New York Gets One Right With New Learn to Hunt Web Site

Hunting remains one of America’s greatest pastimes, but using new technology is key to recruiting and retaining America’s next generation of hunters. Little compares to the sights, smells and sounds that surround you when on a hunt. Whether it’s walking corn fields, brushy meadows or woodland edges for pheasant or sitting high up in a […]

Defining Extremism Down: 13 Banks Colluded with Feds to Monitor Gun Owners’ Accounts

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At least 13 financial institutions are being investigated by Republicans in Congress for colluding with the federal government to spy on Americans after the January 6 protests looking for ‘extremism’ indicators. The House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government led by top Republican Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, is investigating ‘collusion’ between U.S. banks and federal […]

Commerce Announces Permanent ‘Pause’ on Firearm Exports

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Later this morning, the Commerce Department will announce a new rule making their Bureau of Industry and Security’s alleged “90-day pause” to review current firearm export review policies permanent. The new rule will be effective on May 30 as “interim final” with a 60-day wind-down for existing licenses. A comment period will be provided to […]

AR-15 Builds: Tales From the Carry Handle Mafia

When I started shooting AR’s in the 80’s all we had were carry handle uppers. When I went into the Army in 1988, I trained on the M16A1 and that’s what I used in the Army Reserve. Later, when I was in the Air Force Reserve, we used early slick side M16’s, then eventually M16A2’s. […]

Skill Set: Law Enforcement and Pistol Mounted Optics

The wave of the pistol-mounted optics is sweeping across the law enforcement landscape nationally. Is that a good idea? I’m not sure that matters. PMOs are here to stay, regardless of the level of police agency adoption. The question that should be raised is, “What’s the smart way to do this?” As an example, a […]