Gun Review: Canik ONE Series TP9SF Elite

By Matt Magliacane Features Canik is known for delivering a lot of bang for the buck. Their ONE Series TP9SF Elite 9mm is no exception, and it may even be the exemplar. The TP9SF Elite is a striker-fired, single action semi-automatic pistol. The TP9 series borrows heavily from the tried-and-true Walther P99 series. Its 15+1 […]

Gun Grabbers Respond to the Assault on Nakatomi Plaza

The harrowing events of the siege on Los Angeles’s Nakatomi Plaza took place 31 years ago. That tragic incident and the heroic response by one off-duty police officer were recounted in a now beloved documentary that recounts what is widely considered to be a Christmas miracle.   We can all be thankful, however, that those […]

3 Fantastic, Affordable First 1911 Pistols

There are a lot of 1911 pistols on the market, in many different configurations, at many different price points. That’s because John Moses Browning’s design is a certified masterpiece, a masterpiece. But with so many options, choosing your one can make your head spin. So let’s stick to something easy: What are three great starter […]

Virginia 2A Sanctuary Movement Exposes Rift Between Elitist Gun-Grabbers and Heartland Democrats

By Jeff Hulbert One of the quietest places in Virginia is sending the loudest signal yet that the radical gun control plans pushed by “progressives” in the Richmond statehouse have now split the Democrat Party in the Old Dominion. The widening rift has been amplified by Charles City County, a sparse, serene Democrat stronghold southeast […]

Frankin Armory Responds to the ATF’s Reformation Ruling

See our earlier post regarding the ATF’s ruling as to the legal status of Franklin Armory’s Reformation here. The federal gun regulators have decreed that the Reformation, with its straight grooves, is something called a GCA/SBS…a short-barreled shotgun regulated under the Gun Control Act rather than the National Firearms Act.

New Zealand’s Failed ‘Buyback’: Don’t Believe All the Numbers You’re Seeing

The final numbers for the New Zealand “buyback” confiscation are now available. We’ll begin by taking them at face value. As of December 21, 2019 (the day after the “buyback” ended), they claim: Collected: 51,342 newly banned firearms. Modified to comply: 2,717 Total: 54,059 That’s 22.5% compliance based on the previous estimate of 240,000 affected […]

Houston Man Kills 3 Home Invaders With a Shotgun, is Wounded in the Exchange [VIDEO]

  It’s a never-ending debate. The question: what’s the best firearm for home defense? Some like a pistol‘s one-handed maneuverability that lets you corral family members to safety or otherwise frees your off hand to use a flashlight, dial 911, whatever. Some like a carbine‘s combination of power and accuracy. A third group touts the […]

Pennsylvania is Afraid of a Ghost (Gun) and More Anti-Gun Rights Hijinks [VIDEO]

  This is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights. For a deeper dive into the topics discussed here, check out this week in gun rights at FPC.  Pennsylvania’s Attorney General has effectively bans “ghost guns”, Puerto Rico takes the first step to recognizing gun rights, Cuomo […]