Firearms

Mossberg Shockwave Quick Look

At the 2017 Sporting Hunting Outdoor Trade (SHOT) show, Mossberg released something that I knew was going to be a huge seller: A 14″ Barreled 590 Pump Shotgun that does not need a National Firearms Act (NFA) tax stamp because it falls outside the definition of shotgun as well as…

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Kolbe v. Hogan

Earlier this year, the en banc 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals basically decided to make up their own standard for deciding on 2nd Amendment protections.  They decided that Maryland’s ban on military-style “assault” rifles is constitutional regardless of the standard of scrutiny because the Second Amendment does not give there…


Half-Cocked: Dismantling NFA ’34 for Short Barrelled Weapons

For those unaware of firearms regulations, the National Firearms Act of 1934 severely regulated rifles and shotguns of a certain barrel and overall length, amongst other things. However rifles and shotguns above the respective lengths were not regulated. Handguns, which are much shorter and more concealable than short barrelled rifles…