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History of 357 Magnum Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The .357 Magnum – the first and most popular handgun magnum caliber – is a rimmed centerfire cartridge that has proven itself through more than 85 years of use by law enforcement and shooting enthusiasts throughout the United States and beyond. Also referred to as the .357 S&W Magnum or the 9x33mmR, .357 Mag ammo features a .357 inch (9.1mm) diameter bullet in a casing that measures 1.29 inches in length. Together, the total length of the .357 Mag cartridge measures 1.59 inches. It’s loaded to a maximum pressure of 35,000 psi and has an average velocity of 1,090 feet per second (fps).
 

ME: Maine Deer Season With Record Number of Permits Ends
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A deer hunting season that included a record number of permits is coming to a close in Maine. The final day of the deer hunt that allows hunters to use archery or muzzleloaders is Saturday. Both methods of hunting are limited to designated parts of the state.
 

WV: WV's Muzzleloader Hunt: A Study in Evolution
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West Virginia’s muzzleloader season for deer opens Monday. It’s a different season now than it was in years past. When the state implemented a black-powder hunt back in 1978, hunters had a bright, shiny new toy to play with. Even though those early seasons were flintlock-only, bucks-only, and held solely on state-managed lands, plenty of sportsmen journeyed afield for the conservative, three-day hunt.
 

MO: Missouri Deer, Turkey Hunting Dates Set for Upcoming Seasons
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At its Dec. 11 open meeting in Jefferson City, the Missouri Conservation Commission approved the following recommendations by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) for upcoming turkey-hunting and deer-hunting season dates.
 

Texas Activists Sound Alarm over ‘Duty to Retreat’ Legislation
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Texas gun rights activists are raising warning flags about a piece of legislation that would allegedly modify the state’s so-called “castle doctrine” and require citizens to “safely retreat” if possible before using force against another person.

Even Snopes, the fact-checking website, acknowledges that State Rep. Terry Meza’s HB 196 “would add a ‘duty to retreat’ clause to laws pertaining to private citizens’ use of deadly force when they are not on their own property.”
 

Illinois Sees 167% Surge in Applications for Firearm Owner’s ID Cards
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Illinois saw a 167 percent surge in applications for Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) cards through November this year as compared to 2017 numbers. The Chicago Tribune reported there were 445,945 FOID card applications through November of this year as compared to “166,649 applications in 2017.”
 

The 2nd Day of Christmas by Bloomberg & Beto-Backed Texas Lawmakers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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‘Tis the season at the Texas Capitol for extreme gun control bills; lumps of coal stuffed in stockings and hung on mantles for gun owners in advance of the 2021 legislative session. Pre-filed by anti-gun politicians who were backed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg and BETO “Hell Yeah, I'll Take Your Guns” O'Rourke in 2020, these bills are paybacks to their radical supporters who want to ban firearms, defund police and make YOU less safe.
 

My First Time Deer Hunting and What to Expect
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Going deer hunting in Wisconsin is something I’ve wanted to do since I was a teenager in high school. Every year, I told myself, “this will be the year I go,” only to have that year pass me by. One of the issues was that I never had a mentor who would take the time to teach me what I needed to know. When Kristin Alberts offered to mentor me and give me a spot to hunt during this deer season, I jumped at the opportunity.
 

FPC File SCOTUS Petition for Review in Folajtar vs Barr 2A Challenge
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The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of a petition seeking a writ of certiorari asking the United States Supreme Court to review the Third Circuit’s decision in Lisa Folajtar v. Attorney General Barr. A copy of the petition can be viewed at gunbancase.com. Ms. Folajtar is represented by David H. Thompson, Pete Patterson, and Steven Lindsay of Cooper & Kirk, PLLC, Joshua Prince of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., FPC Director of Legal Strategy Adam Kraut, and FPC Director of Research Joseph Greenlee, who authored the authoritative article on the history of arms prohibitions based upon his original research, also available at gunbancase.com.
 

