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Coronavirus is Proving Some in the US like Soviet-Style Governance
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We have entered a time when a Texas official is happy to call on her fellow citizens to indict those who may be doing nothing wrong. Quite extraordinary. What we're seeing here is an admittedly less serious but still similar version of Soviet and Nazi-style snitch fetishism. Yes, those found in breach of the judge's authority are unlikely to be sent to a gulag or a concentration camp. Still, the socially corrosive rot of this approach is clear. And in a historically enduring sense, it is perhaps best encapsulated by the story of Pavlik Morozov.
 

Is ‘Lockdown Showdown’ Imminent as MI, WA Citizens Fight Back?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On the day after hundreds of angry Michigan citizens entered the Capitol building in Lansing—some of them visibly armed—to protest Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-home order, she extended it without legislative approval, possibly setting the stage for a legal confrontation.

More than 2,250 miles to the west, a group of citizens in Washington State, including gubernatorial candidate and anti-tax crusader Tim Eyman will file a federal lawsuit against Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee for his extended statewide shutdown. Eyman sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, inviting him to join the lawsuit.
 

Is Anti-Gun Group Perpetuating Myth of ‘Drive-Through Gun Sales?’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Seattle-based gun prohibition lobbying group is reaching out to supporters for donations with a message asserting “the federal government is making it as easy as possible for people to panic-buy firearms and ammunition by allowing drive-through gun sales,” but is this a carefully-crafted myth?

The billionaire-backed Alliance for Gun Responsibility declares in its message, “Right now, for every one drive-through COVID-19 testing site in the U.S., there are 100 gun dealers that can now offer drive-through pick-up. As our communities face the dual threat of gun violence and coronavirus it should not be easier to get a gun than a COVID test. Period.”
 

New Mexico Governor Pivots, Gun Stores Can Reopen During Coronavirus Shutdown
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) extended her state’s coronavirus shutdown two more weeks, but simultaneously noted that Federal Firearms License holders (FFLs) could reopen their gun stores and take customers by appointment. On May 1, KOB 4 reported that Grisham extended the shutdown to May 15, but allowed gun stores, pet services, and golf courses to open sooner.
 

The Second Amendment Day of Reckoning Is About to Dawn
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The ballyhoo over the U.S. Supreme Court’s tiptoe around a Second Amendment decision this week might be a gun control celebration a little too soon. The Supreme Court ruled this week in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York that changes made after the Court granted certiorari (agreed to hear the appeal) to the City of New York’s onerous ordinance and regulations rendered the case “moot.” That’s the ordinance that burdened the ability of the city’s gun owners to travel with lawfully owned, unloaded, and locked firearms to destinations outside the city.
 

Florida Alert! On Guns, Joe Biden Is Full of It
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Presumptive Democratic 2020 presidential nominee Joe Biden is not one for clarity, tact or a firm grasp of the facts. However, even an American public that has long been aware of his shortcomings was taken aback in early March when the former vice president launched an unhinged attack on a pro-Second Amendment autoworker. The verbal dispute occurred as Biden toured a Fiat Chrysler plant in Michigan as the state was holding its primary.
 

If ‘Congress Shall Make No Law…’ Why Can Governors?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” That’s unambiguous. Not “pretty unambiguous,” just unambiguous. Full stop. Yet governors across the country are ignoring or suspending almost every one of those rights enumerated at the top of the Bill of Rights, with little to no pushback from the press, which just happens to be the only part of the first two amendments not under assault.
 

History of 9x21mm IMI Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Introduced in 1980, the 9x21mm IMI was a creation between the Franco Benvenuti agency of Italy and Israel Military Industries (IMI). Many countries, including Italy and most of the European Union, have banned the use of all military ammunition, such as the 9mm Parabellum. In order to circumvent gun control measures, the collaborative effort to create a substitute ammunition was seen as a good resolution and would allow civilians to own and use a powerful cartridge without fear of repercussions.
 

Eva Shockey Is NRA Country
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Eva Shockey grew up the daughter of a rugged mountain man and a feminine ballet dancer as two very different role models. “I’ve always been very ‘girly’. I didn’t have examples in my life of females who loved to hunt, so it took me years to realize that I don’t need to be one thing or the other. I can be feminine and love to hunt!” says the mother, author and TV personality. Shockey is quick to promote the benefits of an outdoor lifestyle, and just like NRA Country, she isn’t afraid to stand for what she believes.
 

MI: Veteran Oakland County sheriff's deputy charged in pregnant teen's shooting
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A veteran Oakland County sheriff's deputy is facing a criminal charge in the shooting of a pregnant16-year-old girl in a vehicle during a March traffic stop in Pontiac.

Deputy Christopher Cadotte, 52, was arraigned Friday in 50th District Court in Pontiac on a charge of careless discharge of a firearm causing injury or death in the March 9 incident.

Cadotte, a 20-year veteran police officer, was released on a $25,000 personal bond. His next court date is June 16, according to the Sheriff's Office and court records.

