Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Guns America Magazine

Guns America is a sales site, where interested individuals can find guns for sale. Yes, Mildred, it's all legal and no, you can't buy guns through the mail. Although we once could.

Interestingly, they've got an online magazine. I've been browsing it for several days and it's quite interesting. If you're a gunny kind of American, you might give them a look-see.


Old NFO said...

I've been dumping the emails without reading, guess I'll have to stop that :-)

El Capitan said...

I browse Guns America and GunBroker frequently, but without an FFL, any money I saved would get eaten up by shipping and transfer fees. They're probably most useful for the collector looking for something very specific, or if there's no gun shows near you.

Gerry N. said...

In the Seattle area ther's a website called

Its more of a gunny Craigslist than anything else. All sales, including handguns are face to face, perfectly legal and upright in WA State.

This is a funny kind of state, generally ultra progressive, except when it comes to guns and self defence. Free open carry, shall issue concealed permits, unrestrained private sales, home is your castle defence laws and any time a restrictive gun law is proposed it usually means the end of whoever proposed it's political career. The last big one was bankrolled by Bill Gates and went down 60/40 even though the pro gun side was outspent 7/1. Even the idiot libs (but I repeat myself) around here don't like it when someone messes with personal defense.

Flintlock Tom said...

Who says you can't buy guns "through the mail?"
More than half my collection showed up on my front porch via the "Brown Truck of Happiness."
C&R FFL: the best $30 I ever spent.

Flintlock Tom said...

Oops! I just followed your link to the Guns America web site and in the first paragraph I read this: "MOA means "minute of angle", which is 1/360th of a circle."
Now, I may be behind the times, but, isn't a "degree" equal to 1/360th of a circle and one minute, 1/60th of a degree?

Flintlock Tom said...

I should have held my comment until I read the article. It was only wrong in the "Teaser."