Guns in Oil

Some time ago, we learned of Randall Sappington.  What drew our attention to him was a couple of posts in the “Religion of Arms” Facebook group.  What appeared to be staged photographs of Historical Firearms were actually paintings….his paintings.  Once we knew what it was that we were looking at, we were blown away.

Bumpstocks

In light of recent events, I felt it was time to bring out an article that I wrote back in May about bumpstocks. Oh bump stocks… Bump stocks are stupid …

My how we have grown

Will you join the fight to save our rights from being infringed upon? In a very short period of time our group has grown to a group that can start to make a difference. The change that we seek will only happen with your help.

FMJ vs Hollow Points

In 2018, I’m not sure why this is even a matter of debate. Especially with the highway of knowledge called the internet. FMJs shouldn’t be carried; even in states (I’m …

FMJ vs Hollow Points

In 2018, I’m not sure why this is even a matter of debate. Especially with the highway of knowledge called the internet. FMJs shouldn’t be carried; even in states (I’m only aware of New Jersey but there could be others) where hollow point use isn’t allowed. Finding that better option will take time on your part, but in the end, you will have yourself a round that is more efficient at stopping an attacker than your bulk-bought ball ammo.

Ruger SR1911 in 10mm – You Gotta See This

The Ruger SR1911 retails at $1,019 however local gun stores have it available for right around $750. Its features include; a five-inch bushingless bull-barrel, full-length guide rod, rubber grips, (2) eight-round magazines, skeleton trigger and hammer, a 70’s series (without a firing pin block) 5.75-pound trigger and target sights with the rear being adjustable. Other features include a flat mainspring housing, extended beavertail, and a non-textured front strap on the grip. All things considered, the Ruger SR1911 10mm is a loaded package that’s put together with typical Ruger Firearms quality.