15 Rounds of Fast, 12-Gauge Firepower
The new UTS-15 Military and Police model from UTAS, a Turkish company, is a 12 gauge bullpup pump-action shotgun also boasts dual magazine tubes that ride side-by-side above the barrel with each holding seven rounds of 2¾-inch shells of six rounds or 3-inch magnum shells. With a round in the chamber this provides the shooter with a total capacity of up to 15 rounds with no reloading and firing as fast as you can pump the action. The overall length is 29.5 inches while barrel length measured 20.5 inches. Continue reading The New UTS15 15RD Shotgun
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The state Senate approved a bill Thursday that would require people who assemble homemade guns to register the weapons and acquire serial numbers before they could legally own them.
SB808 by Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, is intended to combat the spread of undetectable guns that can fall into the hands of people who are legally barred from owning firearms under state and federal laws. Continue reading California proposal seeks to regulate homemade ‘ghost guns’
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – BB guns and pellet guns would have to look clearly different from those that fire bullets to be sold in California under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate in response to several recent shooting tragedies involving children.
Senators approved the Imitation Firearm Safety Act on a party-line 22-8 vote, although several senators from each party did not vote. It now goes to the Assembly. Continue reading California lawmakers advance bill banning imitation firearms
A new gun law proponents say helps law enforcement has driven Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger out of California, and affirmed the suspicions of firearms rights advocates that the measure is really about making handguns obsolete. Continue reading Gun fight: Smith & Wesson, Ruger quit California over stamping requirement
AUSTIN, Texas – The Wild West tradition of openly carrying your six-shooter on the street has long been banned by many cities in Texas. But the state’s next governor could change that.
Rising Democratic star and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis has joined her top Republican rival in supporting a proposed “open carry” law. It would allow people with concealed handgun licenses to wear a pistol on their hip, in full view, while in public. Continue reading Texas gov candidate Wendy Davis supports open carry law