March saw 3.7 million background checks conducted, the most since the system was created in 1998, fully eclipsing the previous record of 3.3 million set in December 2015.
How do you break in your barrels? Is it even worth it? The BullShooters investigate.
Please pardon my grammar if it's even more off than normal today, but I'm a tad frazzled. For the past 48 hours, I've been engaged in an activity that's both joyous and scream-into-a-pillow frustrating: housebreaking a dog. And I bought not one, but two springer pups. As if I thought one would be just too easy.