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Ruger Claus! The Marlin M1895 Has Been Released
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Ruger on Monday made good on its promise to start making new Marlin rifles before the year was out, releasing the M1895 Stainless Big Loop variant to the market. The company, which purchased the historic Marlin Firearms assets for $30 million during Remington Outdoors' federal bankruptcy auction last summer, has been teasing the return of the familiar line under new management. Christopher Killoy, Ruger's CEO and president, this October said the company will begin deliveries of the Marlin Model 1895 in December and, true to form, Ruger showed off the first production model shortly after.
 

Savage is Making Pistols Again: Meet the Stance
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Savage Arms on Monday lifted the curtain on a new series of 9mm pistols, the 14 handguns of the Stance line. The guns, polymer-framed striker-fired micro-compacts intended for carry and self-defense, use a serialized chassis that allows it to easily swap across a range of various grip frames with black, gray, and FDE modules available at launch, all with interchangeable backstraps to adjust grip size. The Stance has a 3.2-inch stainless-steel barrel, making it just slightly shorter than the Glock 43 and more akin in size to the FN 503 and Sig P365 in that metric. The new Savage pistols have 7, 8, and 10-round magazine options.
 

Tracing Spurious Claims
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Since leading anti-gun researchers acknowledged no connection between the 2020 surge in firearms sales and violence, unscrupulous anti-gun advocates must cite underwhelming statistics as meaningful evidence.
That’s what The Trace did, in an article written in collaboration with FiveThirtyEight. We’d expect a more sophisticated analysis from FiveThirtyEight, but this is what Nate Silver’s outfit gave the world:

“New Data Suggests a Connection Between Pandemic Gun Sales and Increased Violence.”
 

The New Marlin 1895 SBL .45/70 Rifle Is the Best Lever-Action in the Company’s History
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Marlin 1895 SBL in .45/70 Gov’t is the first rifle out of the gates since Marlin was acquired by Ruger, and after using one for the last several weeks and taking it hunting, I am breathing a huge sigh of relief. Ruger has done right by the beloved brand. And not only has Ruger rescued Marlin from the wreckage of the Remington bankruptcy but based on what I’ve seen so far, it is making the best lever-actions in Marlin’s history. Put simply, Ruger has successfully reincarnated Marlin as a modern gun company.
 

A Beginner’s Guide to Force on Force Part 2: Rifles
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In this second article on how to gear up and run your own Force on Force (FoF) recreational or training activities, we’re going to talk about rifle platforms — the options out there, how they work, and what to expect before you purchase/use one.
 

Smoking is Very Bad for You
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If you care enough to spend your hard-earned money on such a rarefied tome as this magazine, you obviously have given at least some thought to the concept of self-reliance and personal defense. We fret endlessly over carry gear, sighting systems and, stopping power. To be prepared for a defensive encounter, it behooves us also to invest a little thought in maintaining this remarkable human machine.
 

Brass-Cased Ammo: Brass Casings Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Brass-cased cartridges are the most popular type of ammunition on the market today due to durability, corrosion resistance and ease of reloading. Introduced in 1846 by French gunsmith Benjamin Houllier, the first brass-cased cartridge used a pinfire ignition system that was quickly improved upon. By the 1900s, brass-cased centerfire cartridges – such as the .44 Henry, .45 Colt and .45-70 – had established their place in firearms history.
 

New For 2022: Savage Arms Stance Micro-Compact Handgun Line
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Savage Arms announced a new line of handguns made specifically for concealed carry and self defense, the Stance. As the first line of purpose-built compact pistols made by the company in more than a century, the Stance is a micro-compact, polymer-frame, striker-fired handgun line chambered in 9 mm and offered with several features right out of the gate.
 

Dumbest Ways We Train with Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I don’t know whether it comes from watching too many videos online, too much TV or too much pontificating by trainers who have never actually pointed a gun at someone with the thought that they were really going to have to pull the trigger. Regardless of the reason, we do some things when we train that could be considered nonsensical or even stupid. These are things that sound good on the range and may even look good on paper, but in reality, they just don’t hold up to practical scrutiny.
 

What Questions Should Second Amendment Supporters Ask Candidates For State Offices?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Second Amendment supporters should be familiar with the federalist structure that was established by the Constitution. In many ways, it has proven to be a very robust bulwark to protect our Second Amendment rights. Yes, the situation may suck in some of them, but the damage has been limited compared to what happened to gun owners in places like England, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
 

More States Get Rid of Requiring Concealed Weapons Licenses; Florida Could be Next
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Florida could become the next state in a growing number that allows people to carry their guns, openly or concealed, without requiring a permit. Gun owners who now carry hidden under their clothes would be able to walk freely into coffee shops, grocery stores and other public places with their weapons visible.
 

A National ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Makes Sense for America
Submitted by: David Williamson
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There are few laws more misunderstood than “Stand Your Ground” – especially Florida’s current version. Stand Your Ground has become an anti-gun fundraising issue, something they’ve made synonymous with the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin – even though George Zimmerman never invoked the statute.
 

Why You Should Practice with a Handgun at Distance
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While the vast majority of defensive gun uses occur at close range, practicing at distance is an important skill for all shooters to develop. This strikes at the heartstrings for many, because as humans we typically do things to avoid pain or discomfort. Shooting at distance can be painful on our egos. It can shatter our perception of actual skill. This is even more reason to take up practicing at moderate distances. I say moderate because we don’t need to go too far down the rabbit hole.
 

MO: Missouri Legislature Considers Bills Allowing Guns in Colleges and Restricting Teaching About Racism
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Missouri legislators have pre-filed bills tweaking state financial aid programs, allowing concealed carry weapons on campuses, and prohibiting transgender women from playing on female sports teams.
 

A Christmas Story: The Lesson of the Shattered Nipple
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The box under the tree was wrapped in colorful paper and shaped in such a long and slender way that inside, there could’ve only been a boat paddle or a rifle. It was 1991, I was 9 years old, and one heft of the box told me it was too heavy to be a paddle. But instead of the .22 I was expecting, I unwrapped a sidelock .50-caliber muzzleloader. “I wanted to get you something you could deer hunt with,” Dad said. “And I thought you might learn something with a gun like this, too.”
 

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