What are your thoughts on Red Flag Laws? Do they eliminate due process and violate law abiding citizen’s rights? Are Red Flag Laws necessary?
Episode 2 – NRA Degradation and Firearm Training Aids [podbean resource=”episode=24d8c-bb11f5″ type=”video” height=”315″ size=”315″ fonts=”Helvetica” auto=”0″ download=”1″ rtl=”0″ skin=”0″ pbad=”1″] Brian Hardy, Tracy Guns, and Ace Luciano discuss the degradation of the NRA and our favorite training tools. Check out our other Podcast episodes here.
If this is the first article of mine you’re reading, I highly advise you go read the first installment. In short, the gun community does a horrible job when trying to get women involved. More importantly it does a horrible job to get them to WANT to be involved in the industry. I point out [Read more…]
Episode 1 – Does Size Matter? | Stabilizing Braces, Politics, & the 2nd Amendment [podbean resource=”episode=dzvux-bb147c” type=”video” height=”315″ size=”315″ fonts=”Helvetica” auto=”0″ download=”1″ rtl=”0″ skin=”0″ pbad=”1″] The GunPoint’s own legal expert, Brian Hardy, discusses size as it relates to NFA classifications, discusses politics, and the ongoing attack on the 2nd Amendment. Check our our other Podcast [Read more…]
As I was deciding on a topic for my next article, I noticed a fellow shooter on social media pose a question. What would you like to see more of in the shooting community? That got me thinking. There are too many to list, so a multi-part series is what you’re going to get. Women, [Read more…]
This organization came up recently and I think that it is useful to take a closer look. A short time ago several high-profile military men signed on to the “Veterans Coalition for Common Sense.” People like Mark Kelly, David Petraeus, Stanley McChrystal, Wesley Clark, and more all put their names and support behind their endeavor [Read more…]
While walking around SHOT Show this year, I couldn’t help but see the ads running for the “Last of Molot” and directing me to Booth 11217. With the prospect of the promise of free patch and a chance to check out the last of the VEPR’s, I couldn’t resist. As many of you know, this [Read more…]
2019 is already shaping up to be the year of the shutdown. You have political parties at odds on budgets as they discuss (but take no action on) border security. However, this is not the shutdown that most gun owners should be most concerned about. No, the shutdown that gun owners and advocates should be [Read more…]
iHunt, Esq. As kids are back to school and parents are getting back into a routine, I want to remind everyone that soon they are going to have an opportunity to shape Nevada and America unlike very few midterm elections before. Nevada has the opportunity to elect a whole new executive branch that will shape [Read more…]
Its 1934, and Franklin D. Roosevelt is the president, the United States is engulfed by the Great Depression with dustbowl storms sweeping across the U.S. prairies. The average annual income was $1,600, the cost of a gallon of gas was 10 cents a gallon, and the average cost to rent a house was $20 per [Read more…]