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CA: 33 Handguns Stolen from Gun Show at Turlock Fairgrounds
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Officials are looking for dozens of guns stolen from the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds early Sunday morning. “I'm also from Turlock and I've never heard of something like this happening," said Turlock Police Department spokesperson Dominique Sanchez. Sanchez said the guns were part of the Turlock Gun Show that happened over the weekend. She said two unknown and armed suspects wearing ski masks and dark clothing robbed unarmed security guards at the county fairgrounds around 4:30 a.m. The robbery was called in by the security guards, who were hired by the gun show, according to Sanchez.


 

OH: Ohio Lawmakers Introdue Multiple Gun Control Bills
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lawmakers in Ohio held a press conference Tuesday morning announcing multiple pieces of legislation to promote gun safety in the state. Democratic State Senators Hearcel Craig, Nickie Antonio and Vernon Sykes all announced legislation to combat gun violence and gun-related deaths in Ohio with bills targeting gun storage, domestic abusers and mental health issues.



 

Hunter Biden Seeks Dismissal of Gun Charges, Saying Law Violates the Second Amendment
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Hunter Biden pushed back Monday against gun charges filed against him, challenging the case on multiple fronts as unconstitutional and politically motivated days after he was hit with new tax charges. His defense attorney argued the gun case should be tossed out because an appeals court has found the law violates the Second Amendment under new standards set by the Supreme Court. Abbe Lowell also contended the charges against Hunter Biden violated immunity provisions that prosecutors agreed to in a plea deal they abandoned after Republicans slammed it as a “sweetheart deal.”


 

Extended Review of the New FN-15 Guardian Rifle
Submitted by: David Williamson
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FN's motto for the past several years is "The World's Most Battle-Proven Firearms," and it has the lineage to prove it. Founded back in 1889 to make Mauser pattern rifles for the Belgian government, FN promptly out-Mausered Mauser and remained in that bolt-gun business with its in-house upgraded Model 24 and Model 30 as late as the 1960s. By that time, FN had the FAL in production and later superseded it with the FNC and today's SCAR – all of which have seen combat around the world. Much like the way it took over where Mauser left off in the 1920s, FN jumped into the M16 biz in the early 1980s and out-Colted Colt, winning a $112 million contract to produce 266,961 M16s for the U.S. Army in 1988.

 

Maine Lawmakers Working on Gun Control
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Political fallout continues in the wake of the October mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, as U.S. Sen. Susan Collins is reportedly in the process of drafting legislation—with the involvement of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine—which apparently will allow military authorities in some cases to intervene in cases like that of the killer.
 

Bloomberg Lauds Gun Violence Archive for Pretend Data
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Whenever Bloomberg Businessweek writes about firearms or the Second Amendment it’s forced to disclose to readers that its owner is rabidly anti-gun. No one has spent more of their personal wealth to infringe upon the Second Amendment than former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.
 

.45-70 vs .30-30: Which Iconic Lever-Gun Cartridge Is Best?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The lever-action rifle is both a symbol of American history and a working platform that continues to entice modern shooters. That’s because lever actions are reliable and downright fun to shoot, whether you are ringing steel at the range or hunting screaming bull elk in the dark timber. Cartridge selection for lever-action rifles has evolved with time. However, there are still two iconic cartridges that carry the day, and they have duked it out for more than a century: the .45-70 vs .30-30. Is one really better than the other? Well, that depends on who you ask.

 

.32/.38/.33 WCF Cartridge Combos
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Over many decades of shooting, one is bound to develop favorites. One of mine is a genre of firearms; pistol-cartridge rifles, carbines and revolvers. For this, my all-time favorite cartridges are the .32/.38/.44 Winchester Center Fires (WCF) originated by Winchester in the late 1800s. Let’s start at .32 WCF (.32-20). Over the last few years, I’ve developed a great fondness for .32-20 as both a carbine and revolver cartridge. They are “soft” shooters for arthritic hands. I landed five nice .32-20 SAAs in the last couple years then bought a couple Cimarron/Uberti Model 1873 replicas. One of my character flaws is never being satisfied with just one of anything!


 

Smith & Wesson Sales Rise Again
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The nation’s largest gun maker posted a sales increase for the second quarter in a row. On Friday, Smith & Wesson released its second-quarter earnings report. It showed net sales at $125 million, a nearly $4 million jump over the same quarter last year. That represents a 3.2 percent increase and puts the company ahead of the trend in checks run through the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).


 

Beretta 92 Buyer’s Guide
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I love the Beretta 92, also known as the M9 in the U.S. military. The first gun I ever purchased was a 92G Elite II, and since that day, I’ve loved this pistol family. For this review, I’m going to assume you do, too. So, I’m not going to go over the fact that it’s super reliable, super cool-looking, and possibly the most iconic traditional double-action gun ever.

 

New Mexico Governor Pushing Ban on AR-15s, Other Semiautomatics
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) is pushing a ban on AR-15s and other semiautomatic rifles in an upcoming 30-day legislative session in her state.

The Santa Fe Reporter noted Grisham wants to do what Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) unsuccessfully attempted at the federal level. Heinrich, together with Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ), put forward the Gas-Operated Semiautomatic Firearms Exclusion Act (GOSAFE), and it went nowhere.
 

Biden Administration Asking States to Pass Gun Ban that U.S. Senate Rejected
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One week after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D) failed to secure passage of an “assault weapons” ban the Biden Administration is shifting its attention to state legislatures, asking them to ban AR-15s and similar rifles. On December 6, 2023, Breitbart News reported that Schumer brought an “assault weapons” ban to the Senate that Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) and other Republicans rejected and defeated.
 

VIDEO: Orlando Man Acquitted In Self-Defense Case After Fatal Hotel Shooting
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Rafael Villaverde, a 24-year-old from Orlando, was acquitted of second-degree murder charges related to a 2022 shooting at the Heritage Hotel, where two brothers, Dylan Jimenez (21) and Bryan Richardson (28), were killed. The incident occurred after an altercation between Villaverde and the brothers. Jimenez reportedly initiated gunfire, wounding Villaverde, who then retaliated in self-defense.
 

Review: Federal Gold Medal Action Pistol
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Action pistol shooters need accurate, reliable ammo that also meets minimum “power floors,” and now two new factory cartridges are specially loaded to meet these requirements. Federal’s Gold Medal Action Pistol offerings in 9 mm Luger and .40 S&W feature flat-nose bullets for enhanced steel knockdown, and Federal says accuracy and consistency are improved over the original Gold Medal ammunition.
 

Knives & the Second Amendment, a Scholarly Analysis
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Back in 2013 the first detailed scholarly analysis of knives and the Second Amendment was published in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (vol. 47, pages 167-215). Authored by noted Second Amendment scholars David Kopel, Clayton Cramer, and Joe Olson, the paper makes the case for knives as “arms” protected by the Second Amendment, supporting one of Knife Rights’ foundational tenets.

 

Washington Democrats File Permit-to-Purchase Bill; Training, Live Fire Required
Submitted by: David Williamson
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More than 20 Washington State Democrats have pre-filed legislation that would create a permit-to-purchase for anyone hoping to buy any firearm, with a training requirement that includes a live-fire demonstration of competency. Democrats tried to push the purchase permit mandate earlier this year, but it was pulled.


 

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