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History of Aguila Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Established by Industrias Tecnos in 1961, Aguila Ammunition manufactures firearms cartridges in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, commonly known as the City of Eternal Spring for its gorgeous climate. In fact, prior to the arrival of the Spanish, this was where the Aztec ruling class made their home during the dog days of summer. Aguila develops ammo for self defense, sport shooting, hunting, law enforcement and military use, and has become one of the largest rimfire manufacturers in the world. They’re also known for their sponsorship of the Aguila Cup shooting event, a multi-discipline shooting sports tournament.
 

How to Site in a Handgun Optic
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Sighting in a handgun is pretty straightforward, but it can be a bit intimidating for new gun owners. Additionally, it's an essential step for any gun that will be used as a self-defense weapon, concealed-carry EDC, or home-defense gun.
 

Have NW ‘Progressives’ About Worn Out Their Welcome?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Portland, Oregonian is reporting that the city has recorded 20 homicides so far this year, while demonstrators tried to set fire to the Federal Courthouse Thursday night.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, the newspaper said, will “seek $2 million in one-time funding to allow more proactive policing on city streets with greater civilian oversight to try to stem a growing wave of gun violence.”
 

Dianne Feinstein Cites ‘Domestic Terrorism’ Concerns in Push to Ban AR-15s
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is citing “domestic terrorism” concerns in her latest push to ban AR-15s and other commonly owned semiautomatic rifles. Breitbart News noted Feinstein’s new ban, the “Assault Weapons Ban of 2021,” was put forward Thursday with at least 34 Senate Democrat co-sponsors.
 

New Mexico: Anti-Trapping Measure Passes Senate, Will NOW Be Heard in House Committee on Sunday instead of Saturday!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Earlier this week, the New Mexico Senate passed Senate Bill 32, a measure to ban the use of traps or snares on public lands, on a 26-13 vote. The measure does exempt hunting with firearms and archery equipment, but many sportsmen and agricultural partners that are Second Amendment supporters are concerned about eliminating a traditional wildlife management tool, especially after the New Mexico Game Commission adopted and implemented new trapping regulations just a little over a year ago. These new regulations include mandatory education for anyone purchasing a trapping license and new setbacks, requiring a half-mile distance from designated trailheads, roadside rest areas, picnic areas, and public campgrounds or boat launches.
 

Smith & Wesson To Host First Virtual Event for Consumers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Smith & Wesson is hosting a free, direct-to-consumer virtual event on March 15, at 8 p.m. eastern standard time. The one-hour session provides enthusiasts with the opportunity to see the company’s latest introductions and much more, while honoring social-distancing precautions from the comfort of their home or office. Registration is required to attend Smith & Wesson’s first-ever virtual event. There is no charge.
 

Northam Signs Concealed Carry Training Bill, Effective Immediately
Submitted by: David Williamson
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March 11th, Governor Ralph Northam signed House Bill 2310. The measure allows individuals who completed online firearms training prior to January 1st, 2021, but were prohibited from appearing in person at their circuit court clerk’s office due to COVID restrictions, to apply for a concealed handgun permit through April 30th, 2021. This bill went into law immediately upon Gov. Northam’s signature. Individuals who previously contacted their clerk are eligible and should keep their documentation. Again, the provisions of this bill only apply through April 30th, 2021.
 

IL: Chicago Food Truck Owner Admits to Selling Guns from Eatery
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The owner of a Chicago food truck admitted Friday he illegally sold guns from his mobile eatery along with sandwiches piled high with salami, roast beef and turkey. Terry Ferguson, 56, of Willowbrook, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to narcotics and gun-trafficking charges that included the 2015 sale of two dozen guns from the back of his truck known as “Chicago’s finest Deli on Wheels.”
 

"Overwhelming Support" Allows CCRBKA to Extend "Save2A.US" TV Campaign
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Thanks to overwhelming public response, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is adding a third week to its national TV campaign to expose the threat posed to Second Amendment rights by H.R. 127, an egregious gun control measure introduced by Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
 

WI: Leftover Wisconsin Spring Turkey Permit Sales Begin
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The Department of Natural Resources will make 101,291 leftover turkey hunting authorizations available beginning Monday for the 2021 Wisconsin spring turkey hunting season. Tags will be available in each of the state’s turkey hunting zones except Zone 6, where all were issued during the initial drawing in December.
 

