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By Mike “Duke” Venturino, American Handgunner

NRA President James Porter: Our right to free speech must not be buried

5:32 PM 04/23/2014

By James W. Porter II, President NRA

Regrets and the guns you should never have traded

7:05 AM 04/23/2014

By Mark Kakkuri , GUNS Magazine

“The finest revolver ever made…”

7:04 AM 04/23/2014

By Massad Ayoob, GUNS Magazine

ATF’s EPS needs H-E-L-P

7:04 AM 04/23/2014

By National Shooting Sports Foundation

Explained: The three types of custom rifle barrels

5:55 PM 04/21/2014

By Tom Turpin,  Gun Digest

Home Defense: Stag Arm Protector – AR Rifle

5:53 PM 04/21/2014

By Robert A. Sadowski, Personal Defense World

Surviving the active shooter and the police

3:32 PM 04/17/2014

By Bill Fearon, The Shooting Channel

Korwin: “Prohibited person” is now “Prohibited household”

3:31 PM 04/17/2014

By Alan Korwin, GunLaws.com

Restoring responsible leadership

6:41 PM 04/16/2014

By Major General Jerry Curry, USA (Ret.)

Concealed Carry Reciprocity: Practical advice before you travel

6:39 PM 04/16/2014

By Joseph Terry, Gun Digest

Gun Review: Taurus PT 1911 AL-R

4:00 PM 04/15/2014

By Mark Kakkuri, American Handgunner

Gun Test: North American Arms Guardian

6:33 PM 04/14/2014

By B. Gil Horman, Gun Digest

Remington Arms announces product recall

12:12 PM 04/14/2014

Madison, N.C. - Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) today announced a voluntary recall of Model 700™ and Model Seven™ rifles with X-Mark Pro® (“XMP®”) triggers, manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014.

Getting the most from your .44 Magnum revolver

7:02 AM 04/14/2014

By Randy Garrett, American Handgunner

Smith & Wesson now shipping M&P Shield pistols to California

9:02 AM 04/13/2014

New 9mm and .40 S&W pistols grandfathered prior to California microstamping mandate; non-microstamped, compliant and approved for sale in California

Tennessee switchblade ban repealed

6:21 PM 04/09/2014

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has signed SB1771, Knife Rights' bill repealing the state's antiquated ban on switchblade (automatic) knives and possession of knives over four inches in length "with intent to go armed." a vague law subject to abusive interpretation. As of July 1, 2014, there are no longer any per se illegal knives in Tennessee.

The Marine Corps’ Colt M45 Close Quarters Battle Pistol

6:20 PM 04/09/2014

By John Connor, GUNS Magazine

Bugout bag boomers

6:19 PM 04/09/2014

By Personal Defense World staff