Should you be concerned legally about a trigger modification you make to your firearm? We put the question to Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield to find out.
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Want shootable art? Then take a look at JP Enterprises’ limited-edition rifles, the “Billet Beauty” and the Engraved Edition CTR-02 with custom engraving. Read this article to learn more.
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Here are more Mossberg new products for 2015: Patriot Bolt Actions, the left-handed 500/590/590A1 L Series shotguns, and the LC (Light Chassis) Bolt Actions.
Texas declared Feb. 2 to be “Chris Kyle Day,” with flags statewide flying at half-staff in recognition of the honor. Chris Kyle was reputed to be the deadliest sniper in American history.
In this video, shooting legend Rob Leatham details the features and benefits of Springfield Armory’s updated Marine Corps Operator .45 ACP (PX9110MLP, $1299 MSRP).
Top officials of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) have admitted wrongdoing by participating in “Operation Choke Point” and have said they would cease classifying businesses that dealt in “Ammunition Sales” and “Firearms Sales” as high-risk ventures along with escort services, Ponzi schemes, pornography, and firms that produce racist materials, to name a few.
Mossberg’s three new FLEX rimfire models can accept FLEX TLS accessory stocks and recoil pads, such as those found on the 500 FLEX pump-action shotguns and MVP FLEX bolt-action rifles. Here’s more about the rifles that are based on Mossberg’s proven 702 Plinkster/715T actions.
Stealth Cam’s new GXW game camera is a 12-megapixel unit that lets you see crazy stuff like raccoons chasing coyotes.