News|Industry News By Drew BryantJuly, 1st, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Yesterday, the Supreme Court ordered the lower courts to revisit 2nd Amendment cases involving firearm restrictions in California, New Jersey, Maryland, and […]
Snapshot|Commentary The Founding Fathers of this nation had the foresight, understanding, and intimate knowledge of the importance of the people’s right to keep and bear arms. They experienced the tyranny […]
News|Industry News Brownells is a pillar of the firearms community. Over the past 75 years the retailer has been pivotal to the growth and success of the industry and community […]
News|Industry News Over the past five to ten years it has become more and more difficult for firearms and merchants to have a bank or credit card companies process their […]
A Rebuttal To President Biden’s Statements On The Anniversary Of The Parkland Shooting & Potential Gun Control
Snapshot|Commentary Yesterday, the President released a statement on the third anniversary of the Parkland Shooting. A day in which 14 students and 3 educators lives where stripped from them in […]
Snapshot|Commentary 2020 Rewind Last year, was one of the best years for the firearms industry in recent memory. In 2020, we experienced the ramifications of the Covid pandemic, lockdowns, civil […]
Last night, Georgia held its Senate Runoff election for its two senate seats in Congress. Those two seats were crucial to both Democrats and Republicans in the next congressional term stating this year. If the Republicans maintained those seats they would continue with the senate majority, lead by Minority Leader McConnell. Giving the Republicans the ability to block potentially harmful democrat legislation. If the Democrats where to win it would create a tie in the senate. Leading to the Vice President being the tie breaker on potential legislation votes. With Kamala Harris potential the new VP, it would allow for progressive legislation to move essentially unopposed through both houses.
Recently, four New York Assembly members introduced Bill A352 to the New York Senate floor. This bill seeks to amend and add to New York penal law 270.21. This amendment of penal law 270.21 by Bill A352 would make buying and purchasing of body armor illegal to own in New York State.
News|Industry News On Friday, the ATF submitted a proposal to the Federal Register for new rules/guidance on evaluating pistol braces on firearms. The proposal seeks to evaluate AR pistol with […]
Firearms will be a heavy topic of debate and discussion during Virginia’s General Assembly session started yesterday. Democrats are now currently in control of the Virginia house, senate, and governor’s office. Democrats currently have the path forward to introduce and pass sweeping gun legislation.
On January 1st 2020 Senate Bill 705 went into effect in Tennessee. The new law is in regards to acquiring a concealed carry permit within the state. The law of allows for eligible law-abiding citizens of the state of Tennessee to forego the 8-hour conceal carry class and instead take a 90 minute online class.
This year has been filled with many twists and turns within the firearms community. It has been a year of growth, innovation, prosperity within the industry.
Back in early August the El Paso shooting happened where twenty-two people tragically lost their lives at the hands of Patrick Crusius. A month later CEO Doug McMillion released an internal memo to Wal-Mart employees regarding ending the sale of firearms and ammunition at Wal-Mart locations. The end of firearm and ammunition sales at Wal-Mart will take place once stores have depleted its current stock of both.
On Monday Pennsylvania Attorney General Shapiro held a press conference with Gov. Tim Wolfe, Pennsylvania State Police, and State Legislators on the classification of 80% receivers to be recognized as firearms under the state law.
Banning guns is not the answer. Violence will persist and people who want to do these things will find a way. Censorship is not the answer. Banning people there freedom of speech will only fuel the flames.
In Tacoma, Washington the Tacoma City Council are looking to enact a new tax on both firearms and ammunition according to The News Tribune. The vote for the new tax was initially set for October 29th but was delayed. The City Council will now vote on November 12th meeting to approve the firearm and ammunition tax.