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NSSF, Gunmakers Seek Prelim Injunction v. NY Gun Control Law
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation, along with several gun companies, distributors and retailers, has filed a federal lawsuit challenging a New York law “designed to blame the industry for the criminal misuse or unlawful possession of firearms in New York no matter where they were purchased,” according to an NSSF news release.
 

Best Dry Fire Training with AR-15, Mantis Blackbeard
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In a time where ammunition is scarce and often expensive, it is important that shooters find ways to continue training. Shooting is a perishable skill set. Unfortunately, we cannot live our lives on a shooting range perfecting our trigger pull. Ammo is still expensive so the best way to maintain and improve on what you learned at the range is dry fire training. The benefits of dry fire training are easy enough to see, it is cheap and you can do it in the comfort of your own home. Always make sure your firearms are unloaded before you begin dry fire training!
 

Where's the Best Place to Keep a Home Defense Firearm?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lately I’ve been studying home invasions. Invariably, when a defensive firearm is involved, one of the intended victims has to run to some other part of the house to retrieve a gun. Some are successful in this and quite a few are not. The firearm is rarely retrieved before a family member is injured.
 

Are The Parents of School-Shooter Ethan Crumbley to Blame?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As this correspondent reads accounts of the latest media-inspired school shooting, there was an obvious theme: blame the parents. Convict them before any evidence is presented in court. Indict them with crimes seldom used in such circumstances. Declare they are fugitives in a “manhunt”.
 

ME: Hunting: What is the Ideal Doe-to-buck Ratio for Maine’s Deer Herd?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This year’s deer harvest is likely to set records, at least for recent years. The biggest contributing factor was the number of any-deer permits handed out by Maine, which was welcomed by many hunters. Some merely wanted a better chance for success while others have long complained about too many does or a buck-to-doe ratio that is way out of whack. Is it possible to have too many does? Can the ratio get so skewed it’s detrimental to the herd or to hunting? Let’s take a look.
 

OH: 2021 has Seen Noteworthy Happenings in the Ohio Outdoors World
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Whether they registered as seismic or not, some tremors on Ohio’s 2021 outdoors landscape might’ve shaken inquiring minds to attention. The Ohio Division of Wildlife’s decision to reduce the daily limit of yellow perch to 10 along a large stretch of the state’s Lake Erie shoreline was one temblor. The choice to pare the 2022 spring turkey limit to a single bird was another.
 

Benelli Nova: Excellent Budget Pump-Action Hunting Shotgun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“Benelli Nova? Great gun, love that gun. I have several,” remarked one of the guides offhandedly on a recent goose hunt. In a blind filled with enviable Beretta semi-auto shotguns and a 10-gauge Browning I’d love to have in my own safe, the affordable pump-action Nova proved to be a fine field companion and effective hunting shotgun.
 

AEA Zeus Review: The Most Powerful Air Rifle
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In recent years, many new hunting opportunities have emerged for airgunners, and big bore airguns, like the AEA Zeus, are a central part of that growth. When airguns started to gain traction in the early 2000s, most airgun hunters were using standard caliber guns for small game and pest control. But with time and the introduction of PCP technology, more powerful guns and larger calibers started to turn up. They continued to evolve until we reached the pinnacle of production air gun power in the .72 caliber beast that is the AEA Zeus. For this air rifle review, I tested the Zeus for accuracy at the range and got to see first hand how it performed on animals.
 

AccuTip-V Ammo: AccuTip-V Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The AccuTip-V is Remington’s premier line of varmint control ammunition. Featuring a plastic polymer tip, thin jacket and swaged lead core, the result is amazing accuracy and a flat trajectory with high velocity. When this bullet impacts a target, it expands explosively – creating a kill shot almost every time. So if you live in an area full of coyotes, rabbits, gophers or any other creature that’s making your life rough, this type of ammo is going to be your best friend.
 

