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13 New Riflescopes for 2020
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lots of folks just bought new firearms during both the COVID-19 pandemic and recent riotous social unrest. Many of those guns need (or at least should have) an optic mounted. No matter your firearm, budget, intended use or requirements, we’ve got a newly introduced optic for you, including some that don’t need to be mounted on a gun at all.
 

IA: Iowa's Fall Hunting Season Approaches
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The first of Iowa’s fall hunting seasons are less than one month away. The 2020 dove and teal seasons begin September 1. Hunting seasons for cottontail rabbit, fox squirrel, gray squirrel, snipe, and rail open September 5. Iowa wildlife enjoyed favorable conditions during this year’s spring breeding seasons, and stable or increased game populations are anticipated. Although habitat conditions remain generally favorable across the state, North Iowa wetlands are in need of significant precipitation.
 

Will Big Tech Gun Censorship Affect the 2020 Election
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Imagine if, in the early 20th century, the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst not only grew from owning a single newspaper in San Francisco to building a media empire in New York and beyond, which he did, but also was able to build a company that could actually control private conversations between individual Americans. More than that, imagine if he could silence companies he didn’t like by simply banning or “shadow banning” them from his vast communication platforms. And then, with this control over speech, imagine how he could really have begun to influence elections.
 

VA: Halifax Co. Citizens Hold Rally in Support of Police and Second Amendment Rights
Submitted by: David Williamson
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"We back the blue" was the message from many community members in Halifax County on Sunday. A group held a rally at the Halifax Farmer's Market to express their support for members of law enforcement. People at the event said they fully support the men and women in blue.
 

NE: Outdoors Notes: Dove Hunting Begins Soon, so Start Scouting Areas Now
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dove hunting season begins soon, and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has some reminders for hunters, as well as recommendations for areas to hunt. Dove hunting is fun way to introduce someone to hunting or to kick off your own upland game hunting while spending time in the field with family and friends.
 

Bloomberg Wants to Buy Your Right to Bear Arms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Michael Bloomberg failed to win much Democratic support in his expensive quest (spending an estimated $1 billion of his personal fortune) to secure the 2020 nomination for president, but the former New York City mayor is continuing to push his unrelenting gun-control agenda with lots of money.
 

History of 9x21mm IMI Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Introduced in 1980, the 9x21mm IMI was a creation between the Franco Benvenuti agency of Italy and Israel Military Industries (IMI). Many countries, including Italy and most of the European Union, have banned the use of all military ammunition, such as the 9mm Parabellum. In order to circumvent gun control measures, the collaborative effort to create a substitute ammunition was seen as a good resolution and would allow civilians to own and use a powerful cartridge without fear of repercussions.
 

Joe Biden Wants Your Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s a funny word, “moderate.” We throw it around habitually, as a positive and aggrandizing description, but we rarely stop to ask the crucial, prerequisite question: “Relative to what?” In some circumstances—when drinking, for example—moderation can indeed be a virtue. In others, it is among the worst of vices. Justice Antonin Scalia liked to mock the notion that one could approach the U.S. Constitution in a “moderate” manner. “What,” Scalia inquired, “is a moderate interpretation of the text?

 

Detroit Women Flock to Gun Training
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Tanisha Moner has had a gun pointed at her twice in her life. Once by two strangers who kidnapped, robbed, and sexually assaulted her when she was 17. And, again, by another robber as she worked a management shift at a restaurant. The traumatic experiences left her scarred, afraid of guns, shuddering at the sound of a firework and popped balloon. That changed the day she decided to face her fears and showed up for a gun-carry class at a local range.

 

NM: Is City Plaza a School? City's Gun Ban Says so
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 40-year-old kindergarten teacher was helping set the stage for a Black New Mexico Movement protest at Civic Plaza one Sunday morning in mid-July, his gun holstered across his chest. A short time later, Francisco “Frankie” Grady was handcuffed and then cited for having a firearm on city property. He was subsequently charged with unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon on school premises, a fourth-degree felony that now follows him on his record, even though there is no school in sight at Civic Plaza.
 

