Face it. Suppressors are just cool. Nothing is better than being on the range and getting everyone’s attention because your rifle or pistol doesn’t make much noise. With the rise in popularity of suppressors, there has also been a rise in the number of suppressor manufacturers. No longer just the purview of military and law
Are you considering investing in a short barrel rifle (SBR)? Before you do, it’s important to know and understand the laws that regulate the sale and purchase of these types of weapons. To ensure that you are up to speed on specific firearms and the laws surrounding them, we’re going to discuss each type and
1. History of the Short Barrel Shotgun During prohibition, gun violence was on the rise. This was largely due to gang and mafia activity. Gangs grew increasingly brazen, and were emboldened to begin robbing banks, kidnapping, and shooting law enforcement on what seemed like a regular basis. This quickly caused fear throughout the country, as
Suppressors are hot items in the firearms market. Everyone seems to be on the bandwagon to go quiet. The same holds for the suppressor manufacturers. With all the models, styles, and calibers, how do you figure out which one is the best suppressor? Maybe we can help. Choosing the best suppressor is not something to
Understanding what an NFA tax stamp is requires a bit of knowledge about the National Firearms Act (NFA). The original NFA enacted by Congress and signed into law in 1934 was an effort by legislators to stem the violence of the inter-gang warfare that grew out of prohibition. At the time, fully automatic firearms, especially
Whether you are new to the world of guns or you have been a collector for decades, there is a part of gun ownership that many people do not take into consideration, and that’s what happens to your guns when you die. Don’t beat yourself up too much, as no one really wants to think
In order to fully understand the National Firearms Act, we must go back to the decade preceding the enactment of the legislation by the US Congress. Understanding the context in which the legislation was proposed and enacted can give us a much better grasp of what drove this legislation and, not unsurprisingly, why the same
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