National Reciprocity

About this time last year I wrote on the National Reciprocity Bill and where it stood. You can find that information here. Since then, there has been some newsworthy movement. In early December, before completing the tax overhaul legislation, the US House passed two important votes for National Reciprocity. First, the House amended the clean National Reciprocity Read More …

The Shockwave and Stakeout

The Mossberg Shockwave made a splash earlier this year and now Saurez International is offering the similar Stakeout based off of the Remington 870. These two firearms are “birds-head grip” shotguns with barrels slightly longer than 14 inches. Each is pump operated with an overall length slightly longer than 26 inches. And neither is considered a firearm Read More …

NFA Amnesty?

In 1968 Congress opened a thirty (30) day amnesty period where any person possessing an unregistered NFA firearm could register said NFA firearm for free and without liability for any previous violations of the law. During this time hundreds of firearms were registered including many war trophies. The actual law allowed for up to ninety days and Read More …