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Looking for Your Next AR Project Gun? Try a Trade-in LAR-15!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We recently lucked into a shipment of law enforcement trade-in Rock River Arms LAR-15s and decided to play around with one a bit. The rifles in question seem to be very close to a model that RRA sold between 2008 and around 2012, the Pro-Elite, but are not marked as such.
 

Mossberg Releases New 940 Autoloading Shotgun Models
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Connecticut-based Mossberg announced this week it is expanding its line of 940 Pro autoloading shotguns with the release of Field, Snow Goose, and Waterfowl models. The series originally kicked off last year with the input of competitive shooters Jerry and Lena Miculek to produce the 940 JM Pro 12 gauge. Now, the new 940 Pro Waterfowl and the 940 Pro Snow Goose, featuring Cerakote metal surfaces, chrome-lined barrels, HIVIZ TriComp sights, and camo-finished stocks and forends join the line.
 

More Self-Defense Gun Stories
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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Firearms instructor Robyn Sandoval brings us four new stories of armed defense. These ordinary gun owners protected their family, their friends, and their co-workers. What should we do in their place?

21 minute audio podcast. Links at the webpage to the original news sources.
 

Z-MAX Ammo: Z-MAX Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hornady Zombie Max (Z-MAX) ammunition was a special line created for killing zombies. Yes, that’s right – zombies. No longer in production, this specialty ammo was basically a fun gimmick with surprisingly good performance. Paired with a cool packaging design, Hornady Z-MAX made for a great conversation piece and was very popular among shooters – mainly because nobody knew how long it would be in production. Here are some of the features and uses of these fun zombie bullets (other than zombie control, of course). The official webpage also has a fun video and a great disclaimer that’s worth a read.
 

History of Rio Royal Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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RIO was established by parent company MAXAM Outdoors in 1896, a global leader in the explosives industry and provider of munitions to more than 60 countries. They entered the American market at long last in 2002, and are now considered a major international player in shooting sports. Curiously, RIO’s parent company MAXAM was founded by Alfred Nobel, who is both the inventor of TNT and the founder of the Nobel Prize, which, of course, includes the Nobel Peace Prize.
 

Chicago Father Shot to Death While Shielding Daughter from Bullets
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A Chicago father was shot to death Wednesday while shielding his daughter from a gunman’s bullets. The Daily Mail reports that the 33-year-old father, Travell Miller, was driving his seven-year-old daughter to school when bullets began to fly.
 

12.4 Million Guns Sold and Counting
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Americans just keep buying guns! This record-shattering trend, which began in early 2020, just keeps going. Last month’s background-check numbers rose from July’s and are the second highest of any August on record. According to data from the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), more than 1.3 million background checks were conducted for the sale of a firearm via the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) in August, bringing the annual number up to more than 12.4 million; in fact, that number isn’t far from the 13.2 million checks that were conducted up to this point last year—the very year that shattered all previous records.
 

San Freak-cisco: Pay ‘High-Risk Individuals’ to Not Shoot People
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In a city rivaling Seattle as a Far-Left political mecca along the West Coast, San Francisco may have just left the Jet City in the philosophical, anti-gun dust by announcing a pilot program that, according to Fox News, “will pay high-risk individuals to not shoot anyone as gun crimes tick up in the city.”
 

Second Amendment Foundation Lawsuit Could Sink Semiauto Gun Bans
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Bans on modern multi-purpose semi-automatic firearms have been pushed by anti-Second Amendment extremists for decades. The real question is how to take out these bans. Many of the states that have these bans are said to be deep “blue” states, and the same goes for localities. The best solution, of course, is to have a pro-Second Amendment legislature that prevents such bans from being enacted in the first place, or which can repeal said bans quickly.
 

NRA-ILA Files Brief Urging SCOTUS to Hear Bump Stock Ban Challenge
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Yesterday, NRA-ILA filed an amicus curiae (or friend of the court) brief in support of a petition to the United States Supreme Court challenging ATF’s 2018 rule that classified bump stocks as machine guns. This is the second time NRA-ILA has filed an amicus curiae brief in a case challenging this rule in as many months. ATF had determined that bump stocks were not machine guns on ten separate occasions from 2008 to 2017. But that changed in 2018, when ATF announced that it would review its regulatory definition of machinegun.
 

GOA: Compromise Is Hurting Gun Rights in Florida
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This week, a Florida gun group launched an attack on our state director Luis Valdes and, by extension, on Gun Owners of America. This broadside was then reprinted by a national group, as well as another state gun group in Florida.
 

Al Capone's Personal Guns Up For Auction
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Al Capone ranks among the most notorious gangsters in history. His name and face are synonymous with the proliferation of gang violence during the Prohibition era, and he’s widely assumed to have been responsible for ordering the 1929 gang hit infamously known as the "St. Valentine’s Day Massacre." To his family, though, he was known as a father and grandfather affectionately called “Papa.” In 2021, nearly 75 years after his death, the Capone family is auctioning off several of Al Capone’s personal items, including a .45 ACP-chambered Colt 1911 known to be his “favorite.”
 

Ruger Mini-30: The 7.62x39 mm Mini-14
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When Ruger introduced its Mini-14 in 1973 it didn’t take enthusiasts long to become enamored with the nimble semi-automatic carbine so reminiscent of the M1 and M14. The versatile gas-operated, piston-driven guns were compact, built to the company’s rugged standards and chambered in 5.56 NATO. One of the few complaints, however, was the fact that cartridge limited the gun’s ability to be used during big game season in many regions of the country.
 

Outdoors: Winding (and Hunting) for Years
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I’ve used the toolbox a lot over the years, not just hunting and fishing. By observing the situation and evaluating it effectively, I was able to eat fish and hunted meat, but I was able to prevent troubles. Over the last few decades, the number of people participating in traditional outdoor sports has tended to decline sharply. Indeed, hiking and biking trails are full of people. Crossing Brazos you can see many kayaks paddling, but with little access to fishing and hunting areas, only stubborn hunters and anglers, or their families, have their own hunting and fishing. The land continues those traditions.
 

MI: Men Sue to Try to Recover Firearms Seized From Hunting Cabin
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Nearly four years later, two men are turning to federal court to try to recover 13 guns seized from a hunting cabin in Saginaw County. The sheriff's office took the guns after responding to a dispute between a man and a woman who were using the cabin in 2017. The man grabbed a shotgun and was subsequently charged with domestic violence.
 

The Variable-Power Optic: History & Performance
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Back when most of the hunters I knew used “primitive” arms, such as M1903 Springfields and 4X scopes, the variable riflescope was just starting to be accepted. This was in the mid-1960s. Most shooters still think of variables as a “modern” development, even though Zeiss (who else?) first began marketing practical riflescopes that would change magnification back in the 1930s.
 

NH: Bear Hunting Seasn Off to a Slow Start in New Hampshire
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Hampshire’s bear hunting season has officially begun. The season is off to a slower start, but Fish and Game officials expect things to pick up. Fish and Game officer and Bear Project Leader, Andrew Timmins, is confident there will be close to 11,000 bear licenses sold. He said this is the start of a four-month stretch of the state’s most popular hunting seasons.


 

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