The reliably left-wing media does not like it when King Putt is mocked: An Oceanside-based gun parts store has incited nationwide controversy over an item dubbed “The Obama’s Blaster” – controversy the store’s owner welcomes. […]
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EP Armory seems to have survived the excrement storm with the ATF over their 80% polymer lowers, and will some be back in production with both AR-15 and AR-10 variants. Just as importantly, they seem […]
Sari Horwitz isn’t one to be troubled by a little thing like “ethics” when it comes to bashing firearms and gun owners as criminals, or because of criminals. It is therefore no surprise when she […]
This is the Sig Sauer MPX, a modern submachine gun designed for military and law enforcement use, or in semi-automatic form, available for purchase as an NFA item as a SBR (short barreled rifle). Thanks […]
As most Bearing Arms readers are probably aware by now, EP Armory—and later Ares Armor—were both raided on the pretense that an injection-molded plastic part created by EP Armory and sold by both companies constitutes […]
During a House Oversight Committee hearing yesterday on the ATF’s numerous botched “storefront” operations (which seemed to primary serve to entrap the developmentally disabled), U.S Representative Thomas Massie (KY-4) took several minutes to grill ATF […]
“This isn’t just a second amendment issue, it’s not just a firearms issue. It’s an issue of an overreaching government that wants to come into your kitchen, that wants to come into your living room, […]
Tactical Machining has been in the 80% receiver business since 2008, and have AR-10, AR-15, and 10/22 receivers as well as a 1911 frame on the market. From what I’ve heard of the company they […]
Did U.S. Attorney Daniel Butcher Mislead a Federal Judge to Justify the Ares Armor Raid on “AK-15″ Lower Receivers?
Daniel Butcher is the Assistant U.S. Attorney that filed a response to temporary restraining order (TRO) obtained by Ares Armor against the ATF. He filed the response with federal magistrate judge Bernard G. Skomal, who allowed […]
nutnfancy weighs in on the ATF raid of Ares Armor. He’s wrong on at least one detail—the judge “altered the deal” for the ATF, so they didn’t break the restraining order—but that’s something that matters […]