Undefeated championship boxer, Sergey Kovalev, defends his title this Saturday in Las Vegas against his top-ranked contender Nadjib Mohammedi.
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The Associated Press (AP) has explained the agency’s decision to distribute a photo—and later take it down—depicting a handgun being pointed at Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s forehead.
Shooter’s Log Contributor and President of the Crime Prevention Research Center President John R. Lott recently explained how actor Vince Vaughn’s defense of the Second Amendment was spot-on, in particular about how to stop mass shootings.
Decoration Day started after the Civil War to honor the Union and Confederate soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
ATF Director B. Todd Jones proves he is “a man of change” by announcing his decision to step down from his position at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
In early 2012, Milwaukee, Wisconsin resident Chauncey Wright—a man suffering from brain damage, mental disabilities and with half that
Cheaper Than Dirt!’s The Chronicle newsletter and The Shooter’s Log blog provide much of the best editorial in the
Cheaper Than Dirt!, America’s leading outfitter of shooting, hunting, archery and water sports equipment and supplies, with over 100,000 offerings, proudly announces it will now offer new products from Rock River, Weatherby, Heritage, Smith & Wesson, Taurus and Winchester gun safes.
It really irks me every time I read Shannon Watts Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense in America’s leader describe members of Open Carry Texas as rapists. It makes me just as sick to hear threats of sexual violence against Ms. Watts. Though I do not believe that Shannon Watts is all that trustworthy, I don’t doubt for a second she has received threats to her life.
Public ranges can be overwhelming to the first-time female shooter, as they can often be crowded, loud and intimidating. Throughout this season of “Love At First Shot,” Natalie Foster of Girl’s Guide to Guns helps to answer some of the most common questions that women have when they head to the shooting range for the first time.
For many women who are brand new to the world of firearms, taking the first step can sometimes seem like a giant leap into the unknown. The more armed these women can be—with information, that is—the more enjoyable their first shooting experience will be.
I attend a great deal of both outdoor trade shows and consumer shows over the course of a given year, with many of them concentrated between January and April. Recently, I attended the annual Shot Show in Las Vegas, the National Rifle Association great outdoors show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and the 2014 Pheasant Fest in Milwaukee Wisconsin. I was fortunate at each of these events to meet with numerous hunters, outdoorsmen and women and discuss some of the issues of today facing today’s hunters.
In Guns Across the Border: How and Why the U.S. Government Smuggled Guns into Mexico, author Mike Detty documents how the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) ran a series of “gun walking” sting operations that failed to stop Mexican gun smuggling cartels — and even aided the cartels’ efforts.
Today I am taking a break from the 30 days of preparing series to pay homage to Ireland’s most famous gun maker, John Rigby.
The geopolitical propaganda that is spreading about Ukraine is hard for the U.S.-based observer to decipher, so we will not try to unravel the details. But by some estimates, snipers from the now-deposed Ukraine government shot between 70 and 100 protesters in the streets. And further upheaval seems guaranteed, whether as a civil war or by invasion.
We often run stories in The Shooter’s Log that point out what anti-gun politicians are doing in some states, and those politicians richly deserve the opprobrium Cheaper Than Dirt! commenters heap on them. But more worrisome is: What if anti-gun pols are merely doing what their constituencies want?