Random Thoughts on Finland’s New Gun Ranges, Puuko Knives, and Sisu Attitude

When Soviet Red Army troops poured across the Finnish frontier three months after the outbreak of World War II, Simo Häyhä, a farmer and member of Finland’s Civil Guard, laid down his pitchfork, picked up his M28-30 Mosin Nagant, jammed his Puukko knife in his belt and calmly went out to kill communists.  Häyhä shot […]

Pay No Attention to Internet Caliber Wars and ‘Stopping Power’ Debates

By Dave Spaulding I recently read yet another a post on the internet that caused me to scratch my head. The author made an impassioned plea for the superiority of the .45 ACP cartridge over all others claiming, “Ball .45 will stop a man 9 out of 10 times with a well-placed hit.” He based […]

Let’s Celbrate Black Gun Ownership During Black History Month

By Joe Bartozzi Throughout the month of February, America celebrates Black History Month. There is much to celebrate for the contributions African Americans have made to our nation. That includes within the firearm industry and as gun owners. That history, of course, isn’t without controversy. There is still progress to be made. The history of Black […]