It’s Time for the Senate to Finally Vote on National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

By Roger Katz The Arbalest Quarrel has been at the forefront in the call for national concealed handgun carry reciprocity legislation. Posting our first article on the subject in 2015, in our “Roadtrip with a Handgun” series, we have remained a strong proponent of national concealed carry, and have since published two dozen articles on the subject. We were very pleased when the Republican […]

Civil Disobedience by Gun Owners in the 21st Century?

With the coming anticipated federal bump stock ban and various state level infringements that are on the drawing board or currently in effect, I ask this simple question: Will American gun owners protest through civil disobedience? We’ve already seen it in New York and Connecticut. When those states mandated that gun owners register their firearms, many […]

Revolvers for Women: Guess Again

Five years ago I walked into a local gun store for a closer look at a SIG Sauer I had been curious about for some time (if you must know it was the SIG Sauer Spartan, the only “molon labe” or bronze gun I’ve ever considered). I’d been looking for a good deal on the […]

Attention All Law-Abiding Gun Owners: National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Is In Jeopardy

By Roger J. Katz Concealed handgun carry reciprocity is about to die. It’s about to die through deliberate inaction or the callous indifference of the U.S. Senate. But we have a small window of opportunity: 21 days left to achieve the goal that has eluded us for years. It seemed assured of being accomplished by the Republican-controlled 115th Congress but, […]

Incompetent Broward County Sheriff Officer Finally Resigns

It’s been nine months since a kid who’d raised more red flags than a North Korean military parade murdered seventeen people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In the days and weeks following that horror, it was revealed that officials at the school, the district, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office and even the […]

Federal Air Marshals Having Trouble Handling Their Guns

Remember, only trained law enforcement officers and the military are qualified enough to handle the awesome responsibility of gun ownership. But a number of federal air marshals who fly the friendly skies seem to have a problem responsibly wielding their gats. The marshals undergo extensive firearms training…in theory. Air marshals are required to undergo recurrent […]

Browning’s New X-Bolt Micro Composite Rifle in Five Popular Hunting Calibers

Press release: The New X-Bolt® Micro Composite Rifle Offers Full Size Features in a Compact Package The Browning X-Bolt Micro Composite rifle is tailored to give younger and smaller stature shooters the performance benefits of a top-tier firearm in a compact size. This compact bolt-action rifle features a black composite stock with a shorter 13″ length […]