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New Zealand Proposes Tougher Gun Laws Because Gun Ownership Is a “Privilege, Not a Right”
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The victims of the March mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, had hardly been buried when gun-grabbing politicians rammed through stricter firearms laws. Now they’re at it again, aiming to “enshrine in law that owning a firearm is a privilege and comes with an obligation to demonstrate a high level of safety and responsibility,” in the words of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
 

WA: Gun Novices Can Learn the Basics in a Free Tri-Cities Class
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Registration has opened for a free introduction to firearms class organized by Griggs Department Store in Pasco and the Tri-Cities Metallic Silhouette Association. The Aug. 3 class will cover safe handling of firearms, the different parts of firearms and sights, and the different types of firearms, such as pistols, rifles and shotguns.
 

OH: Backers of Gun Background Checks Get OK to Seek Signatures
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A gun safety group hoping to change state law to require background checks on virtually all guns sales has received state approval to start collecting petition signatures. The bipartisan Ohio Ballot Board unanimously voted Monday that the proposal to close loopholes in background checks on gun sales doesn't contain more than a single subject. That certification was necessary before Ohioans For Gun Safety could begin gathering the required 132,887 signatures from registered voters in at least half of Ohio's 88 counties.
 

Shoot Out! Guardian Writer Calls for Gun-Free Video Games
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Liberal journalists want to abolish the 2nd Amendment on all platforms, not just in reality. Video games correspondent Keith Stuart of The Guardian wrote an unintentionally hilarious opinion piece for Medium about how the game industry needs less gunplay. He wrote that in a “time of enormous uncertainty, widespread gun violence, and climate crisis, maybe it’s time for a new era of mainstream games that provide an escape from conflict, rather than reveling in it.”
 

Firearms Study Forgets Differences Exist Between Toddlers And 21 Year Olds
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Through a series of deliberately terrible study design choices, the authors conclude that there are fewer children dying from firearm-related causes in states with more gun control laws.
 

NC: Higher NC Hunting, Fishing License Fees have Support at Legislature
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The price of hunting and fishing licenses would go up under legislation moving forward at the General Assembly. House Bill 597 boosts fees for 17 licenses and permits, including some of the most popular ones. It also creates 10 new licenses, permits or certifications, mostly for niche activities, including hunting with a falcon.
 

Dueling Philosophies Going Grassroots on Gun Rights v. Gun Control
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The latest in its unceasing appeals for $5 donations (or more) from the billionaire-backed, Seattle-based Alliance for Gun Responsibility reveals that the gun prohibition lobbying group has evidently realized that all politics is local, or perhaps someone read the Vancouver Columbian story about two pro-rights candidates running for spots on the Battle Ground City Council.
 

Kamala Harris: President Needs ‘Courage’ to Embrace Failed Gun Control Policies
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Democrat presidential hopeful Kamala Harris is bemoaning what she sees as President Trump’s lack of courage to push failed gun control policies. Harris has two specific policies in mind–universal background checks and an “assault weapons” ban–both of which have been on the books in California for decades and neither of which have prevented the numerous high profile shootings witnessed there.
 

Despite Agency Abuse, FL Concealed Carry License Holders Number Over 2 Million
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The media is reporting that Florida is leading the nation and has now become the first state to have 2 million active concealed carry license holders. This is despite the irregularities and allegations of unlawful activities in the Commissioner of Agriculture's office that slow and delay the issuance of licenses.
 

IA: County Attorney Rules Fatal Shooting of Home Invader Justified
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The Woodbury County Attorney has ruled a Sioux City man who fatally shot an intruder in April justifiably acted in self-defense. The ruling states that the occupant of the home, 29-year-old Travis Gutierrez, justifiably used deadly force when he shot 19-year-old Jose Montanez. Police say Montanez broke windows to gain entry to the home and began damaging the inside of the house. Gutierrez confronted Montanez and asked him to leave.
 

HI: Attorney General Joins States Supporting Ban on Large-Capacity Magazines
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Hawaiʻi Attorney General Clare E. Connors today joined a group of 18 state Attorneys General to defend California’s ban on large-capacity magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. In a friend-of-the-court brief filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Connors and her counterparts argue that “states have the right to enact reasonable firearm restrictions that protect public safety and reduce the prevalence and lethality of gun violence.”
 

Criteria for Picking an AR Electronic Optic
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Perhaps you are building a basic (or even an advanced) accessorized AR-15 for general use, or more precision tasks. You have acquired the best AR specimen for your uses from a crowded field of models and variations to choose. That alone is not a particularly simple task. Your new field rifle, everyday vehicle carry (EDVC) rifle, hunting AR, self-defense, or property protection rifle is ready for you to finish off the final detail work. It likely has a section of picatinny rail on top, an M-Lok or KeyMod forend for adding essential accessories.
 

