The instructions on the forms are straight forward. You’re told how to fill out the documents with a long list of instructions on how to SBR a pistol.
Iowa is NO LONGER one of six states that do not recognize our precious Second Amendment rights in their constitutions.
The Freedom Amendment, if approved by voters, will add the right to keep & bear arms to Iowa’s state constitution. Flip the ballot over & vote for Iowa’s Freedom Amendment.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT. Flip the ballot over and vote for Iowa’s Freedom Amendment.
The pressure being applied to American citizens by the unaccountable Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives is enough to pulverize you into dust.
No one forgets the surge of patriotism and unity we experienced as a nation, even if it only lasted for a short time.
I’d like to share with you a modern-day story of David and Goliath. If I were to mention 1 Samuel 17, the biblically literate among you would know the tale. I highly recommend reading it.
Monroe County, Iowa, loses & agrees to pay the Iowa Firearms Coalition $100,000 in restitution for violating the 1st Amendment rights of the pro-gun nonprofit & one of their members.
I haven’t heard a lot about the What Would Stoner Do 2020 Rifle offering from Brownells and I think there ought to be more buzz on this innovative AR rifle.
When I heard that Nighthawk Custom offered a drop-in 1911 trigger (DTS – Drop-in Trigger System), I was actually kind of surprised. I shouldn’t have been though. The DTS is great!
As Second Amendment advocates, we tend to be more caring than our anti-gun counterparts. They often, if rarely, agree with this, but that’s the truth.
Why, do we consistently grind all the good guys into the dirt with layer upon layer of useless laws, regulations, ordinances, & rules when only WE follow the laws?
Be careful that we’re not using a highly successful propaganda tool by the folks who hate liberty & despise freedom. There is no such thing as a ghost gun.
Our astute President has just told all FFLs we should have been burning every shred of documentation older than 20 years whether he realized it or not.
Hundreds of pro-Second Amendment Iowans from across the Hawkeye State will descend on the Capitol on February 24th 2022 for “Second Amendment Day”!
There is no foundation for a Ford v Chevy debate left in my mind at this point. The 556 and the 300BO ammo rounds are two completely different animals.
If you’ve ever tried to do any real wet-work or hunting, even when suppressed, there is a ton of noise from pulling the trigger. Hello, 300 ACC ammunition.
Imagine you take a popular weapon system, mess with the projectile powder, stuff in a 30cal bullet. That’s a horribly simplistic explanation of 300 ACC Ammunition.
Constituents must let Ernst know things like federal grants to fund gun seizures, Red Flags confiscation orders, funding to further gun control aren’t what we want.
What is that? You want to drop off your NFA item for a quick repair? Well, get ready to navigate some crazy double talk, government bureaucracy, and dangerous murky waters.
We call it Memorial Day, but it was Decoration Day for a Reason…
Iowa has become the 19th state in this great nation to embrace and codify Constitutional Carry into their state law. The right to carry guns expands again in America!
Sure, I have my favorites, just as anyone does. But, what home defense weapon accessories work for me may not work for you, and there are quantifiable reasons why in most cases.
Each time you hear somebody blathering on about “safe” this or “safe” that, you should seriously be questioning all of it.
Can adding an optic, like the Trijicon RMR, on your handgun aid your shooting performance? The answer in most cases is Yes.
Building up your own Glock 19. Consider a ‘build-up’ as a workaround for sought after weapons in short supply.
For the unfortunate owners of the Q product and pistol braces, I wish I had better news for you.
Once the dust settles from the covid19 scare, the virtue-signaling protagonists will fall into two camps.
The Brownells BRN-180 upper performed. It shot well. It was simple to configure. It ran suppressed and unsuppressed equally well.
We covered the build-up and parts of the BRN-180S in the first part of this series, here we cover application, function, performance, and some ergonomics.