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History of Armscor Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With its roots dating all the way back to 1905, Armscor is a firearms manufacturing company based out of the Philippines. They started as Squires Bingham & Co., and are now a global firearms producer, exporting to more than 50 countries on six continents. They’re known for their inexpensive 1911-pattern pistols, revolvers, shotguns, sporting rifles, parts, and ammunition.
 

MI: Number of hunters in Michigan, nation are declining
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Hunting keeps Alpena County resident Allen Shaw connected to family, as well as the great outdoors.

Shaw has been hunting for the last 16 years and remembers hunting with his father and grandfather.

Throughout the years, Shaw has hunted deer, bear, turkey, and small game. But, Shaw said, for him, a successful hunt isn’t necessarily one where an animal has been harvested. It’s more about time spent with his family.

“My favorite part about hunting is family time,” Shaw told The Alpena News. “Before I was old enough to actually hunt, I remember hanging out with my grandfather and sitting with him all day long when I was 8 years old. With the heater we had, we actually cooked soup on top of that for lunch.”
 

WA: Seattle Gun, Ammo Tax Revenue Falls Short 4th Consecutive Year
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For the fourth consecutive year, the City of Seattle’s special tax on firearms and ammunition has fallen far short of original predictions, although according to data provided by the city, revenue was up slightly in 2019.

Last year, the city collected $85,352, which is just over $7,800 more than the $77,518 collected in 2018.
 

Hawkins: Last Night We Saw Why Americans Own 16+ Million AR-15s
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As televisions and computers showed a fourth day of protesters turned rioters Saturday, looting and destroying property, it was readily apparent why Americans own 16+ million AR-15s.

When Robert ‘Beto’ O’Rourke was still vying for the Democrat nomination–and pledging to come take away your AR-15–Breitbart News spoke with the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) about what a Herculean task that would be. After all, the AR-15 is the most popular rifle platform in America.
 

WY: Homicide Investigation Determined To Be Self-Defense
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On May 22, 2020 at around 11pm, officers with the Cheyenne Police Department responded to The Lamp Lounge (101 West 6th St), regarding a male, later identified as Aaron Briggs, 36, of Cheyenne, who entered that location and was bleeding from his upper body. Briggs collapsed and was transported to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center for treatment. Briggs was declared deceased by attending medical staff on May 22, 2020 at around 11:45pm.
 

Member's Hunt: Kinship on Kodiak
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I grew up on a small farm 8 miles outside a small town in Michigan. My father hunted in his younger days, but working a factory job, farming, being active in our Baptist church, and working with the county farm bureau and county soil conservation district, he had little time for hunting. Most of my friends began hunting when I was 14, the minimum age to firearm deer hunt in Michigan at that time, and I heard the stories and saw the deer the lucky ones had shot and decided I, too, would be a deer hunter.
 

Four Great Options for Single-Stack Subcompact 9 mm Pistols
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Many people enjoy picking up the latest, greatest pistols. I know I do, and I bet many of you do as well. However, "old school" handguns (firearms that have been on the market for a while) with proven track records are often the best personal-defense buys on the market. Not only do they have a history of success, the guns are often less expensive. Sometimes you can even grab one in the used market for extra savings.
 

Florida Alert! Mediation "Fruitless" in 18-21 year old Gun Purchase Lawsuit Fight
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The National Rifle Association and Florida officials are asking a federal judge to drop court-ordered mediation in a lawsuit challenging a 2018 state law that prevents people under age 21 from purchasing firearms. The ban was included in a sweeping law passed in response to the Feb. 14, 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. Nikolas Cruz, who was 19 at the time of the shooting, is accused of killing 17 students and faculty members with a semi-automatic weapon.
 

Rioter Disarmed by Armed Security Guard After Stealing an AR-15 From a Wrecked Police Car
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As rioting escalated around the country last night, one of the cities that was hardest hit was Seattle. The city announced a 5 p.m. curfew that was widely ignored as bands of thousands of rioters roamed the downtown area smashing windows, looting stores, and torching cars.
 

Should People Be Less Dismissive of Voter Fraud Concerns?
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When President Donald Trump complained on Twitter about the potential for voter fraud stemming from mail-in ballots, the messaging company’s “fact checkers” insisted there is “no evidence” that voting by mail increases the potential, according to Fox News.

