Concealed Carry

Remington is set to release the Golden Saber BlackBelt ammo years after it was first announced. (Photo: Remington) After years of sitting, hoping, waiting and wishing Remington’s Golden Saber BlackBelt ammunition is finally leaving the factory and headed towards consumers. Announced several years ago, Remington said the ammo got put on the back burner but
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(Photo: DeSantis) DeSantis expands its arsenal of holsters with the introduction of a new appendix inside-the-waistband holster called the Pipe Hitter. The Pipe Hitter boasts a 100-percent Kydex construction, delivering rigidity as well as durability to concealed carriers. The AIWB holster incorporates an integral mag pouch into the design, encouraging shooters to carry their everyday
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Arizona based Patriot Ordnance Factory has entered the Glock market with their G-Series Gentlemen’s Slides. Machined from 17-4 stainless steel, with a nitride heat treat finish and a Trijicon RMR Red Dot Plate with cover and mounting hardware, they bring the company’s stylish looks to the world’s most popular handgun. There are two sizes available
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Springfield Armory Announces the XD-S Mod.2 GENESEO, IL,– (Ammoland.com) –  The next evolution of the acclaimed XD-S pistol is here. The latest edition of Springfield’s most popular pistol is engineered in a slim, single-stack frame, holding 6 rounds of .45 ACP in a premiere concealed-carry firearm. Springfield Armory’s XD-S Mod.2 offers upgrades from the inside out. A
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The Warrior holster, left, and ammunition pouch, right, are the latest gear to hit the Comp-Tac lineup. (Photo: Comp-Tac Victory Gear) Comp-Tac Victory Gear adds a new holster, the Warrior, and ammunition pouch to its arsenal of gun gear and accessories. The Warrior holster, a low-profile outside the waistband rig, is fully adjustable offering multiple
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The Responder Jacket, left, and Responder Hoody, right, are up for grabs on Amabilis Kickstarter campaign in both women’s and men’s designs. (Photo: Amabilis) Apparel and gear maker Amabilis heads into 2018 with a successful Kickstarter campaign aimed at bringing functional and stylish tactical outerwear to gun toters and tactical enthusiasts. The brain child of
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The Ruger EC9s gets the laser treatment with Viridian serving up new laser mounted options for the 9mm pistol. (Photo: Soldier Systems) Viridian delivers weapon-mounted lasers for the newly released Ruger EC9s pistol series, announcing compatibility with the E-Series and Reactor lasers. The Viridian E-Series laser and Reactor are tailor made to work alongside Ruger’s
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In case you’ve been living under a rock or maybe in your nuclear shelter, here’s a wrap-up of the notable new guns we saw roll out from manufacturers in 2017. Smith & Wesson M2.0 Compact The Smith & Wesson M2.0 Compact is a compact, lightweight striker fired pistol. (Photo: Chris Eger) On the heels of
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The justices of the Supreme Court gather for an official group portrait to include new Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, top row, far right, on June 1, 2017, at the Supreme Court Building in Washington. (Photo: Franz Jantzen/U.S. Supreme Court) Second Amendment litigation saw important gains in the restoration of gun rights, but also significant reverses
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Over 40,000 acres of public land is administered by the Delaware Departments of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Environmental Control and courts have ended a ban on visitors possessing firearms. (Photo: Delaware.gov) To comply with a Delaware Supreme Court ruling, state agriculture and parks agencies announced interim guidelines this week to modify gun free zones.
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University of Arkansas officials point out that, while Act 562 will allow campus carry, it only applies to those with the enhancement, only covers concealed carry, and that other state laws prohibit the storage of guns in university facilities including residence halls. (Photo: University of Arkansas) The Arkansas Legislative Council last week approved the state’s
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State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on Thursday released an opinion that changes in North Dakota’s gun laws allow more people to leave guns in their cars. In a four-page opinion distributed this week, Stenehjem holds that the state’s constitutional carry law allows that an individual’s valid driver’s license or ID card is the equivalent of
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