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History of 5.7x28mm Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Belgian company FN Herstal released their FN 5.7x28mm cartridge in 1991, after NATO requested a replacement for the 9x19mm cartridge. Kevlar body armor was increasingly being used, and was effective against the 9mm, so it became a priority to develop a cartridge that could defeat this body armor. The 5.7x28mm accomplished this task by penetrating a level IIIA vest at 200 meters without any difficulty. As well as its armor-piercing ability and high velocity, the 5.7x28mm cartridge decreases the risk of collateral damage because the shape of the bullet reduces the chance of ricochet.
 

Bergara BMR Rifle Review: Bargain Precision Rimfire
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I never got to shoot a large amount of .22s when I was younger. I kind of skipped toward centerfire stuff. It has been very refreshing in the last year or so to revisit a good spread of rimfire rifles, and I’m here today to tell you about yet another one that has left a lasting impression – the Bergara BMR.
 

A Lot of Americans are Getting Fooled All of the Time
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The entire time I watched the video immediately below this paragraph, which looks at the stark realities of modern energy production and storage, my granddaddy's words kept ringing in my ears. I believe that the first time he said these words to me, we were sitting in a duck blind in south Louisiana on a particularly "Blue Bird" day, when the ducks weren't flying, and there was plenty of time for him to pass along grandfatherly truisms that all fall under the universal dictum that there really is nothing new under the sun: "Son, you can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all the people all the time!"
 

IN: Indiana Wants to Restrict Gun Shows at Fairgrounds
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Lake County Councilman Charlie Brown (D-Gary) and Councilwoman Christine Cid (D-East Chicago) announced their support for a proposal to ban sales of “AR-15” firearms at gun shows held at the Lake County Fairgrounds. What they are proposing is to restrict lawful, tax-paying businesses from selling legal products to law-abiding citizens, who wish to exercise an enumerated constitutional right, at a taxpayer-funded venue during an event where the show promoter has paid to rent it. Licensed firearm dealers are bound by federal law regardless of whether firearm transfers take place at a gun show or at their regular premises.
 

Charter Arms: Simplicity, Reliability & Lightness
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Douglas McClenahan, a young gun designer who had amassed a wealth of experience during his employment with High Standard, Colt and Ruger, launched a firearm company of his own in 1964. He wisely opened shop in Stratford, Conn., in the heart of America’s gunmaking tradition and home to a generous supply of trained and knowledgeable staff. That firm was named Charter Arms.

 

O’Rourke: Time to find ‘common ground’ on gun control
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Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that Texas needs to find “common ground” on gun control by respecting the Second Amendment while also requiring safety measures on firearms.
 

A Popular Defense Gun of Yesteryear
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As most of you know, I am a student of Old West history. However, my main area of focus is the frontier era following the Civil War, and I’ve never done any sort of in-depth study of percussion and muzzle-loading guns that predate the early cartridge revolvers. Recently though, while doing research for another article, I took the time to study up on the Colt 1851 Navy revolver. Without a doubt, the 1851 Navy was one of the most popular defense guns of the 19th Century.
 

USA Today Fact Check: Biden Doubted Gun Control Would Reduce Crime
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In a stunning Fact Check report, USA Today earlier this week, without fanfare, said it was true that Joe Biden once declared he “never believed that additional gun control or federal registration of guns would reduce crime.”

The remark came during debate in the mid-1980s on the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act (FOPA), the newspaper said. According to the report, the Fact Check was in response to recent circulation of part of Biden’s comments on social media.
 

Marion Hammer, Former NRA President, FL Gun Rights Advocate, to Retire
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The National Rifle Association announced Thursday that Marion Hammer, the first female NRA president and veteran Florida-based lobbyist for the organization, is stepping down after 44 years on the front lines of the Second Amendment battle.

In a statement, the NRA noted, Hammer “will continue to serve as an advisor to the NRA, assisting with Second Amendment advocacy in the Sunshine State and beyond.”
 

