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CA: California Gun-Control Battles Sparked by One Judge’s Decisions
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Second Amendment advocates and California Democrats are squaring off in a series of fights that began in the courtroom of a single San Diego judge and could ultimately alter the national debate over gun control. Opponents of firearms regulations have steered a string of cases to U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez and he has struck down three major California gun laws, including the state’s assault-weapons ban earlier this month. He previously overturned a ban on magazines that hold more than 10 rounds in 2019, and mandatory background checks for ammunition purchases in 2020.
 

History of 300 Win Short Magnum Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In 2001, as part of a group of short magnum cartridges released in the early years of the new millennium, Winchester released the first of its Short Magnums – the .300 Winchester Short Magnum, commonly referred to as .300 Win Short Mag or .300 WSM. Designed for American hunters, the ammunition used a standard .300 caliber bullet, but the .300 WSM appeared like a short, stubby-looking round compared to its .300 caliber siblings.
 

Ammo, Inc. Sets Fiscal 2021 Earnings Call
Submitted by: David Williamson
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AMMO, Inc. (Nasdaq: POWW) (“AMMO” or the “Company”), a premier American ammunition and munition components manufacturer and technology leader, is pleased to be hosting an earnings conference call on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. EDT. The Company is also confirming 2021 Fiscal Year revenue guidance of $62 million, representing year-over-year projected revenue growth of 319%.
 

The Coming NFA Threat To The Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A series of recent court rulings have held promise or overturing onerous infringements on our Second Amendment rights. If the rulings of Judge Roger Benitez are upheld, standard capacity magazine bans and semiauto bans could be a thing of the past. That’s a good thing.
 

Ninth Circuit To Hear Oral Argument In NRA-Backed Challenge to California’s Magazine Ban
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Tuesday, June 22nd, attorneys from the law firm Kirkland & Ellis will argue that California’s ban on standard-capacity magazines violates the Second Amendment before an 11-judge, en-banc panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in an NRA-backed case. Our attorneys have already successfully argued this case before a three-judge panel that struck the ban last summer. Then California requested and was granted a re-hearing before an en-banc panel of the Ninth Circuit. This action vacated the previous decision.
 

Senate Republicans: Newly Proposed ATF Rules Could Pave Way for National Gun Registry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A group of Senate Republicans on Monday sent a letter to the acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to raise concerns that two of the agency's recently proposed gun rules could set the foundation for a national gun registry. One of the regulations, referred to as Proposed Rule 2021R-05, requires that licensed manufacturers and importers maintain permanent records of production or importation of firearms, in addition to receipts, proof of sales and other means of distribution, among other initiatives.
 

Smith & Wesson CEO: The Ammo Shortage Will Continue
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A firearms market research report released late last month found that about 80 percent of American customers experienced difficulty finding ammunition in 2020. “In 2020, four out of five consumers encountered out-of-stock issues while trying to purchase ammunition, while three-quarters encountered out-of-stock situations so far in 2021,” Fox Business reports about a survey done by industry research firm Southwick Associates.
 

IL: Chicago Police Report Nearly 200 More Shootings So Far In 2021 Than Same Time In 2020
Submitted by: David Williamson
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So far this year there have been nearly 200 more shootings in Chicago than there were by summer of last year. But there was a small dip in crime over the Father’s Day weekend. This weekend 65 people were shot, which is down from 89 the same weekend last year. Chicago had 10 murders, down from 17. And police confiscated 172 guns over the weekend — more than a 100% increase.
 

Winchester Model 42
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I’ve always felt starting a novice shotgunner with a .410 borders on child abuse. A .410 should properly be viewed as the reward for finally having learned a thing or two about wingshooting over the course of many seasons. Getting hooked on a .410 is something that generally happens once you’re fairly well along in years, at least in my case. I’d been a “12 or 20 guy” all my life but once I began to show symptoms of Acute .410 Infatuation, concerned friends attempted an intervention, advising me to go to a 28 instead. “It’s a real gun,” they told me. “Anyway, what do you want with a bore-size measured in caliber instead of gauge?”
 

MI: Flushing wins skeet shooting state championship
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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It was championship weekend for three Flint-area schools.

Grand Blanc’s baseball team and Owosso’s softball team both won their first state championships Saturday while Flushing won its second skeet championship seven seasons.

The Raiders hit 286 of 300 targets in the championship round to nip Rockford by two at Detroit Gun Club.

Each team breaks its roster down into squads of three, each shooter gets 100 targets and whichever three-person squad hits the most targets is crowned the champion.

Dylan Dick, Dalton Summerfield and Rebekah Peck shot for Flushing in the championship round.

“We looked good through the season,” said coach Marty Coe, who started Flushing’s skeet shooting program in 2014.
 

