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Aguila .22LR Ammo Review: Floats Like a Hummingbird Stings Like a BB
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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Most shooters I know don’t put a lot of thought and consideration into their .22 LR ammo. Rimfire cartridges are pretty simple and basic in design; they don’t come with a lot of bells and whistles, and they’re only designed to perform a niche set of tasks. However, when you break open a new brick of 22LR ammo, you don't want to be worried about clearing duds while you're enjoying your day of plinking at the range.
 

Maryland Democrats Push $300,000 Liability Insurance Requirement for Concealed Carriers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Maryland House Democrats are pushing a $300,000 liability insurance requirement for licensed concealed carry permit holders in their state.

WBFF noted that legislation, House Bill 430, was introduced by Del. Terri Hill (D). It would ban anyone from wearing or carrying a firearm for self-defense unless the person carrying it fulfills the insurance requirement.
 

Armed Citizen in Chicago Gives Armed Robber a Bad Day
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Armed citizens make everyone safer. A lot of people don’t believe that, concocting scenarios in their heads where an armed individual is a liability rather than an asset, but there are too many times where reality has shown that not to be the case.
 

Latest Gun Ban Lawsuit Seeks Court to Declare Plaintiff a Peace Officer
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A new challenge against Illinois’ gun and magazine ban seeks to have a state district court declare a plaintiff a peace officer and exempt from the state’s prohibition. Last year, Illinois banned the sale and possession of more than 170 semi-automatic firearms, magazines over certain capacities, and various attachments.
 

‘Felon in Possession’ Laws Don’t Keep Criminals Disarmed
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In California, as in every other state, it is illegal for a convicted felon to possess a firearm, but that doesn’t keep criminals from packing heat.

As explained on the website of one attorney’s office, “In the state of California, one of the consequences of being convicted of a felony is that you are prohibited from possessing a firearm. This is commonly known as the “felon with a firearm” law, codified in California Penal Code 29800 PC. “
 

Federal Independence Ammo Review: Stars, Stripes, and FMJ's
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It seems like everyone I know is in the market for bulk ammo these days. Stockpiling FMJs for a SHTF scenario is pretty commonplace, and a lot of people ask me what I think of Federal Independence ammo. So, I’ve put together this ammo review to let everyone know it’s pretty good ammo, but there may be better options.
 

UT: Utah- Gun Owner Credit Card Data Privacy Bill Introduced
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Friday, January 26th, House Bill 406 was introduced by Rep. Maloy (R-HD52). This critical piece of legislation will help ensure financial privacy of firearm owners when utilizing credit cards to purchase firearms, firearm parts, ammunition, and components, by prohibiting the use of firearm specific merchant category codes by payment processors. Anti-gun activists, in states like California, have already mandated the use of these codes and it is important that Utah takes this critical step to protect financial privacy.
 

MA: With Police Support, Mass. Senate to Debate Gun Bill Next Week
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Massachusetts Senate Democrats rolled out a wide-ranging gun reform bill Thursday, targeting a vote in one week on a police-endorsed measure that is likely to generate considerable opposition among firearm owners. After months of closed-door talks between senators and various interest groups, the Senate teed up legislation that cuts across a long list of public safety issue areas, including the reported rise in untraceable "ghost guns," harassment prevention orders, assault weapons and dealer inspections.
 

The 'No Compromise' NRA Is Neither New nor Uncompromising
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Rifle Association (NRA) "favored tighter gun laws" in the 1920s and '30s, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wrote in 2018. But since the 1970s, Kristof complained, the NRA "has been hijacked by extremist leaders" whose "hard-line resistance" to even the mildest gun control proposals contradicts "their members' (much more reasonable) views."
 

28 Pro-Freedom Attorneys General Push Back Against Stopping Civilian Sales of Surplus Lake City 5.56 Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A couple of weeks ago, about 20 anti-freedom state attorneys general led by Letitia James from New York petitioned Joe Biden’s administration to stop the sales of surplus 5.56mm ammo from the Lake City Army Ammunition plant. Each of those statist AG’s tried to score virtue signaling points with their hard-left constituents with the political stunt. Not a single one of these AGs target gang violence, but rather save their anger and direct it toward law-abiding gun owners, blaming guns for the actions of violent criminals.
 

Our First Gun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s a .38 Special revolver. Up until one month ago, I had scant idea what such a gun looked like or could do. My husband eventually made the decision to get a gun, which surprised me a little as he is a very peaceable man. Yet, he is a lover of the U.S. Constitution: peaceable, but no fool. This week is our 30th anniversary. For our anniversary present, we bought the gun together.
 

New Guns 2024: Ruger LC Carbine in .45 ACP
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Ruger developed its LC Carbine as a lightweight, handy long gun that paired nicely with the company's 5.7x28 mm pistol. For 2024, Ruger has expanded its LC Carbine lineup with a .45 ACP-chambered version that's still handy, and best of all, it feeds from readily available Glock magazines. Thanks to its side-folding stock, the Ruger LC Carbine in .45 ACP collapses to a compact size that makes it easy to store and transport.
 

How The FN P90 Became A Staple Of Science Fiction
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When it comes to weird-looking guns, few can beat FN’s P90 bullpup. Most rifles and personal defense weapons have a fairly traditional layout: magazine up front, grip behind that, with the stock bringing up the rear. The P90 not only departs from that in just about every way possible, but it just looks like something an alien would carry (assuming they can’t shoot lasers out of their eyes or something).

 

Turkey Hunting for Youth and Mobility Impaired Hunters to be Held in April
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge is continuing its yearly tradition of hosting turkey hunts with two separate events held this spring. The first event will feature youth hunters on Apr. 6 and 7. To register for this event you will need to write a letter or email the hunter’s name, address, and telephone number. You will also need to bring an adult and provide their name and number as well.
 

License-Made FNC, BM-59, and PM12 Headed to U.S. From Pindad of Indonesia
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Probably the coolest story coming out of SHOT Show involves one of the largest state-owned firearms plants in the world spooling up to send pallets of iconic guns to anxious consumers in the U.S. PT Pindad (Persero) dates to 1808 and since 1950 has been the primary domestic arsenal for the Indonesian military. Back in the mid-1960s, with the Pacific Rim country's shift to embrace the West, Pindad began to acquire a series of licenses to make firearms locally in Java. These included two from Beretta to manufacture the PM12 9mm submachine gun and the BM-59 battle rifle in 7.62 NATO. In 1984, Pindad secured the same sort of technical package and license to produce the FN FNC 5.56 rifle.
 

Meet the 30X: Beretta Optimizes Tomcat Tip-Up Barrel .32 ACP
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Beretta Tomcat has been around for almost 30 years, but it never felt, looked, or shot as good as it does with the new 30X series. An outgrowth of the Italian gunmaker's tip-up barrel mouse guns such as the Minx and Bobcat that dated back to the 1950s, the .32ACP Tomcat was first introduced in 1996 and pushed the envelope for a pocket-sized semi-auto. Using a 2.45-inch barrel, 7-shot magazine, and a mag release that was set to the rear near the grip, it proved popular to remain in production, receiving a "Covert" upgrade last year that included an extended threaded barrel and colorways such as Kale Green and Ghost Buster, along with the standard black Bruniton, FDE or stainless finish.
 

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