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WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 28, 2021) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in the case of Maryland Shall Issue v. Hogan, a case challenging the Maryland government’s confiscatory ban on bump-stock devices. The brief, authored by FPC’s Director of Constitutional Studies, Joseph Greenlee,
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With muzzle velocities twice the speed of sound the return of the red-hot .17 Mach 2 is something fired up over. Top .17 Mach 2 Rifle And Barrel Options: The .17 HM2, or 17 Mach 2, was a joint venture between Hornady and CCI in 2003. A CCI Stinger case, which measures 0.100-inch longer than
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A little brother to the VR80, the VR82 moves the semi-auto shotgun line into 20-gauge territory. Truth be told, the 12-gauge isn’t for everybody. Certainly that’s blasphemy to most Americans, who by and large swear by the bore whether they’re knocking down ducks on the wing or confronting bumps in the night. Thing is, there’s
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Whether at the range or in the field, these 6.8 SPC ammo options will split the bullseye. What Are The Best 6.8 SPC Ammo Options: For many, the 6.8 SPC II is better off eating home-cooked meals. Given the cartridge’s—more exactly its chamber design—troubled history, factory-loaded ammo leaves many shooters wanting. Not that the stuff
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With some slick new designs and tweaks, the Buck Mark Vision Plus URX and Countour URX are born to run. While its name doesn’t get bantered about like some .22 LR pistols, shooters have long respected what the Browning Buck Mark brings to the table. Chief among these, accuracy and reliability. The slick and still
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10 top rimfire scope choices for plinkers, hunters and precision shooters. What Are The Best Rimfire Scopes: When it comes to optics, “rimfire” is a nebulous term. The scope torqued onto a child’s first .22 LR isn’t anything like the feats of ELR engineering found at precision rimfire matches all across the country. Yet, in
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Designed to pitch heavy-for-caliber bullets, the 6.8 Western aims to extend the rifleman’s reach. Somewhere Jack O’Connor is smiling. Long an advocate of the .270, the iconic gun writer and outdoorsman used the caliber to great effect around the globe. Now it’s getting another look of sorts in the hunting world. Last year it was
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The 6.8 SPC II isn’t afraid of going small. An example, Wilson Combat’s SBR Tactical. A true intermediat cartridge that delivers a punch, look no further than the 6.8 SPC II. The 6.8 Remington SPC doesn’t get its due in the pantheon of AR-15 cartridges. It’s a shame. The 6.8 is a regular do-all. A
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Heritage’s Barkeep rimfire revolver is a pint-sized blast. There are those things that no matter how archaic they become never lose their allure. Fireplaces, antique cars and single-action revolvers. Handgun technology has made the style of wheelgun a living fossil of sorts, with—outside hunting—few practical purposes. Yet, there is always a special feeling fanning back
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Timney finds an extra gear for Glocks with its Alpha Competition Series Trigger. When shooters think triggers, Timney generally comes to mind. From upgrading war-trophy Mauser rifles for the hunting woods to picking up the pace of a souped-up AR-15, the manufacturer has set the standard for more than half a century. Now it’s tackling
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They’re called hand cannons for a reason. Learn how to tame big-bore revolver recoil. This is a topic that just won’t go away, particularly because of the rising popularity of handgun hunting in big-bore revolver shooting, as well as figuring out the best way to handle the heavy recoil associated with the more-powerful handgun cartridges.
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This is the kind of German pistols you used to see in guns shops back in the good, old days … well, in the medium-old days, anyway. Classic guns must have either jaw-dropping looks or a storied history. Ideally, they’ve got both, such as these German pistols of World War II vintage. Working in gun