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Rep. Hudson Introduces National Reciprocity of Concealed Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Rep. Richard Hudson (R) introduced national reciprocity for concealed carry in the 118th Congress on Monday night.

The legislation, H.R. 38–also known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act–has a bipartisan group of 118 co-sponsors.
 

The 3rd Circuit Considers Whether Nonviolent Crimes Justify the Loss of Second Amendment Rights
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Back in 1995, Bryan Range pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining $2,458 in food stamps by misrepresenting his income. He returned the money, paid a $100 fine and $288 in court costs, and served three years of probation. Although Range did not realize it, that Pennsylvania misdemeanor conviction also came with a lifelong penalty: He lost his constitutional right to keep and bear arms. His case, which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit will hear next month, poses the question of whether that policy, which prohibits gun ownership by millions of Americans with no history of violence, violates the Second Amendment.
 

IL: IL Governor Pritzker Signs Weapons Assault Ban Bill
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Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed the weapons assault bill Tuesday night after legislatures recently passed the ban in both House and Senate. “For the past four years, my administration and my colleagues in the State Capitol have been battling the powerful forces of the NRA to enshrine the strongest and most effective gun violence legislation that we possibly can,” said Gov. JB Pritzker. “I couldn’t be prouder to say that we got it done. And we will keep fighting — bill by bill, vote by vote, and protest by protest — to ensure that future generations only hear about massacres like Highland Park, Sandy Hook, and Uvalde in their textbooks.”
 

New Gun Control Measures in New York, New Jersey Face Intensifying Legal Scrutiny
Submitted by: David Williamson
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After a devastating blow at the Supreme Court last year, blue state gun control advocates are advancing new laws to try and circumvent the ruling but finding themselves back in court almost as quickly as they do. If the pace of the proceedings continues, Second Amendment advocates say the high court will almost certainly need to step in again.
 

NSSF Applauds Representative Berman's Find Act Introduction in Congress
Submitted by: David Williamson
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NSSF®, The Firearm Industry Trade Association, welcomed the introduction of H.R. 53, the Firearm Industry Nondiscrimination (FIND) Act, into Congress by U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman (R-Mich.). The bill has 55 original co-sponsors. This vital legislation will end the ability of corporate entities to profit from taxpayer-funded federal contracts while discriminating against a Constitutionally-protected industry at the same time.
 

DE: Delaware- 2023 Legislative Session Convenes Today
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Today, January 10th, the Delaware General Assembly begins the 2023 legislative session. This year, anti-gun lawmakers will, once again, seek to impose Maryland-style handgun licensing and a state registry of transfers. Gun owners and sportsmen throughout the state must stay actively involved to defend freedom.
 

NE: Nebraska Lawmakers Submit 55 Legislative Rule Changes
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The changes range from ending secret ballots for electing committee leadership positions to restricting firearms to military and law enforcement in the legislative chamber and hearings. Three years ago some gun rights advocates carried semi-automatic rifles into the Capitol to testify against a firearms bill.
 

IL: Representative Tom Bennett Slams Assault Weapons Ban and Pay Raise as His Move to the Senate Awaits
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McLean County’s newest legislator is not new to Springfield. Republican party leaders chose Tom Bennett on Saturday from among five candidates to serve in the Illinois Senate. Bennett lies in Gibson City and has served in the Illinois House since 2015. He replaces Jason Barickman, who resigned shortly after winning reelection in November.
 

VT: Vermont Bill Takes Aim at Slate Ridge, Militia Training Camps
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A new bill before Vermont lawmakers takes aim at paramilitary training camps, making it illegal to operate facilities like the controversial Slate Ridge facility in Pawlet. Slate Ridge is back in the spotlight -- this time under Vermont’s golden dome instead of a courtroom.
 

Gun Control Activists are Better Organized, and They are Still Losing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The gun control movement likes to portray itself as successful, even when it is constantly losing the gun control debate. Shannon Watts is stepping down from Moms Demand Action, the “grass-roots advocacy group” that has taken off with the help of billionaire Michael Bloomberg. As such, she has received a gushing profile in the Washington Post about her and the billionaire-funded “grassroots” group, where the outlet seems to assume the gun control movement has been winning in politics for the last several years because of how brave and organized she is.
 

