Last week, The Shooter’s Log, covered the reaction from firearm owners and supporters of the Second Amendment to YETI’s decision to no longer support the NRA. Disgruntled patrons expressed their ire in a number of ways including blowing up YETI products with Tannerite, burning them, placing toilet seats and on them (and doing what naturally comes next), and destroying and defiling them in several other creative ways. However, Marion Hammer, USF Executive Director and NRA Past President, wants you to keep and express your opinion in a completely different way. After all, you have already spent the money and YETI and has already reaped the profits.
Kel-Tec has discovered a potential issue with the Sub-2000 rifle. Although it only affects a limited number of firearms, all sub-2000 rifle owners are advised to stop use until they can determine whether their firearm is affected and/or repaired. Here is the full recall notice from Kel-Tec.
If you’ve been in social media “jail,” or on a temporary break from Facebook and the national news, you may not have heard that YETI severed its ties with the National Rifle Association, at the cost of a significant amount of controversy. The issue was brought to light by a letter from NRA director and past president Marion Hammer.
“For years YETI Coolers have been a hot item for sportsmen at the Friends of NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction events around the country.”
The LifeStraw personal water filter is perfect for hikers, backpackers, campers, travelers, hunters and survivalists and should be included in every bug-out bag or
According to the ATF, 744,047 about 750,000 revolvers are manufactured each year. That’s a lot wheel guns. Most would put Ruger or Smith and Wesson on the list, but if neither of those two took the #1 spot, which gun did? Here are the top 5 revolvers by the numbers.
Maverick Arms has discovered a manufacturing error that resulted in some shotguns being chambered as being rated for 3 1/2-inch shells inappropriately. Here is the full release from Maverick Arms, with instructions on determining whether your Maverick Hunter is subject to the recall and how to return it to Maverick for replacement.
I am sure many of you have already read internet chatter or watched a YouTube video regarding the SIG P320 failing drop tests. This is true, false, and somewhere in between. To be honest, this is not “new” news. Word spread at the 2017 NRA Show about the SIG P320 having a trigger issue.
If you were looking for that last little nudge or excuse to buy the Smith and Wesson M&P you have had you eye on, we have the rebate for you!
“Because when it comes to my offspring, I will fight with the fangs of a wolf and the claws of a dragon. And no one, or nothing will stop me from protecting them.” -Jordan Sarah Weatherhead
Quality optics are hard to beat. Today, several manufacturers produce optics that look clear and bright from a quick glance at the retail counter. However, the quality really begins show as you spend more time behind the glass at a sporting event, shooting range, or when hunting, but that is the beginning of a new story.
In this video, Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield, goes over the civil implications of
This is always a popular topic and generated a lot of interest in the comment section of the blog lately, so we thought we would republish this post from a couple of years ago.
Everyone knows that politics have an effect on laws, and laws can have an effect on gun function (such as
Let’s just keep this simple and say, buy a Browning and get some cash back! Okay, okay, there are a few details and disclaimers from Browning, but the main idea is that you can get new shotgun, rifle, or pistol you have been pining over or saving up for and get between $50 and $100 back from Browning for a limited time.
The Mosin Nagant is one of the most famous battle rifles of the 20th century and one of the few that