The Hearing Protection Act has been delayed indefinitely by Congress after Sunday night’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.Following Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, Congress has decided to have the Hearing Protection Act shelved while the rest of the bill moves forward.
Trijicon is celebrating its soon-to-be-produced one millionth ACOG with 24 Days of ACOG Sweepstakes.
The security and personal safety brand is launching a consumer-education campaign to set the record straight on false stun gun claims.
The run so far has been on weapons that would be regulated under a new version of the Assault Weapons Ban in addition to magazines and ammunition for those firearms. Some customers are purchasing in bulk; speculators who hope to cash in on short supply and rising prices as we saw in earlier panics.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation helps walk us through changes to the rules on transfers for suppressors and other NFA items for both trusts and individuals.
The makers of one of the world’s best known electronic weapon sights has settled a lawsuit brought by the U.S. government after special operations troops and federal law enforcement agencies reported the sights failed in certain conditions.