Mark Overstreet
Mark Overstreet
Mark Overstreet
Mark Overstreet is a firearm instructor and author in central Texas. He retired in 2016 as the senior research coordinator of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, after 25 years with the organization. He is also retired from the Army Reserve, after 23 years including duty as a combat cameraman in Iraq. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the NRA or the Department of Defense. He can be reached at [email protected]
In Very Limited Defense Of The Metric System

The metric system may be highly overrated, but it has at least one useful application.

Top 10 Characteristics And Components Of A Defensive AR-15

The best AR-15s cost less now than the cheapest ones will, if the Democrats’ gun-ban legislation gains steam.

Two Democrat Gun Bills To Fight Like The Dickens

No one should be naïve enough to fall for Democrats’ pretenses that these bills are aimed at reducing crime.

Trump’s Bump Stock Ban Adds New Chapter To BATFE’s Sordid History

If judges allow the BATFE to override laws passed by Congress, the historically corrupt agency will have a green light to go after semi-automatic firearms next.

Top 10 Reasons You Should Own An AR-15

Second to the muskets used in our revolutionary and civil wars, the AR-15 may be the most important firearm in American political history.

Don’t Rely On Justice Kavanaugh To Protect Gun Rights

The ballot box, not the Supreme Court, is where the fight for the right to keep and bear arms will be won or lost.

Why Steve Scalise Should Stop Pretending The Right Is Currently As Violent As The Left

The path to civility should start with those who are responsible for ideologically motivated crimes, encourage them, and apologize for them or look the other way when they happen.

The Battle For America Is Nowhere Near ‘Over.’ Here Are 10 Ways To Fight

We should take George Patton’s advice: The great object in battle is not to die for your country, but to make the other fellow die for his.

Here’s How The Supreme Court Already Repealed The Second Amendment

The Supreme Court effectively repealed the Second Amendment in District of Columbia v. Heller by restricting the amendment to common arms.