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New York Suspends Pistol Permitting, Shuts Down Remington in Response to COVID-19

States across the country have swiftly adopted draconian measures to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, including an indefinite suspension of their citizens' Second Amendment rights. New York has taken some of the most extreme measures.

Dec 29, 2020 by Guns America Digest
Politics News
GunBroker - The Best Site to Buy a Gun Online
Bid on and buy guns, or even list your own gun for sale. Great deals on ammo at auction, or buy it now! Ship to your local FFL dealer for firearms pickup. 
Dec 10, 2020 by Tectract
Sports Blogs
Gun Review: Bond Arms Bullpup 9mm | The Truth About Guns

The Bond Arms Bullpup started out life as the Boberg XR9. TTAG reviewed Boberg's ballistic bauble back in 2012. We were not impressed. The author's jam-o-matic experience would soon be shared by Boberg customers. While the design was interesting, the XR9 wasn't ready for prime time. Enter Gordon Bond .

Dec 29, 2020 by Jon Wayne Taylor - Bond Arms
Sports Blogs
15 Best 50 BMG Rifles For Sale in 2020

You have to be a special kind of person to really need a 50 BMG rifle... But then want and need are entirely different things. You might just want to tick that 50 Cal box. You might want to know what it feels like to own the ultimate weapon.

Dec 13, 2020 by Nick at USA Gun Shop
Sports Blogs
U.S. tests ways to sweep space clean of radiation after nuclear attack

The U.S. military thought it had cleared the decks when, on 9 July 1962, it heaved a 1.4-megaton nuclear bomb some 400 kilometers into space: Orbiting satellites were safely out of range of the blast. But in the months that followed the test, called Starfish Prime, satellites began to wink out one by one, including the world's first communications satellite, Telstar.

Dec 28, 2019 by Science | AAAS
Science & Medicine News
Fallout from Russia's mysterious missile disaster suggests a nuclear reactor blew up

Russia's state weather agency said on Monday that a cloud of radioactive gases that swept across a Russian town earlier this month was produced by fast-decaying radioactive isotopes released by an explosion at the Nyonoksa testing range. Though Russia's explanations for what occurred have varied, the blast has been tied to a failed missile test.

Aug 27, 2019 by Ryan Pickrell via Business Insider
World News



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