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Tips for the Best & Worst Ways to Store Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As explained by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute, the firearms industry group that standardizes cartridge loading specs, ammo should be stored in a “cool, dry location away from solvents, heat sources, or open flames.” SAAMI recommends that ammunition should be stored in its original packaging or in packaging designed specifically for that purpose. This helps avoid confusion on just what caliber, load, and vintage the ammo is at a glance. Sure, factory headstamps can be deciphered and should be verified before you load a firearm or magazine, but keeping rounds in their original boxes helps keep you ahead of the curve.
 

Salute to the Greatest Generation: Colt Iwo Jima Collectible
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In honor of all servicemen and women this Memorial Day, Guns.com reached into the Collectors Corner to show off a patriotic and embellished M1911 — the Colt Iwo Jima Collectible. In the late 1990s, Colt teamed up with TALO Distributors to offer unique collectible M1911A1s to the world. The collaboration was so successful that TALO is now engraving many other brands. The Colt lineup remains some of its most sought-after guns.
 

More Self-Defense Gun Stories
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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Responsible gun owners defended themselves again last week.

Are you armed as you drive home?
Are you armed when you’re working in your backyard?
Do you have a firearm nearby when you’re asleep?
Are you armed in public?

These gun owners survived lethal threats. What should you do in these situations? Text and source at the link. (22 minute podcast)
 

AZ: Gym Owner Provides Free Self-defense Classes for Women, LGBTQ Community
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Nominated by: Cheryl Glass

Why: For helping those who have been hurt or bullied. Tucker is the owner of Rising Phoenix Fitness & Defense. His helps people who have been hurt or bullied in their lives. He offers free self-defense classes for women and members of he LGBTQ community. “Jesse strives to make everyone he meets feel comfortable, welcome, and included, incorporating principles of trauma-informed care and inclusive language in his teaching.
 

Product Review: Slip2000 Carbon Killer Solvent
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As any firearm enthusiast knows, the only downside to shooting guns is cleaning them. Whether your goal is simply to clean your guns prior to heading home from the range, or removing carbon buildup that has settled into a firearm’s inner workings over time, Carbon Killer by Slip2000 can make the task much easier.
 

Veterans Cemetery Murders Highlight Predator-Favoring Government Gun Ban
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“A man who shot and killed an elderly couple at a veterans cemetery in Delaware earlier this month was fatally shot by police during a shootout in a wooded area,” the Associated Press and other “news” outlets reported Saturday. The couple was visiting the gravesite of their son when their murderer opened fire on them for yet undetermined reasons.
 

America at the Crossroad on Memorial Day 2020
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The past three months have been a period of extreme trial and tribulation for the people of United States. They are struggling to regain a sense of optimism and confidence in the face of what now appears to have been an unnecessary Wuhan Virus pandemic lockdown and the resultant dictatorial and unconstitutional behavior of many state and local politicians.
 

MO: At Least 17 Shot in Twelve Hours in Democrat-Controlled St. Louis
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Seventeen people were shot in 12 hours–from Saturday into Sunday–in Democrat-controlled St. Louis, Missouri. KSDK reported that the shootings started Saturday just before 5 p.m. and the last occurred Sunday morning around 3 a.m.. Two persons under the age of 18 were among the wounded.
 

What Will Become Of U.S. Supreme Court Heller And McDonald Precedent?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Commentators and readers—pro, con, or ostensibly neutral toward the Second Amendment—presume the U.S. Supreme Court will soon take up, on review, one or more of the several pending Second Amendment cases awaiting a vote by the Court. But will they?
 

AR: Gun 'sanctuary' Proposal Considered in Sebastian County
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Sebastian County Quorum Court will consider a proposed "constitutional rights sanctuary" ordinance Tuesday. The issue came up last week District 3 Justice of the Peace Shawn Looper made a motion to adopt the ordinance, but it failed for lack of a second and did not come up for a vote, County Judge David Hudson said. The purpose of the sanctuary ordinance is to protect "the state and federal constitutional rights" of Sebastian County residents, according to the proposal.
 

