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The Top 13 Best AR Calibers That Aren’t 5.56 NATO
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Let’s be honest about one thing, the 5.56 NATO/223 Remington is a battle-proven cartridge that has valiantly served the US military for decades. The 5.56’s effectiveness is well documented, and it is one of, if not the, most popular centerfire rifle cartridges in North America.

Yes, the 5.56 NATO is awesome. It has low recoil, a flat trajectory, is inexpensive, and has more varieties of ammo than you can shake a boomstick at.
 

WY: WYoming House Introduces Two GOA- Backed Bills
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 2023 Wyoming Legislative Session began last Tuesday, January 10, and two GOA-backed bills have already been introduced by Representative Jeremy Haroldson [R] from Wheatland.
 

10mm vs 9mm: Does 1mm Make a Difference For Your Self-Defense Handgun?
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When it comes to self-defense, many shooters hold to the belief that you should shoot the caliber that has the best ballistics and the most stopping power that you can handle. These shooters like to favor a larger caliber bullet, such as the 10mm Auto.
 

OH: Meet Your Neighbor: Gary Anderson CMP offers public firearms training, competitions
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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When Philip Edwards asked his wife, Joyce Edwards, to shoot air rifles with him at the Gary Anderson CMP Competition Center at Camp Perry, she had no desire to join him. She was afraid of guns and had no interest in learning how to shoot one.

“I told him, ‘I want to shoot with you as much as you want to go to Joann Fabrics with me,’” Joyce said.

Philip kept asking, and Joyce kept saying no, until the day about eight years ago when she relented. Although she was afraid she would “shoot my arm off,” she joined him on the range, took her first shot, and was hooked on the sport.

“The people here relaxed me,” she said.

That year, Joyce came in second in the Air Rifle National Matches, losing by just 3 points to a 22-year-old Army MP.
 

FL: Escambia County Shooting Deemed Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Deputies say a juvenile who shot a 47-year-old man Monday in Escambia County will not be charged. The Escambia County Sheriff's Office says the shooting around noon on Saxon Street is a self-defense case.
 

NV: Las Vegas Casino Thinks it's Too Good for Kyle Rittenhouse
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hell hath no fury like the Left's and Democrats' scorn for Kyle Rittenhouse. Now, a casino in Sin City, an area known for its hedonism and moral depravity, feels that a teenager who acted in self-defense to fend off attackers is too much of an ethical conundrum to appear at the venue. It canceled an event Rittenhouse was having because it allegedly didn't align with the corporation's values.
 

AMMO, Inc. Appoints Randy Luth to Board of Directors
Submitted by: David Williamson
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AMMO, Inc. (Nasdaq: POWW, POWWP) (“AMMO” or the “Company”), the owner of GunBroker.com, the largest online marketplace serving the firearms and shooting sports industries, and a leading vertically integrated producer of high-performance ammunition and components, today announced it has appointed Randy Luth, a firearm industry veteran, to serve on the Company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Luth previously served on AMMO’s board from 2017 to 2021.
 

Great New Shotguns for 2023: SHOT Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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After hunting with Stoeger's M3500 snow goose gun last February, it was great to compare the updated M3000 series about 10 months later in Arkansas for ducks. With sleeker lines and ergonomic updates, Stoeger's M3500 series easily fits among the best new shotguns for 2023. Gone is the blocky, somewhat oversized design of the M3500 from the last decade. Introduced in 2012, then also as an update to prior models, the series of hunting, field and self-defense shotguns had a big forend, big grip and burly workhorse attitude.
 

Army Vet’s Life Ruined By Soros-Backed DA On Bogus Murder Charge: Self Defense Case
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Most convicts would rather serve a year in a country jail or a state prison rather than six months in the Baltimore City Jail, which is dank, dirty, and dangerous – especially for someone accused of murdering one of the city’s Crip gang members. Medically retired Army Staff Sergeant Alejandro Gonzalez has spent more than 16 months behind bars, accused of First-Degree Murder. He and his legal team hope someone in the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office will reexamine his case, realize he acted in self-defense, and drop the murder charges a second time.
 

SAF Files Preliminary Injunction Memorandum in Jones V. Bonta
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The Second Amendment Foundation and its partners in the long-running California case of Jones v. Bonta have filed a Memorandum of Points and Authorities in support of a notice of motion, and a motion for a preliminary injunction or alternatively, a motion for summary judgment. The case, filed in 2019, challenges California’s prohibition on firearms to young adults in the 18-20-year age group. SAF is joined by the Firearms Policy Coalition, Firearms Policy Foundation, California Gun Rights Foundation, Poway Weapons and Gear, Beebe Family Arms and Munitions, and the North County Shooting Center. The memorandum was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
 

Should "Loopholing" Be Protected By Qualified Immunity?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Over at his generally gun-related blog, Standing His Ground, Professor Robert Leider has two interesting blog posts about state reactions to the Supreme Court's decision in Bruen: some states are enacting or considering policies to broadly restrict the carrying of firearms in many public situations, notwithstanding Second Amendment doctrine.
 

