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OK: Opponents of Constitutional Carry Said to Employ 'Scare Tactics' as New Law Set to Take Effect
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Supporters of so-called permitless carry are not predicting an uptick in gun violence when the law takes effect. But critics aren’t buying it. The law is set to take effect Nov. 1, but a legal challenge could put it on hold and ultimately nullify the law.
 

CA: Man Admits to Selling AR-15's, but Feds Agree to Drop Charges
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An undercover investigation into an assault-style weapons factory found that felons were able to build their own untraceable weapons and parts without undergoing any background checks. Then federal prosecutors dropped the case. For more than a year, investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) captured undercover video of Joseph Roh's shop.
 

VA: Gun Control is Front and Center in Virginia Races
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Gun control has emerged as a key issue in next month’s off-year elections in Virginia, a state that is seen as a bellwether of what could come in national elections in 2020. Republicans currently hold a razor-thin majority in both houses of the state legislature, and with all 140 seats on the ballot this year, Democrats hope to turn those chambers blue.
 

The Clintons: Flesh-eating Disease of the American Body Politic
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If we reflect on the current crises that afflict our nation, look no farther than the poison injected into our national bloodstream by the Clintons. There is no need to go back to the numerous scandals that bedeviled Bill Clinton's days in office, as governor of Arkansas and as president.
 

Shooting Sports Liberate Women: A Tale of 2 Grandmothers in India
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Firearms can be “equalizers” in some self-defense situations, creating a balance of power on behalf of people in harm’s way who find themselves at a disadvantage. Firearms can also be “equalizers” in society. The knowledge of responsible firearms use—and particularly the practice of shooting sports—can have a healthy and empowering effect on people who may otherwise be marginalized. This particularly applies to women and to those considered elderly.
 

BATFE Drops 80% Receiver Case in California; Fears Precedent
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In 2014, Joseph Roh had a business that dealt in firearms parts. As part of the business, he facilitated the production of lower receivers for AR-15 type firearms, from 80% receivers, in California. In the business, he or his employees would set up the 80% receiver in a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) milling machine. Then, they required the customer to “push the green button”. BATFE believed this made the business one that was manufacturing firearms without a license. Roh was arrested in 2014.
 

NJ: Monday Marks Start of Black Bear Hunting Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Monday marks the start of New Jersey's black bear hunting season. Jeffrey Wren is the president of the Middlesex County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs. He says he represents about 520 sportsmen who are all in favor of the hunt. "The bear population gets too large, somebody is going to get hurt," he says. "By keeping the population in check, it reduces the chance of human/bear confrontation."
 

NE: Special Youth Hunting Season Set Later This Month
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Youths 15 and younger are encouraged to participate in the statewide youth pheasant, quail and partridge season on Oct. 19-20. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says rooster pheasants will be released on 14 wildlife management areas before the 2019 youth season. Special youth hunts will be held only on the management areas.
 

MN: Pheasant Hunting in Minnesota, Past and Present
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Pheasants debuted in Minnesota in 1905, when state wildlife officials received 70 pairs from Illinois and Wisconsin. Quickly released, the birds also quickly perished. A sportsmen’s group, the Minnesota Game Protective League, set up a game farm on Lake Minnetonka’s Big Island in 1917, and lawmakers coughed up $17,000 to raise pheasants there, and also bobwhite quail and ruffed grouse.
 

TX: Hunters flock to Austin for Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener
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Roll out the orange carpet for hunting season. Today, the city of Austin hosted the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener for the first time. “For pheasant hunters, this is Christmas morning,” said Governor Tim Walz. However, there were concerns ahead of the opener that unharvested crops, wet fields and lower numbers of pheasants could pose a problem.
 

Dick’s Spends Big on Gun-Chopping, Virtue-Signaling Bonanza (But It Will Still Sell You a Firearm)
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Ed Stack, the CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods, wants you to know he’s committed to keeping AR-15s “off the street.” But he’s also committed (for the time being) to selling other types of firearms. That’s the genius of Ed Stack. He’s perfectly capable of holding two contradictory opinions at the same time. He’ll take one sort of gun buyer’s money and then lecture another on the evils of firearms.
 

