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Vestpak Bulletproof Backpack

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns Campus carry is noting but a dream in most institutions of higher learning. Not to mention elementary and secondary schools, too. Wheat’s a student to do if the worst happens? Short of changes to state law or school board policies, […]

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TFB REVIEW: Franklin Armory BFSIII Binary Trigger For H&K Firearms

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Firearm Blog Reviews Until about two months ago, I had no intention of ever pulling a binary trigger. Seemingly serving no useful purpose, I viewed these fire control designs as gimmicky and on par with bumpfiring at hip level using a thumb-in-a-belt-loop stance. […]

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New from Noveske: Ghetto Blaster

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns Noveske announced this morning a new lightweight AR platform chambered in either 5.56 NATO or 300 AAC Blackout dubbed the “Ghetto Blaster.” The general design for the rifle is strikingly similar to the Honey Badger from Kevin Brittingham’s new firearms […]

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A Blast From The Past: Ruger .44 Carbine

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Downrange Share This: Here’s a trivia question: What was the first Ruger rifle? Most folks will guess the 10-22, their wildly popular .22 caliber semi-automatic. While the rifle that came first looks like a 10-22 it’s actually a much more powerful .44 Magnum. Designed […]

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