"I want to express my love and gratitude to all the awesome friends I've made over the last 22 years," Vickie Gardner, VP of STUFF and Marketing for Alpen Optics, said. "Just thinking of everyone gives me a big warm feeling, puts a gigantic smile on my face and leaves me with a bittersweet heart. I want to thank each and every one of you for your loyal support and love over the years. I guess Winnie the Pooh said it best, 'How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.'"
On February 24, CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes asked the question, “For a woman, where are you going to hide that gun during the day?” He continued with another question, “If you wear a dress, if you wear a skirt, are you going to have to wear a jacket everyday with a belt and a holster the way a detective on duty would do?” Was he actually that ignorant about women carrying guns?
Modern Sporting Rifles are not assault weapons. Most gun owners believe Dick's Sporting Goods should know better. Do you agree?
Dick’s Sporting Goods, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: DKS), has announced that it will halt sales of so-called “assault-style rifles” and no longer sell firearms to anyone under age 21, and now the question: Will the nationwide chain face a backlash from gun owners?
Let's face it, if I put together a list of the top 20, 50, or even 100 pistols, I would leave somebody's favorite off the list. That's not a reflection on yours truly, as it is a nod to the manufacturers and all of the great guns on the market today. That being said, here's my list of some of the hottest new pistols for concealed carry on my wishlist, but you are free to make a case for your favorites in the comment section.
Talk about brilliant! Ruger deserves a hearty congratulations for designing and offering a Glock magazine-feed carbine—that we have been waiting for Glock to create. While, a Glock design may have looked different, the Ruger PC Carbine fills every need in a basic Glock magazine-fed carbine. As a bonus, thanks to the swappable magwell adapter design, the Ruger PC Carbine also accepts all Ruger and potentially other brand mags as well in the future.