Chicago Tribune: Lie on a Firearms Background Check? What Have You Got to Lose? This just in: criminals are going to act criminally . . . Anyone who wants to buy a gun from a licensed dealer is required to fill out a “Firearms Transaction Record.” It asks various questions to determine if the customer […]
In the decade since dropping my daughter off for her first day of kindergarten, things have changed. Yes, Columbine took place in 1999 while I was still in college, and there was even a school shooting way back in 1840. Even so, things have changed. Despite living in good areas in different states during her […]
After years of eschewing the gun world into which her husband has delved, and delved deeply, Dan’s wife JZ has the long rage shooting bug. Bad. And that’s good! The former St. Louis utility CFO has found her happy place. Of course, before she got behind the trigger, Dan taught her the Four Rules of […]
When you’re building your AR you have a lot of decisions ahead of you. Some of them are relatively inconsequential, like what color you want your handguards and whether the fuzzy dice will catch fire if you put them too close to the gas system. Other decisions are critical to how the gun will run and feel. […]
So I was having my semi-daily chin wag with Fearless Leader today, and talk turned to handgun safeties. RF mentioned he’d seen the Kimber Solo up close and personal, and mentioned that it’s safety was a lot easier to operate (in both directions) than that of the new Ruger. I opined that, IMHO, the Springfield […]
What you see above is the Remington Arms corporate response to the CNBC investigation into the Model 700, and the alleged defects and safety problems with the product.