After the Orlando nightclub shooting, Democrats criticized the routine sale of the type of semiautomatic rifle used by Omar Mateen. Hillary Clinton called them “weapons of war.” Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin said that if you used a gun like the AR-15 — or the similar Sig Sauer used in Orlando — to go hunting “you should stick to fishing.”

Ryan Flaming loves to hunt — he's gone out of state for an archery elk hunt and for pronghorn. He loves playing what he calls a game of chess while hunting whitetail deer and plans on trying mule deer season this fall. He's hunted all kinds of birds and water fowl, and tried coyote hunting as well.

Contrary to the notion that citizens should have limited access to AR-15s because they are “big scary guns,” a former Navy SEAL is speaking out in defense of the popular firearm.

The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is ostensibly and organization made up of “police executives” who seek to “improve policing.” In my opinion, it is little more than a police-hating, leftist-front, dedicated only to advancing leftist politics. Guest editorial from John Farnam originally published at Ammoland

The biggest and “baddest” is not always the best. This is especially true when it comes to a handgun you might have to rely upon to save your life during a SHTF or to protect your family. Self-defense handgun buyers need to shop carefully to find the right tool for the intended jobs ahead. Here are some tips and guidelines to consider.

A friend asked me about hunting because she wanted to provide her son with wild game to eat. She had chosen to raise her child in Alaska so they both would have opportunities to spend time outdoors, connect to the natural world and "hunt and fish."