Suppressor Ownership Growing In Popularity
The number of applications for a National Firearms Act (NFA) tax stamp—federally required for lawful ownership of suppressors, short-barreled rifles and similarly configured shotguns, among others—has more than doubled in the past four years.
Fear and Loading: Top 10 FFL and NFA States
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives recently released its “Firearms Commerce in the United States, Annual Statistical Update 2019.”
Book Review: The Legal Guide To NFA Firearms And Gun Trusts
One of the most useful books to come across my desk in some time is The Legal Guide To NFA Firearms And Gun Trusts.
A Look Back at the Thompson Submachine Gun
There is only a limited supply of Thompsons left, and fewer yet that can be fired. Learn the history of this iconic submachine gun.
Remington Introduces Model 870 Tac-14
Remington Arms Co. has introduced America’s best-selling shotgun of all time, the Model 870, in a Non NFA 14" barrel configuration—
Tested: Mossberg 590 Shockwave
One of America's most prolific 12-gauge manufacturers is now offering a new 14" barrel Non-NFA pump-action.
Suppressors: Taking the Bang Out of Shooting
In case you hadn’t noticed, guns are loud. A suppressor takes the report down to levels that don't damage your hearing. Here's crash course on what they do and what you have to go through to own a suppressor.
The Legality of Hollywood Guns
In the movies, you see all kinds of guns that are illegal to own—machine guns, sawed-off shotguns, silencers, etc. Most of this stuff is legal to own if it is registered under the provisions of the National Firearms Act and if you live in a state that permits it.