: How Great Would That Be?

By Larry Keane Three-term Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plate is full. He’s on tour promoting his celebratory coronavirus “success” book, ignoring pandemic help offered by lawful firearm businesses, bucking responsibility and blaming New York City’s Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio for the violence and crime in the state’s largest city and shuttering firearm businesses, which employ 5,500 New Yorkers. […]

Washington State Win: Appeals Court Rules SAF/NRA Challenge to Seattle ‘Safe Storage’ Law Can Go Forward

From the Second Amendment Foundation: The Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifle Association are cheering the unanimous ruling by a Washington State Court of Appeals panel that reversed and remanded back to a lower court their legal challenge of a City of Seattle “safe storage” gun control mandate that violates Washington’s long-standing preemption law. The […]

Biden and Harris Want to Bankrupt Gunmakers By Repealing the PLCAA

From the NSSF: NSSF, the trade association for the firearm industry, is focusing on former Vice President Joe Biden’s radical antigun campaign promise to repeal the industry-essential Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA). The bipartisan law prevents activist lawyers and politicians from attacking the firearm industry with frivolous lawsuits that are designed to […]

Is ‘Common Sense’ Gun Control Even a Thing?

By MarkPA Back when I was in high school, we spoke simply of “gun control.” Congress passed “An Act to amend title 18, United States Code, to provide for better control of the interstate traffic in firearms”, more simply called the “Gun Control Act of 1968”. Somewhere along the way, the rhetoric changed. The phrase […]