Houston Concealed Carry Holder Who Shot Armed Robber Will Face a Grand Jury
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Local news reports were correct that this gentleman did nothing wrong after shooting and killing a would-be-armed robber in self-defense. The man has been hailed a hero for gunning down a criminal who robbed patrons of a local Houston taco establishment. However, the firearm used was fake—the threat of violence and bodily harm was real, which makes this a justifiable homicide.
 

The Springfield 1911 DS Prodigy 4.25-Inch, Tested and Reviewed
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In September of last year, Springfield Armory made waves when they announced their new pistol: the 1911 DS Prodigy. The Springfield Prodigy is offered in 4.25- and 5-inch models and was immediately seen as heaven-sent by some; a general-production, more-affordable 2011-style 9mm pistol for the masses. Others viewed the new pistol with incredulity, not believing it to be worth the vaunted “2011” designation. My only certainty was that I wanted to test it for myself.
 

We Buy Guns: Never Sell to a Gun 'Buyback' Get More Money With Guns.com
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Maybe guns aren’t your thing, and that’s OK. Maybe you recently inherited your grandfather’s treasured shogun. While it might have been important to him, maybe it’s not something you’d be interested in using or even keeping around the house. If you’re thinking of selling your guns to a government-run so-called "buyback" program, I’ve got one word of advice: Don’t! First of all, you won’t be actually selling them. You’ll be turning them in to be destroyed, and that is a difference.
 

Soft Point Cutting Edge Ammo: SPCE Bullets Explained
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The soft point cutting edge bullet (SPCE) is essentially a modified semi-jacketed bullet that’s been designed to expand in a very controlled fashion. Unlike a standard soft-point or hollow point where the core is often bonded with the casing, this bullet doesn’t lock the lead core in completely. Some call it “water bottle” ammo, because the point of the bullet is vaguely designed similar to a pet hamster’s water bottle. The core isn’t bonded to the casing, allowing a different style of expansion and penetration.
 

.410 Ammo: Our Top 7 Picks For Hunting Loads
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The tiny .410 bore may be the smallest caliber shotgun widely available to the public, but it is still an incredibly effective hunting tool. Countless generations of hunters have gotten their start with a .410 thanks to the round's low recoil. In recent years, advancements to .410 ammo have increased the speed, power, and effectiveness of these tiny shotshells all without creating a larger blow to the wallet. It's not uncommon to find factory .410s for less than 50 cents per round these days, which is something in this economy. You can't even get a candy bar for that these days.

 

The Other Colt Single Actions
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Arguably the most famous handgun in history is the Colt Single Action Army revolver. Others might vote for the P-08 Luger, or Colt 1911, or even the Walther PPK, but let’s face it, Hollywood made it possible for the big Colt Peacemaker to be seen everywhere movies have been shown or television is received. And, that’s nigh on everywhere!
 

Compromise Part 10: Ruger Single- Six
Submitted by: David Williamson
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That wonderful year was 1953. I was a freshman in high school and Bill Ruger brought out his first revolver that would be the beginning of a sixgun dynasty. My allowance had been raised from 25 cents to 50 cents a week, so other than a Cherry Coke after school or a new reflector for the mudflap on my bike, there was no money left for something as expensive as the $63.25 Ruger Single-Six .22.
 

Handloads: A Mild-Mannered .45 Colt
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Two sets of handloading data exist for the .45 Colt, due to the myriad guns chambered for the cartridge during the last 150 years. For this load, I referenced .45 Colt (Revolver) data that, “may be used in older guns as long as they are in good condition.”
 

WA State Preemption Law Under Attack from 15 Democrats
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Fifteen Washington State Democrat members of the state House of Representatives wasted no time launching an anticipated effort to repeal the Evergreen State’s nearly-40-year-old model preemption law, threatening a system of gun law uniformity that has been upheld in the state courts more than once.
 

7mm-08 vs .308
Submitted by: David Williamson
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f you are looking for a great cartridge for your next hunting rifle, then you need not look further than the 308 Winchester and the 7mm-08 Remington. One was forged for battle, and the other was designed with long range shooting in mind.
 

SHOT Show 2023 Is Here, Along With All Kinds Of New Toys
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It is almost here, SHOT Show 2023, and all the latest firearm industry has to offer will be there. Like many of you, I have never been to SHOT Show®, and I am amazed at the size and wide range of products there will be. I am not going to lie, it is a little overwhelming trying to figure out where to start.
 

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Congress have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American... The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state government, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people. — Tench Coxe, Pennsylvania Gazette, Feb. 20, 1788.

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