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Winchester's Model 94 Sporter
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Winchester Model 94 and .30-30 cartridge are so tightly linked in shooters’ minds, some think .30-30 means Winchester 94. But both were born under different names, like a movie actor who changed his name from Archibald to something more suitable for public adoration.
 

N.Y. Gun Control: Surrender Privacy to Own Firearm
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New York State Senator Kevin Parker wants to use the First Amendment rights of would-be gun buyers to prevent them from exercising their Second Amendment rights in an effort that privacy groups are opposing, according to CNY Central.

The Brooklyn Democrat reportedly doesn’t care about the privacy of honest citizens who want to have a firearm. It appears the plan is aimed at chilling the desire of anyone to own a gun.
 

Fiasco? MA Gun Owners’ Rights Collide with Fed. Law
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Boston Globe is reporting that Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration “is resisting a mounting number of court orders from judges charging that it overstepped its legal authority, or misinterpreted the law, when it pushed to strip firearm licenses from hundreds of people it previously cleared to own a gun.”
 

OH: Republicans Eager To Move "Stand Your Ground" Through Ohio Senate
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The Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee plans to pass the "Stand Your Ground" bill by the end of the week. The bill would make it easier for someone to use lethal force in self-defense by removing the duty to retreat in cases where a person feels threatened.
 

Defend Our Schools – Hockey Puck Fantasy Versus Bleeding Reality
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The topic of school security came up at a faculty meeting at Oakland University in Michigan. Someone said they should fight back against an attacker on campus. That sounded like a good idea. One Pennsylvania school gave each classroom a bucket of rocks with which to fight off an intruder. The Oakland faculty passed a proposal to issue hockey pucks for school security. The local police chief might have planted the idea. A common classroom demonstration uses tennis balls against an attacker who is armed with an airsoft gun.
 

Why "Gun-Free" Zones Don't Work and How to Survive Them
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The nation’s attention was on Chicago recently where a police officer and two others were murdered by a deranged gunman at Chicago’s Mercy Hospital. The loss of life may have even been greater were it not for the bravery and heroism of Chicago police officer Samuel Jimenez, who gave his life to protect others.
 

WA: Lewis County Sheriff’s Office won’t Seek Out I-1639 Violators
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office will not seek out violators to Washington’s recently passed Initiative 1639, which is one of the toughest gun laws on the books across the country. However, Lewis County Sheriff Robert Snaza stressed that doesn’t mean the sheriff’s office wouldn’t enforce the law. If a case were to come up where a portion of I-1639 were violated, Snaza said the office would fully investigate the crime.
 

Rep. Scalise Explains to 'The View' Why His Position on Gun Control Hasn't Changed After Being Shot
Submitted by: David Williamson
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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) explained his firm pro-Second Amendment stance to ‘View’ host Whoopi Goldberg Tuesday. Goldberg told Scalise that she was “a bit surprised” that after he was shot by a man targeting Republicans at a Congressional baseball practice in June 2017 he doesn’t “seem to have an idea that there may be some more gun control that we need to work on with stuff like this.”
 

Rifleman Q & A: Cattle Brand Colts
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I saw a unique Single Action Army at a gun show recently. It was gold-plated and completely engraved with cattle brands. All the owner of the gun could tell me was that it was a “cattle brand Colt.” Can you tell me about this type of engraving or its history?
 

PA: Philly Supermarket Stops Selling Realistic Toy Guns After Weekend Protest
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Demonstrators used a marker to show how young buyers could further disguise this toy as the real thing.
 

New for 2019: Remington RM380 Executive
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Providing enhanced aesthetics to the durable line of .380 ACP pistols in the company's lineup, Remington announced the availability of the RM380 Executive at the end of 2018. This new model incorporates several added features designed to facilitate easy carry and comfortable shooting.
 

Land of The Free 2.0 - Elk Hunting Videos with goHunt in Wyoming
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Back in early September, goHUNT's Trail Kreitzer and Brady Miller joined Born and Raised Outdoors and Zack Boughton of Montana Wild for an action-packed elk hunt in Wyoming. The bulls were screaming, the action was hot and to top it off... you had a group of very experienced elk hunters and one extremely inexperienced elk hunter. That combination made for a week to remember!
 

Should Check of Social Media be Required to Get a Gun License?
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Should authorities be able to deny handgun licenses for hateful tweets? A New York lawmaker is raising the question with a bill that would require police to scrutinize the social media activity and online searches of handgun license applicants, and disqualify those who have published violent or hateful posts.
 

