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Copper-Plated Round Nose Ammo: CPRN Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of the more common types of small caliber ammunition, the copper-plated round nose can be carried, sold and fired just about anywhere. While the average round nose is becoming less common due to lead concerns, copper plating added during the manufacturing process has become an easy and affordable solution.
 

The Hunters HD Gold Story
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When Brian Conley developed the famous recipe for Hunters HD Gold lenses, he never imagined where it would lead. Fast forward to today and Brian is traveling to matches all over the country. Let’s start at the beginning. Similar to many entrepreneurs, Brian had identified a problem and wanted to create a solution. If you’ve ever hunted, you know that early light and last light are some of the best times of day to see the movement of animals. But those lighting conditions are some of the hardest to see in, and visibility is everything in making a clean shot.
 

GA: Firearm Deer Hunting Season Opens in Georgia
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The Georgia firearms deer hunting season opened Saturday, and state wildlife officials are optimistic. “With some awesome bucks already taken in archery season, I think we are in for an excellent firearms season," Charlie Killmaster, state deer biologist for the Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, said in a news release. “The 2020 deer season had one of the highest ratings for hunter satisfaction on record, and I expect 2021 to be no different.”
 

WI Lawmakers Introduce Pro-Gun, Hunting Legislation
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Republican Wisconsin state lawmakers have introduced more than a dozen pieces of pro-hunting and gun rights legislation including one measure to allow carrying concealed sidearms without a permit, and Democrats immediately went on the offense, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

One of their main objections was that Ted Nugent, the pro-hunting rock guitarist now a spokesman for Hunter Nation, appeared at a press conference supporting the hunting legislation. A former board member of the embattled National Rifle Association, Nugent told reporters the state should manage wildlife differently and reduce restrictive regulations.
 

Parkland HS Gunman Pleading Guilty — ’17 Counts of First-Degree Murder’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The alleged gunman behind the February 14, 2018, attack that killed 14 students and three staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School plans to plead guilty to “17 Counts of First-Degree Murder,” according to the Associated Press. The AP reported that the 23-year-old suspect’s attorneys spoke on October 15, 2021, stating that the suspect will plead guilty on Wednesday.
 

McAuliffe Echoes Biden’s “Public-Health” Claims
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (D) took a page from the current Biden administration and decided to label violent crime—which he also mislabels as “gun violence”—as a “public-health crisis.” McAuliffe, who served as the governor of Virginia from 2014 to 2018, states on his campaign website that he will “treat gun violence as the public health crisis it is,” and that he intends to create an “Office of Gun Violence Prevention.” Not to stop there, McAuliffe also mentions he has “never been afraid to stand up to the NRA, and that won’t change now.”
 

Chickens Roosting: Beto’s Gun-Grabbing Pledge Haunts Him As He Readies For A Run for Texas Governor
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[Beto] was so forceful and unyielding that gun-control advocates cringed, fearing that wary gun-owners would conclude that in their hearts, Democrats are gun-grabbers and that even modest restrictions are a prelude to confiscation.
 

San Diego County Considering Further Restrictions on Home-Built Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On October 19th, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors will consider a proposal to direct the drafting of an ordinance to further restrict the centuries-old practice of home-building firearms for personal use. You may click here to find details about the meeting.
 

The Popularization of Political Repression
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If social media material is any indication, the sheer ugliness of American political sentiment is increasing exponentially, and the ugliness is getting harder and harder to tune out. To the extent that its inner character shines through on the internet, it would seem American democracy isn't so apt to "die in darkness" as it is to succumb to a strangely garish death by suffocation, buried under an avalanche of anti-democratic sentiments, sentiments increasingly normalized and aggressively promoted with almost ghoulish glee.
 

Gift Card Offered to Those Who Turn in Unwanted Guns and Weapons
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Police departments across the area participated in a statewide gun buyback program Saturday to help people get rid of unwanted guns in exchange for a gift card. At the Stamford Police Headquarters, the gun buyback event was 100% anonymous and they also assisted people who were looking to secure their weapons.
 

SD: Pheasant Season Opener is a Boon for South Dakota Businesses, but is the Number of Hunters Decreasing?
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The out-of-state pheasant hunting season, the annual lifeblood of small South Dakota towns and huge retailers alike, begins Saturday. The state’s famous fowl pastime is an economic machine of its own, contributing $1.3 billion to the outdoor industry, but its success for businesses depends on a lot of moving parts. And the biggest pieces to that — the number of pheasants and the number of hunters arriving in the state — have been trending down in recent years.
 

Final Brief Filed in Key Supreme Court Gun Rights Case
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The final reply brief has been filed in the NRA-ILA-supported case challenging New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime. This was the final filing before the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on November 3rd. As NRA-ILA argues, New York law infringes on the Second Amendment by prohibiting the average law-abiding citizen from exercising their constitutional right of self-defense.

 

Ruger's Budget Falling Block: The No. 3
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For 13 years, Ruger produced an inexpensive yet elegantly simple falling-block single-shot rifle, the Ruger No. 3. Based on the company's more aristocratic No. 1 under-lever John Farquharson-style single-shot rifle, except in a simpler "American" design that evoked memories of the old Sharps series from the late 19th century, the No. 3 was introduced in 1973.

 

New: Maxim Defense MD-1505 Series
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Minnesota-based Maxim Defense recently announced a new AR-style PDW for the short game: the MD-1505, offered in 5.56 NATO, .300 BLK, and 7.62x39mm. The series is billed as a combination of the company's popular PDX design and a traditional AR-15 package. Roughly like the PDX in size – running about 18.75 inches overall across three models – the MD-1505 has MILSPEC forged receivers and different handguards. The models include one with a standard SCW stock (NFA rules apply), SCW stabilizing pistol brace, or SCW pistol system.
 

MO: Missouri’s first black bear hunting season begins Monday
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Four-hundred people will be allowed to participate in Missouri’s first black bear hunting season, which officially begins Monday. The black bear hunting season runs from Monday, Oct. 18 to Wednesday, Oct. 27, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.
 

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