How to go Featureless Before June 30

As the June 30 deadline fast approaches for AR-15 and other rifle owners to register, going featureless is another option to avoid registration. June 30 is the last day before the law changes and requires AR-15 owners to be compliant with the new laws and regulations. The State of California is mandating three options: go

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Online Ammo Sales Are Up And Running

California’s latest action against the gun industry has left many furious, especially when it concerns ammunition. For those not up to date, purchasing ammo includes transfers of ammunition between buyer and seller now need to be “face to face.” Lawful gun owners will eventually need to undergo a background check to purchase ammunition. In addition,

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Guest Blog: Howdah You Do? – Something Else California Anti Gun Politicians Are Stealing From You

To bring our readers and customers a variety of interesting and educational information, will feature contributions from various members of our gun community. This week, Joe Drammissi, board member of the San Diego County Gun Owners PAC, writes about another pistol taken away by the state of California. Often when we discuss the assault on

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ICYMI: SAFE MAG makes reloading a breeze

As the AR-15 rifle is under heavy assault from California lawmakers for “evil features,” as coined by gun and Second Amendment supporters, Cross Armory provides a solution for those new laws and regulations concerning AR-15 and M4 rifle owners. The SAFE MAG allows rifle users to effectively release the magazine through a fixed magazine (watch

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