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Undoing the Musket Argument
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While Virginia gun owners are trying to take back their state this month from the radical far-left that pushed through most of Ralph Northam’s extremist gun control agenda in 2020, elsewhere around the country anti-gunners will once again fall back on their favorite boilerplate arguments to do the same in your state. You can have some fun with these people, while teaching them a lesson and making the extremists look really foolish.
 

FBI Report Again Says Rifles, Shotguns Used in Fraction of Homicides
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Once again, the annual FBI Uniform Crime Report reveals that rifles and shotguns are used in a fraction of homicides involving firearms, re-kindling the question gun prohibition lobbying groups have not directly answered: Why should any rifle or shotgun type be banned?

Expanded Homicide Data Table 11 in this year’s spread sheets details “murder circumstances by weapon.” It shows an estimated total of 17,754 murder victims, of which 13,620 were killed with firearms, according to the report.
 

History of 375 H&H Magnum Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Holland & Holland, a firearms company from England, developed the .375 H&H Magnum in 1912 – a cartridge that would eventually come to be called the “Queen of the Medium Bores.” The .375 H&H Mag was specifically designed for hunting big game in Africa, and it was successful. The cartridge is sufficient to harvest any large game animal on the continent, including the Big Five species. Although it's been around for over 100 years, it still warrants respect, and is often chosen by both professional hunters and sportsmen.

 

Test the Entire Staccato Lineup at the Concealed Carry & Home Defense Expo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The U.S. Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) will descend on Fort Worth, Texas, for its 2021 Concealed Carry and Home Defense Expo, Oct. 1-3, at the Fort Worth Convention Center. The Concealed Carry and Home Defense Expo is the number one destination for American gun owners, providing attendees with access to self-defense and training seminars, demonstrations, and a look at hundreds of new products from industry leaders.

 

POTD: Scarce E. Carlstrom Sleeve Pistol – 1930s Concealed Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Welcome to today’s Photo of the Day! Despite the patent description, this old concealed carry gun is not automatic in any sense of the word. It works a lot more like a bolt-action system in which the breech is opened, a cartridge is inserted, and the breech is locked shut. The E. Carlstrom Sleeve Pistol looks a lot like some sort of glove or wrist gun you would see issued to secret agents, but this was marketed for the everyman to wear on his sleeve and have a form of legitimate concealed self-defense. The caliber is only listed as 30 caliber centerfire and considering this patent is prior to the 30 carbine cartridge it can be left to speculation.

 

The Second Amendment Isn’t About Hunting, But …
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When hunting is mentioned near any political conversation today, it is a point of order for those who understand the basis of the Second Amendment to say with conviction: “The Second Amendment isn’t about hunting.” This statement is a reaction to anti-Second Amendment groups and politicians—such as President Joe Biden (D) and former senator and presidential candidate John Kerry (D)—who have tried to divide and conquer gun owners by “going hunting” or mentioning hunters and then claiming “true” sportsmen and women don’t need this or that type of gun.
 

The Best Brush Guns: 5 Deep-Woods Deer Busters
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dwelling within the heart of all dedicated deer hunters is the belief that the biggest bucks live in the deep woods. There’s no true definition for “deep woods.” It varies from coast to coast. It might be one corner of the back 40, or near on the old homestead, or miles into public hunting ground, just over the next ridge. But getting to the deep woods always requires effort; it means a steep climb or crossing the river or crawling across clear cuts.
 

Air To-Go
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Think about it. By using a microphone as a primer or sorts, or bait if you will, we could lure an infinitely long line of politicians within range of some type of air collection device. Of course, we’d need to develop a way to cool it, as they tend to eject multitudinous volumes of hot air. Boyle’s Law would need revisiting, too — the sheer volume could never be compressed into any known containment vessel, at least one adhering to the laws of physics.
 

New: Weatherby Backcountry 2.0 Rifles
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Wyoming-based Weatherby this month announced a series of four new bolt-action Mark V rifles in its second-generation of Backcountry hunting rifles. The new guns are a follow-up to the original Backcountry line that was introduced in 2019. All Backcountry 2.0 models include a brand-new carbon-fiber Peak 44 Blacktooth stock. Other standard items are a user-adjustable single-stage TriggerTech trigger, a deep spiral-fluted bolt with a skeletonized bolt knob that threads onto the bolt handle, and an Accubrake ST muzzle device. All Mark V rifles are guaranteed to shoot a sub-MOA three-shot group at 100 yards from a cold barrel. Most will be available in either left- or right-hand formats.
 

My First .22 Plinker: Budget Ruger 10/22 for the Win
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I’ve discovered few joys in life as predictable as plinking with a budget rifle that doesn’t pretend to be anything more. My first .22 LR rifle was a plain Jane Ruger 10/22 complete with the modern plastic trigger group and a cheap off-brand scope probably better suited for an airsoft rifle. The closest thing to a frill on that gun was an updated bolt release that made it just a hair easier to load and shoot on the range. I’ll make no claims about this gun holding magical sub-MOA groups with just the right ammo, but it can still score some decent marks with minimal effort at 50 and 100 yards even when just burning through budget Federal bulk pack ammo.
 

IL: ISRA Executive Director Richard Pearson Named to the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Board
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Illinois State Rifle Association Executive Director Richard Pearson has been tapped to serve on the Board of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is the lobbying arm of the Second Amendment Foundation, (SAF) which is dedicated to promoting a better understanding about our nation’s Constitutional heritage to privately own and possess firearms. The organization is involved in numerous educational and legal action programs designed to better inform the public about the gun control debate.
 

FL: Wide Array of Gun Bills Filed Ahead of 2022 Legislative Session
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Thirteen bills seeking to either increase or loosen gun restrictions in the state have already been filed for the 2022 legislative session, but whether the Legislature actually plans on hearing any gun legislation is yet to be seen. Ten of the 13 bills would add additional firearm restrictions.
 

NJ: NJ Well Represented At 2021 SAF Gun Rights Policy Conference ~ VIDEOS
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This last weekend the 2021 Second Amendment Foundation‘s (SAF) virtual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) premiered. Due to the pandemic, the SAF was forced to have both the 2020 and 2021 GRPCs virtually. With the ability to organize the conference in this manner, the SAF delivered two day’s worth of quality programming, gun rights news, legislative updates, guidance on advocacy, and more.
 

CA: Ventura County Fair Board Targets 'Ghost guns' but Allows October Gun Show to be Held
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Ventura County Fair Board directors voted Tuesday to allow an October gun show at the Ventura fairgrounds but said "ghost gun" kits enabling people to build firearms without serial numbers will be prohibited. In a meeting dominated by public pleas to end gun shows at the fairgrounds, directors also voted to revisit the issue at its October board meeting.
 

OH: Ohio Bill That Calls Gun Sales Essential Gets First Hearing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A bill that declares some firearms businesses and services life-sustaining and essential during a public emergency got its first hearing Tuesday in front of the Ohio House Government Oversight Committee. House Bill 325, introduced by Rep. Scott Wiggam, R-Wooster, would not allow the state to stop the sale of firearms during a state of emergency, similar to what happened when certain businesses were declared essential when Gov. Mike DeWine issued a stay-at-home order at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
 

PA: New Red Flag Law Introduced In Pennsylvania
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Pennsylvania lawmakers have introduced Red Flag laws in Harrisburg, which they consider “reasonable” to protect gun owners and others. Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPO) are better known to the public as Red Flag laws. These laws let police seize guns of those that they believe pose a threat to themselves or others. ERPOs have been a controversial tool of law enforcement since the accused do not get to defend themselves against the accusations in court before a judge issues an ERPO.
 

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