Back in September, the ISO (International Standards Organization), Mastercard, Visa, and American Express agreed to create and implement a new MCC (merchant category code) strictly for gun dealers. Well, we’re … Read more
We hope you are now aware that Mastercard, Visa, American Express, the ISO, anti-constitution politicians, and the “big banks” have collaborated to track our purchases at gun stores. They’ve created … Read more
A few weeks ago, we shared the news that MasterCard, Visa, and American Express were planning to adopt a new Merchant Category Code (MCC) created by the International Standards Organization … Read more
There are certain elements of the U.S. population who are hell bent on eliminating the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. They will never, ever stop. Last week, information made … Read more
NICS background checks for individual firearm purchases in the US jumped 40% from 2019 to 2020. That number is evidence of a trend in the American firearms industry: more people … Read more
The typical “summer slow down” continued through August, right up until last weekend, when all hell broke loose in Afghanistan. That day, and everyday since, foot traffic in our doors has been up 70% from where it was the previous 8 weeks. Why? Because the world is a less safe place than it was just over a week ago. Here’s what’s just happened, and where it seems to be headed.
Josh will teach you everything there is to know about how an AR15 rifle should work, what might break first, and how best to service, operate, maintain, and upgrade your rifle. If you’re even thinking about building an AR15, then you probably have some idea of how many different options there are. Josh has experience with just about all of them.
UPDATE: The ATF will “set forth factors considered when evaluating firearms with a attached stabilizing brace to determine whether they are considered firearms under NFA or Gun Control Act to … Read more
People ask us the question quite a bit, almost every day: “Do you handle my firearm FFL transfer?” The answer is yes, for all firearms including “NFA Items” such as suppressors, short barreled rifles, and and automatic weapons. After that very short conversation, the next question we get is, “OK, well how does that process work?” That’s what we’re getting to in this article: how to do a firearms / FFL transfer.
What’s the difference between a binary trigger and a forced reset trigger? Both are “drop in” mechanisms for standard AR-15 rifles and pistols. Both produce a near full-auto experience. Each … Read more