A Letter to an Anti-Gun Friend

By Dr. Michael S. Brown [DRGO author Dr. Michael Brown replied to a friend of his on Facebook. His description of anti-gun emotion versus pro-rights reason is instructive — as well as being able to remain friends.] Charles: “Approximately 1.4 million people have died from firearms in the U.S. between 1968 and 2011. This number includes […]

New York Times Admits Privately-Funded ‘Gun Violence’ Research is a Thing

By NRA-ILA The New York Times – the “paper of record” – reports that “Gun Research is Suddenly Hot.” While we’re happy to see the Times has finally acknowledged that “gun research” can survive federal restrictions on taxpayer funded gun control advocacy, there are necessary caveats here. The volume of “gun violence research” may be increasing, but the […]

Banks Not Shooting Straight With Truth in Lending to Firearms Industry

By Larry Keane [ED: This column was published in The Federalist, Thursday, April 17, 2019, and is reprinted here with permission.] Citigroup’s getting asked some hard questions about fiscal sanity of their decision to discriminate against firearms businesses and their answers aren’t likely to soothe investors. Justin Danhof, General Counsel for the National Center Public […]

5 Ways to Plan a Defense Against Home Invasion

By Grady Powell Bad guys are becoming more bold and aggressive. Understanding that valuable items and softer targets are more likely located in more affluent areas, they are increasingly targeting suburban homes and neighborhoods in historically low-crime areas. As with most things, when it comes to preparing an adequate home defense the sage Boy Scout […]

Firearms Industry Heads to Capitol Hill

By Larry Keane Nothing is more influential and more important for lawmakers than to hear directly from their constituents. That’s why I couldn’t have been more proud of the 70 attendees from across the firearms and ammunition industries for joining together this week to make NSSF’s annual Fly-In a success. Representatives from over 40 firearms […]

EDC Pocket Flashlight Roundup

By Anner Remember the days of D-cell MagLites that doubled as batons? I doubt many carried one of those everyday, save Law Enforcement or utility workers. Most sat in a glovebox or toolbox until a flat tire on a rainy night provided them some attention. Thankfully, this bustling free market economy of ours generates outstanding […]

On “Gun Violence,” Real Solutions Require Dealing in Facts

By Steve Sanetti Gun control groups praising Connecticut’s Supreme Court decision to allow the Soto v. Bushmaster case to move forward are, ironically, using the court decision as an opportunity to perpetuate false narratives, the same misdeeds of which they accuse the firearms industry. Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence struck out at the […]

Walther PPS M2 Recall Update

By Anner Walther issued a recall of their PPS M2 pistols in November 2018, as TTAG covered here. Walther’s website covers the recall and return process here: https://www.waltherarms.com/recall/#. My PPS M2 was in the affected series of serial numbers. A quick visit to the Walther website produced a prepaid shipping label. Less than a week […]