N.J. State Police sues gun maker for $2.5M over ‘life threatening’ jams

TRENTON — The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem. The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them “life-threatening”…

Obama-era gun control regulation officially dead

An Obama-era regulation that could have prevented some Social Security recipients from buying firearms is officially dead. The Social Security Administration has withdrawn a regulation that would have required information on certain disability recipients to be sent to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, something that could make it…

New Gander Mountain CEO promises more guns, better prices

Gander Mountain’s new CEO promised Twitter followers over the weekend a bigger, better gun selection will come to the 70 or so stores slated to remain open after the company’s nationwide liquidation sale. Marcus Lemonis, who’s company Camping World paid $38 million for Gander Mountain’s intellectual property and store leases…

Gander Mountain will get a new name

The surviving Gander Mountain stores will get a new name, CEO Marcus Lemonis said Thursday. Lemonis tweeted he plans to rebrand the company as “Gander Outdoors” and will award $25,000 to a follower who creates a new logo. Lemonis tweets updates daily about the future of Gander Mountain’s 162 locations….

25 Things That Only People Who Carry Concealed Would Understand

1. When you first start carrying concealed, it feels like the entire world knows Source: http://www.securityconcerns.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/paranoid2.jpg 2. You give the most awkward hugs ever Source: http://semi-rad.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/awkward-bro-hug-2.jpg 3. This makes you scream This is a screenshot from a Hickok45 video. It was instructional, we assure you that he knows exactly what he’s doing…

Bill introduced to mandate only ‘smart’ handguns to be made within 5 years

A New York Democrat has introduced a measure to the U.S. House which would require the sale of handguns with authorized user technology. U.S. Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney reintroduced The Handgun Trigger Safety Act last week which pushes “smart guns” by ordering within five years that all newly manufactured handguns…

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