I think this may be the most famous gun advertisement in the world. “Do or Die,” as a huge grizzly bears down on a cowboy, armed with not with a lever-action carbine, but a semi-auto rifle, the Remington Model 8.
As you might gather for “Do or Die,” the Remington Model 8 was the first mass-produced semi-automatic rifle, chambered in a round more powerful than the most popular hunting cartridge of the day, the .30-30. Said hunting...
By John Peterson
...An alarming trend is rearing its ugly head as we are seeing increasing attempts at state-level aimed firearms bans and confiscations, as well as renewal of previous gun-control attempts. We are investigating how this, the influence of recent massacres, and the possibility that the president’s action could have
In addition to being arguably the most influential rifle design of its 52 years, the AR-15 is also the most controversial. According to many shooters, its alleged weaknesses stem from the cartridge it chambers. For the better part of its life, the M16/AR-15 digested only one kind of ammunition: the twin cartridges labeled 5.56 NATO and .223 Remington.
...Currently, the 5.56/.223 is still the most practical choice for the AR-15. However, a myriad of other AR-15-specific
Firearms News editor, Vincent DeNiro, proclaims “[My Daddy Told Me Son,] Don’t Let’em Take Your Gun” as the official song of Firearms News Magazine and the most Pro-2nd Amendment song EVER!
...With all that is going on in the media in regard to our 2nd Amendment, I felt that it would be a good time to remind gun owners that this God-given, government recognized, right was placed in our Bill