BREAKING: California Judge Reinstates ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Ban As of 5pm Friday

In response to a motion from the California Department of Justice, US District Court Judge Roger Benitez, who issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of California’s “high capacity” magazine ban, has just issued a stay of his own injunction. That means that the window for ordering standard capacity magazines is closing. His order goes into […]

Guns Save Life Grassroots Gun Rights Comes to Decatur, IL

On Wednesday evening, Guns Save Life, the Illinois grassroots gun rights group, launched its seventh monthly meeting location in Decatur, IL. Nearly 150 people turned out to experience first-person gun rights activism. And GSL didn’t disappoint. Even before the meeting started, attendees enjoyed hearing from a Guns Save Life member Senator Chapin Rose. He now […]

Ruger’s New Security-9 Compact 9mm Pistol

Just in time for the NRA Annual Meeting, Ruger’s just announced the new concealed carry-focused Security-9 Compact pistol (read Jeremy’s review of the full size model here). It packs 10+1 rounds (15+1 with an extended magazine) has drift-adjustable sights and MSRPs for an affordable $379. Here’s Ruger’s press release . . . Ruger Introduces New […]

Gun Review: Kimber EVO SP (TLE) 9mm

Kimber is a company best known for its 1911-format pistols, both large and small. So when I heard they were dipping their toe [back] into the striker-fired sub-compact world, I admit to having some reservations. After all, the Kimber Solo didn’t exactly earn a good reputation, going from shiny new object of affection to discredited, unreliable […]

ATF Acting Director Thomas Brandon Announces Retirement

Thomas Brandon, the ATF’s Deputy Director, has been the agency’s Acting Director since 2015. The agency has been without a confirmed Director for nine out of the last 13 years. Now Brandon has announced his retirement as the end of this month. TTAG hears other departures may be in the works for the agency as […]

How I Became an Anti-Gunner

By Bill Frady In 1976, my family had moved across the state. I’d left all of my friends behind. In December of that year I had the chance to go back for the Christmas holidays and spend a week at my best buddy’s house. We’ll call him T. We’d planned and plotted what we’d do […]