SHOT Show Range Day: Ruger SR1911 Competition Officer

Ruger’s two SR1911 Competition pistols aren’t carry guns, but the Ruger SR1911 Competition Officer sure as heck is. This year, Doug Koenig’s signature guns in .45 ACP were unleashed at Range Day, and I got to shoot both of them. Just as with the government model, the SR1911 Competition Officer features a hand-fit bull barrel, […]

With the Gun Rights Rally Over, Virginia Senate Passes ‘Red Flag’ Confiscation Bill

From the AP: The Virginia Senate approved legislation Wednesday that would allow authorities to take guns away from people deemed dangerous to themselves or others, as the state moves closer to joining a growing number of states enacting so-called “red flag” gun laws. The Democratic-led Senate voted for the bill despite fierce resistance from Republican […]

3D Printable Guns Still in Limbo [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.    Blueprints for 3D printable guns remain in limbo The Executive Branch has notified Congress of its intent to transfer […]

SHOT Show: The Palmetto State Armory AR-V Rifle

Palmetto State Armory is a company that doesn’t seem to be scared of making weird stuff a reality. They started with their AK-V, beating Kalashnikov USA to the 9mm AK pistol and rifle market. Better yet, they chose the very aesthetically pleasing CZ Scorpion magazines as their base mag. They didn’t stop there though. This […]

SHOT Show: All the Stippling Tips You Could Want

If you love the smell of burning plastic (in a properly ventilated room, of course), then the OTDefense line of stippling products will be as familiar as creatively shaped polymer. Tyler Kee used an OTDefense Firearms Stippling Kit (five tips, $49) four years ago for a thorough TTAG review. Find it here. That same kit […]