Housekeeping: TTAG Loading, Commenting Issues

I apologize for technical problems bedeviling TTAG. We are aware of the crash-and-reload issue (particularly in Safari on iPhones) and the fact that commentators are having to re-enter their data into the site to post a comment. Which can end-up caught in our spam filter. We’re working on these problems with our IT partners. Who […]

Editor’s Note on Re-Testing Firearms: Housekeeping

Jon Wayne Taylor recently re-reviewed the Metro Arms American Classic II .45ACP 1911 (click here for original review). The “new” gun was reliable, save one malfunction. This is not the first time we’ve re-tested a firearm that initially performed badly. Here’s our policy on re-reviewing firearms . . . TTAG is ready, willing and able to […]

The Range at Austin Patriot Club

(sponsored post) The Range at Austin is the Music Capitol of America’s guntry club. It’s also TTAG’s home range. We like it because OMG it’s a palace. Not only does the lobby have the largest gun store in Texas, it’s also the cleanest gun store I’ve ever seen . . . Sure, Houston’s Athena Gun […]

No Flaming Anti-Gunners: Housekeeping

In our recent post Shannon Watts Looking at Run for Congress in Colorado CD-2 TTAG commentators got personal in their attacks on Ms. Watts, many of which were sexual and extremely demeaning. Just a quick reminder . . . TTAG does not allow ad hominem attack on the website, its authors, fellow commentators and subjects […]

TTAG’s Austin Reader Meet-Up and Smoker a Hit!

TTAG’s first Austin area reader meet-up last night drew 20 or so Armed Intelligentsia members who came from as far afield as Ft. Worth. Gathering at Casa De Montecristo, we schmoozed, smoked cigars, ogled an array of guns and gave away a metric crap-ton of swag from companies like Otis Technology, Colt Gun Lights, Vista […]

Happy Memorial Day from TTAG

A few holiday weekend must-do items: barbecue something that once had a face, drink a few oat sodas, play with the kids, maybe take a dip in the pool, watch a good war movie, avoid that annoying relative as much as humanly possible . . . and remember those who gave their lives to make […]