The Sheriff's Office said in a news release that termination proceedings have begun.
 

Senators Warn Banks Not to Use Recovery Funds to Starve Gun Business
Submitted by: David Williamson
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U.S. Senators are warning big banks not to use the recent pandemic recovery funds as a bludgeon against industries they find out of fashion. In other words, don’t use taxpayer funds as a weapon to score political points at the next corporate cocktail party. U.S. Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.), along with 18 additional senators, authored a letter to Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin and Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, warning them not just that this could happen, but they fully expect it to happen. That’s because they have seen it happen before.
 

Canada’s PM Bans 1,500 Makes of Firearms in Wake of Nova Scotia Shooting Rampage
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (shown) announced on Friday a complete ban on the sale, purchase, ownership, or transfer of some 1,500 makes and models of what he called “assault-style” weapons. His announcement followed less than two weeks a rampage by a gunman who killed 22 people in Nova Scotia.
 

NRA on Former VP Biden: On Guns, Joe Biden Is Full Of It
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Presumptive Democratic 2020 presidential nominee Joe Biden is not one for clarity, tact, or a firm grasp of the facts. However, even an American public that has long been aware of his shortcomings was taken aback in early March when the former vice president launched an unhinged attack on a pro-Second Amendment autoworker.
 

Meet the Florida Firefighter Who Refused to Close His Gun Store
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On the afternoon of March 24, two Delray Beach, Fla., code enforcement officials walked into Wex Gunworks and told owner Brandon Wexler that he had to shut down over concerns about coronavirus. Wexler's mind immediately went to the customers who had begun flooding his shop as the deadly virus spread. Florida law requires stores to hold guns purchased by residents without gun-carry permits for at least five days. Wexler had more than 500 people waiting on their purchases at the time.
 

CT: Connecticut Gun Manufacturer’s ‘Ranch’ Rifle Among Weapons Banned in Canada
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Connecticut gun manufacturer’s “ranch” rifle is among the assault-style weapons Canada banned Friday following the Nova Scotia mass shooting, according to a report. The “Mini-14” is sold by Sturm Ruger based in Fairfield, which markets the weapons as “rugged, reliable and durable on the farm, ranch or in the deep woods,” the Connecticut Post reports.
 

KY: Protesters Rally at State Capitol for Re-Opening Kentucky
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Saturday was the first day in nearly two months that Governor Andy Beshear did not hold a daily briefing. That did not stop hundreds of protesters from gathering at the State Capitol with a message: open Kentucky now. "The sun is shining, and I feel like people have been mindful in a way that they maybe ordinarily wouldn't have this time last year, say we were at the Derby," says Kentucky Representative Savannah Maddox.
 

Review: Wheeler Delta Series Compact Rifle Cleaning Kit
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Whether you’re of the “I clean my guns every time I shoot them” or “I clean my guns when they get so dirty they stop working properly” mindset, one constant is Murphy: if something can go wrong, it will. For this reason it’s a smart idea to have a small tool kit with common items - allen wrenches, screwdrivers and other useful tools - in your range bag. It’s also smart to have common cleaning supplies as well, and here’s where Wheeler’s Delta Series Compact Rifle Cleaning Kit comes in.
 

Walther Arms Launches HEROES VIP Discount Program
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Across the country, firearm and accessory manufacturers have worked within state health guidelines in order to provide a steady stream of guns for those looking to protect themselves and their families in uncertain times, as many are, according to recent NICS numbers. Companies have also donated time, money and manufacturing space to provide healthcare workers, first responders and essential personnel with the supplies they need to continue working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Walther Arms is looking to reward these front-line workers with its HEROES VIP program.
 

Assistant Police Chief Shot By Nephew Using His Stolen Gun
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A Georgia assistant police chief was shot in the upper chest after he returned home to discover two of his handguns had been stolen. The incident occurred at a residence on Ag Lane shortly before 3 p.m. last Saturday, WFXG reported.
 

Midwest Industries MI-CBUIS Fixed Combat BUIS Review
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When I first got into modern sporting rifles like the AR-15 in 2004, the backup iron sight (or BUIS) market was very limited. LMT had a set, so did Knights Armorment, and plenty of people simply cut down detachable carry handles. And while all of these worked, more and more companies entered the fray with their own variations.
 

GA: Migratory Bird Hunting Dates, Regulations Approved
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Waterfowl hunting season planning can now get underway since the 2020-2021 migratory bird season hunting dates and regulations were recently approved by the Board of Natural Resources. “Recent federal legislation, the Natural Resources Management Act, allows Georgia to offer two additional days of duck hunting to active duty military and veterans,” Greg Balkcom, the state waterfowl biologist for the DNR’s Wildlife Resources Division, said in a news release. “These days will occur on the same dates as Youth Waterfowl Days, which are on Nov. 14-15 this year. The duck hunting season will end on the fixed date of Jan. 31 like last year.
 

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