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SIG Sauer’s New Match Elite 9mm Ammunition
Submitted by: David Williamson
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What is the secret to winning? Putting every shot on target. How do you do that? Well, if I can borrow an old phrase—practice, practice, practice. Certainly, practice matters, but your gun and ammo have to be capable, as well. Even if our guns might not be the most accurate guns around, precise ammo can bring out their best. A few manufacturers make match quality ammo for pistols, such as Federal, ASYM, Atlanta Arms and Wilson Combat, and now SIG Sauer has jumped into the market with a Match Elite 9mm Luger load. It features a 147-grain V-Crown bullet, made by Sierra, which also fill SIG’s defensive Elite line of pistol ammunition.
 

OH: Upcoming Hunting Season Brings Busy Weekend for Retail Stores
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The deer hunting season will kick off in Ohio on Monday, and last-minute shoppers spent the weekend picking up everything they need to prepare. "People were just bringing their guns in left and right to get checked in," said Stephanie, the sales manager of Gander Outdoors. Many of those shoppers were in a rush to get ready for the hunting season, especially for first-time hunters.
 

A Relic from Frontier America Landed in Montgomery County Lock Box
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Colt Walker revolver was carried into battle by the Texas Rangers during the Mexican-American War, named after the captain who commissioned its design. Nearly 200 years later, one of those original handguns was unearthed in, of all places, a bedroom lock box in Montgomery County, the end of a journey that covered thousands of miles. "They are the most historic, and historically important, revolvers," said Herb Glass Jr., the firearms historian who authenticated the Walker for Alderfer Auctions, a clearinghouse in Hatfield. Glass estimated that out of the 1,100 Walkers manufactured, about 160 survive. Alderfer's auctioneers place that number closer to the high 30s.
 

PA: Pennsylvania Hunters Scramble to Get Licenses Before Deer-Hunting Season Begins
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Deer hunters were eager this weekend as they applied for their hunting licenses in Pennsylvania. The deer hunting season starts on Monday. One State Games office in Luzerne County was open this weekend to allow residents to buy licenses. The office had a higher-than-usual number of applicants. Rifle deer season lasts from Monday through December 8th although only antlered deer can be harvested through December 1st.
 

MO: Numbers Released from Missouri's Late Youth Portion of Deer Hunting Season
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Early numbers from the Missouri Department of Conservation show that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 2,556 deer during Missouri’s late youth portion of the 2018 deer hunting season. The season lasted Nov. 23-25.
 

Woman Shoots Her Boyfriend in Act of Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Treasure Coast woman shoots and kills her boyfriend in what deputies are now calling self-defense. The Martin County Sheriff said the 46-year-old woman believed her boyfriend was going to attack her with his bare hands. On Monday CBS12 obtained the frantic 911 call where you can hear the woman is hysterical, barely comprehending what just happened.
 

FL: Laundromat Shooting was in Self-Defense
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Police say a shooting at a laundromat Monday in Cocoa was a self-defense case. The incident happened at the Dixon Laundromat on Dixon Boulevard.
 

NM: Early 2019, Expect to See Armed School Security in Rio Rancho
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We've all seen the terrifying images of kids running for safety from gunmen who open fire in their schools. That's why Rio Rancho Schools recently voted to allow armed security guards in schools. Rio Rancho schools security director Michael Padilla said guard with guns is not happening yet.
 

Pro-Gun Organization Petitions SCOTUS to Hear a Case Regarding Handguns. Here Are The Details.
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) has petitioned the Supreme Court to review its case, Mance v. Whitaker, challenging the long-standing ban on interstate handgun sales to law-abiding citizens from other states. A federal district court earlier ruled that the interstate handgun transfer ban is facially unconstitutional, which was reversed by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Fifth Circuit denied the petition for rehearing en banc by a fractured vote of 8-7.
 

NJ: New Bill Bans Building AR-15s and Buying, Selling Parts for Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Representative Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-N.J.) has submitted a bill that, if passed into law, would be one of the most expansive restrictions on firearms and firearm accessories ever enacted in the United States. Pallone’s legislation, H.R. 7115, mandates the prohibition of all the following:
 

SD: Gun Advocates Likely to Renew Efforts to Loosen South Dakota's Concealed Carry Laws
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After years of unsuccessful attempts, those in favor of getting rid of concealed handgun permits are depending on Governor-Elect Kristi Noem to get a bill passed, and they are looking optimistic. "We're just excited that there’s actually a governor that’s interested in learning more,” Brandon Maddox said, who is the owner of Dakota Silencer.
 

