Weekend Photo: The AI Family

DLamz sent us a photo of his Accuracy International rifle/stock collection. They are (left to right) … Custom Remington 700 in .308win with AICS (Accuracy International Chassis System) Custom Stiller 7mm WSM with AX AICS Accuracy International Arctic Warfare (AW) in .243 Win Accuracy International AX in .308 Win. This is an impressive collection of long […] Read More … The post Weekend Photo: The AI Family appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Weekend Photo: “The Woodsman” Short Barreled Shotgun

Pete sent us photos of this beautiful custom short barrel shotgun be built. He has named it “The Woodsman”. It started life as, circa. 2000, as a Remington 870 Police Magnum. Rose Action Sports cut the barrel, crowned it and threaded it for choke tubes. Pete then added the following parts: Vang Comp front sight Stainless follower GG&G sling […] Read More … The post Weekend Photo: “The Woodsman” Short Barreled Shotgun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Ammo Prices: 10/31/2014

Week 30. Run for it. Munire has .22lr for $0.10/rd. But only 202 500rd bricks in stock (at the time of compilation of this data). Otherwise, ammo prices seem to be holding pretty constant. We do appreciate the support and constructive comments and will continue this article series as long as it is productive. As […] Read More … The post Ammo Prices: 10/31/2014 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

ASA Publicly Defends Law Making Suppressors Illegal

In a public statement, the American Suppressor Association (ASA) today defended a Texas statute that makes suppressors illegal. In a post on their website, the ASA lashed out against other organizations that are working to repeal and replace the Texas law (TPC 46.05) that makes items regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934, items like suppressors, machine guns, and short-barreled rifles and shotguns, illegal to possess, alleging that the concerns of Texas NFA owners are “fabricated”. One organization, the NFA Freedom Alliance recently announced a bill to fix TPC 46.05 by adding an exception to the law protecting NFA owners. When contacted for comment on this…
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ASA Publicly Defends Law Making Suppressors Illegal

In a public statement, the American Suppressor Association (ASA) today defended a Texas statute that makes suppressors illegal. In a post on their website, the ASA lashed out against other organizations that are working to repeal and replace the Texas law (TPC 46.05) that makes items regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934, items like suppressors, machine guns, and short-barreled rifles and shotguns, illegal to possess, alleging that the concerns of Texas NFA owners are “fabricated”. One organization, the NFA Freedom Alliance recently announced a bill to fix TPC 46.05 by adding an exception to the law protecting NFA owners….
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