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4 Gun Control Measures Are Expected to Pass on Tuesday
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Gun control-related ballot measures in four states are expected to pass on Tuesday, opinion polls show, after gun safety advocates poured a massive amount of money into backing the initiatives. In Maine and Nevada, residents will vote on whether to mandate universal background checks for firearm sales, including private handgun transactions.
 

PRAGER U: What Should We Do About Guns?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Would stricter gun laws reduce gun violence? Could gun control measures in places like Australia work in America? Nicholas Johnson, professor of Law at Fordham University, explains that gun ownership is so pervasive in this country that even if the American people were to fully participate in an Australian-style “gun buyback,” you’d still have 200 million guns in private hands in this country.
 

This Long-Range Rifle Game Requires
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Recent years have seen a remarkable growth in F-Class competition. Shooting is at various distances from 300 to 1,000 yards depending on the particular match and shooting range. All shooting is from the prone position. Scopes and front and rear rests are allowed.
 

The .30-30 Winchester
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The first question about handloading the .30-30 Winchester is why anyone would bother. Factory .30-30 ammunition is very affordable, widely available, and works fine on deer (and even larger game) despite “cheap” bullets, due to the modest velocity. While .30-30’s can be very accurate, many are used with the factory open sights so sub-inch groups are uncommon, though I’ve yet to encounter one that didn’t shoot inside minute-of-deer. Iron-sighted .30-30’s tend to remain sighted-in for years—even decades—so there’s no reason to burn a box of ammo every year while attempting to rezero a cheap scope. So why not just buy ammo at Wally World?
 

WA: Gun Store Owner Anticipates Clinton Victory, Believes Gun Owners Will Flock
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lee Stallman, the owner of Fall City Firearms, voted for Donald Trump because he agrees with the Republican candidate’s views on gun rights, as well as his likely pick of a conservative Supreme Court justice and a push for immigration controls. “He is obviously boisterous, and crass sometimes,” Stallman said. “But I agree with what he says.” He said he believes Clinton is “corrupt’ and shouldn’t be president.
 

It’s All Over but for the Shouting: Did You Vote?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Tuesday will be a long day for some people, and not long enough for others, but it is the end of the line for political campaigns, and some on the losing side will declare it is the end of the line for life as we know it.
 

MO: Attorneys Discuss Why Candidates Brandish The Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Feel like both Trump and Hillary, as well as organizations and PACs who support and/or oppose them, have beaten their stance on gun rights to death on the campaign trail? Well, you’re right.
 

CA: Prop. 63- Voters Approve Gun-Control Measure
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A sweeping state gun-control initiative designed to clamp down more on ammunition than rifles or pistols themselves was approved by voters Tuesday.
 

Recent Rule Changes Will Affect Michigan Target-Shooters
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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As deer season approaching the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reminding hunters that target-shooting rules were recently changed for state game and wildlife areas.

Target shooting is often used by hunters to sight in guns before deer season.

Under the rule changes anyone target-shooting cannot shoot at anything other than paper, cardboard or a commercially produced portable target.

In addition, incendiary or explosive targets or ammunition may not be used. The same is true for armor-piercing ammunition.

Target shooting is also limited to before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m. or sunset, whichever is earliest.

 

Fact or Fiction: The Gun Show Loophole
Submitted by: Chris Wagoner
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One of my latest op-eds that busts the mythical "Gun Show Loophole".
 

AZ: Popular Shooting Area May Be Converted to Hiking Trails
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The days of ripping an off-road vehicle into the nearby open range, shooting-off a couple rounds and chucking an empty can may be fading - - especially if the site is being encroached by subdivisions and found to be contaminated. “There’s been an imperfect storm developing over time. This encroachment has crept closer and closer, but what is really driving this is CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act),” said Verde Ranger District Ranger Todd Willard, Prescott National Forest, during a public hearing Nov. 3 in Clarkdale. “This is non-discretional and it must move forward.”
 

