• December 13, 2014 | Comments
    Kansas Student Facing 186 Day Suspension For Bringing Spent Brass Casing to School

    Here we go again, more anti-gun hysteria in our schools. An elementary school student is facing a school suspension which could be up to 186 days in length due to bringing an inert piece of metal to school with him. The boy was sighting in a hunting rifle the day before school and picked up a piece of spent brass and put it in his pocket. It was discovered by school officials when it fell out during school. According... Read More »

  • December 13, 2014 | Comments
    [Video] Larry Vickers Tests if “Over Lubrication” is a Real Thing

    Is over lubricating your firearm the issue that some people make it out be? Larry Vickers wanted to test it out first hand. Step 1: Motor oil + guns = a whole bunch of lubrication. Step 2: Load em up. Oh yeah, that one's lubed. Step 3: Shoot em successfully and get covered in oil in the process.

  • December 12, 2014 | Comments
    Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed in GA on Behalf of Man Who Was Forced to Remove NRA Hat to Vote

    ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - December 09, 2014) - Southeastern Legal Foundation today filed a civil rights lawsuit in U.S. District Court, Northern District, Atlanta based on the actions of elections officials in executing alleged "policy" by forbidding Douglas County, GA resident Bundy Cobb from wearing his National Rifle Association (NRA) Instructor hat to vote. (Bundy Cobb v. Douglas County, Georgia, et al., Case No.... Read More »

  • December 12, 2014 | Comments
    [Video] Piers Morgan Admits He Handled the Issue of Gun Control Poorly

    In a somewhat surprising interview, Piers Morgan agreed to sit down with Fox News' Megyn Kelly earlier this week. Of course, during the course of the interview the issue of guns came up and Morgan surprisingly admitted he may have gone about his anti-gun banter all wrong. "I think I became too aggressive. I think I didn't listen to the other side as much as I should have done. I think there is a culture of gun ownership... Read More »

  • December 12, 2014 | Comments
    Georgia Gun Range Gets “Decked Out” – Will Offer Holiday Photos With an Armed Santa

    If you live in the Sandy Springs, Georgia are then you can get your photo taken with Santa as well as a gun tomorrow at the Sandy Spring Gun Club and Range. According to the NY Daily News: "Any time we have an opportunity to do something fun with our patrons and give back to the community ... any time we can combine the two, we get really excited," the range's co-owner Robyn Marzullo told the Daily News. The... Read More »

  • December 11, 2014 | Comments
    Man Loses Several Fingers When His Black Powder Rifle Explodes – Smokeless Powder vs Black Powder

    There is an important difference between black powder and smokeless powder. Smokeless powder, which is used in modern ammunition should never be used in black powder rifles and here is an excellent example of why. The Indiana DNR posted the above photo to Facebook with the following comment: Corporal Eric Doane worked a firearm accident last night in Martin County that resulted in the shooter losing a couple... Read More »

  • December 11, 2014 | Comments
    Nevada: Secretary of State Approves Petitions for Universal Background Check Initiative

    The following story is via the NRA-ILA. Yesterday, the Secretary of State certified that the petitions submitted for an anti-gun initiative for the 2016 general election ballot are sufficient. This initiative was filed with the Secretary of State by the anti-gun “Nevadans for Background Checks,” likely affiliated with ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “Everytown for Gun Safety” and seeks to criminalize... Read More »

  • December 11, 2014 | Comments
    Man in Utah is Reunited With Stolen Shotgun 37 Years Later

    For many people, having a gun stolen means that gun is gone forever. However, sometimes a stolen gun does make it back to its owner. That's the case with this story, although the process took longer than most people might think. A man in Utah recently had a shotgun that was stolen from his 37 years ago returned by police. Richard Pittenger lost the gun when it was stolen out of his truck while he was on a date.... Read More »

  • December 10, 2014 | Comments
    [Video] Movies That Would be Ruined by Concealed Carriers: ATM (2012)

    OK, first off, living in the south I didn't know walk in, standing room ATM's were even a thing, but I guess they are in at least Chicago were the 2012 film 'ATM' is set. Three friends enter the ATM only to find their path back to their car is blocked by a mysterious man with a tire iron. Yep a tire iron. Using nothing but an improvised blunt weapon it would seem that a single person is able to hold a trio of... Read More »

  • December 10, 2014 | Comments
    State of New York Declares at Least 275 Gun Owners as “Mentally Unstable”

    It looks like that whole "registration leads to confiscation" thing might just have some truth to it (as if we didn't know that). According to Fox News: New York State’s tough new SAFE Act gun control law has flagged 278 gun owners who could lose their weapons because they have been deemed mentally unstable, a new report shows. Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged lawmakers to pass the SAFE Act quickly after the 2012 mass... Read More »