Month: November 2017

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, right, said the carry rights bill passed this week helps ensure the Second Amendment doesn’t stop at state lines. (Photo: Reuters) In a party-line vote Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee sent a measure expanding carry protections to the floor over howls from gun control advocates. Stressing the bill, H.R.
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Remington 1911 fans will soon have their hands on the R1 Limited Double Stack edition as it is currently shipping to dealers. (Photo: Remington) Remington’s 1911 R1 Limited Double Stack handguns are headed to dealer’s shelves, the company announced via press release Wednesday. The 1911 R1 Limited Double Stack features a 5-inch ramped, match-grade barrel
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Chambered in .44 or .36 caliber, the Percussion Peacemaker is the latest to join Cimarron’s replica lineup. (Photo: Cimarron Firearms Company) Cimarron Firearms Company adds the 1851 Navy cap and ball six-shooter replica, known as the Percussion Peacemaker, to its lineup of Old West style replica firearms. Cimarron’s 1851 Navy revolver is chambered in either
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The new Winchester XPR rifle chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com) From the gun that won the west to the bargain basement, Winchester Repeating Arms has now done it all with rifles. With little fanfare, Winchester entered an already-flooded budget rifle market, but did so with superior features and accuracy. The synthetic-stocked, bolt-action Winchester
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The advertisement that cost Pennsylvania-based Sportsman’s Shop its Facebook marketing privileges. (Photo: The Sportsman’s Shop/Facebook) A family-owned sporting goods store in central Pennsylvania told Fox News over the weekend Facebook pulled its advertisements over guns. Jessica Keffer, marketing manager for the Sportsman’s Shop in East Earl, Pennsylvania, said the social media site applies its policy
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The entrance to the Remington Outdoor Company booth at SHOT Show 2017. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) Executives with Remington Outdoor Company, which owns a host of gun and ammo brands, attributed the company’s 31 percent decrease in third quarter sales to soft market conditions resulting from last year’s surprising election victory by President Trump. Remington reported
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“Until imitation guns are made safer, parents should stop buying them,” said Sen.Richard Blumenthal last week (Photo: Heather Burian/NBC Connecticut) A Connecticut Democrat wants parents to pump the brakes on buying toy guns until a bill he has introduced to make them more readily recognizable passes Congress. Joining Hartford Police and staff at St. Francis
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed a review of the federal background checks system, citing issues that allowed a Texas gunman to legally buy firearms despite a documented background making him a prohibited buyer. In a statement, Sessions said the shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, “that relevant information may
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The loading block is one of four new products designed by Creedmoor Sports. (Photo: Creedmoor Sports) Precision shooting products manufacturer and supplier, Creedmoor Sports, introduced four new products to its reloading accessories series aimed at making reloading simpler and faster. The Creedmoor Wilson Case Trimmer Platform, the Creedmoor Annealing Made Perfect Pilot Holder, The 30
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