The good news going into 2020 is that while H.R. 1705 and H.R. 1296 have 78 and 216 co-sponsors respectively, they are still languishing in committee despite Democrat control of the body. The bad news is that other marginally less intrusive gun control efforts made it through Congress and was signed into law to include a bill that funds $25 million for the CDC to study gun use in relation to public health issues.
While manufacturers were keen to release new firearms, ammo, optics, and outdoor accessories almost daily in 2019, there were a few new products that really lit up our digital pages and caught hundreds of thousands of eyeballs.