Tag Archive: AR-15

Mar 19 2017

True History of Assault Rifles

Politicians and media seem like they can never stop talking about “assault rifles,” but everyone seems to have a different definition of what an assault rifle IS and what they’re they’re capable of. Alan Grayson claimed that the Pulse shooter used a rifle capable of shooting 700 rounds per minute. Carolyn McCarthy put forth legislation …

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Aug 14 2014

Federal Judge Rules AR-15, AK-47 Not Protected Under 2nd Amendment

In yet another blow to Maryland gun owners, a federal judge has ruled that AR-15s, AK-47s, and other “assault weapons” are not protected under the Second Amendment. In a 47 page opinion by U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake, the rifles are labeled “unusual and dangerous.” This is not only untrue, but somehow marks them …

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Apr 24 2014

Heizer Defense Introduces Pocket AR

Heizer Defense has been coming up with interesting variations of concealed carry pistols for some time. In 2012, it was the DoubleTap two shooter. In 2013, the company introduced the PS1 Pocket Shotgun. The PS1 is a single shot handgun chambered in .410 gauge or .45 Colt. Now, Heizer is introducing “the world’s most powerful …

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Jan 02 2014

Federal Judge Rules NY SAFE Act “Constitutional”

A federal judge has ruled that the New York SAFE Act – passed in response to Sandy Hook – does not infringe on Second Amendment rights despite banning “assault style” rifles, high capacity magazines, creating new registries, allowing (and promoting) gun confiscation, and limiting firearms to seven rounds. Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny, …

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