SAF Honors Outdoor & Shooting Wire's Shepherd With Global Leadership Award
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The Second Amendment Foundation announced the recipient of the Global Leadership Award for 2020 is Jim Shepherd, founder and owner of The Outdoor Wire digital network, which includes the popular Shooting Wire, based in Birmingham, Alabama. Shepherd, the original executive producer for business news at the then-fledgling CNN and later a business reporter at PBS, has been at the helm of The Outdoor Wire for 21 years. A veteran broadcast journalist and producer, he also spent two years as an instructor at the University of Miami prior to moving to New York City, where he was news director for a financial news network.
 

The Second Day of Christmas, Brought to You by Bloomberg and Beto-Backed Texas Lawmakers​
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'Tis the season at the Texas Capitol for extreme gun control bills; lumps of coal stuffed in stockings and hung on mantles for gun owners in advance of the 2021 legislative session. Pre-filed by anti-gun politicians who were backed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg and BETO "Hell Yeah, I'll Take Your Guns" O'Rourke in 2020, these bills are paybacks to their radical supporters who want to ban firearms, defund police and make YOU less safe.
 

Rogue ATF Agents are Cracking Down on Legal Guns in Anticipation of Biden Admin
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On Thursday, federal agents raided the headquarters of Polymer80, one of the largest manufacturers of homemade firearm accessories. For years, Polymer80 has been producing “80% complete” lower receivers which the ATF determined to be incomplete and non-regulatable by the ATF as firearms. These receivers require holes to be drilled and surfaces filed before they become an actual, usable receiver, hence the term 80% receiver.
 

IA: Second Gun Deer Hunting Season Opens in Iowa
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Iowa’s second gun deer hunting season has commenced and runs through December 20th. Iowa Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer for Washington and Keokuk counties Wes Gould says hunters must wear their blaze orange safety apparel and it must be more than just a hat. He says hunters need either a vest, coveralls, sweatshirt or coat, or some combination of those items. Gould says even then, hunters aren’t invincible,
 

Philadelphia Law Enforcement “Lost” Over 200 Firearms
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As Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney pushes for more gun control, news breaks that the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office can’t account for over 200 firearms that were supposed to be in the agency’s possession. Acting on a confidential complaint, the Philadelphia City Controller, Rebecca Rhynhart, launched an investigation into firearms potentially missing from the Sheriff’s department.
 

MO: Proposed Black Bear Season Would be 10 days in October and for Missouri Residents Only
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Missouri residents may soon be able to hunt another species this coming year. The state’s first black bear hunting season proposal received final approval from the Missouri Conservation Commission Dec. 11 in Jefferson City. The Missouri Department of Conservation outlined that the season would be limited to areas in the southern portion of the state and only for Missouri residents, via news release. The proposed limited and restrictive black bear hunting season comes after years of public comment and research.
 

FL: Hunting in Wildlife Management Areas Make Cherished Florida Holiday Traditions
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Families create all sorts of traditions to spend time together; they are what make the holidays special. For Florida outdoorsmen and women, a love of the outdoors, hunting and wild game feasts are among the best holiday traditions! Enjoying the outdoors with loved ones is especially important during a year as challenging as this one.
 

80 Percent Kits Under Fire: ATF vs Polymer 80
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Nevada-based Polymer 80, which makes polymer AR receivers, pistol frames, and handguns, was raided by federal regulators over their unfinished gun kits. In a story first reported by the Wall Street Journal last Friday, the ATF visited Polymer 80 last week in conjunction with a 119-page search warrant affidavit filed in a federal court. The primary reason involved the company's PF940 series "Buy Build Shoot" kit, which includes an unfinished 80-percent Gen 3 Glock-style frame and components to help finish it as a handgun. This was despite a 2017 determination letter from the Bureau that said unfinished PF940 blanks were not classified as a frame or receiver.
 

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