While the hassle involved with airline travel — particularly the security screening process — seems to be getting worse and worse each day, transporting a firearm on an airline actually isn't as complicated as you would think. Texas born and raised John McAdams provides his advice on how to safely and legally transport your firearms when flying.

If you’re at all familiar with gun rights issues, than John Lott needs no introduction. Lott, who recently wrote “The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies,” argues that the more costly you make something, the less of it people will buy. The same, he says, goes for gun violence.

The AR-15 rifle is once again under fire by gun banners—who ignore the fact that rifles of any kind are seldom used in crime, and seem to despise anyone who dares to own one. Many who are ignorant on firearms even consider the gun a “weapon of war,” suitable for nothing but murder and mayhem.

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

Tom McHale from Ammoland.com provides his expert take on a very popular accessory - Sound Suppressors. Often called Silencers, suppressors have become very popular in spite being highly regulated, difficult and time-consuming to obtain, and expensive. But there are many legitimate reasons to own a suppressor, none the least of which is that they are really fun to shoot with. Read Tom's recommendations.

Women who carry a concealed handgun tend to have limited options for where to carry their defensive firearm. Often, women’s clothing makes it difficult for women to carry a gun on their body, if they choose not to dress around their concealed carry rig. The next best option is for off-body carry in a concealed carry purse.