Is it reasonable? Background Checks

Second, you have straw purchases. What’s a straw purchase? Glad you asked. A straw purchase is when someone that is 18 years old buys cigarettes for an individual that’s 16 years old. Now to switch it to be guns. An individual who can pass a 4473 goes in, buys the gun, passed the background check, and then gives the gun to a non-eligible individual.

Yes, these happen very often. Yes people have died because of them. Here is an article where law enforcement officers were killed because of a straw purchased firearm.

Suppressors, Silencers, Whatever

Your toilet being flushed and the vacuum cleaner are in the 80dB range right there with alarm clocks and snow blowers. A food processor is in the 95dB range. A lawn mower and a rock band concert have more or less the same decibel rating at around 100-110dB. If you ride motorcycles, the decibel rating will typically be in the 100dB range.

How To Buy a Gun Online

Are you tired of missing out on the online deals you find on firearms? After reading this guide you will know the basics of ordering a gun online. Some states do have additional requirements such as waiting periods, but the essentials are all the same. Step 1: Find a gun shop near you that will

Chambered v Unchambered

Chambered vs Unchambered

A lot of people out there are still carrying unchambered and this is a very unsafe, verging irresponsible thing to do. The only “valid” argument isn’t even valid. In this article We’ll be discussing some of the truths, myths, and incorrect assumptions about carrying chambered.

Why would you need an AR15

“Well a shotgun could work for this situation as well!”
Maybe, if you don’t miss at all. A bear can run upwards of 40mph, a moose can run at 35mph, and wolves can run upwards of 50mph. A shotgun is severely limited in capacity. I you need to reload chances are you will die. Again the choice is the same as that of the bolt-action rifle vs the semi-automatic rifle.

Are revolvers outdated?

When it comes to striker fired semiautomatics I do need to conduct more testing. I can say that things aren’t looking much better. When I had the Walther PPQ I was experiencing “FTC” or failure to chamber malfunctions with very specific rounds of ammunition. The gun would almost be entirely in battery and the trigger could and would still release the striker (we’re talking a literal hair out of battery) and the rounds would not discharge.

Stop carrying FMJs!!!

Now, I’m not going to get into what rounds were tested, what rounds failed, which ones rocked, or any of that. The point is, with just a little bit of research on your end you will find out which rounds have passed FBI standards, which ones have not passed FBI standards, and which ones score the best