Becoming better at competitive shooting isn’t just about having the latest, greatest gear. It also involves preparation, practice, good organization, and the proper mindset. To learn more about how we can boost our shooting skills, we sat down with John Hatcher of Sun and Shadow and discussed his company, lessons he’s learned about competitive shooting, and any advice he could share.
The new individual weapon for the new Ranger battalions and elements of the Royal Marines Commandos has been selected by the United Kingdom as the Knight’s Armament Company KS-1. The KS-1 s KAC’s new dimple-barreled flagship rifle with an E3.2 bolt, with it replacing the next iteration of the SR-16. In September 2023, the British … Read more
Just what is a “Special Purpose Rifle” or SPR and why are these sorts of AR builds becoming increasingly popular? To find out more we reached out to Alex Hartmann from Ridgeline. His company focuses heavily on long-range shooting, as well as producing high quality, ultra reliable Special Purpose Rifle (SPR) builds. We talk with Alex about what Ridgeline offers, precision shooting at distance, and what makes for a high quality Special Purpose Rifle (SPR) build.
This week, House Republicans are working to prevent the enforcement of the Biden administration’s recent rule, which imposes stricter regulations on pistol stabilizing braces and is considered an overreach of federal power. The rule, named Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached Stabilizing Braces, came into effect on January 31 after being approved by the Bureau … Read more
Via SB Tactical Bradenton, Fla. (February 9, 2023) – SB Tactical, in conjunction with the Firearms Regulatory Accountability Coalition (FRAC), B&T USA, Rick Cicero, and a massive coalition of states, has filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) challenging the legality of a federal rule that reverses a decade of … Read more
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has released new guidelines for determining whether a firearm with a pistol stabilizing brace should be classified as a short-barreled rifle. The rule, known as “Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Pistol Stabilizing Braces,” sets out specific criteria that the ATF will use to make this determination. … Read more
On Friday, an en banc panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the bump stock ban instituted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) cannot be upheld because it conflicts with federal law. The full court voted 13-3 to overturn a December 2021 panel decision supporting the ban, stating … Read more