Month: July 2018

A dog in this fight — It’s not like RAND is a disinterested party, is it? USA – -(Ammoland.com)- While admitting there is “no middle ground” on “gun control policy,” a RAND Corporation survey did find “four broad areas of agreement” among “100 experts,” military news website Task & Purpose reported recently. Those areas are: Expanded
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M&P 45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser, chambered in .45 Auto. Smith & Wesson Corp. expanded its M&P Shield M2.0 pistol series with the addition of the new M&P 45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser, chambered in .45 Auto. The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser delivers all of the familiar M&P Shield pistol operating features, including a slim profile and 18-degree grip angle for
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Opinion Donald Trump USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Writing in the The Weekly Standard, Andy Smarick warns fellow President Trump critics against falling into the seductive trap of weighing Trump’s actions piecemeal and missing the cumulative effect of his assault on dignity, if I may paraphrase. Smarick seems concerned that GOP Trump foes are lowering their standards, relaxing
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Milano, a member of the NoRA group whose aim it is to protest the National Rifle Association along with the gun industry, has dedicated time this week to condemning 3-D printed gun technology. (Photo: Alyssa Milano/Twitter) The former “My Name is Earl” actress and current gun control activist denounced the increased availability of 3-D printed
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Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning at no additional cost to you, Ammoland will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. OpinionJohn reviews the “The Huey” aka the Vortex Razor AMG UH-1 Holographic weapon sight. Vortex Razor AMG UH-1 Holographic Sight U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Vortex Optics is known
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Texas’ Campus Carry Law Turns Two AUSTIN, TEXAS – Wednesday, August 1 2018, marks two years since Texas’ campus carry law took effect at public universities and one year since it took effect at community colleges. During that time, no Texas college has reported a resulting fatality, injury, assault, threat, or suicide attempt. Texas is
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Art by A.F. Branco Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez f people USA –-(Ammoland.com)- The Amerikan. Socialism is the path to communism and Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is leading the way this 2018 election. It’s not your parents’ democrat party. Did you enjoy this cartoon? You call yourself pro-gun? Prove it by joining any one or all of these fine
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As opposed to mashing a button, the Pepper Blaster II has rudimentary sights and a trigger, which makes it more instinctive for a shooter to use. “If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” This popular quote, attributed to Abraham Maslow, is particularly relevant for concealed-carry permit holders. When you’ve opted
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By John Crump Ghost Guns Files Information Banned by New Jersey, what next gunsmithing books? Austin Texas –-(Ammoland.com)-  On the heels of the Department of Justice ruling that allows Defense Distributed to release their CAD and CNC files on the internet for the 3D printing of firearms, Defense Distributed received notice from Los Angeles and New
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Birchwood Casey Freedom Targets Coyote Silhouette USA –-(Ammoland.com)- The Freedom Targets Coyote Silhouette from Birchwood Casey offers shooters the ultimate in target portability and freedom from staples, tape and heavy stands. The Freedom Targets Coyote Silhouette Target measures 12”x18” and features heavy cardboard construction and folds flat for easy transportation. The base easily folds up
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Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman certified the I-1639 ballot referendum for the November General Election but said “concerns remain” about the legality of its signature sheets. (Photo: Wyman’s office) Supporters of Initiative 1639 were approved to put a list of gun restrictions in front of voters on Friday, triggering new legal challenges by Second
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