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History of 444 Marlin Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In 1964, Marlin Firearms and Remington Arms joined forces to develop a cartridge that filled the gap created by the lack of lever action rifles chambered in .45-70. The result was the .444 Marlin, which was chambered in the acclaimed Model 336 lever action rifle. To develop the cartridge, designers from Marlin and Remington started with a .44 Magnum case, lengthened it by nearly an inch and capped it with a jacketed soft point bullet weighing 240 grains. The bullet actually has a diameter of 0.429 inches, the same as a .44 Magnum bullet. But similarities to the .44 Magnum end there, as the performance of the .444 Marlin is on another level entirely.
 

Where Second Amendment Supporters Must Take The Offensive
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While the best strategy in the short and medium-term for Second Amendment supporters may be fighting “not to lose,” that does not mean that Second Amendment supporters should not take the offensive when it is the right time to do so. The question is what should the offensive focus on? There are two fronts Second Amendment supporters should think about: Legislative and Legal, the former with two fronts of its own – federal and state. Each will require different strategies.
 

The RINOS are Out in Force on the "Framework" for New Gun Laws
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It was news that sent shudders through every person who supports the Second Amendment: Ten Republican senators have signed on to a “framework” that will allegedly improve gun safety in America. You can guess who these RINOs are—it’s the same bunch who will always agree to limit American rights to keep up with their friends on the Democrat side of the aisle. And while there are a couple of good ideas in the framework, the rest of it is either useless, harmful, and/or unconstitutional.
 

IL: Chicago Shootings: 31 Shot, 6 Fatally, in Weekend Violence, Police Say
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Chicago weekend shootings have left at least 31 shot, six fatally, police said. A man was shot to death Friday afternoon in Englewood on the South Side. Just after 5 p.m., Vaugh Sivels, 25, was outside in the 6800-block of South Justine Street when someone shot him in the head and torso, Chicago police and the Cook County medical examiner's office said. He was transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, police said.
 

Review of an Overlooked Colt: The Huntsman
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Ask the majority of Colt rimfire pistol owners which they recognize, collect, favor, or would most like to own, and the answer will overwhelming be some version of the venerable Woodsman. Make no mistake, the Woodsman is an outstanding platform, but focusing solely on that one is doing disservice to an oft-overlooked raring pony design—the similarly built, albeit more affordable Huntsman. Here’s why we grabbed a Huntsman from the Guns.com Vault and why you might add it to your wish list as well.
 

Bipartisan Senate Group Reports ‘Proposal’; Schumer Says ‘Good 1st Step’
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Almost immediately after a group of 20 U.S. senators announced a “commonsense, bipartisan proposal” on a new gun control package, anti-gun Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) set off alarm bells within the Second Amendment community by declaring the proposal “a good first step.”
 

CA: Pasadena Police Department Wants New City Law Banning Ghost Guns And the Kits That Make Them
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The Pasadena Police Department wants an amendment to the Pasadena Municipal Code making it a crime to possess unregistered and unserialized firearms known as “ghost guns” or the kits that can make them. The Department says the city law is needed to close state and federal loopholes. The local ordinance would also beef up the severity of penalties for possessing such items.
 

WA: New WA Gun Laws Go into Effect on July 1. Here is What You Need to Know
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On July 1, the state of Washington’s newest gun laws will go into effect. Those two laws, while seemingly straightforward, have created confusion for some gun owners who are unsure of what will still be considered legal. For example, the new ban on high-capacity magazines limits the maximum ammunition capacity to 10 rounds.

 

Percussion Pocket Pistols fo the 1850's
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“B” Western movies always show everyone being openly armed. This is fantasy and rarely happened, especially in towns. Carrying of weapons was forbidden by many municipalities but this did not prevent carry, it just changed it from openly carrying a large revolver to a hidden pocket pistol.
 

MN: A Great Turkey Season Wrapped up in May, Leaving Hunters Waiting Patiently for Next Spring
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May 31 was the final day of the 2022 Spring Turkey Season. Each year becomes a bigger production for me, for as much as work and weather will allow. Turkey hunting as much as you possibly can does come at a cost if you do miss out on the excellent spring fishing and mushroom foraging, but if you are lucky you can try to mix all the best activities of spring together for a weekend or at least across the weeks.
 