WY: Firearms Research Center Launches at UW
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The Firearms Research Center (FRC), housed in the University of Wyoming College of Law, has officially launched after earning faculty approval and private financial support. The center was established to bring more voices to the firearms discussion; create a pipeline for law school graduates prepared to serve as firearms attorneys; and act as a reliable, nonpartisan resource for firearms-related information and research.
 

OR: Attorney General Asks State Supremes to Unblock Measure 114
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The Oregon State Attorney General’s office has asked the state Supreme Court to remove a block on the implementation of gun control Measure 114, imposed by Harney County Circuit Judge Robert S. Raschio, according to the Salem Statesman-Journal.

It has been more than two months after the measure barely was approved by voters, but lawsuits—four federal and one state level—were filed within days. The state action is the one now preventing the measure from becoming effective.
 

FL: Eight Wounded After ‘Disagreement’ at MLK Event Leads to Shots Fired
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Eight people were wounded Monday night after what St. Lucie County Chief Deputy Brian Hester described as a “disagreement” around 5:20 p.m. led to shots fired during an MLK event.

The incident occurred at Ilous Ellis Park, in Fort Pierce, Florida.
 

Florida Legislators Move to Block Gun Purchase Credit Card Tracing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Florida state legislators are warning financial service providers they won’t tolerate a new scheme to track the shopping habits of gun and ammunition buyers. They’re the first state to do so and might not be the last. “This is the United States of America. You don’t get penalized for exercising a Constitutional right. The Second Amendment is nonnegotiable, and here in Florida, we are going to fight to protect the rights of Floridians,” Republican state Sen. Danny Burgess recently proclaimed.
 

WA: Chelan Commisioners Concerned Over Gun Bill in Legislature
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Chelan County commissioners are raising concerns about a bill in the state legislature that would give towns, cities and counties the authority to regulate guns. The measure would allow local governments to pass ordinances and regulations that are in addition to or more restrictive than requirements of state law.
 

NE: Banning Guns at Nebraska State Capitol is Again on the Table
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More than 75% of people believe that threats against politicians are increasing, according to a new poll by the New York University School of Law. These results come amid a push to ban the open carry of guns in Nebraska’s Capitol. State Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh proposed the ban, saying she was “terrified” three years ago, when some men openly carried semi-automatic rifles inside the Capitol.
 

SAF Files Lawsuit Against Illinois Gun Ban
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The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a federal lawsuit challenging the recently-signed Illinois gun ban legislation, alleging it to be unconstitutional and asserting the state has criminalized “a common and important means of self-defense.” The case is known as Harrel v. Raoul. Joining SAF in this legal action are the Illinois State Rifle Association, Firearms Policy Coalition, C4 Gun Store LLC, Marengo Guns, Inc. and a private citizen, Dane Harrel. Named as defendants are Attorney General Kwame Raoul, Illinois State Police Director Brendan F. Kelly, and other officials in their official capacities. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.
 

Hornady Touts 7mm PRC Round Plus Reloading, Ammo, Security Lines
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By far the biggest news at Hornady – and one of the major caliber headlines for 2023 – is the launch of Hornady’s 7mm Precision Rifle Cartridge. The 7mm joins the company’s already successful PRC siblings, the 6.5 and .300 PRC. The newbie essentially fills the gap between those two, packing long, heavy-for-caliber projectiles on a standard long action. Hornady is clear, though, that the 7mm PRC uses “temperature-stable, magnum speed propellants for consistent velocity and longer barrel life.”
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
"Some people think that the Second Amendment is an outdated relic of an earlier time. Doubtless some also think that constitutional protections of other rights are outdated relics of earlier times. We The People own those rights regardless, unless and until We The People repeal them. For those who believe it to be outdated, the Second Amendment provides a good test of whether their allegiance is really to the Constitution of the United States, or only to their preferences in public policies and audiences. The Constitution is law, not vague aspirations, and we are obligated to protect, defend, and apply it. If the Second Amendment were truly an outdated relic, the Constitution provides a method for repeal. The Constitution does not furnish the federal courts with an eraser." --9th Circuit Court Judge Andrew Kleinfeld, dissenting opinion in which the court refused to rehear the case while citing deeply flawed anti-Second Amendment nonsense (Nordyke v. King; opinion filed April 5, 2004)

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