Tag: law

Passenger Caught Unlawfully Transporting Replica Pistol Mid Transit [BREAKING] 9th Circuit: California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional - Again Jeremy Kettler in uniform answering reporter's questions. Mr. Kettler is the subject of an ongoing Federal case.

Unregistered Machine Gun in the Attic, Now What? British Law Actually More Permissible Than US

Generally speaking, firearms laws in the United States are better than those in the United Kingdom – except when it comes to museums. In the US, the Gun Control Act of 1968 offered a brief window for registration of prohibited items (Machine Guns, SBRs, SBSs, etc) [Read More…]

[SHOT 2018] High Threat Concealment


In today’s episode, we follow Miles to Shot Show 2018 to the High Threat Concealment booth. High Threat Concealment offers some great options for concealing mission essential equipment for contractors, military, and government agencies operating in nonpermissive environments. This year HTC brings [Read More…]

[SHOT 2018] Universal 1911, IWB Holsters and the MHS Competition with Safariland


In today’s episode, we follow Miles to Shot Show 2018 and visit the Safariland booth to look at some new holster offerings for 2018. First, we take a look at the new 1911 ALS OWB holster. The beauty of this holster is that it allows for 1911s with or without a rail. This holster also […] [Read More…]

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BREAKING: Hearing Protection Act Moves Up, Hope for Saigas, Veprs, and 7N6, and No More Armor Piercing Bans? – H.R. 3668 SHARE Act

The effort to deregulate of silencers has reached an important milestone: The Hearing Protection Act has made it out of committee, and been incorporated as part of another larger bill. House Resolution 3668 – the Sportsmen Heritage and Recreational [Read More…]

DEREGULATION OF SUPPRESSORS: New “SHUSH” Act Introduced to House and Senate

Could the complete deregulation of silencers (also called “suppressors”) be near? That’s the goal of a new bill introduced simultaneously to the House and Senate, which seeks to invalidate the provisions pertaining to silencers of the National Firearms [Read More…]

BREAKING NEWS: Liberty Ammunition LOSES M855A1 EPR Appeals Lawsuit in Federal Claims Court, US Army CLEARED

The United States government has won a major firearms-related victory in Federal appeals court today, regarding claims of patent infringement by Liberty Ammunition, LLC. Liberty had claimed that the US Army’s M855A1 EPR and M80A1 EPR projectiles infringed on its [Read More…]

BREAKING: Is Kriss Group (Swiss) Going Bankrupt? (UPDATE: KRISS USA to Takeover Swiss Business)

Manufacturer of the Vector submachine gun, and parent company to Sphinx System AG, makers of high-end CZ 75 handgun derivative, may be in financial trouble. At the end of 2015, Sphinx System AG was declared bankrupt; now its parent company may be in danger as well due [Read More…]

Kramer Defense Files Patent for Bolt Heads for Cartridges Larger Than 6.8mm SPC, Wildcat World Reacts

Kramer Defense, the company that introduced the 6.8x45mm UCC cartridge based on the .378″/9.6mm diameter case head of 5.56mm, filed a patent on Aug 14, 2014 (approved Sept. 1, 2015) that has recently sent shockwaves through the 6.5 Grendel and cartridge [Read More…]

BREAKING: Stag Arms’ Federal Firearms License Revoked!

Connecticut gun manufacturer Stag plead guilty today to violating federal law, including the loss of 200 firearms from its record books, and the possession of 62 machine guns or receivers for machine guns not registered to the company. In the plea agreement that to the [Read More…]