Sig Sauer Wins $157 Million Sniper Rifle Ammo Contract
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New Hampshire-based Sig Sauer recently picked up a nine-figure award from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for .300 and .338 Norma Magnum ammunition. Announced by the Pentagon on June 7, the $157.3 million firm-fixed-price contract covers production of .300 Norma Magnum 215-grain M1163 ball ammunition and .338 NM 300-grain armor-piercing M1162 cartridges for the Army. Although not a standard round for most U.S. military small arms – that's reserved for 5.56 and 7.62 NATO along with the new 6.8 NGSW Common Cartridge – the Army and Marines are both using .300 NM and .338 NM in the MK22 Advanced Sniper Rifle program.
 

Resource Officer Shoots, Kills Man Allegedly Trying to Enter School
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A man allegedly trying to enter an elementary school in Gadsen, Alabama, was shot and killed by a school resource officer Thursday. FOX News reports that the man, who was described as “suspicious,” was shot outside Walnut Park Elementary after an alleged “physical altercation” with the school resource officer.
 

Alabama School Resource Officer Shoots, Kills ‘Suspicious’ Person Outside Elementary School: Report
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A man described by police as "suspicious" has been shot and killed by a school resource officer after attempting to enter an Alabama elementary school Thursday morning, reports say. The gunfire erupted outside Walnut Park Elementary in Gadsden around 9:30 a.m. after the individual showed up and attempted to gain entry into vehicles and buildings, Etowah County Sheriff Jonathan Horton told WIAT.
 

Senate Gun Control Agreement Adds ‘Investigative Period’ to Some Firearm Background Checks
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The Senate gun control agreement that emerged Sunday adds an “investigative period” to some firearm background checks. Breitbart News reported that the Senate agreement includes proposals such as a crackdown on straw purchases, funding to incentivize states to adopt, red flag laws, and deeper record searches for gun buyers under the age of 21, among other things.
 

PA: Philadelphia Mayor Thinks Gunshot Victim Should be Locked up for Defending Himself
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In case you need a reminder of the Democratic Party’s priorities when it comes to gun control, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is happy to offer one. Earlier this month, an argument between three men turned into a shootout. Gregory Jackson was shot and killed by Micah Towns after Jackson had opened fire. The third man, Rashaan Vereen, was arrested, as officers believe he picked up Jackson’s gun after he had been killed and handed it to another man who fled the scene. A fourth man, Quran Garner, was arrested after firing into a crowd near the fight.
 

OH: Guns for Ohio teachers: Governor Signs Bill
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Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed Monday he has signed a bill that allows teachers and education staff to carry guns with training slimmed down from peace officer requirements. The announcement came on the same day permitless carry goes into effect for the state DeWine said at 10:12 a.m. that he signed House Bill 99 before elaborating on the details of the legislation.
 

DE: Delaware- Senate Committee Hearing Gun Ban Bill
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On Wednesday, the Senate Executive Committee will hear House Bill 450 House Amendment 1, to ban many commonly-owned firearms, along with Senate Bill 302, to bankrupt the firearm industry with frivolous lawsuits, and Senate Bill 8, to amend Delaware’s machine gun ban. Tomorrow, the Senate will consider House Bill 423, to require firearm dealers to conduct background checks with the state, rather than use the existing federal system. In addition, this week, the House can consider Senate Bill 6, to ban many standard capacity magazines in common use, and House Bill 451, to deprive young adults of their Second Amendment rights. Please contact your lawmakers and ask them to OPPOSE these bills.
 

Rep. Massie says 'Good guys' with Guns Stopping 'Bad guys' is 'Inconvenient truth' for Dems
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Republican Rep. Thomas Massie fired back at Democrat Rep. David Cicilline after he suggested during a congressional hearing that there wasn’t "a single incident" where someone with an assault weapon "was stopped by a person with a gun." "The fact that guns are used by good guys every single day to prevent and stop bad guys is an inconvenient truth for Rep Cicilline and other Democrats who want to trample on the Second Amendment," Massie told Fox News Digital on Tuesday following his exchange with Cicilline last week.
 

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