WV: AG Mark Herring Defends Ability of States to Ban High-Capacity Magazines to Protect Public Safety
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Attorney General Mark R. Herring today joined a group of 18 state attorneys general to defend the ability of states like Virginia to enact reasonable gun safety laws that protect public safety and reduce the prevalence and lethality of gun violence. Virginia and partner states filed an amicus brief in the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Duncan v. Becerra, a lawsuit filed by California gun owners and an NRA affiliate challenging California’s ban on high-capacity magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
 

Trump Pledges to Protect the Second Amendment & Teen Students Go Wild ~ VIDEO
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On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 President Donald Trump was delivering a speech at the Turning Point USA summit in Washington, DC to over 1000 conservative teen students when something unexpected happened that the bias mainstream media will never report.
 

Standing Guard | Fighting Back To Save Our Liberty
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I am so proud of the members of our great Association. I’m proud of your patriotism and independent spirit, your love of country, and your enduring sense of duty to fight for your beliefs and your freedom. That is really what the NRA is all about—freedom. In fact, the past four decades have witnessed the greatest defense, and expansion, ever of Second Amendment freedom for all law-abiding Americans.
 

D.C. “Shall-Issue”: Two Years of Freedom in Our Nation’s Capital
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In late July 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion that effectively made D.C. issue concealed-carry permits on a “shall-issue” basis. Thanks to that ruling, and the District’s reluctance to take the case to the Supreme Court, thousands of law-abiding Americans are now able to exercise their right to bear arms in our nation’s capital.
 

Why I Don't Vote for Democrats
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Last week, a friend of mine offered that he thought that I was so ideologically bound to classical liberalism (i.e., conservativism) that I would never vote for a Democrat. Because he meant it as an insult — as in "you are so invested in your ideology that you can't even hear another side" — it bothered me, and that caused me to think about why I oppose progressive Democrats.
 

OR: Oregon Governor Signs Bill to Keep Guns from Stalkers and Abusers
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Oregon will close a loophole in state law that allowed domestic abusers to illegally hold on to their firearms. Gov. Kate Brown signed a measure Tuesday that threatens further penalties to domestic abusers who refuse to turn over their firearms following a court order.
 

TN: Few Change for Tennessese's Hunting Season
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Where Scott County hunters are concerned, there will be few changes to Tennessee’s 2019-2020 hunting seasons. Scott and all surrounding counties will remain in Unit B for deer management purposes, with bag limits remaining the same as last year. Counties in Unit B include: Anderson, Bledsoe, Campbell, Claiborne, Clay, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Grundy, Hancock, Jackson, Morgan, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Scott, Sequatchie, Van Buren, Warren and White.
 

History of Tula Ammo
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Tsar Alexander II approved the start of operations for the Tula Ammunition plant in 1880, in Tula, Russia. It is not widely known that private funds were used to establish the Tula plant and its sister plant in Ulyanovsk.
 

GA: Deputies: Guns Stolen Out of Unlocked Vehicles in Multiple North Macon Entering Autos
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Bibb County deputies said two recent entering autos in north Macon have resulted in firearms getting stolen out of unlocked vehicles. A sheriff's report said in the first incident, a pistol was stolen out an unlocked truck parked in front of a home on Troon Way, sometime between last Wednesday and Friday.
 

MI: Grand Rapids Police have Taken 106 ‘Imitation Firearms’ in 19 Months
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City officials are attempting to strengthen Grand Rapids’ gun ordinance as it relates to replica firearms at a time when police officers are regularly encountering them. BB guns and replica firearms have created challenges for local police in evaluating the fake from the real guns.
 

Air Ordnance SMG-22
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of my first automatic weapons was an M16. Don’t hate me for it, but back in 1987 I bought the stripped transferable full-auto receiver for $600. The new machinegun ban had not yet seen its first birthday so the prices for transferable MGs had not yet gone insane. The same gun costs 20-grand today.
 

AR: Daisy Airgun Museum
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The small and excellent Daisy Airgun Museum tells the story of America's most iconic manufacturer of air guns, including the famed Red Ryder, the most common first gun for many generations of American children. The museum is located in the center of Rogers, Arkansas, about a mile south of Daisy's manufacturing facility in the same city. Admission is only two dollars, and exhibits can be thoroughly examined in about an hour. The gift shop offers Daisy airguns at bargain prices, including remanufactured basic models as low of $15.
 

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