Juneteenth Celebrations Around the Nation Marred by Shootings, Death
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Juneteenth celebrations in Oakland, California; Aurora, Colorado; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Clover, South Carolina; and Flint, Michigan, were marred by shootings and death.

ABC News reports that Oakland’s Juneteenth celebration at Lake Merritt was interrupted by gunfire at 6:22 p.m. When the shots ended, seven shooting victims were discovered, included a 22-year-old man who was killed in the incident.
 

Joe Biden Is Quickly Becoming Quite the Salesman, But for Something He Hates
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Joe Biden and the Democrats have fired across the bow on gun control again. They're coming after Americans' private property. They want to shred the Second Amendment. This is nothing new. How they do a test run in this has taken a bit of an overhaul. After failing to convince the public to expand background checks, ban so-called high-capacity magazines, and reinstate the "assault weapons" ban (stupid term), the Left took its fight to the local level. And they've had success.
 

Dude, the 6.5 Creedmoor Sucks!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s not your fault if you hate the 6.5 Creedmoor. Anything as popular as the Creed is going to have its fanboys so annoyingly over the moon that they ruin it for anyone with a healthy contrarian bent. There’s nothing wrong with getting pumped up about something, but when the hysteria reaches Frosty-the-Snowman levels, you’ve got to draw the line. Six-five fanboys think there must be some magic in their favorite cartridge. Well, take it from me: I’m a gun writer, and gun writers don’t believe in magic. We believe in ballistics. So, if you’re tempted to say, “Dude, the 6.5 Creedmoor sucks!,” here’s the best way to back that up, based on facts.
 

Dude, the 6.5 Creedmoor Sucks!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s not your fault if you hate the 6.5 Creedmoor. Anything as popular as the Creed is going to have its fanboys so annoyingly over the moon that they ruin it for anyone with a healthy contrarian bent. There’s nothing wrong with getting pumped up about something, but when the hysteria reaches Frosty-the-Snowman levels, you’ve got to draw the line. Six-five fanboys think there must be some magic in their favorite cartridge. Well, take it from me: I’m a gun writer, and gun writers don’t believe in magic. We believe in ballistics. So, if you’re tempted to say, “Dude, the 6.5 Creedmoor sucks!,” here’s the best way to back that up, based on facts.
 

Will Louisiana Follow Texas and Pass Constitutional Carry?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Last week, Texas became the 21st state to enact Constitutional Carry after Governor Greg Abbott signed TX House Bill 1927. The Governor’s signature also signaled the defeat of anti-gun groups who mounted increased calls to the Texas legislature and Governor, calling for the bill’s demise.
 

The Right to Bear Arms Does not Extend to Black People
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Conservatives have a special purgatory for uppity black women who dare question America’s founding myths. New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones — her Pulitzer Prize-winning “1619 Project” centralized slavery in America’s origin story, a heresy that inspired laws banning her work from classrooms — now lives there. And she’s about to have company.
 

America’s Most Politically Incorrect Scholarship Contest
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In this strange situation we find ourselves in as a nation today, a scholarship contest for high school seniors in three states might just be the most politically incorrect—and refreshingly patriotic—activity we’ve come across in a long while. That’s no surprise to those who know about Frontier Justice, a family-owned company that owns and operates three family oriented gun ranges in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. After all, the company’s motto is faith, family and firearms.
 

Arizona Proclamation Points Out Senator Kelly's Glaring Conflict With Biden's ATF Nominee
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Republican lawmakers in Arizona are calling on Democrat U.S. Senator Mark Kelly, who represents the Grand Canyon State, to recuse himself from an upcoming confirmation vote for ATF director nominee David Chipman. "David Chipman currently works as a Senior Policy Advisor at Giffords, a gun control pressure group, founded by U.S. Senator Mark Kelly and his wife, former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, to aggressively advocate for radical action, including a ban on commonly owned semi-automatic rifles and the imposition of ruinous legal liability on firearm-related companies," an official proclamation, sponsored by Arizona State Representative Quang Nguyen, states. "

 

WY: Leftover Draw Offers Second Chance at a Hunting License
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Even though the application deadlines for limited-quota elk, deer and pronghorn licenses have passed, that doesn’t mean you can’t still hunt this fall. Residents and nonresidents still have a chance to hunt these species by getting licenses through the leftover draw. The application period for the leftover draw is only five days, opening today, June 21st through June 25th.

 

ME: You no Longer Need to Hunt With a Surpressor in Maine
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Maine has done away with the permitting process to hunt with a suppressor. Hunting seasons may be a little quieter around the Maine woods. A proposal to end the permitting process to use a suppressor, or "noise suppressing device," while hunting passed in the Maine legislature. The repeal of the law was approved by Maine Gov. Janet Mills, June 8.
 

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