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WHAT HAPPENED: Today, a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed (by a 2-1 vote) a federal district court’s ruling that so-called “large capacity” magazines are protected by the Second Amendment. (ORDER HERE.) SUMMARY: First, the panel held that Cal. Penal Code § 32310 struck at the core right of law-abiding citizens to
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It’s finally here. The thing you’ve all been waiting for. The DNC’s platform for this election cycle, and boy does it look bad. Here are the absolutely batshit goals they’ve set going forward: mandating universal background checks, ending online gun and ammo sales, banning people from ownership for misdemeanor, nonviolent and speech-based offenses, and expanding the
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The growing popularity and usage of red dot sights have pushed many companies out there to make their own products. As expected, the growing demand and subsequent proliferation of red dot sights have given consumers a wide range of choices at my different price points. One such red dot sight is the Pinty 1x20mm RDS.
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Surprisingly simple and incredibly impactful, A full tactical upgrade brings a 1960s Remington 870 up to today’s standards. The Remington 870 is one of the most widely recognized firearms in all history. Designed in the early 1950s, the 870 is a bottom-loading, side-ejecting, pump-action shotgun with a tubular magazine underneath the barrel. There are hundreds
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Dove hunting is one of the most laid back types of hunting.  Unlike other types of hunting, it does not require a whole lot of preparation or equipment in order to participate. Just a little bit of scouting to see where doves are concentrating and the right firearms will bring you success.  While almost any
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Utilizing cutting-edge materials, the Proof Research Conviction Ti rifle provides the utmost in mobility and accuracy. What Set The Conviction Ti Apart From Other Precision Rifles: Lightweight and rugged titanium receiver Rigid, featherweight carbon-fiber wrapped barrel Weight reducing laid carbon-fiber stock If you haven’t heard about Proof Research, you haven’t been paying attention. The firearms
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If you are interested in adding dove hunting to your repertoire, purchasing a few accessories for your kit will help make your experience more enjoyable.  Below, we have compiled a list of some of the best accessories for dove hunting.  While none of these accessories are necessarily essential, they will make your hunting trip more
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Most of this morning’s news of guns making news was news last Wednesday, but the rabidly anti-gun Charlotte Observer did pick up on a report that airline traffic is way down,but gun seizures at airports are up. https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/article244864047.html I suppose legalized gun theft gets the Observers attention because they have not been able to confiscate
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SAN FRANCISCO (August 10, 2020) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF) announced the filing of an important amicus brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case, Rhode v. Becerra. The brief was joined by the California Gun Rights Foundation, Madison Society Foundation, and Second Amendment Foundation. It is available
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The Atlantic, an anti-gun fixture since 1963, has an item up on gun control – how the rest of the world does it. But how the rest of the world regulates guns is of little interest other than to ban advocates who want guidance in passing successful gun laws. https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/01/worldwide-gun-control-policy/423711/?gclid=CjwKCAjw4MP5BRBtEiwASfwALzyDzV2lej7tICxTVo6RwLui2jgICHZ0GoWApT2Sgq48MpWdUfNszBoC2RIQAvD_BwE What should be of interest
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Fox News reports Wisconsin’s Senator Ron Johnson has given Connecticut’s Richard Blumenthal a scorching for “twisting classified briefings.” https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ron-johnson-denies-dirt-biden-ukraine-blumenthal Connecticut is “fortunate” in that it has two of the lowest ranked Senators now serving. Blumenthal was a Connecticut State Senator during the late 1980’s when the Legislature dismantled and largely defunded the State Mental Health