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History of 308 Winchester Ammo
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In 1952, the .308 Winchester was released for the iconic Winchester Model 70 bolt action rifle. This rimless and bottleneck-style cartridge was based on the 7.62x51mm NATO, and was released to the public two years before NATO adopted the 7.62x51mm.
 

Trump Reiterates Strong 2A Defense During CPAC Address
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Former President Donald Trump reminded a fired-up audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference why he had the support of gun rights activists across the country when he said “Trumpism” includes defense of the Second Amendment.

“Trumpism means strong borders,” the former president said. “It means law enforcement. It means very strong protection for the Second Amendment.”
 

NSSF: ‘Charleston Loophole’ Gun Control Could Come Next Week
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) warns that gun control targeting the so-called “Charleston Loophole” could be before Congress for a vote as early as next week. The NSSF told Breitbart News the bill, the Enhanced Background Check Act of 2021, is sponsored by House Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) and “could be on the floor as early as next week, bypassing House Judiciary altogether.”
 

The New Keltec P50 Has a 50+1-Round Capacity
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In a company tradition of making guns that look like they stepped out of an 80s sci-fi movie yet are strangely appealing, and even kind of practical, KelTec is celebrating it's 30th anniversary by releasing one of the wildest pistols on the market. They somehow managed to outdo last year's CP33 pistol release in terms of capacity.
 

NRA Warns Members Joe Biden ‘Extreme Gun Control’ Measures Coming
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The NRA is citing “DC sources” and warning that Congress could take up President Joe Biden’s gun control proposals as early as next week.
 

IA: Iowa- Committee Hearing Self-Defense Package Tomorrow
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Today, the House Public Safety Subcommittee voted 2-1 to advance House Study Bill 254, which greatly improves self-defense in Iowa. The full House Public Safety Committee will hear HSB 254 tomorrow. Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT HSB 254.

House Study Bill 254 allows a law-abiding adult to carry a concealed firearm, without first needing to obtain government permission. This ensures that citizens have their right to self-defense without government red tape or delays.
 

CA: California Magazine Ban Heads Back to Court
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The long-running saga of the court case involving California’s on-again, off-again magazine ban has taken another twist. Many America’s 1st Freedom readers likely remember that last August, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed in Duncan v. Becerra that the restriction on firearms magazines holding more than 10 rounds violated the Second Amendment.
 

IA: Iowa House panel backs elimination of gun permits
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Legislation to ease some gun restrictions and make Iowa the 19th state to adopt a permit-less constitutional carry approach drew cheers Monday from advocates as striking a blow for freedom, while critics called it an effort to unravel Iowa’s gun safety laws. House Study Bill 254, which cleared a House Public Safety subcommittee by a 2-1 vote, would eliminate the need for Iowans age 21 or older to obtain a government permit to acquire or carry a firearm.
 

The Complete Guide to AR-15 Cartridges
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Throughout history, several firearms have become inexorably linked to a single cartridge. Colt’s 1911 will always be associated with the .45 ACP. When you think of lever-actions, you think of the .30-30 Win. And, the AR-15 is forever tethered to the .223 Rem./5.56 NATO. Of course, that isn’t exactly correct, is it? Today, you can get 1911s and lever guns chambered for a variety of cartridges. The same holds true for the AR-15. But, is there a “best cartridge” for what has become known as the modern sporting rifle (MSR)? The answer is complicated.
 

The Second Amendment assumes a moral people
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When the Framers put the Bill of Rights into place, they did so assuming that Americans were a fundamentally moral people. John Adams stated that explicitly, saying, “Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” One element of this assumption was that the people could be trusted with firearms. Now, though, those in charge of the government presumptively assess Americans as immoral and untrustworthy.
 

March for Our Lives Issues Biden His Marching Orders
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It’s widely understood that the current occupants of the White House, the Biden-Harris Administration, have positioned themselves as the most anti-gun team this country has ever seen on Pennsylvania Avenue. Leading up to the 2020 election, NRA made abundantly clear the threats these two presented to law-abiding gun owners, and both the President and Vice President spelled out how deeply opposed they each are to the fundamental right to purchase, possess, and carry firearms for personal protection.
 

Below The Radar – LEAD Act
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Attacks on our right to keep and bear arms don’t just take the form of gun bans or universal background checks. If anything, anti-Second Amendment extremists have always been scheming to find ways to make it harder to exercise our rights, and some of them are quite diabolical in the way many Second Amendment supporters do not see them coming.
 

Top 8 New Hunting Guns Under $800
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There’s plenty to celebrate with the arrival of 2021, not the least of which is a new crop of affordable hunting guns. This year’s class of budget-friendly firearms for the field includes a broad range of products: basic over/under and stylish pump shotguns, suppressor-ready rifles, even a single-shot turkey gun that comes with an optic for less than $250. There’s no better place to escape the noise and chaos of the modern world than the deep woods, and these guns allow you to enjoy a lot of time outdoors without spending a lot of cash.
 

How to Zero a Suppressed Rifle
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Suppressors are more popular than ever for hunting (where legal) in the U.S. They tame the volume from the blast of rifles, making guns safe to shoot without hearing protection. They also reduce recoil. There is a fantastic variety of suppressors and attachment systems on the market, with options for just about every caliber imaginable. For a new user, there is one key thing to understand before heading afield, and that is that a suppressor will change your rifle’s point of impact. If you attach your new suppressor and head afield to hunt, you stand a good chance of missing or wounding the animal you are after.
 

The 10 Best New Rifles for 2021
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This is a strange year for new rifle introductions. Most gun manufactures are hustling to fill back orders. Many consumers rightly wonder, Why would I buy a new gun when I can’t get ammo for it? And yet, guns of all types continue to fly off the shelves. Even amid the chaos, there are some exciting new hunting rifle introductions this year. We have an American-made straight pull rifle and an iconic gun maker introducing its first bolt-action rifle. These 10 best new rifles, which are not listed in any particular order, deserve a look even during a very odd year.
 

The Armed Citizen
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A man defended himself at a gas station in Loris, S.C., from an armed assailant on the afternoon of Feb. 11, 2021. The man was involved in a road-rage incident while driving, and the other truck followed him to a gas station. Around 5:30 p.m. that Thursday, the man parked his truck at a pump, while the other truck pulled in behind. The driver of the other truck got out with a knife in hand and approached the driver-side door of the man's truck. The attacking driver then opened the door of the truck with the man still inside.
 

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