In the wake of the announcement this week that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives will delay a ruling over M855 green tip ammo, some are questioning ammunition bans both in the recent past and near future.
While most people don’t enjoy reloading, having some of these products at their disposable goes a long way to make it less stressful.
Micah Kaminski discusses shooting the ashes of his father, Francis Henry “Hank” Kaminski Jr., out of a cannon at the Knob Creek Range.
The gun maker estimates Battenfeld will bring in an additional $55 million in annual revenue, a desired boost to keep investors happy as sales continue to normalize from last year’s spike.
Battenfeld makes shooting, reloading, gunsmithing, and gun cleaning products. Eventually all existing Smith & Wesson brands for accessories will be housed within the new division.
Industry groups presented a study on California’s ban of the use of traditional lead ammunition in hunting Wednesday, citing it could triple the price of ammunition and force hunters out of the sport.
Thieves stole nearly $100,000 in ammo and accessories from a gun shop during a late night heist Feb. 20 in Arvada, Colorado, and are still on the loose.
Mississippi bills HB179 and HB231 would limit protection in self-defense cases to within 30 feet of the home and require ammo sales to be recorded under threat of fine.
Two firearms industry groups, NSSF and SAAMI have teamed up to fight the California law requiring microstamping on all new guns sold in the state.
Hornady has just released a list of upcoming new product for their 2014 catalog and not surprisingly, they’re working on some interesting stuff. From self-defense products to reloading components and now a safe division, Hornady is offering more and more every day.