Listen: Interview With NSSF Director of Public Affairs, Mark Oliva

By Gabriella Hoffman I recently had the opportunity to visit the National Shooting Sports Foundation‘s Washington, DC offices to talk with Mark Oliva, the NSSF’s Director of Public Affairs. The NSSF, the firearms trade association, is often confused for the NRA, Gun Owners of America, or similar advocacy groups. While the organization strongly believes in […]

Gun Controllers Claim The .Gov Prevents ‘Gun Violence’ Research, But There’s Plenty of It Available

ED: The following is text of a presentation given at this past weekend’s Gun Rights Policy Conference presented by the Second Amendment Foundation and CCRKBA.  By Dr. Sean Brodale From the American Medical Association’s Journal of Ethics, Gun violence and trauma surgery: “Mass shootings account for less than 1 percent of all gun-related deaths in the […]

A Visit With French Arms Maker L’Atelier Verney-Carron

The name St. Etienne is synonymous with weapon production. From the middle ages to the present, St. Etienne artisans, gunsmiths and factories have produced countless knives, swords and firearms. These weapons were designed for hunting, self-defense and/or military applications. Verney-Carron is a lens through which one can view St. Etienne’s firearm production. The marriage of […]

Fashion Designer Launches Line of School Shooting-Themed Hoodies…With Bullet Holes

By Rob Fox Dystopian-themed fashion house Bstroy, founded by designers Brick Owens and Dieter “Du” Grams, has a hot new line of, um, uh…bullet-riddled school shooting hoodies? Be the hottest-looking person to be put on a watch list this fall when you walk around your neighborhood rocking Bstroy’s faded navy and white Columbine hoodie, distressed to […]