I know most of us 2A loving folk own firearms to protect ourselves as well as our loved ones from any type of attack or potential harm. But this type of attack cannot be warded off by our second amendment rights because it's coming from the internet.
It's a widely accepted idea that choosing your optic is one of the most important decisions you can make when putting together a build...
It is common phrase to hear the term “the second amendment gives the bill of rights teeth”. Nobody knows that better than an organization by the name of Don’t Comply.
UNLESS you get him a bad ass father’s day gift which is Sunday, June 17th by the way. Here is a list of cool father’s day gift ideas for the tacticool dad.
Webster’s dictionary defines armor as a defensive covering for the body; especially: covering (as of metal) used in combat. When someone mentions body armor the first thing that comes to my mind is indeed some type of metal (like steel) used for protection from explosions and projectiles.
This week marks a significant event in America's history. On May 2nd 2011, just 7 short years ago, SEAL Team Six...
Their conceal-ability is great and the chances of it getting confiscated in a pat-down are very slim.
The Tactical flashlight will more than likely produce over 500 lumens, while the utility light will be under 500 lumens. To put it in lamens terms, a lumen is a unit of measurement which indicates how much light you are getting from the bulb. Think more lumens equals more light and vice versa.
It’s only science fiction until someone can manifest it real life, then it’s science faction. What am I talking about? Often times nobody knows, but what I’m referring to is the latest news to come out of the Army Research Lab.
This blog installment is for those of us that believe in carrying on a daily basis. I have one question for you, should you carry more than one gun?
Citigroup is a bank. They are the first of the big banks to start setting up new restrictions on companies (specifically firearm retailers) that are current customers. Citigroup plans on banning its retail customers that sell bump stocks and that have customers under the age of 21.
If you’re from Illinois then you probably remember last year when Illinois Judge Patrick O’Shea accidentally discharged his weapon in his home. The flight path of the bullet traveled from the gun through a mirror and a wall, which ended up reaching the next apartment.