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WMD Guns Announces the SlingStock
Submitted by: David Williamson
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WMD Guns is the leader in providing performance coated firearms, parts and surface solutions to OEMs, distributors, dealers and consumers. Our arsenal of coating technologies provides the largest selection of performance coatings in the industry. WMD Guns was at SHOT Show 2019 where we featured our premium coated firearms and components, and Booth S2226 in the Supplier Showcase.
 

PA: Pittsburgh Gun Show Attendees not Keen on New Gun Laws, Favor Saturday Start to Buck Season
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As the Pennsylvania Game Commission took the use of semiautomatic rifles for big game hunting off the table Friday, patrons at the Pittsburgh Gun Show were not spooked by the controversy surrounding the firearm, whether for hunting or a ban proposed by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Local gun owners weren’t shy at the Monroeville Convention Center when it came to talking about what they consider gun rights, whether in hunting or the city of Pittsburgh.
 

William Van Alstyne, R.I.P.
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One of the nation’s foremost constitutional scholars, Professor William Van Alstyne, died on January 29. In his later years he was a friend of Cato’s Center for Constitutional Studies. In fact, in 2010, at the conclusion of the Center’s annual Constitution Day Symposium, he delivered our ninth annual B. Kenneth Simon Lecture in Constitutional Thought.
 

Free for Who?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This new “right” to universal health care is apparently free for everyone but the American taxpayer. Estimated cost $3.26 trillion per year.
 

No Go Zones: A Guide to Western Failed States and European Secessionist Movements
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The failed state is to post-modernity what the nation-state was to modernity. It’s a recent development that is a hallmark of our age – like a state, but incapable of exercising sovereignty over all of its nominal territory. And while it might sound a little far-fetched, the failed state isn’t just coming to the West. It might already be here.
 

MO: Proposed Law Would Allow Concealed Guns on Missouri Public Transit
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A bill that would allow people to bring guns onto public transit last week became the first of about 20 gun-related proposals to receive a hearing in the current Missouri legislative session. Possessing a gun on public transportation systems in Missouri is currently a felony. Republican Sen. Bob Onder’s bill would allow people with a concealed carry permits to bring a firearm on public transit such as buses run by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) or the city’s streetcar system. Amtrak passenger trains would not be affected.
 

NY: In Albany Last Week- Votes Cast by Local State Lawmakers on Bump Stocks, Waiting Periods, Guns in Schools and More
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Last week in Albany, lawmakers passed a comprehensive gun safety package that included legislation to ban bump stocks, strengthen background checks, further limit firearm possession on school grounds and to create extreme risk protection orders. They also passed bills tolling and extending the statute of limitations for child victims of sexual abuse and providing for an extension of time for the payment, without penalty, of real property taxes by by furloughed or designated non-pay federal employees.
 

MN: New Minnesota Legislature Takes a Look at Firearms Bills
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The 2018 election results in Minnesota brought the Democrats into the majority in the House and kept a Democrat in the Governor’s office. As a result early legislation has carried a decidedly left leaning agenda including the introduction of two bills aimed at gun control – a hot button liberal issue and a staple of the party’s traditional platform. This type of political maneuvering is expected anytime one party or the other gains the voting advantage. Politicians make their living in St. Paul and in order to survive they must appease the voters that put them in office.
 

Port: People Targeted by Gun-Grabbing 'Red Flag' Law Would have to Pay for Their Own Defense
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You have the right to an attorney.” We’re all familiar with that phrase, a part of the famous Miranda warning that’s a staple of television and movies and, you know, actual police work. It’s formal recognition of the right to legal counsel from the Sixth Amendment.
 

New York is Truly Becoming the Empire State, Democrat Gun Banners Rape NY Rights
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One of the most unnecessary and just cruel laws to pass was introduced by Senator Todd Kaminisky (D) who represents part of Long Island was Senate Bill S101A, which effectively allows the state of New York to tell educators they cannot have anyone on the grounds of a public school who is not a resource officer to be armed or possess any firearm. Before that, it was up to the school board to make those decisions.
 

Video: I Have This Old Gun: Boer Mauser
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Curious about the rifle whose superb accuracy and maneuverability helped Boer burghers hold out almost three years against the mighty British Empire? With its charger-loaded magazine significantly cutting reload time, the Boer Mauser really melded with the burghers' fast-moving fighting style and became widely feared in their hands. For more on this historic rifle, check out this segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.
 

