Presidential Proclamation on National Hunting and Fishing Day, 2018

From whitehouse.gov: The United States is blessed with abundant resources and unrivaled natural beauty. Our wildlife has provided ample opportunities for generations of Americans to enjoy hunting and fishing with their family and friends. On National Hunting and Fishing Day, we recognize the important contributions that America’s hunters and anglers make to our society, our […]

You’d Be Surprised How Many Guns Are ‘Military Grade’ Weapons

One of the phrases that frequently gets tossed around by anti-gun activists – recently, for instance, by Emma Gonzalez – is “military grade weapons” or “military weapons.” The connotation, of course, is usually modern sporting rifles such as the AR-15 or so-called “high capacity” pistols, though high capacity is all rather relative and conveniently undefined. […]

Kasky Leaves March for Our Lives, Sisterhood Against Kavanaugh, and Vox Says 262 Mass Shootings in 2018: TTAG Daily Digest

The Cut-and-Paste Problem with Initiative 1639 Outdoor Writer and native Washingtonian Dave Workman takes a closer look at the cluster that is i1639… When the authors of Initiative 1639—the 30-page, multi-faceted gun control measure now facing Washington voters on the November ballot—defined a “semiautomatic assault rifle,” they created a split among firearms owners, leaving some […]

Gun-Grabbers Try to Force Implementation of Failed Nevada Background Check Law…Again

Our friends in the Civilian Disarmament Industrial Complex executed a spectacular face plant last year in Nevada. Anti-gun New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg poured millions of his pocket change into getting Question 1 on the ballot, a measure that would have mandated “universal background checks” on all gun sales in the state. Mayor Mike’s $18 […]