H&K Is Shipping Civilian-Model SP5 Semi-Auto Pistols

Heckler & Koch is now shipping the HK SP5, a semi-automatic sporting version of the MP5 submachine gun, in the U.S., according to a company release. MSRP is $2,799.  Read our review of the HK SP5K here.  The SP5 is a semiautomatic civilian sporting pistol that matches the look and feel of the MP5 submachine […]

EAA Announces MC312 Sport 12-Gauge Shotgun

EAA has introduced the MC312 Sport 12-gauge shotgun and positioned it as an affordable 3-gun competition option, with a suggested retail of ~$600. From the company release: European American Armory Corporation (EAA Corp.), importers of select quality and affordable handguns, rifles, and shotguns, announce the MC312 Sport 12GA shotgun in time for 2020 3-gun competition […]

America and Guns: How To Spot Poor or Deceptive Polling

Did you ever wonder why polls consistently report finding that 90+% of Americans want universal background checks preemptively-prove-your-innocence prior restraint on rights, and other such nonsensical infringements…and it rarely passes when put to a referendum? Even when it does pass, actual voting results never come within 30 points of the claim. Blame poor polling technique. […]

Bergara Introduces the B-14 R .22 LR Rifle

One of the very best uses of inexpensive, soft-shooting .22 LR ammunition is in training to properly shoot a full-size, centerfire rifle. All the better if your .22 LR firearm (or conversion kit) precisely matches your centerfire firearm in size, weight, ergonomics, trigger, controls, etc. New from Bergara is the B-14 R, which does just […]

Taurus Adds a New 1911 Commander 9mm

Taurus has added a new model to its 1911 Commander series with the introduction of the 1911 Commander 9mm Luger. From the company’s release: Built with the same specifications and dimensions as the original 1911 Commander .45 ACP, the new model is chambered for 9mm Luger and offers additional capacity at nine rounds. Since its […]

Beto’s Big Buyback: Hyperbolic, Not Hyperbole

Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke has a plan to get AR-15s and “AK-47s” off the street. Of course, you’ve heard all about his “buyback,” but now he’s explained how he’ll pay for it without costing taxpayers a cent. “I think a mandatory buyback can be financed with a surcharge that would be paid by gun manufacturers, […]