Gun Review: Beretta 3032 Tomcat Inox .32 ACP Pistol

In a sea of plastic mouse guns, the decidedly old school Beretta Tomcat stands out with its Inox (AKA “stainless steel”) slide and forged aluminum frame. While this makes it a little thicker and heavier than a modern injection molded pocket pistol, it pays dividends elsewhere. In fact, the 3032 Tomcat has a few unique […]

Government Lockdowns Should be a Lesson for Gun Owners

By Theresa Inacker “Two weeks to flatten the curve.” This ubiquitous phrase has turned out to be quite possibly, the biggest ongoing lie our government has ever told. Two weeks to flatten the curve has become 160+ days of government lockdown in the blue gun control state of New Jersey. What does this all mean […]

California Active Shooter Situation: ‘We Just Ran’

There was a shooting at a gas station in Nipomo, California yesterday that ended with law enforcement officer killing the shooter. Sounds simple, right? In some ways it was, but there’s something else to take away from the report by the mainstream media. According to KSBY news it went down something like this: A suspected […]

Is Old Ammunition Safe to Shoot?

As a longtime firearms instructor and head of a gun rights group, people ask me all sorts of questions. All questions have merit, especially for people who are new to guns. Among these questions, folks will ask about the safety of shooting old ammunition. I tell them that in general, old factory-loaded ammunition should be […]

Rutledge: The NY AG’s Attack On the NRA is an Assault on the Second Amendment and All Who Support It

Arkansas’ Attorney General says gun rights, the NRA and the Second Amendment are under assault from the left. This must be a day ending in ‘y.’ The left has long attacked the Second Amendment, as they believe it is antiquated and unnecessary, and have assured us they can protect us better than we can protect ourselves. But in […]