AZRifleman offers basic marksmanship course for your AR15.
02 Dec 2016

Basic Rifle Marksmanship (BRM) Series for your AR15- Intro

Check these guys out! AZRi­fle­man brings a great intro class to shoot­ing the AR15. We’re real­ly look­ing for­ward to see­ing this blog grow and con­tin­ue to offer great tips. We know there are a lot of first time gun own­ers and begin­ner shoot­ers out there. These guys are offer­ing great

Active Response Shooter Training Free Course
09 Sep 2016

Free Course: Active Shooter Response Training

Free for every­body. Online now. The threat of indis­crim­i­nate gun vio­lence hasn’t dimin­ished. The goal of this course is to help low­er the body count by equip­ping peo­ple with the lat­est life-sav­ing knowl­edge. Built with the assis­tance of nation­al sub­ject mat­ter experts from the law enforce­ment com­mu­ni­ty, this free online

The AR15 is perfect for home defense.
06 Sep 2016

Top 5 Reasons Why People Love To Own Their Own AR-15

Amer­i­cans love our AR-15s. Among gun advo­cates, they’re one of the most pop­u­lar firearms on the mar­ket and for very good rea­son. Regard­less of what your rea­son­ing behind own­ing a firearm is, the AR-15 fits the bill and will not dis­ap­point. Here are five rea­sons why. 1.) They’re per­fect for

Maj Toure Founder of Black Guns Matter
25 Aug 2016

Black Gun Rights Activist Launches ‘Black Guns Matter’

From Bre­it­bart — Gun rights activist Maj Toure is seek­ing to edu­cate his fel­low black cit­i­zens on the impor­tance of the Sec­ond Amend­ment, gun own­er­ship, and gun safe­ty via his new group, “Black Guns Mat­ter” (BGM). The launch of BGM “kicked off a planned 13-city tour, with sim­i­lar events in cities

Rcoil Web Presents RECOILtv.
23 Aug 2016

Behold RECOILtv

And there was much rejoic­ing. What can you expect from RECOILtv? In one sin­gle, pre­cise word: Splen­difer­i­calex­imious­lyprestanta­tious­ness1. Our goal is to enter­tain, edu­cate, edi­fy, enthrall, and per­haps even enlight­en you. Let’s face it, con­ven­tion­al media out­lets are cen­sor­ing the kind of infor­ma­tion free­­dom-lov­ing Amer­i­cans have enjoyed for years. Some­body had to

Kimberly Corban, Rape Survivor, Gun Rights Activist
15 Aug 2016

It’s Easier To Blame Firearms Than Actually Work On Issues

Den­ver, Col­orado–When you hear a Demo­c­rat, espe­cial­ly an anti-gun Democ­rats, use the term “com­mon sense,” you know that you’re about to hear a pref­ace to yet anoth­er pro-gun con­trol pol­i­cy pre­scrip­tion. From Pres­i­dent Oba­ma to Sen­ate Democ­rats, “com­mon sense” is what’s attached to every one of their pro­pos­als that the

12 Aug 2016

Columbine: The “Pearl Harbor” of Active Shooter Events

From  Evo­lu­tion­ary Event in Response Pro­to­cols Just like the attack per­formed by Charles Whit­man in Austin, Texas from “The Texas Tow­er” in 1966, the attack per­formed by Har­ris and Kle­bold in Lit­tle­ton, Col­orado at Columbine High School in 1999 had a long term major impact on law enforce­ment response

Mike Vanderboegh, of Pinson, Ala., mimicked holding a rifle as he spoke under a Capitol portico during a rally by gun-rights advocates in 2015 in Olympia, Wash. File photo by Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
11 Aug 2016

The Original #III%-er Dies At 64

Mike Van­der­boegh, a long­time leader in the “Patri­ot” move­ment, died Wednes­day in Alaba­ma after a lengthy bat­tle with can­cer. He was 64. Van­der­boegh also was founder of the “Three Per­centers,” who vow to use force if nec­es­sary to resist what they see as oppres­sive gun-con­trol laws. Van­der­boegh and his sup­port­ers

US SHooter Kim Rhodes
04 Aug 2016

U.S. Marksmen Stand Up For Open-Carry Rights

U.S. shoot­er Kim Rhode has a chance to tie a record for the longest con­sec­u­tive streak of medal-win­ning per­for­mances at this month‘s Olympic Games. Rio: U.S. shoot­er Kim Rhode has a chance to tie a record for the longest con­sec­u­tive streak of medal-win­n­ing per­for­mances at this month‘s Olympic Games, but

01 Aug 2016

Law Allowing Guns At Texas Colleges Begins Monday

AUSTIN, Texas — Many col­leges, includ­ing the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, will allow con­cealed hand­gun license hold­ers to car­ry their weapons into pub­lic build­ings, class­rooms and dorms start­ing Mon­day, which is also the 50th anniver­sary of the mass shoot­ing at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Texas’ land­mark clock tow­er. The cam­­pus-car­ry law pushed