President Donald Trump and NRA president Wayne LaPierre shake hands on stage at the NRA leadership forum in April. The Giffords Law Center alleges the “Washington gun lobby” exerts too much influence over Trump’s judicial nominees. (Photo: Getty Images) The Giffords Law Center sued the Department of Justice this week over claims the agency didn’t turn
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The latest offering from Hi-Lux combines close to medium range capabilities with AK-47 style. (Photo: Midway USA) AK-47s are getting a little Hi-Lux love after the optics maker announced the new CMR-762AK close to medium range scope designed specifically Kalashnikovs. Utilizing the illuminated AVS-CMR-7.62 AK reticle, the CMR-762AK features a MIL-Radian based design. Tailor made
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Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin (Photo: Sean Rayford/The State) Lawmakers in Delaware, New Jersey, and South Carolina among others are gaining ground on measures to regulate bump stock devices. On Tuesday, the Columbia City Council voted to ban the attachment of bump stocks to firearms inside that South Carolina city’s limits, though the measure does not
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Ammo Incorporated, which announced their new Streak Visual Ammunition earlier this month, has some performance videos of the non-incendiary round in action both with the lights off and on. As reported previously, while most conventional tracers utilize incendiaries to provide a visual element to shooting, the Streak ammo utilizes a non-flammable phosphor material for illumination.
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University of Arkansas officials point out that, while Act 562 will allow campus carry, it only applies to those with the enhancement, only covers concealed carry, and that other state laws prohibit the storage of guns in university facilities including residence halls. (Photo: University of Arkansas) The Arkansas Legislative Council last week approved the state’s
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Sportman’s Warehouse will open its Anderson, South Carolina location in late 2018.  (Photo: Sportman’s Warehouse/Facebook) Sportman’s Warehouse detailed plans last month to open a second location in South Carolina. The newest store will open late 2018 at a former Kmart on Clemson Boulevard in Anderson, according to a Nov. 16 press release. The outdoor retailer also operates a store
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State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on Thursday released an opinion that changes in North Dakota’s gun laws allow more people to leave guns in their cars. In a four-page opinion distributed this week, Stenehjem holds that the state’s constitutional carry law allows that an individual’s valid driver’s license or ID card is the equivalent of
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