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  • Dear Armslist User,

    Welcome to the NEW Armslist.com.  Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to move forward and take the site in a slightly different direction.  Fortunately, despite this, we are working hard to make the site MUCH better for law abiding Americans, and MUCH worse for those that are not law abiding Americans.  Scammers have tried to prey upon Armslist users in the past, and while we may not eradicate their presence 100%, we will eradicate the vast majority.  People have complained of impolite offers and communications from users with bad manners.  That will be nearly eradicated with the new version of the site.  And lastly, the financial, emotional, human, and other costs of the never-ending legal assaults on Armslist have made it impossible for us to keep the site free in the way it was in the past.  Thank you for your support, and welcome to the new Armslist.com.


    The Armslist Team

    created: 10/22/2020 6:24 PM
  • Kalashnikov USA KP-9 - Review

    We had a chance to spend some quality time at our range with Kalashnikov USA’s new KP-9 fitted with an SB Tactical side folding brace and a 50 round drum magazine.  

    Our Pistol came with an SB TACTICAL folding brace.  We installed the brace provided with the gun which gave us another way to stabilize the gun and still allow for a compact package for travelling and concealment in a backpack sized bag. It is a low-profile, left side-folding, strut design compatible with all platforms utilizing an M1913 interface at the rear of the receiver. The FS1913™ is a complete assembly offering pull-through opening and a solid lock-up when extended.  ...Read More...

    created: 9/23/2020 4:18 PM
  • Olight Baldr Mini:  First Impressions

    Coming off the highly successful PL-Mini 2 Valkyrie, Olight brings us the Baldr Mini.  Similar in function and form to it's predecessor, the Baldr Mini adds a green laser option as well.
    Like other Olight tactical lights, the Baldr Mini offers an adjustable rail attachment that is compatible with Glock rails and 1913 rails.
    Light output is a 600 lumen, 130 meter throw.  Battery run time is approximately 40 mins, continuously.  It also has a red light that will come on, indicationg 10% battery life remaining.

    The new design brings the laser into the light housing, as opposed to older Olight tactical lights which had the laser sitting at the very bottom, taking you farther away from the barrel.  
    When zeroing with your weapon, it's very easy to bring the laser in line with your sights using the allen key provided in the package.  
    With the addition of the laser comes a selector switch underneath the activation switches.  It's an easy to use selector, from left to right: laser- laser/light-light.

    If you are searching for a weapon light, or laser, you may want to look into the Olight Baldr Mini and give it a shot...literally.

    Get one here!
    created: 8/18/2020 9:28 PM
  • The Musky Hunter

    John and I had the chance to go out on Lake Chautauqua for a day of musky hunting with our new friend and guide Todd Young from Muddy Creek Fishing Guides (Be sure to check him out here at: http://www.mcfishnguides.com).   We put in at 0800 EST at the Long Point State Park boat launch with a few other boaters and settled in with our trolling gear for the day.

    Todd fishes out of the Grey 185 Ranger on the right outfitted with all the electronics you would expect in a boat designed to fish all day. Vance is another guide from Muddy Creek Fishing whose boat is on the left.  Todd prefers to have at least 6 lines from his St Croix rods in the water behind him at all times so as to increase the amount of time his lures spend in front of his prey...(Read More)...

    created: 8/12/2020 2:49 PM
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  • June 16, 2020


    Contact Jonathan Gibbon, Armslist LLC


    Court Rules in Armslist Favor Once Again

    BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS -  Armslist LLC announced that it has successfully defended itself against a Brady backed lawsuit.  Brady was established in 1980 as Handgun Control Inc.


    In Stokinger v. Armslist, Brady argued before the Massachusetts Superior Court that the Safe Harbor of the Federal Communications Decency Act, 47 USC. 230, does not apply to the Armslist.com website because the website permits users to search and filter third party classified listings, such as by product make, model, item location, and seller type (i.e., dealer or private party).  The court disagreed with Brady and ruled that the CDA 230 Safe Harbor applies to the website because Armslist does not create the third party classified listings, nor is Armslist directly involved in the transaction.  The court cited and followed the recent Wisconsin Supreme Court and United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit decisions, in which Armslist prevailed against Brady on the same issue.


    “We defended the foundation of the Internet against another assault, aimed at destroying free speech on the Internet,” Jon Gibbon, of Armslist said. “We fought against Brady’s bullying tactics.  For almost 50 years, Brady has tried to chill constitutionally protected rights by attempting to bankrupt prominent parties who operate within constitutionally protected industries that Brady does not approve of.  Brady obviously does not care if their anti-constitutional cause results in the destruction of the Internet. ”   


    The Electronic Frontier Foundation has recognized CDA 230 as the most important law protecting Internet speech.  Armslist views the continued assault on CDA 230 by Brady as a severe threat to the Internet and the US economy. The success of Brady would jeopardize the continued operation of allInternet Service Providers and any online service that permits end-users to post content, and to search and filter third-party content.  Other sites that would be affected included Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, Autotrader, Yelp, eBay, and Etsy.


    Armslist has prevailed in every jurisdiction where Brady has filed suit, including the United States Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and Massachusetts Superior Court.


    Brady recently filed another lawsuit against Armslist in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Wisconsin, putting forth the same arguments used in Stokingerand once again threatening free speech on the Internet.


    Armslist is the Internet’s premier marketplace for firearms and firearms accessories.    

    Please join Armslist in helping to end Brady’s threat to the Internet and United States economy by donating to the Armslist Legal Defense Fund -



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