However, by no small coincidence, the Washington Times carried a story at the same time about a postal worker who had been charged by federal prosecutors on mail-fraud charges for allegedly altering absentee ballot requests during a primary election last month.
 

America Burning, We Now Know What to Expect if Trump Wins in November
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Multiple major US cities were left burning after so-called “protesters” took advantage of the death of George Floyd at the hands of one rogue cop, to destroy, steal and burn private and public property. Instead of peaceful protest calling for change, we had organized agitators, teenagers, and criminals take advantage of a heartbreakingly tragic situation to rob, loot, and destroy, then burn post offices, banks, retail stores, fast-food restaurants, and liquor stores.
 

TX: Man shot to death by step-daughter in apparent self-defense
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A shooting at a north Harris County apartment complex may be a case of self-defense, investigators said. It happened on the 2400 block of Spring Rain Drive around 6:15 a.m. When deputies arrived, they found a 40-year-old man dead from a gunshot wound.
 

Would Deadly Force Be Justified If Your Vehicle is Being Attacked?
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As the riots that started in Minneapolis have spread across the country, some of those committing the violence have left the neighborhoods and taken to stopping traffic and shutting down roadways and then attacking the stopped vehicles with blunt objects heavy enough to smash out windows. So the question gets raised, “Would a deadly force defense be justified in that kind of situation?
 

Editor’s Choice: Kel-Tec P17
Submitted by: David Williamson
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KEL-TEC’s P17 is a gun that jumps out because of its price ($199), but there’s much more that makes the P17 worth highlighting this year. The .22 Long Rifle, by itself, isn’t anything to shout about, but given that many manufacturers have returned to the rimfire market recently, it’s worth noting. Additionally, the pistol’s easy-to-rack slide and compact dimensions are also marks of trends in the gun world. The industry continues to expand its concealed-carry offerings and make carry-size guns more accessible and manageable for the less-than-strong-handed among us.
 

Can’t Find 9mm? Alternative Handgun Ammo That Escaped the Panic
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With millions of 9mm pistols and carbines in circulation, and more being produced every day, it was a shock to find supplies of said parabellum ammo vanish in the lastest panic. Without a doubt, popular handgun calibers like 9x19mm Luger, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .380 ACP, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP sold out fast and, while the stocks are resurging as ammo makers scramble to meet demand while complying with state-mandated lockdowns and federal COVID-19 safety guidelines, they are nowhere near what they were earlier this year. Added to the coronavirus-inspired buying spree is a new wave of urban unrest while events like the 2020 hurricane season and the general election in November are on the horizon, ready to spark their waves of gun rushes.
 

Protective Gear for the Range
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s clear that we’re seeing a lot of first-time gun owners right now for a variety of reasons. That’s fantastic - it is always a good thing when folks exercise their Second Amendment rights. We’re all hoping the new folks take a few classes and get quality training, and of course practice, practice practice. If you’re new to this whole shooting thing, though, you might not be aware of the gear you need to stay safe on the range. Here’s a rundown of the most critical pieces of protective equipment to bring when going shooting.
 

Hunting: Late-season hunt calls for a change in your turkey tactics
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The alarm goes off at 3:30 but you’re already wide awake, the result of a well-practiced routine. It’s been a month of early mornings preceded by several weeks of preseason scouting and the strain is starting to take a toll. Enthusiasm is replaced with determination. Sleep beckons but you persist because it will be a long wait before the next turkey season rolls around. So, you grab a quick cup of coffee, load vest and gun into the truck and head off with mixed emotions knowing that late season turkey hunting can be both a blessing and a curse.
 

MO: Reminder- Sunday Is The Last Day To Apply For Elk Hunting Permits
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May 31 is the last day to apply for the Historic Elk Hunting season in Missouri. The Department of Conservation says residents at least 11 years of age or older can apply for the hunting permit. Landowners can also apply for their own permit.

 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
Are we at last brought to such humiliating and debasing degradation, that we cannot be trusted with arms for our defense? Where is the difference between having our arms in possession and under our direction, and having them under the management of Congress? If our defense be the real object of having those arms, in whose hands can they be trusted with more propriety, or equal safety to us, as in our own hands? — Patrick Henry, 3 J. Elliot, Debates in the Several State Conventions 45, 2d ed. Philadelphia, 1836

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