WA: Hunting Season Means Business for Some in the Region
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Many hunters in the region circled Saturday’s date on the calendar as modern firearm deer and waterfowl hunting seasons began. And hunters are not the only ones hoping this year will be a good season for those seeking game in the mountains. “We’re anticipating it is going to be a lot busier than it was last year,” said Mauricio Alcaraz, general manager of CJ’s Custom Meats in Wapato. Alcaraz processes venison and other game meats, as well as livestock.
 

Vanity Fair Fawns over Warren’s Gun Control Agenda
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Vanity Fair is out with what amounts to fawning praise of Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s gun control—referring to it as “gun reform”—scheme as she rises in the polls, while unmistakably taking a swipe at competitor Joe Biden, following their appearances at a “Gun Safety Forum” in Las Vegas last week.

That event was organized by March for Our Lives and the Giffords gun control group. Nine Democrats appeared at the event, which was pure gun control from beginning to end.
 

History of 338 Lapua Magnum Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Research Armament Industries (RAI), an American company, was the first to introduce the concept of a long-range sniper cartridge in .338 caliber in 1983. The idea was to develop a cartridge for the U.S. Navy that was capable of extreme long-range shots against persons and material. The company Nammo Lapua Oy, commonly known as Lapua, joined the project to manufacture the casings for the ammo testing process. RAI withdrew from the program during the testing process, so Lapua started producing the whole cartridge on their own.
 

CA Democrats Expand Red Flag Law Again, Lengthen Confiscatory Period
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Democrats expanded California’s Red Flag Law again by lengthening the confiscatory period and broadening the number of people who can push for confiscation to begin with.

California’s Red Flag statute is referred to as a Gun Violence Restraining Order. The orders were adopted in 2016, after being pushed as a means of temporarily taking guns away from dangerous people. The confiscatory period was one year when the orders first became law, but the Associated Press reports that Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed a bill Friday that allows the confiscatory period to expand to five years.
 

CW Weekend: Speed Vs Accuracy
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The age old debate: is it speed or accuracy that wins? Usually accuracy, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t train to be fast as well. We all know that if you ever had to use your gun in defense of yourself, you should aim for a vital area in order to end the engagement. That requires being accurate, and a determined-enough attacker may require a headshot to put them down.
 

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) On The Issues Of Gun Possession & Abortion
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Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) has been an outspoken critic of the Second Amendment and a strong proponent of gun control for years. She has vigorously attacked civilian ownership and possession of modern sporting and self-defense semiautomatic rifles—what antigun zealots pejoratively and erroneously refer to as ‘assault weapons’ and ‘weapons of war’—and has called for an “assault weapons” ban. In fact, she has made pushing an “assault weapons” ban one of her top two legislative priorities.
 

CA: CDFW Says New Background Checks for Ammo Means Hunters Should Get Ammo Now
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California’s 2019-20 waterfowl hunting season opens Oct. 19 throughout much of the state and waterfowl hunters are encouraged to stock up on their favorite duck and goose loads sooner rather than later so as not to miss out on any hunting opportunities. “Waterfowl hunters tend to be very generous people, and one of the best things about the season are those special invitations to be a guest at a private duck club or a last-minute offer to join in on a waterfowl reservation at a public hunting area,” said Melanie Weaver, who oversees the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) waterfowl program.
 

Newsom Just Delivered Another Blow to the Second Amendment in California
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Friday signed 15 gun control bills into law, which expands the Golden State's already stringent gun laws, the Los Angeles Times reported. Newsom has made a name for himself because of his calls for stricter gun laws, specifically surrounding an assault weapons ban, high capacity magazine ban and the implementation of Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs), commonly referred to as red flag laws.
 

First Look at The VRPA40 12GA from RIA
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Rock Island Armory does it again. This time they combined the reliability of a pump-action shotgun with the convenience of a magazine-fed firearm. The VRPA40 is NOT available to the public at this time. However, it will be starting in January 2020. The list price will be $599 which is a little high for a pump-action, but low for a magazine-fed.
 

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