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Michigan Concealed Carry Renewal Goes Digital

Isn’t the 21st century wonderful? Unfortunately many parts of the firearms industry, especially where it meets the government, are in an antiquated state. Buying an NFA item, anyone? Well the good news out of Michigan is that their Concealed Pistol License renewal system has gone online. The paperwork heavy process has now simplified through the ground breaking concepts of email …

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H. R. 7115 Introduced, Bans All Home Builds, Modifications, and Parts

No More Home Builds H.R. 7115 called, disingenuously, the “3-D Firearms Prohibition Act” is an opening salvo from the Democrats that will, if passed, effectively eliminate your ability to build or modify your gun at home. Your home built AR-15 on any lower, serialized or not, will now be impossible. A BILL To prohibit the sale, acquisition, distribution in commerce, or …

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Michigan’s Governor Elect Whitmer – Politically Silent on Guns

Michigan’s Governor Elect did not run on guns. Gretchen Whitmer is not a 2nd Amendment ally for the state by any means but Gun Control didn’t take a stage position on her platform. Her website cursorily mentions the proverbial lines about background checks, bump stocks, etc. 1. Not allow guns in our schools (open or concealed), unless the person carrying …

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The Tree of Life

On Saturday morning an anti-semitic piece of human trash shot up the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburg. Robert Bowers, 46. He hates Jews. He hates President Trump, who he says is a Jewish collaborator or some other such tin foil hat nonsense. He probably hates President Obama too. And Hispanics, definitely hates them. The man claims the Jews are …

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Remington 700 Trigger Lawsuit Goes into Effect

The contentious and turbulent lawsuit against the iconic Remington over triggers in their 700 line of rifles is open for claims. A special website has been set up with information on how to file a claim, and there is also a toll-free hotline, 1-800-876-5940. Remington continues to maintain that the rifles are safe. The company submitted evidence in support of their claim, …

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10,000 Rounds through Springfield Armory’s New 10mm XD(M)

Springfield Armory is pleased to announce a highly anticipated new addition to their polymer pistol lineup, the XD(M)® 10mm. This full-size pistol is the latest variation in the series, now chambered in the popular 10mm round for more power in the highly accurate and reliable XD(M)® platform. The new XD(M)® 10mm was torture tested to prove the quality and reliability …

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The Holosun 507C, A Different MRDS Option

MRDS or Miniature Red Dot Sights are continuing to gain ground on sidearms. As this occurs the options for sight selection continue to grow too. The most famous sight and probably the most popular is the Trijicon RMR. The Leupold Deltapoint is another very popular contender in the microdot market. However the wave making Holosun has come trying to earn …

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Springfield Armory’s ALL XD Gear Up Promotional

3 EXTRA MAGS + RANGE BAG FREE! With the purchase of any new XD®, XD Mod.2®, XD-S®, XD-S Mod.2®,XD(M)® or XD-E® pistol October 1 – December 31, 2018 Beginning October 1st, customers who purchase any XD® model from the Springfield Armory lineup will qualify to receive three additional magazines and a Springfield Armory range bag. Buyers will also have an exclusive offer to upgrade their Gear Up package to include a Surefire® 6PX Flashlight, …

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Fall at the Range: ECE 2 With Sentinel Concepts

Fall is a perfect season to train. Why? Heat. Warm enough to be comfortable while moving and cool enough to not melt while running up and down the range. So as we roll into Autumn I’m heading to the range with Sentinel Concepts Essential Carbine Employment. Fast paced courses are a rush. They can be intimidating too but a word of …

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FN SCAR 16 MOD1 Technical Data Package

In 2009 the FN SCAR entered service and joined the ranks as a U.S. service rifle platform, first deployed with 75th Ranger Regiment of the United States Army. After 5 years in development and testing, winning the US SOCOM solicitation, it was put into service and sent to war. Nine years later the SCAR is in use by 20 nations …

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