Election Terrorist Attacks Impact Gun Sales
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In December 2012, a man dressed in black and armed with an AR-15 stormed elementary school Newton, Connecticut, a tragic event now remembered as Sandy Hook. The shooting sparked debate on gun control laws, spurring many to seek out firearms in fear that regulations could soon change. Mass shootings, terrorist attacks, and calls for more strict gun legislation have all directly impacted the sale of ammo and firearms in major metropolitan areas. The impact isn’t lost here on the local level.
 

A First Look at 2017's New Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As October rolled to an end this year, the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) held its 43rd annual meeting and expo in Kansas City, Mo. This show allows distributors (and a few gun writers) to get an early gander at the products gun companies are planning to launch soon. With the presidential election still days away, there were several manufacturers in attendance that chose to hold off announcing any new products until the 2017 SHOT Show. But other companies pulled back the curtains to show off what they have in mind for the New Year. We also had a chance to take a look at a few products before the SHOT Show, some of which are included here.
 

It's Too Late For Gun Control To Work
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It seems obvious: Restrict gun access, and people will be safer. But theory and practice don’t always match. Too often, gun bans or background checks don’t stop criminals and instead disarm law-abiding citizens, particularly poor minorities. This only makes life easier for criminals.
 

FL: Florida City Man Says He Shot Victim Because He Was Bully, Police Say
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Florida City man turned himself into police Sunday after he fatally shot a man earlier that day, authorities said. According to an arrest report, the victim, Steve Jones, 45, was at a family gathering in the 700 block of Northwest Ninth Avenue about 4:45 p.m. when the suspect, Marcus Rankins, 32, drove by the home in a black Chevrolet Silverado at a high rate of speed.
 

Who’s Buying Ruger AR Rifles?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With the election, recent stories of civil unrest, hunting season and the upcoming holidays, analysts wanted to know more about how well Sturm, Ruger & Company’s AR rifles are selling.
 

ME: Question 3 for Expanded Gun Background Checks too Close to Call
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of the most contentious issues on the statewide ballot is Question 3, which asks Mainers to expand background checks on gun sales and transfers. The race remained too close to call early Wednesday morning.
 

KS: AG Schmidt Seeks to Intervene in Federal Firearms Case
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt secured permission Tuesday to intervene in a U.S. District Court criminal case calling into question constitutionality of a 3-year-old state law designed to nullify enforcement of federal firearm regulations.
 

FL: Gunning For Business
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In the packed parking lot outside a mostly windowless red building on the corner of Fowler Street and Colonial Boulevard, muted thumping sounds punctuate the rush of mid-morning traffic, as if somebody behind the walls at Shoot Straight Fort Myers has taken a cloth-covered hammer to wood.
 

Fail: ‘Domestic Violence Offenders Get Their Guns Back’ in Gun-Controlled Australia
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Two decades after Australia confiscated hundreds of thousands of guns via mandatory government-sponsored buybacks, the Sydney Morning Herald reports that “scores of domestic violence offenders” are getting their guns back in Victoria.
 

NRA Store Releases NRA 'Freedom's Safest Place' Gear
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Holiday shopping has started in force, and the NRA Store has delivered a new clothing line that'd be a perfect fit for the Second Amendment supporter on your shopping list. New for 2016 is the NRA Store's "Freedom's Safest Place" gear. The line includes a Freedom's Safest Place t-shirt, a Freedom's Safest Place hat, a Freedom's Safest Place challenge coin and a corresponding bumper sticker. All items are available now at the NRA Store.
 

AZ: Election Day Laws: Guns Not Allowed, Booze OK
Submitted by: David Williamson
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You can wear your favorite political t-shirt to the polling place or buy a bottle of whiskey before you cast your vote, but state election officials are asking voters to keep their guns at home. Or at least in your vehicle. Arizona is one of six states where guns are not allowed within 75 feet of a polling place, even if you have a concealed weapon permit.
 

WA: National Pacesetter, Passing Initiatives on Guns, Minimum Wage
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Washington kept its reputation Tuesday as a national pacesetter on ballot initiatives, voting to ramp up its minimum wage to $13.50 an hour by 2020 and approving extreme-risk protection orders to temporarily disarm those posing a threat to themselves and others.
 

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