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This week in gun rights – May 30, 2020 Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. Florida Supreme Court puts brakes assault weapons ban initiative, California police stirring fear of “Boog Bois”, Buffalo Bills’ Jake Fromm: Only “Elite White People” Should Own
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MSN reports Sophia Bush as a gun owner who wants the laws that Bloomberg is pushing, withouit regard for the certain consequences. https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/gun-owner-sophia-bush-calls-for-much-stricter-legislation-on-gun-ownership/ar-BB15337L For example, the gun banners “assault weapon ban and confiscate” laws the Bloomberg backed gun ban industry wants has an evil history, since gun confiscation led to Ukraine’s which cost the lives
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If you hear the phrase “classic IPSC,” your thoughts will probably drift to a single-stack 1911, most likely a Colt, chambered in .45 ACP. It will not have a red dot sight, it won’t have a compensator, and, if you were active back then, it probably has some funky, hand-cut checkering. The first IPSC World
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Light and able to go the distance, Hornady’s new 6mm ARC cartridge adds another arrow to the rifleman’s quiver. How The 6mm ARC Goes The Distance: Essentially a 6.5 Grendle case necked down to accepts 6mm bullets. Case slightly shortened and shoulder moved back to make it compatible with low-drag bullets, even out of an
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The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports a firing range malfunction cost a child his life. https://calgaryherald.com/news/politics/ucp-takes-aim-at-federal-gun-control-with-new-firearms-panel-forensic-testing Of course, the AJC had to turn a tragic accident into an opportuninty to lie to its readers and make this account into another gun ban media item, stating that gun accidents take about 1,300 childrens lives a year. But
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HKN reports a pair of gun ban activists are keeping the ban army’s reputation for latching on to any seemingly reasonable proposition and never letting go. https://khn.org/morning-breakout/in-petition-to-ftc-gun-control-activist-alleges-smith-wesson-encourages-facilitates-mass-shooters/ Of couirse, Smith and Wesson was founded in the 1860’s, and was actualy required to pay Rllin White for bored through cylendars so they would accept cartridges, instead
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Big-bore beasts and some of the top gear of the year, your wish list is about to expand with these 21 pieces of new guns and gear. What Are The New Guns And Gear: Savage Axis II Precision It’s difficult to make the case that Savage’s new chassis rifle is a big gun—until you get
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The Colt Python is back—and it’s badder than ever! Well, in most respects, it’s actually “gooder” than ever. The re-introduction of the Colt Python has been a rollercoaster of excitement and disappointment. So what’s the story: is this the second coming or a troubled handgun? How Does The New Python Differ From The Old: Improved
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OK, you have an itch to send a 7mm screaming to its limits, then the 28 Nosler is right down your alley. What Are The Specifics Of The 28 Nosler: Shares the same case dimensions as its sibling, the 26 Nosler. Its fat case gives it ample powder capacity. Loaded hot, it can kick a
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This week in gun rights – May 30, 2020 Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. Why are Moms wearing orange next week? Anti-Gun Organizations can’t properly vett supporters or candidates; Rifleman stops mass shooting – protecting unarmed police; Gun control laws
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Lean, accurate and well priced, the Savage Arms 110 Ultralite is ready for your next backcountry adventure. Stripped down and light … there’s a time and place for it. Say, for example, elk season and that saddle two ridgelines back. About then not only does it pay to weight out your kit, but also run
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Meet your backpack’s new best friend, the small and might RUK-9BT 9mm. Coronavirus be damned! Rock River Arms (RRA) is releasing guns, pandemic, or no pandemic. Related GunDigest Articles In the Illinois gunmaker’s sights as of late is its AR pistol lineup, which it recently bolstered with a 9mm option that goes by the handle