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Folks at a gun store purchasing a firearm.

Americans Charted Record Book Year For Firearms in 2023, with 2024 Looming Large

Santa and his reindeer apparently got an extra workout in delivering presents this year under the tree. They were carrying around the extra weight of new firearms to millions of Americans thirsty to exercise their Second Amendment rights.

A SIG P226 pistol on a backpack.

SIG SAUER to Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the P226 in 2024

SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the commencement of the yearlong 40th Anniversary celebration of the iconic P226 pistol.

Savage Arms' 110 Ultralite Elite.

The 110 Ultralite Elite from Savage Arms

Savage Arms is proud to announce the launch of the 110 Ultralite Elite.

A Bushnell MOA Version of Match Pro ED 5-30X56 Riflescope

Bushnell Releases MOA Version of Match Pro ED 5-30X56 Riflescope

Popular Long-Range Riflescope Available with Deploy MOA Reticle 

The FastFire C Red Dot from Burris Optics

The FastFire C Red Dot from Burris Optics

The latest addition to the Burris Optics lineup is the FastFire C red dot sight, specifically designed for EDC (Everyday Carry) handguns

A California-Compliant Hellion from Springfield Armory.

California-Compliant Hellion!

Priced at an MSRP of $2,031, the new California-compliant Hellion 20” Rifle brings bullpup performance to a whole new segment of shooters.

Alfredo Martinez in front of his gun art.

Alfredo Martinez: From Gunsmith to Celebrated Artist

In the Rothschilds’ Collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York, a unique drawing of a gun by the late Alfredo Martinez stands out.

The Taurus TH10, profile view.

Taurus Marks a Milestone with the Launch of its First 10mm Handgun

The TH10 is set to make its debut this Friday, the 22nd of December, promising firearm enthusiasts an unparalleled combination of safety, accuracy, and innovation.

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul.

Gun Control Advocates Wonder Why New Yorkers Turn to the 2A

The mayor blamed the media for covering rampant crime, blaming them for scaring city residents and keeping crime in the headlines.

Al Kasper is going to retire from Savage Arms.

Al Kasper to Retire from Savage Arms

“I’m excited for the future and want to thank the entire Savage team for their hard work and dedication over the years,” said Kasper.