CA: California- Anti-Hunting Legislation Up Tomorrow in Committee!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Tuesday, May 26, the Senate Natural Resources Committee will be hearing Senate Bill 1175, an attack on our hunting heritage. Use the the take action button below and contact members of the committee to urge their opposition!
 

KY: Kentucky Governor Hung in Effigy by Protesters Gathered Outside Mansion
Submitted by: David Williamson
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During a Second Amendment rally in Frankfort on Sunday, an effigy of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear was hung from a tree. According to the Courier Journal, at least 100 people were gathered for the rally at the state capitol from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 

Louisiana Looks to Reduce “Gun Free Zones”; WV SB96 Becomes Effective
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Preemption law reform is moving in Louisiana and becomes effective in West Virginia at the end of May.
As with nearly all states, Louisiana has a statute that preempts local governments from enacting ordinances or regulations which are in conflict with state laws regarding firearms. The idea is that firearms laws should be uniform statewide, so that people exercising their right to keep and bear arms will not be in violation of the law simply by crossing a street from one municipality to another, or one county to another. Some states have rigorous preemption laws, other states have minimal laws.
 

IL: Chicago’s Deadliest Memorial Day Weekend since 2015- 10 Shot Dead, 32 Wounded
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Ten people are dead and 32 others are wounded so far in weekend shootings in Chicago — the deadliest Memorial Day weekend since 2015, when 12 people were killed. Despite the state’s stay-at-home order, the weekend’s death toll has already surpassed last year’s holiday weekend, when seven people were killed and 34 were injured during the period from 5 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Tuesday.
 

History of 45-70 Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Known by several names – including .45-70 Government, .45 Government, and .45-70-45 – the .45-70 was developed by the U.S. government and is one of their greatest cartridges. Even today, the cartridge retains the respect of hunters and shooting enthusiasts, and is one of the very few cartridges that has continued to thrive after being converted from using black powder to smokeless powder. The .45-70 was developed at the historic Springfield Armory in Massachusetts as a short-term replacement for the .50-70, which had been adopted just over a decade before.
 

History of 8x57 JR Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 8x57 JR, based on the 8x57 J cartridge, is the same as the original 8mm Mauser cartridge except for having a rimmed case. This cartridge is most often found as the third projectile in break-action drilling rifles, topped with two other barrels for 12 or 16 gauge shotshells. The 8mm Mauser JR variant has been produced since the early 1900s, and is becoming less and less common every day – especially for those who shoot outside of Europe. Very few manufacturers continue to produce firearms chambered for this cartridge, with Blaser and Anschuetz being two of them.
 

LA: Bill Requiring Churches to Allow Guns During Worship Passes Louisiana House
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As Rev. Bill Terry walks in front of the memorial for murder victims outside his church, St. Anna’s Episcopal Church on Esplanade Avenue, he says he knows more guns are not the answer. “We started this in 2007 and it ended in 2012 because we ran out of room,” said Terry, as he pointed at the wall on Monday night.
 

MN: Elk Hunting in Minnesota? With a Little Luck, it’s an Option
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The phrase “once-in-a-lifetime” gets used frequently to describe adventures in the outdoors, but when it comes to hunting elk in Minnesota, it’s not hyperbole. Hunters who beat the odds and are drawn in the lottery for elk are no longer allowed to apply. A person needs to get lucky. John Williams, the Northwest Regional Wildlife Manager with the DNR, said it’s not uncommon to see 1,500 to 2,500 applicants for what has generally been well under 40 tags. But for those who do draw, success rates tend to be pretty good.
 

MO: Black Bass And Squirrel Hunting Season Underway In Missouri
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Missouri is now officially in the Black Bass and Squirrel hunting season. Both kicked off over the weekend. The state department of Conservation says Squirrel hunters are allowed a daily limit of 10 with a valid hunting permit.
 

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