These celebrities are certainly game to exercise their Second Amendment rights. It doesn’t surprise us to learn that stars like Robert De Niro, Marc Anthony and Clint Eastwood are cock-and-pull aficionados, but Miranda Lambert, Howard Stern and Donald Trump don’t strike us as the gun-toting type. Whether they’re a licensed carrier for the sake of …

Remember the good old days when we generally knew which politicians were bad on gun rights? Bill Clinton had foolishly convinced his colleagues that you could vote for a gun ban and remain in office or even win political favor. How wrong they turned out to be. In the wake of the Clinton “assault weapons” …

A “major production company” is now looking for gun enthusiasts (that means you) for a possible TV position. The advertisement was posted by Reality Wanted, a web-company that specializes in connecting aspiring and professional actors with production companies. According to the advertisement, it doesn’t matter where in the United States you live, they only ask …

  The shooting community places a good deal of emphasis on buying the “right” handgun for self-defense. As important as it is to select an effective firearm, all of its positive qualities are worthless if it’s locked away in a strong box somewhere when you need it. After going through all of the time and …

Schools in the Sooner State are keenly aware of what their students want.  And what is it that students want?  Well, increased access to outdoor related activities, including: archery, bow hunting, hunter safety, shotgun sports, and fishing. In an effort to meet these demands – in particular the growing demand for shotgun sports – the …

You have seen it countless times in Hollywood movies—our hero/villain finds himself/herself racing down the open highway as he/she pursues/flees from guys with guns.  When the situation gets dire, the cowboy pops open the glove compartment in their car and waiting for them is a revolver or pistol at the ready. Theatrics aside, many people still keep a handgun in their …

A New Mexico man attempted to sell a stolen antique gun to the gun trading reality show American Guns, but the only thing he managed to get out of the deal was a pair of handcuffs. A Colt Dragoon black powder revolver from the 1800s was stolen from a private museum last December. Police were unable to track down the …