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An Enfield Destroyed: The Impact of British Gun Laws

Our author saw the destruction of one veteran's Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) sniper rifle, a victim of Great Britain's inane gun laws.

Fear & Loading: Personal Info Compromised in New Zealand Gun Buyback

New Zealand has temporarily shut down its gun buyback website after officials admitted it inadvertently provided access to some participants’ personal information.

Survey: Gun Restrictions Now Among Americans' Top 5 Fears

A national survey asked about the things that frighten them the most. The No. 1 fear in the study was “corruption of government officials; No. 5 was “government restrictions on firearms and ammunition.”

Keefe Report: Another “Victory” for UK Gun Laws

Next time someone tells you how “great” the gun control laws are in the United Kingdom and that “we should look at them,” you might want to bring up Albert Patterson.

Keefe Report: “Don't Let Them Register Your Guns, Mate”

When anti-gun politicians say "they don't want to take anyone's guns away" but bring up the Australian model, or even worse the British model, they are being untruthful. The heart of Australian gun-control is the confiscation of firearms from peaceable gun owners.

American Rifleman Archives: Farewell to an Enfield

Shooters of the U.S. beware. Give way an inch to the anti-gun lobby and you'll end up like the poor folk here in Great Britain. And it's not just handguns I'm talking about. From the July 1989 American Rifleman, a British veteran says goodbye to an old friend, forced to destroy his rifle because of inane firearms laws.

Throwback Thursday: Send A Gun to Defend a British Home

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In 1940, 75 years ago, the British stood alone against Hitler’s war machine. In its plea to assist our friends across the Atlantic Ocean, the American Committee for the Defense of British Homes ran this notice in the November 1940 issue.

Throwback Thursday: Rifle Shooting in Denmark

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the August 1949 issue, Philip Sharpe laments on the hardships imposed on shooters by German occupation forces and gun registration lists.

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