Political Solutions Won't Work; NRA Plan Might
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In this polarized society, there isn’t much gray area when it comes to the National Rifle Association. Idaho politicians love the organization, because NRA endorsements tend to lead to election wins. Detractors will paint the NRA as the root of all evil for its unwavering support of Second Amendment rights, even in the aftermath of school shootings.
 

WaPo: You Know, Those Trump Supporters Suffer From Problems...Below The Waist
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Is this a real article in The Washington Post? I mean it shouldn’t shock us that liberals think of new ways to show a) what insufferable cancers they are to this country; and b) why Trump won in 2016. This one is often lobbed at those who support Second Amendment rights; people must like guns because they’re compensating for something.
 

‘You reap what you sow’! David Hogg’s Terrified of the Future Gun Grabbers Like Him Want
Submitted by: David Williamson
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David Hogg has had a glimpse at the future, and he doesn’t like what he sees. You think so, David? Think maybe this fear is one reason so many Americans value that Second Amendment you love to rail against?
 

Why the Hullabaloo Over State Representative Matt Shea?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 2018 midterm election cycle saw a repeat — and in many ways an escalation — of the left-wing political violence and mayhem of the 2016 elections: Antifa rioting in the streets; Indivisible occupying and disrupting congressional offices and town hall meetings; and Maxine Waters’ cadres stalking and terrorizing Republican officeholders and conservative pundits at restaurants, supermarkets, and their homes.
 

FL: Pension Fund Supports Urging ‘Responsible’ Gun Safety
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Florida has joined a coalition of major pension funds and investment companies that have adopted a set of principles aimed at encouraging gun manufacturers and retailers to act responsibly. Ash Williams, executive director of the State Board of Administration, which oversees the state pension fund and other investments, said the agreement carries no mandates for gun-related companies. But he said it is designed to raise awareness of issues that could impact the value of investments in the firearms industry.
 

Texas Lawmakers Always Fight About Guns. This Legislative Session Will Be No Different.
Submitted by: David Williamson
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During the weeks leading up to next session of the Texas Legislature, we're examining some of the state's most pressing issues – and the bills lawmakers have filed to address them. First up, guns. Two of the worst mass shootings in the state's history have taken place since the last legislative session – one in a Sutherland Springs church that left 26 dead and 20 injured; another in Santa Fe High School that left 13 dead and 10 injured.
 

Why Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Is Calling for Firearm Background Checks
Submitted by: David Williamson
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After announcing his involvement in the Toms apparel company’s campaign to support universal background checks in the firearm industry last week, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard went one step further on Monday, calling out 34 fellow country artists to add their voice of support to Toms’ “End Gun Violence Together” campaign.
 

Why Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Is Calling for Firearm Background Checks
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After announcing his involvement in the Toms apparel company’s campaign to support universal background checks in the firearm industry last week, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard went one step further on Monday, calling out 34 fellow country artists to add their voice of support to Toms’ “End Gun Violence Together” campaign.
 

TX: Man Accused of Stealing 26 Guns From Local Pawnshop Pleads Guilty
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Christwell Lowell Mathes, Jr., 23, of Copperas Cove, who was charged in September 2017 in connection with the theft of 26 guns from a Copperas Cove pawnshop, was sentenced to eight years in prison Monday after deciding to plead guilty as his jury trial got underway in Gatesville. Mathes pleaded guilty to burglary of a building and to enhancements that boosted the offense from a state jail felony to a third-degree felony, prosecutors said.
 

Dick's CEO Updates on Guns Stance Impact
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Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS -2.2%) CEO Ed Stack spoke today at The Wall Street Journal CEO Council (video) on the reaction to the company's decision to move to ban assault-style weapons and raise the gun-buying age to 21.
 

AZ: 2 Arrested After Crashing into Chandler Store, Stealing 21 Guns
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Two people have been arrested after driving through the entrance of a Chandler store and stealing nearly two dozen handguns, police say. The incident happened around 11 p.m. Monday at the Shopper’s Supply near Alma School and Queen Creek roads.
 

Classic Guns: The Model 1888 Commission Rifle in Africa
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The old German fortress at Namutoni sits on the Southeastern fringe of the Etosha pan, a massive salt lake on the central plateau of what is now known as the Republic of Namibia. Although it might present the kind of colonial charm that appeals to tourists today, the fort’s striking white facade also reminds visitors of a time when conflict touched the Kalahari Basin. On the left side of the main gate is an old plaque presenting these words.
 

NJ: One Year, Eight New Gun-Control Laws in New Jersey
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Under an orange banner on a November day — one day after a dozen people were killed by a shooter in a Southern California bar; two weeks after 11 people were killed by a shooter at a Pittsburgh synagogue — Gov. Murphy made his state's already tough gun laws even stronger, signing into law New Jersey's eighth major gun-control measure of the year.
 

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