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New Handguns from SHOT Show 2022
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The handgun market is hot right now. It’s one of the most competitive spaces in the gun industry and it’s driving both innovation and expansion. New handguns, as well as adaptations of current lines, are being unveiled alongside new models from companies who haven’t been players in the handgun market for decades.


 

New For 2022: Kel-Tec P15
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In honor of the company's 30th anniversary, Kel-Tec released its first-ever striker-fired handgun, and it's being marketed as the lightest, thinnest handgun of its type on the market. “KelTec invented subcompact, polymer handguns,” Director of Sales and Marketing Derek Kellgren said. “So we wanted our first 9 mm striker-fired pistol to be worthy of the company George Kellgren founded 31 years ago.”


 

AL: Alabama: Sheriff’s Association Working With Anti-Gun Group Opposing Constitutional Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Bobby Timmons, director of the Alabama Sheriff’s Association (ASA), is so opposed to acknowledging your inherent right-to-carry, and wants so badly to protect the revenue stream from permit fees, that he openly opposes the Second Amendment and allies with anti-gun extremists. He said in a media interview that the ASA is working with a Bloomberg-backed, national anti-gun group in order to oppose the constitutional carry legislation currently in the Alabama Legislature.



 

Why Are the Glock 19 & Sig P365 XL Concealed Carry Favorites?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Walk into any gun store in the nation, ask for the best concealed carry firearms, and you will get a myriad of answers ranging from long-popular Glocks to the newest Sig Sauers. Undoubtedly, a highly suggested option will be the venerable Glock 19, and for good reason. It’s a dependable option trusted by countless militaries and law enforcement organizations.

 

Indiana Senators Need our Help to Pass Constitutional Carry
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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Politicians make laws. Sometimes that helps us and sometimes it doesn’t. Politicians cost lives when they get in the way of the things we need to do. Now, Indiana state Senators need our help to pass constitutional carry.
 

New Seattle Mayor Wants Same Old Thing: Gun Control, End Preemption
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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The Seattle Times is reporting how newly-installed Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell is “focused on gun responsibility,” a term that translates to “gun control,” and his wish list for the current legislative session includes limiting the purchase of so-called “ghost guns” and—according to his niece and deputy mayor Monisha Harrell—an end to state preemption.
 

History of 6mm Remington Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In 1955, the Remington Arms Company introduced the 6mm Remington. Fred Huntington designed the cartridge by necking down the case of a .257 Roberts to accept a 0.243" diameter bullet. When Huntington necked the .257 down to .243", he called it the ".243 Rockchucker" being that he didn't work for Remington. And he changed the shoulder angle, which Remington did not do when they commercialized the design." Nine years later, the cartridge was renamed the 6mm Remington, and the name has stayed the same since.
 

Joe Biden Admits More Gun Control Wouldn’t Have Stopped Synagogue Attacker
Submitted by: David Williamson
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President Joe Biden took questions on Saturday’s Texas synagogue attack and suggested more gun control would not have stopped the attacker.

Reuters reports the attacker, 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram, was a citizen of the United Kingdom.
 

New Bill Would Ban Mountain Lion and Bobcat Hunting in Colorado
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A bill in the Colorado General Assembly would put a total halt to some kinds of predator hunting within the state. The proposed bill is known as SB22-031 and, if passed, “generally prohibits shooting, wounding, killing, or trapping a bobcat, Canada lynx, or mountain lion.” The bill was introduced to the Colorado Senate on January 12, 2021, and now goes to the Agriculture & Natural Resources committee for consideration. The bill is sponsored by four Democrats, including senators Sonya Jaquez Lewis and Joann Ginal, and representatives Judy Amabile and Monica Duran. The sponsors all represent urban districts on the state’s front range.
 

8 Pistols and Revolvers From the 2022 SHOT Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Given the year that 2021 was, what type of new handguns would you expect to see for 2022? The answer to that question should be obvious. With more and more folks wanting to carry handguns for personal protection, 2022 looks to be the year of the ultra-compact 9mm pistol. Almost without exception, the new-for-2022 handguns are small, 9mm, semi-automatics.

 

11 Critical Training Basics That Concealed Carriers Often Neglect
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In my many years of teaching handgun training classes for new and experienced concealed carriers, various professional military and law enforcement groups, and other handgun owners and shooters, I have learned several very basic fundamentals in training that are not fully understood, only partially learned, and/or infrequently practiced or followed. I use the list that follows, 11 critical neglected training basics, as a regular, personal review to help myself and hope you also might find some value in them. These are training problems I regularly see with our students and the handgun skills, safety, and concealed carry classes.