WY: Lawmakers: Letting Young Wyomingites Hunt Can Help Put More Meat in the Freezer
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Two proposed bills that enable younger Wyomingites to hunt, including those with terminal illnesses, have the support of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF). House Bill 115 (HB115) would allow 11-year-olds to hunt if they turn 12 within the calendar year. House Bill 84 (HB84), the Naomi Hunting Age Exemption Act, would allow the state’s Game and Fish Commission to waive the age restriction for children who are suffering from a terminal illness. The House Travel Committee has recommended both bills pass.
 

DE: Delaware Lawmakers Take Aim at 'Ghost Guns'
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lawmakers in Delaware have reintroduced legislation to outlaw homemade "ghost guns" that can't be traced by law enforcement agents because they don't have serial numbers or are fashioned from parts created with 3D printers. The measure introduced last week is similar to a bill that failed to get a floor vote last year. The legislation is supported by Gov. John Carney, who first proposed such a law in 2019.
 

Uticlips Unveils Utilink Modular Linking System
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Every so often you see a product that makes you stop and say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” For nearly six years, Ulticlip has been making its customers do just that. Best known for the Ulticlip, of which they’re named, the small strip of steel may not look like much, but it solves a common problem among gun owners, especially women, wanting to carry without the need for a belt.
 

TX: Texas House Committee to Hear Pro- & Anti-Gun Bills Thursday
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Thursday, March 18, the Texas House Committee on Homeland Security & Public Safety will hold a hearing at the Texas Capitol on the following NRA-opposed, and NRA-supported, bills. The HSPS committee will meet starting at 9:00am, in Room E2.030 of the Texas Capitol. You do not need a COVID test to enter the Capitol or to attend the hearing, but you may be asked to wear a mask (protocols may change at any time).
 

New for 2021: Smith & Wesson M648
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Smith & Wesson is poised to offer its Model 648 for 2021 with a revamped iteration of the original design first introduced in 1989. For 2021, the 648 will include stainless steel construction, eight-round capacity and chambered for .22 WMR.
 

Why Do Handguns Have Lightning Cuts on the Slide?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If you look at a picture of a car and it has tail fins, you know it was from the 1950s. If you look at a picture of home interiors and they’re full of shag carpet and avocado-hued appliances, you know they’re from the 1970s. Nowadays, if you look at a photo of a pistol and it looks like the slide lost a fight with a CNC machine, you know it’s from the end of the Twenty-Teens.
 

Democrats get the Gun Control they Voted For
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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Some of my friends are democrats. Many are gun owners. They call themselves “pro-gun” Democrats. I’m struggling to figure out what that means. So far, democrat politicians are keeping their promise to disarm honest gun owners.

This is the firearms prohibition that democrats across the country voted for. Unfortunately, this is only the beginning. There are many more gun-control bills to come.
 

AL: Alabama House Passes Bill to Allow Alabamians to Hunt Coyotes, Hogs at Night
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The Alabama House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation that would allow Alabamians to purchase a special permit from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to hunt for coyotes and wild hogs at night. “This is a conservation bill,” said state Rep. Danny Crawford, R-Athens, who is sponsoring House Bill 458.
 

MO: Annual Gun & Knife Show Caps off Final Day at the Civic Arena on Sunday
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The St. Joseph Gun & Knife Show capped off its final day of their spring appearance Sunday afternoon at the Civic Arena. The event, which takes place over the span of a weekend, brings together vendors, businesses and others from all across the country. Various guns, knives, ammunition, accessories, merchandise, hand-crafted products and more are what keeps a steady attendance. The gun and knife show is an annual tradition that happens twice a year: Once before the start of spring turkey hunting season and once before fall deer hunting season.
 

Century Arms Update on the AP5 9mm MP5 Clone ~VIDEO
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Late last year, Century arms unveiled their AP5 – a 9mm roller-delayed pistol bearing more than a passing resemblance to the HK MP5. Built in Turkey on Heckler and Koch machinery, many shooters were hoping that the days of affordable MP5s were back again – until they saw the street price.
 

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