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A lot has transpired in the firearms industry from July to September of 2021, and it can get a bit overwhelming to keep up with all the news and updates. To keep you informed, we have rounded up all the relevant updates around gun regulations, plus any other gun news that might interest you from the last quarter. Read on to learn more.
Homeowners go through an extensive process of finalizing every little detail about their dream abode, from tiling to decor to interiors and everything in between, but overlook a fool-proof home defense plan. As a result, they leave the inhabitants of the house vulnerable to outside threats. By the time they find out, the worst may already have happened.
A shotgun, also referred to as a scattergun, is a long-barreled firearm that shoots a shotshell. Over the years, shotguns have become quite popular in sporting tournaments, hunting, and a reliable firearm for home defense. Some shotgun shells only contain a slug (a single large projectile) whereas others carry numerous spherical pellets of “shot.”
The whole purpose of a sidearm is to serve as a reliable backup weapon when your primary weapon malfunctions, is out of range, or is out of rounds. Selecting a sidearm is no joke; every gun owner needs to invest enough time to research a quality sidearm. Is a revolver more effective, or does a pistol make more sense? You need to take a good look at what matters to you most.
Rifles have become the most reliable weapon since their inception in the early 1700s. Over the years, rifles have become a favorite amongst gun enthusiasts. However, when it comes to rifle types, there's a lot of information out there, and honestly, it can be a bit overwhelming browsing through all that data. Some rifle types that get a lot of attention, like automatic rifles, aren’t generally legal on the US market and won’t be part of your buying consideration.
While The United States as a whole allows guns, individual states have their own rules when it comes to concealed carry, who can do it, and when and where it’s permitted. This is the essence of concealed carry “reciprocity” – how your home state’s gun rules translate over into other states willing to acknowledge your firearms training and carrying credentials.