IL: Hunting and Fishing Days Cancelled because of Covid-19
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The Southern Illinois Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days has stood the test of time. The two-day event, held at John A. Logan College in Carterville the fourth weekend of September, has survived more than three decades. The event was held in withering heat, in the midst of torrential rainfall and unseasonable cold.
 

WV: August-September Bear Season Grows in Popularity, WV DNR Says
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It might seem a little unusual to go bear hunting in August, but some folks appear to like it. West Virginia’s earliest firearm season for black bear has grown in popularity in the four years since it was implemented. Colin Carpenter, bear project leader for the state Division of Natural Resources, said the 16-day season is even drawing attention from out-of-state hunters.
 

MI: Guns Stolen From Bowman's and Recovered
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept. deputies responded to a break-in alarm at Bowman’s Outdoors on Van Dyke Road early Friday, Aug. 14, and were able to collect enough evidence to lead them to the culprit. The three suspects, captured on the establishment’s security cameras, first made entry through the window of an attached business, and then kicked in a couple doors to Bowman’s Outdoors, where they stole more than two dozen firearms before leaving the scene.

 

ND: Bismarck Gun Show Keeps More than 50-year-old tradition Alive
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For more than 50 years, gun collectors and enthusiasts from across the Dakotas have sold at the Bismarck Gun Show. Not even a pandemic could stop Daethal Docktor from showing off his collection. Docktor said he’s been a part of the Dakota Territory Gun Collectors Association for more than 35 years but grew up learning about guns. Last year, organizers prepared for a historic turnout, now they’re on-par to reach last year’s attendance.
 

First Look: Apex Tactical Action Enhancement Trigger for Springfield Armory Hellcat
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Springfield Armory Hellcat revolutionized the subcompact 9 mm market. Offering the highest standard capacity magazine in its class, along with a compact size and a model that could mount a red dot sight, it rewrote the rule book when it came to small, compact 9 mm pistols and became an extremely popular option for concealed carry. The popularity of the Hellcat soon meant that other manufacturers would create aftermarket upgrades for Springfield Armory’s new pistol.
 

FL Sheriff on Dead Intruder: ‘You Just Can’t Break into People’s Homes’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Polk County, Florida, Sheriff Grady Judd commented on the Saturday death of an alleged home intruder by warning, “You just can’t break into people’s homes.” WTSP reports the two couples–boyfriends and their girlfriends–went out Friday night, and returned to one of the couple’s homes around 4 a.m. Saturday. Shortly thereafter one of the couples got into an argument and the boyfriends left, but one of the boyfriends allegedly changed his mind and returned and attempted to make entry into the home.
 

Florida woman shoots, kills man trying to break into her home The sheriff said the shooting appeared 'perfectly legal'
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A Florida woman shot and killed a man who returned to her home after an argument early Saturday and tried to use a tire iron to smash his way inside, authorities said.

The shooting happened just after 6 a.m. in an unincorporated area of Auburndale in Polk County, Sheriff Grady Judd said at a news conference. Judd said it appeared the “shooter was perfectly legal to defend her home from a burglar.”

“This is another incidence where you just should have left,” Judd said. “But when you came back to the house that’s not your home, and you tried to break in to get a girlfriend who didn't want to go with you, and you’re shot and killed while breaking into the house with a tire iron, that was a bad choice.
 

WI: Motorcyclists, Gun Owners Rally for The Second Amendment
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Dozens of Second Amendment advocates took their cause on the road Saturday, to, in their words, defend their rights as gun owners, and to promote voting for pro-second amendment candidates come November. It was the second annual "Freedom Day," hosted by area motorcycle groups. The advocates traveled in a caravan from Chippewa Falls, to Augusta, Fairchild, and Eau Claire, to raise awareness for what they called political attacks against constitutional rights.
 

VA: Charlottesville Officials Seek to Dismiss Suit Filed Against New ‘Red Flag’ Law
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Charlottesville officials are seeking to dismiss a federal complaint from an Albemarle County man over Virginia’s red flag law. Filed last month by Earlysville resident Joseph Draego, the complaint alleges a swath of constitutional violations caused by the law, including infringements of First, Second, Sixth, Seventh and 14th Amendment rights.
 

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