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The History of the NFA and Silencers

Posted by Kris Vermillion on 3 months ago

Have you ever wondered why the government chooses to fine you $200 for the right to own a silencer?

The guys at T.REX Arms have put together an amazing video on the history of the silencer and how it came to be so heavily regulated by the NFA.

SPOILER ALERT: The Government is stupid.

Watch it now right here.

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The Difference Between 5.56 & .223

Posted by Kris Vermillion on 8 months ago

The factors that separate the 5.56 NATO round from the .223 Remington are so small, yet so significant.

They provide countless hours of conversation on gun counters and internet forums, and if misunderstood they could provide a really bad day on the range.

So what are the differences between 5.56 NATO and .223 Remington and can you own one rifle and shoot both?

This article will clear it all up for you right here, right now.


Magazine And Bump Stock Ban: Will the people comply?

Posted by Kris Vermillion on 9 months ago

With the blessing of both the NRA and President Trump, the ATF has suddenly discovered a new interpretation of the National Firearms Act of 1934. The latest epipheny finds that somehow the legislation from 1934 prohibits bump stock devices which were introduced to the market in 2010 and considered perfectly legal until 2018. Weird how that works.

Bump stocks have been banned because the government believes they are the only way to fire semi-automatic weapons at an accelerated rate. Apparently they've never heard of belt loops. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, states that bump stocks fall within the definition of machine guns, which are so heavily regulated by federal firearms law that ownership might as well be explicitly banned. The rule is now in effect and owners of the bump stock firearms accessory have until March 16, 2019, to either destroy or surrender them, or become an overnight felon.

Will the American people comply?


Shot Show Day 4 - PSA AR15 New Calibers

Posted by Kris Vermillion on 9 months ago

Palmetto State Armory packed heavy for SHOT Show 2019, bringing a plethora of new rifles as well as refinements to our current lineup to show off in Vegas.

Though the AK-E, AK-74 and AK-V were all highlights during our time here, we also received very positive feedback on a new series of AR-15 rifles.

Palmetto State Armory has begun testing and development on the .450 Bushmaster and .458 SOCOM calibers that will accompany our 6.8 SPCII rifle as the go-to choice for hunters looking to chase their game of choice with the ease of use the AR15 platform provides.