Congress is Bitterly Divided, Don't Expect It To Get Better
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For gun owners, the 115th Congress will go down in history as a time of extreme partisan rancor and discord. Gun control was once again at the top of congressional Democrats’ agenda, and bitter confirmation and election battles hardened attitudes throughout our nation’s capitol. As I write this, much remains unsettled about the political landscape we will face in the coming two years. But this much is certain—more intense battles over the Second Amendment are in front of us.
 

WA: Student-Led Movement Speaks out Against I-1639 ‘Sanctuary City’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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They’re part of student-led movement demanding tougher gun laws that started after the Parkland school shooting. Students with “We Won’t Be Next Seattle” campaigned hard to get I-1639 to the ballot and had been celebrating its passage, until they heard about the position of a small town police chief in Eastern Washington.

 

National Concealed Handgun Carry Reciprocity – Last Chance to Act
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Concealed handgun carry reciprocity is about to die. It is about to die through deliberate inaction or callous indifference of the U.S. Senate. But we have a small window of opportunity: 21 days left to achieve the goal that has eluded us for years. It seemed assured of being accomplished by the Republican-controlled 115th Congress but, it wasn’t.
 

IL: 1 Killed, 3 Wounded in Chicago Sunday Shootings
Submitted by: David Williamson
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At least four people were shot, one fatally, in citywide gun violence on Sunday. The sole gun homicide happened during the morning in the Homan Square neighborhood on the West Side, police said. The man, who is believed to be in his 20s, was found dead inside of a vehicle in the 3600 block of West Lexington, according to preliminary information from Chicago police. He had suffered a single gunshot wound to his chest. The Cook County medical examiner’s office didn’t immediately confirm his death.
 

The Armed Citizen® November 26, 2018
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Mothers usually protect their children, but the tables were turned in Idaho when an adult daughter saved her mother from an assailant. Law enforcement officers were dispatched after a call came in about a disturbance in the neighborhood. As the police were responding, they were advised there had been a shooting at the house in question. They arrived to find civilians administering first aid to a 39-year-old man, who was shot by a 41-year-old woman. Emergency medical services personnel continued treatment, but to no avail. The armed citizen told officers that she fired because the man was attacking her 70-year-old mother. Witnesses and evidence supported the claim
 

Tested: Arex ReX Zero 1TC Tactical Compact Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It was two years ago that I first had the opportunity to review an Arex ReX Zero 1 semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9 mm. Manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility by Arex of Slovenia, and imported to the U.S. by The FIME Group, these aluminum-frame pistols have quickly gained a loyal following among American shooting enthusiasts due to their high quality and fair price. The company has been busily introducing new frame colors for the Standard and Compact models, a full-size tactical model, the Alpha race pistol and, most recently, the ReX Zero 1TC Tactical Compact. Here is a closer look at this latest offering.
 

NY: Students No Longer Allowed to Store Guns on Campus
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Due to a recent policy change, students at Ithaca College can no longer store guns in the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management. The change was made to Section 7.1.2.3.5 of the college’s Student Conduct Code, which previously stated that weapons, including firearms, were prohibited unless approved by and stored at the Public Safety office. Now, that’s no longer possible Bill Kerry, director of Public Safety and Emergency Management, said. Kerry said he suggested the change because of the recent rise in mass shootings taking place across the country and that he felt having any guns on campus would be too much of a risk.
 

MI: 35 Guns Stolen from Residence in Oceana County
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Thirty-five guns were reported stolen from a residence on Saturday afternoon in Claybanks Township. The guns were stolen out of gun safes located inside a gun room in a residential pole barn on S. 56th Avenue near Winston Road.
The guns are valued at $13,000, according to Oceana County Sheriff Craig Mast. The owner of the guns is a collector and had some high value guns, including several pistols, the Oceana County Press reported.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
"There's no legitimate use for a gun like this." --Chicago Police Superintendent Philip Cline, brandishing a 9mm semiautomatic handgun at a news conference (Chicago Tribune, "Special unit hauling in guns, drugs" by Glenn Jeffers, January 29, 2004)

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