WATCH: Pennsylvania Hunting Season Changes
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We'll update you on some of the season and bag limit changes that recently received preliminary approval by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
 

IL: State Senator Pushes Back as Gun Control Measures Gain Traction in Springfield
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One bill would tax ammunition, another would have police scour the social media accounts of people seeking to legally buy guns, a third would ban some common firearms, even from law-abiding gun owners. One state lawmaker said that people’s rights are being threatened by the aggressive anti-gun agenda.
 

KY: Pulaski County Deputies Arrest Conviction Felon for Having Eleven Guns
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The Pulaski County Sheriff says a Somerset man was arrested early Sunday morning during a traffic stop when deputies found he had several guns. Deputies noticed a pickup with only one working light driving on the 914 Bypass. The driver, Tip Miller, had outstanding warrants. When looking through the pickup, deputies found eleven guns and ammunition.
 

GA: Georgia Lawmakers Mull guns, Medicaid and Gender Equality
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The Georgia legislature wrapped up business on Wednesday last week, allowing lawmakers to either flee from or flock to the various Super Bowl events leading up to the big game Sunday in Atlanta. But the shortened week — made even shorter for some by warnings of snow and ice that never came to the Capitol Tuesday — didn't stop the flow of legislative action.
 

NE: Bill Would let Nebraska Farmers Allow Earlier Deer Hunting
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Farmers who are tired of deer destroying their crops could get a new incentive to let hunters onto their land under a bill in the Nebraska Legislature, but some outdoors groups and state officials aren't thrilled with the idea. The proposal would create special permits for landowners to hunt deer up to a week before the official firearm hunting season starts, if they open at least half of their land to hunters during the regular season.
 

Video: I Have This Old Gun- Boer Mauser
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More than 1,500 people had come through the doors by the time exhibitors in the 59th annual Bel Air Gun Show began breaking down at the end of the day Saturday, and about 400 to 500 more people are expected for the third and final day of the show Sunday, according to organizers. “Today has been great; our attendance is almost exactly the same as last year,” Mike Horsmon, president of the Izaak Walton League of America’s Harford County chapter, said late Saturday afternoon.
 

Review: Remington R1 Tactical Double Stack
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Remington has been in the firearm business for a very long time. The company has a history of manufacturing excellent guns of many different configurations and calibers. This history includes a celebrated run of 1911 pistols, about 28,000, manufactured during World War I. These pistols are now some of the most sought-after 1911s by collectors.
 

The Modern Long-Range Hunting Experience
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By the second week of West Virginia deer season, most hunters are inside, out of the bitter mountain cold, and the deer are hunkered down until about one hour either side of daylight. Both deer and hunters know the game is on, and the deer are praying for the worst possible weather which keeps the hunters inside¯or at least most of them inside as rifle season comes to close.
 

KS: Sen. Dan Kerschen- Bill Authorizing Potential Hunting, Fishing Fee Increases won’t Be Heard by Committee
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The chairman of the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee says he doesn’t plan to hold hearings on a bill that would allow the state to raise prices for hunting, fishing and furharvesting licenses and permits. Sen. Dan Kerschen, R-Garden Plain, said Saturday he hadn’t been consulted on the amounts requested or the rationale for the changes when allowing the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism to introduce Senate Bill 50. He said the committee wouldn’t hear the bill, and “the discussion on access needs to be considered.”
 

Ducks AWOL This Hunting Season
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There is a classic Looney Tunes cartoon in which Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny argue with Elmer Fudd about whether it is duck or “wabbit” season. Daffy, of course, loses the argument and Elmer’s gun discharges in the duck’s face. In true cartoon fashion, the direct hit was not fatal, but it left Daffy with powder burns, broken feathers and smoke literally and figuratively rising from his head.
 

What can Lyft and Uber Drivers do to Defend Themselves
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The stabbing death of a pregnant Lyft driver in Tempe on Jan. 27, followed by an attack Wednesday on an Uber driver in the West Valley, has renewed questions about driver safety and the companies' differing policies on whether drivers can carry any type of weapon. Lyft has a strict "no weapons" policy. Uber allows drivers to carry non-lethal weapons but regulates how they can be used.
 

SD: Capitol Gun Ban Targeted by Republicans was Approved with Their Support
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It may seem inconceivable now, but there was a time in South Dakota when legislation restricting the possession of guns was approved with bipartisan support and comparatively little controversy. It was 26 years ago, in 1993, when lawmakers banned guns in some county courthouses and the state Capitol.
 

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Americans who value freedom had better be more concerned about the gun control crowd than the criminals. The criminals want your money. The Neo-Totalitarians want your freedom. — Charlie Reese

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