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Grey Ghost Gear: Discrete Tactical Gear

Grey Ghost Gear Rig Light Jacket Read more

How a Glock Works (w/ Glock Cutaway) Video

For all you mech-heads and curious “how does it work” folk, here’s a video made by 762x51n8o that shows off the inner workings of a glock with a rare cutaway model since not all of us have the time or resources to go to an armorer’s course. So hopefully this is a good start for you all in understanding how the Glock system functions. Read more

Sticky Holsters

Sticky Holsters was started five years ago by a former Police Officer who wanted to create a simple, yet effective, quality IWB (Inside the Waist Band) holster for everyday carry. Read more

SLIK All-Natural Lubricant

There are many weapon cleaning and lubrication systems on the market today. Many of them make claims as to the performance of their product and many of them are toxic and made with modern industrial chemicals. Every once in a while something comes along that not only is natural and non-toxic, but actually is better than the competition. Read more

US House Passes Concealed Carry on US Bases

US Representatives Michael McCaul (R-TX), John Carter (R-TX), and Scott Rigell (R-VA) wrote an amendment that would allow military commanders to authorize the concealed carry of firearms on US bases. The amendment was added to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which was passed on Friday, July 17th Read more

Short-Barreled Rifles in Washington State?

Prior to a 2014 change in state law, Short-Barreled Rifles (SBR) were illegal in Washington State. Recently, the ATF has started to reject applications to assemble SBRs by non-licensed gun owners. Read more

Seattle and the Second Amendment Tax

Taxes Proposed by the Seattle City Council Target Gun Owners Read more

Oakley's Tombstone Eyewear

In this post, Doug shares his first impressions of Oakley Standard Issue’s latest offering, the Tombstone Eyewear System with Prizm TR22. Read more

Gun Violence and Mothers

Feminist Website Acknowledges Mothers Arming Themselves For Self Protection. Read more

Machine Gun Monday - Steyr AUG A1

The Steyr AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr – Universal Army Rifle) was first adopted by the Austrian Army in 1977 and began production in 1978 as a replacement for the FN-FAL. The AUG underwent design changes in 1982 and was redesignated the AUG A1. The AUG has since been adopted by many armies worldwide and is arguably the most popular bullpup assault rifle ever built. Read more