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Lead Solid Ammo: Lead Solid Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A lead solid bullet is by far the most widely used bullet ever created. "Lead solid" simply means the bullet is completely made of lead, and isn’t hollow or filled with another metal. When most people think of a bullet, they think of a lead solid and usually a round nose, because this is the most popular style and it can be used for pretty much anything. You can hunt, defend your home or property, take care of pesky varmints, shoot cans or bottles, or shoot targets for points.
 

Rifleman Q&A: Shotgun Proofmarks?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Q. How do I tell if an old or new shotgun has been “proofed”? My Italian guns seem to be covered with proofmarks—as do a couple old Belgian guns I have—but my American guns don’t seem to have any. How are guns proofed and how do you tell?
 

The Second Amendment Fight in Virginia
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With only two gubernatorial elections being held throughout the nation this year, Virginia’s has come into the national spotlight. This election could also shape the future of the Second Amendment in the Old Dominion for years to come. Should Terry McAuliffe (D) get elected to the governorship once more, an ominous future for the right to keep and bear arms lays ahead in the state of Virginia.
 

OH: Nearly 100 Guns Bought Back by Columbus Police During Buyback Event
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Nearly 100 guns were taken off the streets of Columbus on Saturday during the gun buyback event held by Columbus Police. The Public Safety office told us they received 73 handguns, 11 shotguns, and 13 rifles. Whoever brought in a gun walked away with a gift card of varying value and their identity was kept anonymous.
 

CA: State Lawmaker Calls for Ban on Live Ammunition and Real Guns on California Movie Sets
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A California state senator called for a ban on live ammunition on movie sets and in theatrical productions following the death Thursday of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins involving a prop gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin on a New Mexico movie set.

 

Exploiting Tragedy: Change.org Petition to Ban Real Guns on Movie Sets
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It didn’t take long for someone to exploit the tragic shooting on the New Mexico movie set in which actor Alec Baldwin fired a shot from a “prop” gun, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.

There is now a petition at Change.org demanding a ban on the use of real firearms on film sets.
 

Hollywood Weapons Expert: Alec Baldwin Ignored the No. 1 Rule of Gun Safety
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hollywood weapons expert Bryan Carpenter responded of the death and injuries related to Alec Baldwin’s discharge of a prop gun while filming by suggesting Baldwin ignored the number rule of gun safety.

Breitbart News reported that the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office was investigating after Baldwin discharged the gun on the set of ‘Rust’ Thursday, killing 42-year-old director of photography Halyna Hutchins and wounding director 48-year-old Joel Souza.
 

PA: State Senator Pat Stefano Introduces Legislation To Expand Pennsylvania’s Castle Doctrine Law
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Castle Doctrine governs how far a person can go to defend their property.

Stefano introduced new legislation Thursday that would allow Pennsylvanians to use self-defense beyond their home to their property line. “Forcing law-abiding Pennsylvanians to wait to defend their loved ones until a criminal enters their home could result in the unnecessary loss of innocent life – a tragedy made worse because it could have been prevented,” Sen. Stefano said. “The right to defend oneself should not be limited, as it is in the current weaker standard, based on whether individuals are inside their dwelling or on their property.”
 

CA: State Mostly Defer to Union Guidance for On-set Gun Safety
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The film industry and its unions provide guidelines on how to deal safely with prop guns on movie sets. But in states where movie-making is big business, lawmakers and regulators rely on those suggested practices rather than regulate on-set firearm use.
 

"Ghost Gun" Ban Goes into Effect in San Diego
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The ordinance banning “ghost guns” signed in September by San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria is now in effect. Untraceable guns, also known as “ghost guns,” are now banned in the City of San Diego under the Eliminate Non-serialized Untraceable Firearms Ordinance (ENUF).
 

NJ: Cash for Weapons- New Jersey Holds Largest-Ever Gun Buyback
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New Jersey residents had the opportunity Saturday to turn in their guns for cash during the state’s largest one-day gun buyback event in state history. Residents were able to receive $250 per weapon for up to three guns, according to acting Attorney General Andrew Buck who announced the event on Monday. They also noted that no questions would be asked.

 

WI: Judge Issues Injunction Blocking Fall Wisconsin Wolf Hunt
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A judge on Friday halted Wisconsin's fall wolf season two weeks before hunters were set to take to the woods, siding with wildlife advocacy groups who argued that holding the hunt would be unconstitutional. Dane County Circuit Judge Jacob Frost issued a temporary injunction halting the season, which was set to begin Nov. 6. The order comes as part of a lawsuit that a coalition of wildlife advocacy groups filed in August seeking to stop the hunt and invalidate a state law authorizing annual seasons.
 

Ted Nugent and Luke Hilgemann- Hunting Proposals in Wisconsin Hit the Target
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hunting is a sacred tradition for so many in Wisconsin. It’s a time for us to reconnect with ourselves, our family and the beauty of the outdoors around us. It allows us to participate in responsible conservation and to provide for our loved ones. Moreover, hunting reflects our nation’s unique character and heritage: rugged individualism amid strong community.
 

VA: Obama Stumps for McAuliffe, Urges Virginians not "To Go Back to Chaos" of Trump Years
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Former President Barack Obama framed a Nov. 2 gubernatorial race as a bellwether for the Democratic Party and the country, telling a crowd at a campaign event for Terry McAuliffe on Saturday that "I believe you, right here in Virginia, are going to show the rest of the country and the world that we're not going to indulge in our worst instincts."
 

YouTube fail: It Made 'Let’s Go Brandon' Go Massively Viral
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Bryson Gray, a rapper and Trump supporter, recorded a rap song called “Let’s Go Brandon” (not to be confused with Loza Alexander’s hip-hop chart-topping “Let’s Go Brandon” song). Gray’s song was doing well on the charts so, two days ago, YouTube figured out a way to remove it. It claimed that the song contains medical misinformation. Aside from being untrue, YouTube managed to take the song from being well-ish-known and turned it into a massive hit. Talk about a censorship fail.
 

Hunting Tradition Bonds Father, Son
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The love of the outdoors and the passion for hunting and fishing started for Chuck Bosch while living on his family farm near Linton. In the evenings and weekends after chores, the youngster would take a shotgun and sit in the cornfields or walk the tree rows in his search for pheasant or sharp-tailed grouse.
 

MI: Record Elk Hunting Applications in Michigan Fuel Conservation Efforts
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More than 49,000 hunters applied to hunt Michigan elk in 2021, a record that is part of a steady decade-long rise, state wildlife officials say. They paid $5 for a chance for one of only 300 available tags to hunt the state’s elk herd, which is estimated to number somewhere between 900 and 1,500, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
 

ME: Hunting- Time for a Change to Maine's Any-deer Permit System
Submitted by: David Williamson
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No system is perfect. Maine’s antlerless deer permit system has been in place since 1986. The biologists who manage this valuable resource have done a more than adequate job of keeping the deer population at or near objective levels in southern and central Maine, while trying to increase the population in northern and eastern Maine in the face of winter severity, changing forest management practices and a booming predator population.
 

This Ruger 10/22 is the Best Hiking Rifle for the Money
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Ruger has sold over six million 10/22 rifles since they were introduced in 1964. That’s because they’re affordable, accurate, and reliable. But I think the main reason is that they are so much fun to shoot.
 

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