Google Bans Gunbroker App, Dynamite Isn’t a Candle, and Dallas PD LEO Enters Wrong Apartment, Shoots Man: TTAG Daily Digest

Google’s App Store Removes ‘Gunbroker’ Another one bites the dust . . . Google informed GunBroker.com on September 3 that its mobile app would be blocked from the app store Google Play. Google explained the decision to block the app in an email obtained by Breitbart News. Psychiatrists and Trainers Voiced Concerns Over Charged Officer […]

Arming Doctors with Data, Suing EA Sports and the Chicago Labor Day Weekend Body Count Mounts — TTAG Daily Digest

Can Arming Doctors with Data Help Reduce Gun Violence? Trying to fight gun violence with data – and anti-gun rights doctors… Dr. Winslow, a professor of medicine at Stanford University who deployed six times to Iraq and Afghanistan with the Air National Guard, offered his thoughts on the military’s discharge system. The retired colonel then […]

Enter to Win a QuietKat Electric Bike

Now’s your chance to win one of the coolest outdoor tools you’ve always needed, and probably never realized it. QuietKat is an advanced Low-Speed Electric Vehicle (LSEV) company who manufacturers electric fat-tire mountain bikes and all-terrain e-trikes. The QuietKat line of heavy-duty products is built for better access to the “Great Outdoors,” and geared towards […]

Shot Placement: The Ethical Truth About High-Fence Hunting

Hunting is defined as the determined search for or pursuit of wild animals, so it’s logical that Merriam-Webster defines a hunter as “one that searches for something.” In fact, that phrase resonates for many hunters. We search for our game, we rattle, we call, we wait, and still we often trudge home empty-handed. Hunting takes […]

TTAG’s Inaugural Badass Moms Mother’s Day Gift Guide

[reviewadinsert] Mother’s Day is upon us yet again and with it comes the avalanche of Mother’s Day Gift Guides, Mother’s Day Must-Haves, and Best Guns for Mothers. Here’s the thing. Here at TTAG we – well, I’m speaking for myself, here – don’t go with the stereotypical flow. This isn’t exactly a gift guide, it’s […]

New AR Optics from Bushnell

Bushnell has been one of the better-known optics companies in the gun industry for more than 65 years. Since they became a subsidiary of Vista Outdoors several years ago they’ve continued to grow and have – in my opinion – also experienced an increase in quality and design performance. Their AR Optics line is tailored […]

Shot Placement: Got Hunting Ethics?

Spike Box Ranch and Hunting Manager Tyler Pounds delivered an impromptu speech/pep talk yesterday as we cruised back to the bunkhouse following a somewhat unsuccessful morning of turkey hunting. It wasn’t that we couldn’t find any turkeys; they were simply the wrong ones. Spring turkey in King County, Texas means toms. If you’re very fortunate […]

Would You Trust Frangible Ammunition in Your EDC? – Question of the Day

Prior service U.S. Army Airborne Ranger Paul Lemke founded the company now known as Inceptor Ammunition in 2012. Lemke’s goal was to create innovative frangible ammunition with a twist to differentiate their products from the then-current industry offerings. The majority of frangible ammunition companies today use a sintered copper-tin combination in their bullets, but Inceptors […]

Shot Placement: Me and My (Hunting) Gang

Kat Ainsworth has joined TTAG as our new hunting editor. This is the first column in her new series, Shot Placement. The inky weight of night was still upon us as we climbed into the pit. Me, with my ever-present mug of coffee – this time purloined from the corner of the lodge’s kitchen – […]