Rep. Matt Gaetz: Biden’s IRS Spent Approximately $700,000 on Ammo ‘Between March and June 1’
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Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) told Breitbart News Saturday the IRS spent approximately $700,000 “between March and June 1” purchasing ammunition.

Gaetz described the ammunition acquisition as “bizarre.”
 

WA: Customers Flooding Washington Gun Shops Prior to Magazine Ban
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Customers are flooding into gun shops in Washington to acquire “high capacity” magazines prior to a July 1, 2022, state ban on the sale of such magazines.

On March 24, 2022, Breitbart News reported Gov. Jay Inslee (D) signed the ban on magazines holding more than ten rounds.
 

ID: Two Hunters in North Idaho Shoot and Kill a Grizzly Bear in Self-Defense
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Two black bear hunters in North Idaho recently had a run-in with a grizzly bear that ended with the grizzly being shot and killed. The incident occurred on June 8, and investigators have since confirmed that the bear was shot in self-defense. Two black bear hunters in North Idaho recently had a run-in with a grizzly bear that ended with the grizzly being shot and killed. The incident occurred on June 8, and investigators have since confirmed that the bear was shot in self-defense.
 

Red Flag Orders Enable Political Abuse
Submitted by: David Williamson
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So-called “Red Flag” orders, or Emergency Risk Protection Orders, are designed to empower the government to confiscate Americans’ firearms without due process of law. Aside from allowing run-of-the-mill malicious actors to indulge personal grudges against law-abiding gun owners, in the current politically-charged environment these laws enable the government to target those with First Amendment-protected political views the government disfavors.
 

Delaware: Gun & Mag Bans Going to Gov. Carney
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Thursday night, the House passed Senate Bill 6, to ban many standard capacity magazines in common use, sending it to Governor John Carney’s desk. The Senate passed House Bill 450, to ban many commonly-owned firearms, and House Bill 423, sending those to Gov. Carney’s desk as well. The Senate also passed Senate Bill 8 and Senate Bill 302, which now go to the House for further consideration. Please contact Gov. Carney and ask him to VETO SB 6, HB 450, and HB 423 and also contact your state representative and ask them to OPPOSE SB 8 and SB 302.
 

Where Is Our ‘Freedom’ To Be Found If Not In The Armed Citizenry?
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The current U.S. Supreme Court term ends on June 27, 2022, and reconvenes on October 3, 2022, the starting date of its next term. Two major opinions are due out momentarily: Dobbs and Bruen. Dobbs is a major abortion case.
 

OH: Ohio lawmaker who wrote bill requiring gun training for teachers owns gun training business
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The Republican lawmaker who drafted the training curriculum that schools would have to follow to allow teachers in Ohio to carry guns owns a gun training business that seemingly fits all the required steps in the bill. Ohio schools could start arming any staff member as soon as mid-fall, but the training requirement has raised concerns about the involvement of a specific senator.
 

The Spencer Rifle: Christopher’s Legacy Design
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At age 11, Christopher Miner Spencer went to live with his maternal grandfather, Josiah Hollister, a veteran of the American Revolution. It was there that young Christopher learned the rudiments of wood- and metalworking. By age 14, Spencer was apprenticed to the Mount Nebo Silk Manufacturing Co., located in South Manchester, Conn. This firm was owned by the Cheneys, one of New England’s most enterprising and influential families, and Spencer would develop a lifelong relationship with them.
 

Coil Accelerator: The Gun of the Future?
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While browsing the exhibitors at the NRA Annual Meeting in Houston last month on the lookout for new guns, we saw a glimpse into a potential future of projectile arms with the Coil Accelerator. Marketed out of the North Shore Sports Club in Illinois of all places, the CA-09 is in low-rate production. In a nutshell, the makers claim it is the first-ever commercially viable electric-powered Coil Accelerator.
 

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