The Army for the past couple months has been looking for vendors interested in getting rid of possibly the largest cache of battleship food still in existence.
After making a video slamming Lt. Gov. Newsom’s Prop. 63 ballot initiative, Olympian Kim Rhode was not one to sit idly by while Newsom tried to dismiss her fears via social media.
As someone that goes through 800 rounds daily to keep on top of her game, pro shooter and six-time Olympic champ Kim Rhode says that California’s Prop. 63 is wrong for gun owners.
Commissioners voted 7-1 on Saturday to limit the use of “excessively large” caliber rifle cartridges and prohibit the use of laser tracking rifles by sportsmen for taking game in the state.
The California Police Chiefs Association has joined other groups in opposition to Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Prop. 63 “Safety for All” voter initiative.
Andrew with GY6Vids stacks the tugboat that is the S&W 500 wheelgun stoked with Hornady pills against a pair of whole pork shoulders.
In their latest episode of “you make it we shoot it” the shotgunners over at Taofledermaus test some handcrafted 12 gauge slugs made from Mexican Ironwood (disclaimer: that is not a Tejano thrash metal band).
Following last month’s catastrophic flooding in large parts of Louisiana, the organization that creates safety and technical standards for firearm ammunition published guidelines for salvaging wet ammo.
Background checks for long gun purchases in California hit yearly highs in July and August as the industry braces for stricter gun laws come 2017.
The ATF has walked back an announcement it now viewed wetted nitrocellulose as a high explosive and will work with the firearms industry on clarification.