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History of 25-06 Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In the early 1900s, Charles Newton earned acclaim as a designer of ammunition with his .22 Savage, .250-3000 Savage and many more cartridges bearing the Newton designation. He also held patents for many different designs of projectiles and firearm assemblies, including trigger groups.
 

MI: Detroit firearm advocate to provide free gun training to women
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Sonya Baker says she recently bought a 9mm handgun because she feels "women are a target."

"Some people think because we're women, we can't defend ourselves," the 40-year-old Warren resident said. "I wanted a gun because sometimes I'm out by myself and I want to feel safe."

Baker is among the millions of Americans who have purchased guns for the first time over the past two years. Sales of firearms and ammunition have been so frenzied since 2020 there's been a protracted ammo shortage, sending citizens and police officials in Michigan scrambling to find rounds.

 

Federal Appeals Court Victory for SAF in Pennsylvania Gun Range Case
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The Second Amendment Foundation is celebrating a victory in Pennsylvania involving a long-existing gun club in the Pittsburgh area, as a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has unanimously remanded the case back to the lower court for a second time. The case is known as Drummond v. Robinson Township.

At issue is an effort by officials in Robinson Township to write and enforce restrictive zoning laws against the 265-acre Greater Pittsburgh Gun Club, now operated by plaintiff William Drummond.
 

NM: State Lawmakers Push For Stronger Gun Legislation In Wake of Shooting
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In the wake of the tragic fatal school shooting that killed 13-year-old Bennie Hargrove at Washington Middle School last Friday, state lawmakers are once again pushing for a child access prevention law. The legislation would hold gun owners to a greater degree of responsibility for safely storing their guns to prevent access by a minor. More than half of U.S. states have a child access prevention law in place.
 

MA: Templeton Man Gets 21 Months for Making 'Ghost guns' Sold to Agents
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A Templeton man who admitted to making untraceable “ghost” guns, including an Uzi, that were sold around the Fitchburg area was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison Monday. John F. Shaw Jr., who admitted to making weapons another man sold to undercover agents, received a lesser sentence than the seller with the assent of prosecutors.
 

Barnaul’s New Subsonic 9 mm Load
Submitted by: David Williamson
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There’s a good reason why action shooters in Minor caliber divisions love the 9 mm round. The 125 Minor Power Factor allows light recoiling loads. Handloaders can launch a 124-grain bullet at 1,050 f.p.s. to provide a comfortable 130 PF. A 147-grain bullet at 880 f.p.s. makes 129 PF with softer, less snappy recoil than the 124-grain slugs. Unfortunately, those shooting factory loads miss out. Factory 9 mm loads have higher velocities and PFs will be in the 135 to 145 range. That’s more recoil than needed, and doesn’t aid match performance.
 

Smith & Wesson Announces Shotgun – The New M&P12
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Smith & Wesson‘s M&P series has seen significant success and tremendous expansion over the years. Although it’s best known for striker-fired handguns, including some of the market’s best-selling everyday carry/concealed carry-intended pistols along with some duty models, they’ve dabbled in some long guns as well. If you’re an adherent of the S&W brand and like the AR platform, they offer M&P rifles in 5.56mm NATO/.223 Remington, .22 Long Rifle, 7.62×51/.308 Winchester, and 6.5 Creedmoor. Now the M&P family is expanding yet again, this time into new territory. Meet the new M&P12 shotgun.
 

Rare Breed FRT-15 Criminal Examination Released
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) filed the criminal examination of the Rare Breed FRT-15 trigger in District Court today. The Rare Breed FRT-15 is a forced reset trigger. The shooter must pull the trigger with each shot. Because of this, the company claims a firearm with the FRT-15 trigger is still a semiautomatic firearm. The drop-in trigger forces the trigger to be reset. The force reset dramatically speeds up the rate of fire of a gun. Rare Breed claims its trigger is similar to the 3MRC TAC Con trigger, which has an ATF approval letter. Still, the company does not have an approval letter for the FRT-15 from the ATF’s Firearms and Ammunition Technology Division (FATD).
 

Deer Hunting Season 2021 Forecast: A State-By-State Guide
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Instability seems to be everywhere nowadays, whether it involves politics, weather, or the dreaded pandemic. But one annual constant offers the hope of brighter days: deer season. Within a few weeks, hunters across the country will welcome the promise of crisp autumn mornings and thrilling encounters with spectacular bucks. And whether you’re in the big woods of the Northeast, the open vistas of the West, the piney woods of the Deep South or the fields and woodlots of the Midwest, the appeal never wavers.
 

Blade Bonanza: Hunting Knives 101
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While the focus of a hunt normally falls on the chase itself – and the gun at hand – what happens when that animal is on the ground? Out comes the hunting knife. Every hunter worth his or her salt has a trusted hunting knife…or three. Yet, there are so many types of blades out there. Which do you really need? One for small game and one for big game? Do you need a gut hook, drop point, sawback? Whether it’s for the first-time hunter or those learning about the butchering process, we’ll walk you through the different types of hunting knives. Let’s look at where each one excels and show off some of our favorites.
 

Deer Rifles: Top 10 Bolt Actions for Whitetail and More
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The American firearms market is awash with new and used bolt-action rifles that are more than capable of bagging you a whitetail this hunting season. When it comes to picking the one that’s right for you, a lot of it really comes down to price points and personal preference. So let’s make it easy. We’ve got everything from classic used hunting rifles to the most popular new models. Here are 10 of the most popular bolt-action hunting rifles at Guns.com that can certainly do the job on any hunt. We'll kick it off with one of the all-time greats.
 

New Rasmussen Poll: 70% of Likely Voters Say ‘Crime Out of Control’
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A stunning new Rasmussen survey released Tuesday shows a whopping 70 percent of likely voters agree that crime is “out of control” and an overwhelming 90 percent “are concerned about the recent increase in violent crime, including 64% who are Very Concerned.”

The survey results amount to an indictment of approaches to the crime problem promoted lately by the far left, including no-bail jail releases. According to Rasmussen, 73 percent of voters “say letting accused violent criminals out of jail without bail while they wait for trial increases violent crime.” Only 14 percent disagree and 13 percent are not sure. Poll participants said the elimination of cash bail requirements “is among the policies voters blame most for the problem.”
 

IL: 70-Year-Old Woman Ambushed, Shot Dead Outside Chicago Grocery Store
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A 70-year-old woman was ambushed and shot dead Monday morning while sitting in her car outside a grocery store in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago.

NBC 5 reports that Yvonne Ruzich was parked outside Baltimore Food and Liquors just before 4:30 a.m., waiting for the store to open, when two armed men approached and at least one of them opened fire.
 

New for 2021: Smith & Wesson M&P12 Shotgun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Smith & Wesson announced a first for its M&P product category in August 2021 with the rollout of the M&P12 bullpup shotgun. While the M&P brand has been long known for its extensive lineup of self-defense, duty and concealed-carry handguns, as well as AR-15 rifles, the 12-ga. bullpup-style shotgun is the first such offering from the storied brand.

 

IL: 56 Shot, 8 Fatally, in Chicago Weekend Gun Violence
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Fifty-six people were shot, eight of them fatally, in citywide gun violence this weekend. Six of the wounded were 15 years old or younger. The youngest homicide victim, a 7-year-old girl, was killed in a shooting Sunday afternoon that also wounded her younger sister.

 

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