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MS: Deer hunting in Mississippi: Why supplemental feeding may not have the effect hunters want
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Feeding deer is a common practice in Mississippi as hunters try to keep them fat and happy as well as improve the odds of seeing them. Mississippi State University shows it can have unintended consequences, including fewer deer observations and death for some wildlife.
 

The Taliban and the Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Regarding Anthony Gill’s op-ed “Economists Explain the Taliban” (Aug. 26): A few weeks ago (although it seems like years), President Biden mocked Second Amendment supporters who maintain that the right to bear arms is necessary to mitigate government overreach. Mr. Biden remarked that anyone resisting the government would need jets and nuclear weapons—otherwise, he implied, they were doomed to fail in the face of a hypothetical government onslaught. But history has taught us over and over again that a determined foe can outlast a technologically superior force through sheer human will, and often with terror.
 

City of Wichita made $196,000 selling guns since 2015 law
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One of he biggest gun dealers in south-central Kansas is the city of Wichita, but it actually received less than half the proceeds from the sales because it works with several online companies to auction off the firearms. Since a new state law allowing the gun sales was passes in 2015, Wichita has sold 2,082 guns. that were seized during a variety of crimes but were no longer needed because thee criminal cases were complete.
 

Rifleman Q&A: Keeping Blackpowder Guns Rust-Free
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I have an older Thompson/Center New Englander muzzleloader that I purchased used. It was corroded from improper cleaning. I have cold-blued the barrel and it shoots well. However, I shoot it infrequently. When cleaned with soapy water and stored with natural lubes, the bore begins to rust. I am aware of complications of using petroleum products in the bores of blackpowder guns. Is there a cleaning/storage method you would recommend?
 

S&W 29 .44 Magnum: You Have to Ask Yourself One Question...
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Smith & Wesson's large N-frame revolvers are a favorite among handgun hunters, competitive shooters, and classic wheel gun enthusiasts. With a basis in the old school circa 1908 Hand Ejector First Model "New Century" double-action revolver, the first handgun chambered in .44 S&W Special, this early S-frame morphed during World War I into the Model 1917, chambered in .45 ACP, and a series of similarly beefy descendants such as the Model 27 – the world's first .357 Magnum – and, the subject of our tale, the hand-filling Model 29.
 

ME: Hunting: As black bear population grows, a new plan that satisfies many factions is needed
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The air is hot and humid. Crickets sing in a pace so rapid their chirps meld into a monotonous trill. The forest is verdant with lush, green foliage. It sounds and feels like a late summer day, but the fall hunting season has begun.
 

Nosler AccuBond Ammo: Nosler AccuBond Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Fusion line of ammunition features a great cartridge known for its long-range terminal performance on game – and it uses the AccuBond bullet. Another great attribute of this ammo is that these are excellent rounds to hone your skill during long-range practice sessions. The jacketing allows them to be used on most ranges and public lands.
 

Reason: Anti-Gunners Propose Restrictions but Gun Owners Won’t Comply
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Writing at Reason.com, contributing editor J.D. Tuccille has cracked the proverbial code about gun control and the disconnect between proponents, the media and gun owners who are expected to shrug their shoulders and comply.
 

History of 410 Shotgun Shells
Submitted by: David Williamson
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First developed and used in England in the 1870s, the .410 bore remained a specialty cartridge and was not widely adopted for a long time. Some shooters felt it was novelty-only, but others found it to be great for hunting and competition shooting.
 

IA: Bremer hears pitch to become 'constitutional county'
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The question of personal freedom vs. government control has been hotly debated recently, thanks in part to gun control legislation and the COVID-19 pandemic, among other topics. Two local men believe that debate has long been settled, and now they’re setting about codifying it. Gary Shawver, of Wadena, and Mike La Coste, of Waverly, appeared before the Bremer County Board of Supervisors last week to ask it to consider declaring Bremer a “constitutional county.”
 

Mexico Sues U.S. Guns Manufacturers For Fueling Violence
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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Roberto Velasco Alvarez, of Mexico's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, about the recent lawsuit his government filed against U.S. guns manufacturers.
 

The .17 HMR: History and Performance
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In 2002, I was doing a fair amount of pest shooting on a couple of ranches onto which I had access. Hornady announced at the SHOT Show that year it was bringing out a hotshot, .17-caliber rimfire round for just such tasks. I recall first shooting the .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire cartridge in a bitterly cold gale of a windstorm at the range day before the show. Predictably, it was nothing more than a noisemaker in that gale since the wind simply ripped the tiny 20-grain bullets from their intended paths and flung them to who knows where. Nonetheless, the idea intrigued me, but like a lot of things, I put off getting a rifle for it.
 

GA: Dove season set to kick off fall hunting season
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The Georgia dove hunting season opens Sept. 4, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. “For wing shooters, dove season kicks off the fall hunting season,” Alan Isler, chief of the WRD Game Management Section, said in a news release. “Two big changes this year include expanding the first dove season into October and changing opening day shooting hours – make sure you take note of the right shooting hours for the field you plan to hunt.”
 

ME: Maine's Bear Hunt Begins for the Season
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Maine's annual bear hunt gets started for the season on Monday as hunters get ready for another year of pandemic-era fall hunting. The Maine bear hunt runs from Monday to Nov. 27, though most of the season takes place between now and Sept. 25. That's the period of the season in which it's legal to hunt bears using bait.
 

NRA-ILA Was Founded for You
Submitted by: David Williamson
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NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) was created in 1975, then saved and strengthened by NRA members in the 1977 Annual Meeting, in the “Revolt at Cincinnati.” According to the gun-prohibition lobby, the NRA had been an apolitical organization that suddenly grew “radical” in the 1970s. Actually, the developments in the 1970s fortified NRA’s longstanding tradition of active defense of the right to keep and bear arms.
 

CDC to Spend Millions of Taxpayer Dollars on Gun ‘Health Threat’
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President Biden’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is gearing up to spend millions of taxpayer dollars fighting the “serious public health threat” posed by gun violence. CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky referenced gun crime in various cities and said, “Something has to be done about this. Now is the time — it’s pedal to the metal time,” CNN reported.
 

The Beretta M9A3 – A Show Stopping Fighting Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Modular Handgun System (MHS) competition began way back in 2015, but it feels like it was last week. The Beretta M9 served for over 30 years as America’s sidearm, but many of the guns were ending their service life. As such, the military could order more M9s, or it could begin looking at a new handgun. As we know, they chose the latter, and the SIG P320 won and became the M17 and M18 pistols. However, Beretta tried one last Hail Mary to keep the M9 in armories with the M9A3.
 

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