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Speer to Launch New Products at the 2018 SHOT Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Speer will launch five new products within several lines during the 2018 SHOT Show (Booth No. 14551), January 23-26 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Highlights include the new Speer Handloading Manual No. 15 and Gold Dot 200-grain 10mm Auto. Gold Dot ammunition’s reliability has made it the No. 1 choice for law enforcement, and the powerful 10mm Auto load offers the same performance for self-defense.
 

WA Bump Stock Poll: Majority Opposes Idea
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When Seattle’s KIRO, the local CBS affiliate, asked whether bump stocks should be banned, an online — and unscientific — poll showed a majority of respondents have said “No” by a wide margin.

According to the poll results at this writing, 64 percent of poll participants oppose the idea of banning the controversial accessory, while only 32 percent support the proposed ban. A hearing held Monday before the state Senate Law & Justice Committee in Olympia that drew about 1,000 people also revealed strong opposition, and also considerable support.
 

OH: Camp Perry Open's 'Super Final' Event Unlike any Other
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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With music blaring, cowbells ringing and the audience cheering behind them, marksmen young and old took aim in a competitive shooting event unlike any other.

On Saturday, the Gary Anderson CMP Competition Center hosted what has grown to become the highlight of the three-day Camp Perry Open match, the “Super Final,” a rare competitive shooting event that invites audible distraction from spectators.

The Camp Perry Open began around 13 years ago, just a few years before the then-new competition center opened a decade ago, according to CMP program coordinator Brad Donoho.

“We decided to grow this small event into a bit of a bigger one,” Donoho said.

 

45 ACP Ammo You Can Count On in Your Self Defense Handgun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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You can count on any and all .45 ACP ammo, right? Can we all agree that any ammunition that says .45 ACP on the box is capable of the following?
 

VA: Several Democratic Gun Control Measures Voted Down in General Assembly
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Several gun control measures that Governor Ralph Northam included in his legislative priorities for the 2018 General Assembly session were voted down by the Senate Courts of Justice committee Monday morning. Legislation requiring background checks for all gun purchases, punishing people for carrying firearms in areas where alcohol is served, allowing localities to ban firearms at permitted events, and requiring gun owners to report lost or stolen guns all failed mostly along party line votes.
 

Feds: Guns Bought on 'Dark Web' Posing Security Threat in 2018
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A covert operation by the federal government finds--buying illegal firearms on the dark web--is easier than first thought. The new report--in the wake of a series of mass shootings--comes on the heels of a CBS46 probe, showcasing the problem in Atlanta. With legitimate gun sellers unwilling to sell to prohibited buyers., those seeking automatic weapons are going dark, the government audit found.
 

WA: Banning Guns in State Senate, House Galleries is Common Sense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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State Sen. Phil Fortunato’s Op-Ed defending the “right” to bring high-powered military assault weapons into the Senate and House galleries in Olympia, just above the floor of the House and Senate chambers, is a bad idea.
 

Video: Russia’s FEDOR Robot Can Drive a Car and Even Shoot Guns
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Is Russia toying with the idea of building real-life terminator robots? Well, if a video Alex Klokus shared on Facebook tells us anything, they already accomplished that feat, and it’s really terrifying what this thing can do.
 

AUSTRALIA: Indigenous Mother Threatens to Shoot 'Privileged' White Kids
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A MAJOR Coast school was put on high alert after an indigenous mother threatened to shoot all the "white, racist f---s" and "privileged, little white children" on the grounds. Iesha Lillian Nixon, 38, wasn't happy with the Department of Education and Training's response when she told them her son had been "racially vilified" at Nambour State College. Wanting to enrol him into Burnside State School, Nixon was on the phone to a department representative on February 8, 2017 for 45 minutes before the conversation turned violent.
 

Does Hunting Reduce Coyote Populations?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Differences of opinion exist as to the overall effect of hunting efforts, especially big, organized hunts, on coyote populations. Many hunters believe taking out coyotes helps wild-game populations by removing a top-end predator from the landscape, although no eradication attempt has been 100-percent effective.
 

VT: State Senate to Hold Hearing on Gun Bills
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Vermont has a traditional hunting culture and is counted among a small group of states with liberal gun laws. Residents can conceal and carry a gun without a permit, for example, and there are few restrictions on where gun owners can carry firearms — guns are prohibited only on school grounds, school buses, courthouses and the Statehouse. While background checks are required for new gun purchases, secondhand firearms can be sold without a review of the purchasers' criminal background through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.

 

KS: WSU Gun Case Points to Potential Loophole For Criminals in Campus Carry
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The Kansas Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a onetime Wichita State University student who was arrested for carrying a loaded gun in the lobby of a campus apartment building – an act that is no longer illegal. But while the issues in the case are largely moot since the Legislature legalized campus carry three years ago, the details point to what could be an unintended loophole allowing criminals who are barred from carrying a gun to get away with it.
 

Gunsmith Sets Up Shop in Rural Stark County Home
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A longtime Stark County resident has moved his gunsmith shop and firearms-related business from Peoria to his home outside Princeville. The County Board granted Jerry Fletcher a special use permit last week to operate Hard Target Gun and Ammunition Supply at 10345 Township Rd. 71 N, just north of the Peoria-Stark County line.
 

MO: Guns Stolen from Police Car in St. Louis County
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Police are investigating after two department-issued guns were stolen from a marked police car in a south St. Louis County subdivision early Friday morning. St. Louis County police said the car was broken into between 2 and 7 a.m. while it was parked in the driveway of a home in the Southcrest Subdivision. Two department-issued guns were taken.
 

To Ward off Mass Shooters, Oswego County Church Encourages Congregation to Bring Guns
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When the parishioners at one Oswego County church gather for worship each week, many of them are armed. And it's no secret. The Lighthouse Mexico Church of God even advertises that its not a gun-free zone - a response to the frequent mass shootings in the country that's the subject of some debate.
 

WA: Tighter Gun Laws Up for Debate in Olympia
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One of the most contentious hearings in the current Legislative session is happening Monday morning with a series of gun law proposals up for debate in Olympia. There are several gun regulation bills being considered this session, but among the most contested are five bills in the Senate that would ban high capacity magazines, among other things.
 

Trump is Right About the Dems and DACA
Submitted by: David Williamson
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My experience with immigration reform goes back to 2006-7. I remember the marches, McCain-Kennedy, and other efforts over the years. You can put me down as someone who was willing to legalize some of these individuals on a work visa basis but never a path to citizenship. I also wanted them to pay a fine and go through a background check here and in their country of origin.
 

High School Friend Arrested, Charged with Death of Pre-Med Student
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A 20-year-old high school friend named Samuel Lincoln Woodward was arrested Friday and charged with the death of Blaze Bernstein. Nineteen-year-old Bernstein’s body was discovered in a shallow grave in Borrego Park on Tuesday. According to the Orange County Register, Woodward admitted to communicating with Bersntein via SnapChat before he disappeared on January 2. He claims they met and drove to a Hobby Lobby parking lot to “catch up,” and from there went to the park.
 

VA: Gun Legislation Takes Center Stage at State Capitol
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At the state capitol Monday gun legislation took center stage.
Supporters on both sides of the issue came out in full force holding rallies throughout the day. Meanwhile, a Senate committee where Republicans hold the advantage voted against a bill proposing universal background checks, and a bill that would have allowed cities and counties to ban firearms at certain public events.

 

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