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History of Barnes Ammo
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Fred Barnes founded his company, Barnes Bullets, in 1932. The company has since earned a solid reputation as a leader within the ammunition industry with its rifle ammo. Barnes manufactures bullets for practically every caliber in production, and they sell their fair share of custom creations, ideal for hunters and serious shooters in any situation.
 

History of 38 Super Ammo
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Colt released the .38 Super Automatic cartridge in 1929, as a hotter and heavier load than the .38 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) that it was modeled after. The .38 Super is in a twin case to its parent and designed for Colt’s semi-automatic, magazine-fed pistol in a 1911 style.
 

U.S. Appeals Court hears arguments in gun case
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati will decide in the coming days whether or not a Grand Traverse County case involving a commissioner showing a semi-automatic rifle during a meeting will be dismissed, or move forward.
 

CA: Guns for Gift Cards event takes place in South Bay
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The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department teamed up with its law enforcement partners over the weekend to help get unwanted guns off the streets, said the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office. A Guns for Gift Cards event took place at the South Bay Courthouse parking lot located in the 500 block of Third Avenue in Chula Vista on Saturday. Individuals received a $100 gift card for handguns, rifles and shotguns or a $200 gift card for assault weapons, said the Sheriff’s Office.
 

CA: 'Big win': Hundreds swap guns for cash in city of Santa Rosa's 1st buyback event
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In the North Bay, a gun buyback event in Santa Rosa saw a big turnout Saturday, as hundreds of people swapped their firearms for cash. Santa Rosa's first ever gun buyback event drew more than a crowd; it was a traffic jam.
 

FBI Under Reports Good Guys With Guns Saving Lives!
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The media will tell you that good guys with guns hardly ever stop attacks. Boy, are they wrong. According to compiled evidence by the Crime Prevention Research Center, some media outlets are underreporting the number of Defensive Gun Uses (DGU) by law abiding gun owners where attacks are prevented. Some media is reporting only 10% of the actual DGUs in America by citizens.
 

GA: Firearms deer hunting season opens in Georgia
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Attention hunters! If you've been anxiously anticipating the opening day of firearms deer hunting season, that wait is almost over. The statewide hunting season for firearms hunters begins on Saturday and goes on until January 8th.
 

ME: Skowhegan girls come out for Youth Hunting Day
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Another Maine youth hunting day came and went Saturday, and four, young sharp-shooters came through Skowhegan’s Fire Department to have their deer tagged and weighed by midday.
 

Firearm injuries in Oregon are now twice as common, according to emergency room data
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The number of firearm injuries treated in Oregon emergency departments nearly doubled from 2019 to 2021, according to a statewide report from Oregon Health & Science University. The report was compiled by the Gun Violence Prevention Research Center at OHSU, a new project focused on using public health data to prevent firearm injuries. Researchers looked at reports of injuries submitted by hospitals to an outbreak detection system known as OR-ESSENCE.
 

Points of Impact
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The future is now ... well, as far as firearms go, anyway. Sci-fi fans know that, all too often, futuristic films feature heroes wielding blasters forged from “unobtainium.” Their pistols and revolvers are either highly customized, like the full-auto Berretta 92FS used by the Grammaton Clerics (Equilibrium, 2002), or they are based on hard-to-find guns, like Han Solo's scoped Mauser C96 (Star Wars franchise). Either way, their rarity or expensive custom work commands exorbitant prices.
 

Gun Control Not a Priority as Midterms Loom with Biden in Basement
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A new Monmouth University poll released this week shows gun control is second from the bottom of a list of nine priority issues with the midterm elections just over two weeks away and American gun owners poised to help take Congress away from Democrats.
 

Media Reports Suggest Gun Control Crowd Faces Big Post-Bruen Woes
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Two somewhat similar perspectives in a pair of respected Capitol Hill news organs are taking a look at the post-Bruen world of Second Amendment clout, noting how the gun control movement is alarmed at the number of gun laws which now appear jeopardized, including the new carry permit law in New York State.
 

Justin Trudeau Announces ‘Freeze’ on Handgun Sales, Transfers
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Friday a “freeze” on handgun sales and transfers, claiming the action will keep children safe.

Trudeau introduced a freeze on owning handguns in May which went into effect on Friday.
 

NV: One dead after early morning apparent self-defense shooting in Reno
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One person is dead after an early morning self-defense shooting near the Atlantis casino, according to the Reno Police Department. According to Lieutenant Anthony Elges with the Reno Police Department, officers responded around 4:45 a.m. on Oct. 23 to the 3000 block of S. Virginia St. on reports of a shooting and found a man who was suffering from a gunshot wound. The man died on scene.
 

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP 10mm Pistol Review
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The rise, fall and rebirth of the 10mm pistol round would be a great Hollywood movie. Created in the wake of the infamous 1986 FBI Miami shootout, the 10mm round filled a perceived need for a more powerful pistol cartridge that could deliver fight-stopping hits on demand. When the cartridge was placed into service, however, it proved to be a bit too powerful for common use, and was soon replaced with the smaller .40 S&W round.
 

Tips & Techniques: DIY Metal Finishing
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Refinishing the metalwork of a firearm is not as complicated as you might think, and the options have changed over the years. In days past, you needed bluing tanks and all the toxic chemicals that process entailed. While bluing is still an excellent way to finish a rifle, the hobby gunsmith will likely have better results with spray-on coatings. In fact, with the stainless steel guns so popular today, a spray-on coating is the one of the few options for a new finish.
 

First Look: MTM Case Gard Double Scoped Rifle Case
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MTM Case Gard is introducing its new RC51D double scoped rifle case, a hard case that can hold two scoped long guns or any combination of firearms which measure up to 50.5 inches long. Though the RC51D has plenty of interior storage space, the outer shell of this case was designed to be as compact as possible in order to take up less space when stowed in vehicles and making it less cumbersome to use.
 

New: Straight-pull Savage Impulse Mountain Hunter Rifles in 9 Calibers
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The Savage Impulse Mountain Hunter line was announced in the lead-up to the National Sporting Good Wholesalers Annual Expo in Kansas City this week. Promising rifles in the 7-pound range due to a mixture of an aluminum receiver, synthetic stocks, and carbon-fiber wrapped barrels, the new Impulse Mountain series of rifles include lots of semi-custom features such as an Accufit stock that is adjustable for length-of-pull and comb height, an ambidextrous multi-position bolt handle, and a user-adjustable AccuTrigger system that can be dialed between 1.5 and 4 pounds.
 

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