 

First Look: Federal Premium Force X2 Shorty Shotshell
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Federal Premium helped to legitimize the concept of short, 1.75" 12-ga. shotshells in the American market, giving shotgunners an additional ammunition option that aids in increasing their compatible shotgun's overall capacity. Now, with its new Force X2 Shorty, Federal now offers a potent self-defense round that packs more stopping power into each short shell.

 

WA: Washington- Another Year – Another Extreme Gun Ban!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The legislature only just gaveled in this week and anti-gun legislators and gun control groups couldn’t wait to reintroduce their extreme gun ban legislation – an “assault weapons” ban, Senate Bill 5217. Having failed to gain any traction in the 2021 Regular Session, the measure has now been re-filed and scheduled for a public hearing and executive session next week in the Senate Committee on Law and Justice. At the same time, the committee will also consider anti-preemption legislation, Senate Bill 5568. Please contact committee members and strongly urge them to OPPOSE Senate Bill 5217 and Senate Bill 5568.

 

AG Composites’ New Carbon K2 Stock Series Raises The Bar
Submitted by: David Williamson
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AG Composites has announced a new series of carbon fiber rifle stock designs that are both aesthetically appealing and highly functional – the Carbon K2. Formerly called AG Edge, the new name more accurately reflects the rugged nature of the product line. The Carbon K2 series features a functional buttstock, making it ideal for custom options such as QD cups. In addition, the bottom side of the forend is flat, which is optimal for mounting different rail systems. The pistol grip has just the right vertical angle for maximum comfort and control, and the palm swell is the ideal size for both target shooting and hunting enthusiasts.


 

BARR: Time For Congress To Take The ‘Next Step’ On Criminal Justice Reform
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In recent weeks, state governments across the country have begun prioritizing the issue of criminal justice reform, and at the federal level it is high time for Congress to return to this vital issue. It has now been four years since Congress, on an overwhelmingly bipartisan basis, passed the First Step Act — the most significant criminal justice reform in decades. While the legislation arguably did more than any other to get low-risk, nonviolent offenders back on their feet, even President Donald Trump acknowledged that the federal government still has more work to do in this matter.


 

VA: Second Amendment Rights Activists with Guns Descend on Virginia’s Capitol Hill
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Virginia’s Capitol Hill, gun-toting Second Amendment supporters descend. On Monday, gun-toting Second Amendment rights advocates descended on Virginia’s Capitol Square for the state’s annual Lobby Day, during which those who are off work or school are encouraged to speak with state legislators about the issues that concern them.



 

Henry Big Boy Steel .357 Magnum
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We are blessed with a large proliferation of sixguns, semi-automatic pistols and leverguns to choose from. However, especially when it comes to leverguns, there are absolute essentials. I will not argue the first choice is a .22. and I simply cannot imagine life without a quality .22 levergun. After a .22 has been selected, the next step is a .357 Magnum levergun.


 

First Look: Colt Python Revolver with 3-Inch Barrel
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Colt Python is frequently named as one of the best revolvers ever made, and it has a large following among wheel gun enthusiasts. Colt relaunched its famous Python revolver in 2020 with two models: One with a 4.25-inch barrel and another with a 6-inch barrel. The new Python was well-received, even after more than a twenty-year production hiatus, but collectors still longed for the 3-inch model. Now the wait is over, as Colt is producing 3-inch barrel Python in 2022.


 

Your State-by-State Spring 2022 Turkey Hunting Forecast
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Forget the pandemic, politics, and all the other bad news that seemingly dominates our lives. A quick look at the calendar confirms that spring turkey season is just months—and in some cases, weeks—away. And despite tales of doom and gloom from some corners of turkey country, opportunities to pursue America’s top game bird abound from coast to coast. Take your pick: thundering Easterns on a timbered ridge, reclusive Osceolas in a Florida cypress head, roaming Rio Grandes cruising a vast mesquite flat, or white-tipped Merriam’s high in the mountains.

 

MLE 1874 GRAS Bolt-Action Rifle: From Black Powder to Smokeless
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The French MLE 1874 Gras is a historic rifle that marks a milestone in firearms development as powerful industrialized nations moved from black-powder rifles to cased smokeless-powder firearms at the end of the 19th century. The French were often at the forefront of military rifle technology, and the Gras represents their transition from paper cartridges into more modern brass-cased ammunition. This particular rifle holds a unique place in French firearms development and features various upgrades that occurred over decades of service.

 

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