Month: July 2018

Milano, a member of the NoRA group whose aim it is to protest the National Rifle Association along with the gun industry, has dedicated time this week to condemning 3-D printed gun technology. (Photo: Alyssa Milano/Twitter) The former “My Name is Earl” actress and current gun control activist denounced the increased availability of 3-D printed
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Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman certified the I-1639 ballot referendum for the November General Election but said “concerns remain” about the legality of its signature sheets. (Photo: Wyman’s office) Supporters of Initiative 1639 were approved to put a list of gun restrictions in front of voters on Friday, triggering new legal challenges by Second
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Members of Vista Outdoor’s leadership team present a check for more than $146,000 to the Veterans Community Project (Photo: PRNewsfoto/Vista Outdoor Inc.) Vista Outdoor raised more than $146,000 for a homeless veteran’s charity based in Kansas City earlier this month. The Veteran’s Community Project will use the funds to build “tiny house” communities and provide
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The Hidden Hybrid Holster AIWB with claw pairs well with the compact size of the Smith & Wesson Shield in 9mm. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Hidden Hybrid Holsters quietly entered the holster market boasting a variety of hybrid style holsters for consumers who prefer to blend Kydex and leather. The holsters, available in OWB and IWB
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ATF Firearms Specialist Richard Vasquez is surrounded by a cache of firearms in the gun vault on March 5, 2010, at the ATF National Tracing Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Vasquez has since retired from the agency. (Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Gun traces spiked double digits in 2017, according to federal
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