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The ATF closed the public comment period on bump stocks as it prepares to reexamine the device’s classification under federal law. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives closed the public comment period on bump stocks Thursday as the agency prepares to re-examine the controversial device’s classification under federal law.
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The concept: an integrally suppressed AK that still goes carbine length and weights in the 7-pound range. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com) Joe Meaux with Aklys Defense is ready to send his integrally suppressed AKSV Velociraptor into regular production. The Baton Rouge-based manufacturer has burned up the social media pipes in the past week with their Krink-sized
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Franklin Armory says their new Reformation firearm will “will create a whole new market segment that will not require NFA approval.” (Photos: Franklin Armory) Nevada-based Franklin Armory said this week they are debuting their no-stamp-required Reformation firearm that includes both a Magpul stock and shorty barrel. The Reformation is a non-rifle that, according to Franklin
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The Osprey Micro/Ruger MK IV combo includes both the suppressor and the pistol for about the price of either by itself (Photos: SilencerCo) The Utah-based suppressor maker has a special deal on a hushed-up rimfire pistol package that comes in at less than half the MSRP. Centered on a Ruger MK IV Tactical with a
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Huntertown produced a number of suppressors in their Chameleon, Guardian and Kestrel lines. (Photo: Huntertown) Indiana-based suppressor-maker Huntertown Arms has announced they are waving the white flag and leaving the industry after nearly a decade. The company’s social media account is offline while a notice on their website says that production, repairs, sales, and upgrades
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Thunder Beast Arms Corporation delivers a new Take Down suppressor designed for .223/5.56. (Photo: Thunder Beast Arms Corporation) Thunder Beat Arms Corporation unveiled a new user serviceable 5.56 suppressor, known as the Take Down. Created around the 2017 U.S. Special Operations Command Suppressor Upper Receiver Group solicitation, the heavy can is specifically designed for .223/5.56
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Heather Gooze, who worked as a bartender during the Las Vegas attack, helped carry the injured during the shooting. She held a man as he died. (Photo: Las Vegas Journal-Review) The Senate Judiciary committee heard testimony from victims, law enforcement and gun policy researchers on Wednesday to discuss the legality of bump stocks — devices
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Federal regulators launched a review of federal law to determine if certain bump stock devices fall within the definition of “machine gun,” according to Tuesday’s release by the Justice Department. “Possessing firearm parts that are used exclusively in converting a weapon into a machine gun is illegal, except for certain limited circumstances,” Attorney General Jeff
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The Stag 15 SL SBR falls under the National Firearms Act, requiring potential owners to gain ATF approval and pay the $200 tax stamp prior to ownership. (Photo: Stag Arms) Stag Arms continues to offer consumers more choices when it comes to rifles, adding the Stag 15 SL SBR to its product lineup. The Stag
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