3 Amazing and Collectible Colt Snake Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Colt’s “snake guns” have long held a special place in the American revolver market. In a 50-year stretch starting in the 1950s, Colt rolled out various snake-themed revolvers such as the Cobra, Python, Diamondback, Viper, BOA, King Cobra, and Anaconda. Despite varying degrees of market success, they all offered revolver lovers the finery of high levels of American craftsmanship. They’ve also become highly sought-after collectibles.
 

Report: Florida on Track to Become 22nd Constitutional Carry State
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A report by the South Florida Sun Sentinel suggests Florida is on track to become the 22nd constitutional carry state.

Constitutional carry is a “priority” for the Republican-led Florida legislature, the Sentinel reported.
 

AK: Bare Shelves, Hoarding and Price Gouging: How a Prolonged Ammunition Shortage is Changing Alaska’s Gun Culture
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Kyle Cahill grew up with guns.

“I’ve been shooting since I was 8,” said the 39-year-old Palmer resident.

Raised in Alaska, Cahill is an avid hunter. He served for years in the military and is now part of the state’s Air National Guard. He views it as a part of that service to stay proficient with firearms, something he calls “a perishable skill.”

But that’s gotten harder recently. Alaska, like much of the country, is in the midst of a drastic ammunition shortage. Though the shortage has eased slightly in the past few months, nearly every kind of cartridge is harder to come by than it was before the pandemic hit in 2020. If you can find them at all.
 

Editor Fired by New York Times over Alleged Vulgar Voicemails to Gun Rights Group
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Editor Erin Marquis was fired by the New York Times Friday over vulgar voicemails she allegedly left for a gun rights organization following the November 30, 2021, Oxford High School shooting.

Marquis was an editor for NYT’s Wirecutter website.
 

New York Aims Big on Gun Control — and Misses, Again
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In hunting, there is an old adage: “aim small, miss small.” The point is that, if you want to hit a target, aim for a small part rather than the whole target. It is often the difference between a total miss and a marginal hit. In the area of Second Amendment law, the most promising legislative measures are the ones that aim small on the edges of the constitutionally-based right — the strategy used by abortion opponents. The problem is that politicians rarely want to aim small when they are trying to score big with voters.
 

Gun Range Offers Virtual Option with Focus on Fundamentals
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Eugene Rossi doesn’t remember the exact moment that spurred his interest in guns and gun safety. It could have happened in a variety of ways. His father took him hunting. “He was always one for safety,” Rossi said. As a kid he remembered plinking objects at carnivals and fairs with a cork gun. “And, I always won,” he said, smiling under his camouflage U.S. Army hat.
 

IN: DNR Raising Fees for Hunting, Fishing, Trapping Licenses
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For the first time since 2006, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Fish and Wildlife is raising fees on hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses. The fees on commercial licenses will also increase, some for the first time since the 1980s.
 

MN: 80-year-old Bemidji Bow Hunter's Latest Elk Fills the Freezer Again
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Evie Johnson, 80, has been bow hunting big game for some 38 years. On Sept. 5, Evie harvested her ninth bull elk with a clean shot from her tree stand in northeastern Utah. The big boy yielded 195 pounds of meat, so much that Evie and husband Ken had to buy a new freezer.
 

A Flawed Case Against Black Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Carol Anderson claims the Second Amendment is rooted in the goal of suppressing slave insurrections and therefore is irredeemably racist. Yes, racism has infected other constitutional provisions. But for the Second Amendment, Anderson argues in The Second: Race and Guns in a Fatally Unequal America, the affliction is incurable.
 

Law Prof Suggests Rewrites of First and Second Amendments That Do not Mention Free Press or Bearing Arms
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A professor at the University of Miami School of Law has penned a proposal for a "redo" of the First and Second Amendments in a Boston Globe op-ed. Mary Anne Franks, the Michael R. Klein Distinguished Scholar Chair at the university, wrote that the first two amendments, which include the rights to free speech, religion and bearing arms, "inspire religious-like fervor in many Americans" and that both are "deeply flawed in their respective conceptualizations."
 

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