While I am in complete agreement that the laws are unconstitutional, the truth is that violating them will not change them. It will simply result in the violator ending up in jail or prison and losing his or her gun rights permanently.
The question that keeps coming my way is, “What about the AR-15? I’ve actually had people question whether I even like ARs or even have one. Well, I do and I do.
I picked up my Saiga rifle in 7.62×39 a while back and have become totally sold on the design for a few reasons. I thought you might like to know what my reasons are…
One of the questions I get most often from students is, “How can I get a concealed carry permit in California?” I’ve been through the process in San Diego twice. The process has become a bit more challenging, but the reasons the sheriff will accept for issuance are pretty the must the same.
…two simple rules. 1) Always select a home defense gun in a caliber or gauge that you can actually hit something with. A solid hit with a .22 is better than a loud miss with a .44 Magnum. 2) Buy a quality, reliable firearm that will ALWAYS go bang. After all, the loudest sound in a gun fight is click.
Far from being dead or obsolete, revolvers are among the most popular handguns made, and for good reason. Revolvers are simple to operate, easy to shoot, ridiculously reliable, extremely accurate and chambered for powerful handgun cartridges.