H.R.1808 – Assault Weapons Ban of 2022

Last week, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee advanced flawed legislation prohibiting the sale of commonly-owned rifles, shotguns, handguns, and standard capacity magazines. In addition, the committee also approved legislation to repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) and to put law enforcement in danger by allowing the public release of sensitive law enforcement data on crime firearms. The full House of Representatives could vote on both bills this week! It is unclear if Speaker Pelosi has the votes needed to pass the bills at this moment, so you must call your U.S. Representative TODAY and urge a “NO” vote on H.R. 1808, the so-called “Assault Weapons Ban” of 2022, and H.R. 2814, the so-called “Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act.”

Ruger 57 Safety Bulletin

Potentially affected pistols include any Ruger-57 pistol with a serial number of 642-26274 or lower (including all Ruger-57 pistols with a “641” prefix). If your Ruger-57 pistol is within this range (641-00000 to 642-26274), you should follow the inspection procedure outlined below to determine whether your pistol requires a retrofit. Ruger-57 pistols with a serial number of 642-26275 and above are not affected by this Safety Bulletin.

More information available at Ruger:

Printable Safety Bulletin:

Kiosk Scanner

ATF 41F is around the corner and we have already started to prepare. To make the buying process as simple as possible for suppressors we are installing a Secure Identity Documentation Kiosk. We should have it up and running by the ATF 41F July 13th deadline.