The SAP-6 shotgun is a magazine-fed short-barrel shotgun manufactured by Dagger in Turkey and imported to Canada by Tactical Imports. I’ve had one in my safe for the past 3 months and have enjoyed tinkering with it. After first being...Show More Summary
Brian, a photographer and graphic artist, sent us this nifty photo of his AK47 Yugo Zastava N-PAP. He is using a Midwest Industries optics mount with a Vortex Strikefire scope. Thanks Brian. The post POTD: AK47 Yugo Zastava N-PAP appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
For $21,000 in attorney fees, plus such damages as may be proven at trial, in an action charging that the city's gun ordinances violate the Pennsylvania preemption statute....
Like most states with a feral hog population, Georgia has relatively lax regulations on hunting invasive swine. Yet that does not mean that there are no restrictions at all---especially on public land. Currently, sportsmen are restricted to certain wea...
A sneak peak of the new SureFire Warcomp was posted by SoldierSystems recently. It’s a pretty interesting design in that it’s both a flash hider and a compensator. They’ll be available in both 5.56 and 7.62 versions and will function with the SureFire SOCOM Suppressor. Check it out in action below. Show More Summary
One of the most historically significant items up for auction at James D. Julia this season is Elmer Keith’s famous Single Action Army revolver – the “Number 5?, about which was written in 1929 an article by Keith, titled “The Last Word”. Show More Summary
Alien Gear Holsters is running a giveaway to win a $50 Gift Card. All you have to do is follow Alien Gear Holsters on Pinterest and pin their photo to be entered. Nathaniel F did a review back in January, and since then a few other reviews...Show More Summary
Gabor, who writes at KaliberInfo.hu, sent us this photo of the brand new Slovenian pistol, the Arex Rex Zero1. It looks like a pretty nifty pistol. He wrote.. Arex Rex Zero1 9 mm Luger (18+1) pistol. New Slovenian (NOT Slovakian!) pistol,...Show More Summary
Andy Moore of Lanark, Ontario, sent us this account of his favorite gun. To share your own, email us at email@example.com or submit them to our Facebook page. We want to know the story of your favorite gun, and what makes it special to you. Show More Summary
When she’s not shooting, Hlebinsky likes to hike, camp, and fish. Photographs of Hlebinsky Courtesy of Michael Ives Outdoor Life: How did your interest in firearms begin? Ashley Hlebinsky: It was a circuitous route. I didn’t grow up around firearms. Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon When it comes to written works on shed hunting, there’s typically not a whole lot of literary value. Pull up a random shed hunting article and you’re usually going to see some kind of “how-to” piece, a few...
After finding and posting up on the Martin Designs‘ Hammer before Christmas, Mr. Martin contacted TFB himself to say thank you and offered a Hammer for our review. Not one to turn down drinking accoutrements, I happily accepted the offer and relished to opportunity to “test” the Hammer in real-world conditions. Show More Summary
Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Outfitter Report - Africa was good to this German hunter It has been a good start to our season. We just dropped off our first hunter, who was from Germany at the airport. Show More Summary
Story here. This is the case that struck down the GCA ban on interstate handgun sales by licensed dealers. The government asked for a sixty-day stay so it could consider whether to appeal. We all know it's going to appeal,...
After we published two blog posts by Craig Dougherty recently here on BBZ—Will Winter Wipe Out Your Deer Herd? and Feeding Deer? The Ugly Winter of 2015—Dougherty received this note and the below photographs from a hunting buddy in Rochester, N.Y. Show More Summary
National Geographic tested this question. How many balloons do you think it takes to stop a.44 magnum? The post How Many Water Balloons To Stop A.44 Mag? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
ARmA 15 has made a lockable wall mount for a standard AR15 rifle. The gun is inserted into the ARmA15 wall mount and using a padlock, the gun is secured. Even if someone were to rip the wall mount off the wall, the gun stays secured. The only downside is that the gun cannot be […] Read More … The post ARmA 15 Wall Mount appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
What is the most epic picture you've ever pulled from a trail cam? Did it involve four different species, a life or death battle, and perhaps the most stunningly clear case of opportunism caught in the wild? There's a lot going on in this picture, but...
It'll be at the NRA annual meeting in Nashville, on April 11. And how often can you satisfy your CLE requirement while watching Massad Ayoob share the stage with Instapundit? I've read some of Massad's advice to defense attorneys, and...
TFB’s IDEX 2015 coverage is courtesy of Giorgio, who traveled to Abu Dhabi for the show, and provided all photos and information. Kalashnikov Concern, whose products are now forbidden fruit in the USA, was also present at IDEX, exhibiting a mix of old products and new. Show More Summary