Arm Brace Ban Rule Blocked By Court (For Some People, For Now)

A lawsuit spearheaded by the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has secured a preliminary injunction against the ATF arm brace ban. What exactly does that mean? And who does that apply to? This is all still a little unclear, but let’s take a look at this case and what might be on the horizon.

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ATF Final Rule 2021R-05F (aka 80% Receiver Rule) Explained

The internet has been abuzz with discussions of the new ATF “receiver rule,” which became effective on August 24, 2022. Most of that conversation has focused on changes that affect the so-called 80% receivers. However, this regulation made changes in other areas as well. Let’s take a look at how this rule will work.

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Analysis of HR 1808, the Proposed 2022 Assault Weapons Ban

Yet again, an “assault weapons ban” has been proposed in the United States. HR 1808, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2022, has passed the House of Representatives and been sent to the Senate. What is in this bill, and how would it work if it were passed? Well, dear reader, let’s take a look at the bill and how it both compares and differs from the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban.

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ShipMyGun Steps in to Provide Affordable Firearms Shipping

In the fall of 2021, FEDEX completely stopped all private party shipping of handguns which left customers with only a single entity to ship handguns with – UPS. For 2022, FedEx also announced that it wouldn’t be handling any shipping of firearms unless the shipping person bears an FFL. This is where ShipMyGun comes in. ShipMyGun.com aims to give customers a more affordable way to ship their firearms over the standard rates provided to people through normal UPS channels which can be quite expensive.

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Gunshops in the Kingdom: Jordanian Laws, Trends, and More!

In this episode, Miles goes to a local gun shop in Amman to check out what the local laws, trends, and interests are in the legal firearms market in Jordan. He interviews the store owner and is able to really get some hands-on time with the various handguns and shotguns in the store, seeing what Jordanian gun owners like and appreciate.

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State Firearm Laws – What Works, What Doesn't

I want to get this out of the way before I get into the meat of this article. I’m going to be discussing an academically fascinating study, that relates to gun laws. In this article, I may tread close to the line of politics, though I will strive to the utmost not to. Our managing editor, Pete, suggested that I do this write-up, and I eagerly accepted. During my writing process, the article has been subject to close editorial oversight. I want to inform you, my readers, without stepping over the line into politics. I believe I succeeded.

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ITAR And USML: What Is It And Why Should You Care?

If you’ve purchased weaponlights, lasers, body armor, night vision or other “specialty equipment” related to the firearms industry, the term ITAR Restricted may have made an appearance on your documentation or on product websites. The International Traffic In Arms Regulations or ITAR and the categories outlined in the United States Munitions List or USML is a way to prevent certain technologies from ending up in enemy hands and used against U.S. or Allied Forces. Zero arguments there.

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TFB TV Goes to the UK! British Shooting Explained

TFB TV pairs up with Callum from English Shooting, a British Channel devoted to discussing the shooting sports in the United Kingdom. Callum talks about the differences between a Firearms and Shotgun Certificate, the various options out there when it comes to semi-automatic, pump action shotguns in addition to all things .22 LR which is very popular in Britain due to the laws not covering the cartridge. In addition we receive some excellent information on the cap & ball firearms in the UK, which are also extremely popular.

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And So It Begins… Arsenal Discontinues First CA Compliant Models

With the upcoming deadlines looming for the new California “Assault Weapons” law (I use the quotes as sarcasm, as I vigorously disagree with the term and intent of the state’s legislature), the floodgates have opened with the first public discontinuance of a “California Compliant” rifle model.

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An Overview of Gun Laws in Germany, by Joerg Sprave

The United States has some of the least restrictive firearms laws in the world, so it’s natural that Americans would assume that almost every other country in the world has draconian firearms laws that prevent almost everyone from getting guns.

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US Navy Successfully Tests Real Life Laser Gun

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Trigger Service, A Czech Gun Range

So a slight continuation of my “ shooting guns in the czech republic” is the actual indoor range that I went to.

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ARMagLock: No Bullet Button Required

As soon as one law is passed, another gun owner comes up with an ingenious solution. The latest innovation comes courtesy as a reaction to California’s and New York’s recent new laws. The ARMagLock (patent pending) is specifically designed to render weapons legal without registration.

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Gun Laws By State

Bryan L. Ciyou, Esq. has written a book called “Gun Laws By State” that can be purchased or viewed online for free. The online version will be continuously updated and allows readers to ask questions about any paragraph in the book. Other readers or the author can answer the questions. These questions and answers are displayed to the right of the page so you can see what people have been discussing. It is a very nifty site.

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Hungarian Gun Laws

Zoltan, who recently translated one of my articles in Hungarian, was kind enough to explain the gun laws in Hungary.

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