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GA: Felon Husband on Run After Wife Shoots Him in Self-defense After He Attacked Her, Police Say
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Troup County woman will not face charges after she shot her husband in self-defense, police told Channel 2 Action News. Police said Charles Shields attacked his wife Friday night in LaGrange and during the fight the wife grabbed a gun, shot him in the chest before running to safety and then called police.
 

CA: Homeowner Shoots, Kills Intruder in Lincoln Heights
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A homeowner shot and killed a man who allegedly tried to stab him outside his home in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles late Friday, police said. Officers responded to the area of E. Avenue 28 around 9:40 p.m. on a report of “shots fired” during a home invasion.
 

IN: Second Amendment Sanctuary Debate Continues
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The Aug. 10 meeting of the Indiana County Board of Commissioners focused on financial issues, including an ordinance for borrowing nearly $3.58 million to cover continuing improvements to various buildings, including the Indiana County Courthouse and Indiana County Jail. Bond counsel Christopher Brewer, of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP of Pittsburgh, said the ordinance covers a 15-year loan, at 3.55 percent interest, that will be obtained from First Commonwealth Bank.
 

State gun regulations are a messy patchwork. The Supreme Court’s Bruen decision won’t help
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Gun rights advocates cheered the Supreme Court’s June decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen as a reaffirmation of the Second Amendment’s protections of an individual right to bear arms. Gun control advocates grumbled that the decision would prove a costly disaster for states desperate to address sharply rising rates of gun violence.
 

Seattle Violence Spike Gets National Attention; Is There A ‘Ripple Effect?’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A report at Fox News showing the consequences of defunding the police in a major West Coast city may not be going down well with the liberal establishment, but recent history shows how Seattle, Washington has fared from what critics see as a disastrous political agenda that may now be having a ripple effect with crime spreading to other parts of the central Puget Sound region.
 

Does Tampa Editorial Perpetuate Murder Rate Myth?
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Applauding “bipartisan” unity on certain gun control issues in Florida, the Tampa Bay Times editorialized “This country has been drowning in guns forever, translating directly into one of the highest murder rates in the world. And it’s getting worse.”
 

WA: Man Shot After Domestic Incident in Tacoma Home
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A man was shot in a Tacoma home on Saturday after a domestic violence incident, according to the Tacoma Police Department. Just before 8 p.m. on Saturday, officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 1300 block of South Cushman Avenue.
 

School shootings in the United States more than tripled in 2021–22 school year, a new report reveals
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School gun violence incidents in the United States almost quadrupled in the 2021 to 2022 school year, with 59 people killed in that time. A report released by nonpartisan group Everytown for Gun Safety revealed there were 193 gun violence incidents in school grounds between August 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022.
 

OH: Gun bill modeled on 'Strong Ohio' has short time to gain support: What comes next
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An attempt to revive some of the "Strong Ohio" proposals against gun violence, stalled in the General Assembly since 2019, faces a timeline that's hard to meet. State Sen. Matt Dolan, R-Chagrin Falls, announced Senate Bill 357 this week. He's seeking legislative cosponsors, but the bill won't get any formal consideration until lawmakers reconvene after the Nov. 8 general election.

 

.300 Blackout vs 5.56mm NATO: The AR-15 Intermediate Cartridge Rumble
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 5.56mm NATO round has been the gold standard AR-15 cartridge for well over 60 years. It has been the ammo issued to our frontline soldiers for over a generation and has seen combat on 5 continents in the hands of the U.S. Military and our NATO allies.

However, some shooters wanted more out of their AR platform, they wanted the ability to shoot a 30-caliber bullet without switching over to the AR-10 and 308 Winchester.
 

VA: Richmond gun buyback ends after 3 ˝ hours; $67,500 in gift cards handed out
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Richmond's first-ever gun buyback initiative aimed at combating rising gun violence ended after $67,500 worth of gift cards were exchanged for firearms over just 3 1/2 hours Saturday. The event, which wrapped up around 1:30 p.m., was deemed a "huge success."
 

Points of Impact
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Just because something is said in congressional chambers doesn’t mean it is accurate, or even true for that matter. Last week, members of the U.S. House Oversight Committee said a lot in a hearing with a firearms manufacturers and representatives from gun-control groups. Read more as America’s 1st Freedom analyzes Some of the Best (and Worst) Quotes from a House Committee’s Attempt to Go After Gun Manufacturers.
 

AK: The Insider Guide to the Alaskan Gun Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I need an AR-15. Let me rephrase that. I need to pay for law school applications. I need to replace the timing belt on my car. I need to finally finish reading “Infinite Jest,” that doorstopper of a book. I want an AR-15 – right now. It’s not so much a need, in the Maslow’s hierarchy sense, but a want, in the “this thing feels awesome to shoot and it’s more accurate than the Chinese SKS I’ve been rocking with since 2020” sense.

 

SSK Firearms: A Pioneer In Cartridge & Arms Design
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SSK Industries was founded by J.D. Jones—recognized as one of the industry’s foremost when it comes to creating innovative wildcat cartridges and cutting-edge firearm designs—in 1977. He brought a wealth of knowledge to the business, having learned to cast bullets and reload from a local gunsmith, later working with Lee Jurras in the early 1960s in the development of Super Vel Ammunition, the industry’s earliest entry into the high-performance handgun cartridges market.
 

Varmint Hunting for … Training?
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While varmint hunting might not be the first thing one thinks of as tactical training, there are many lessons to be learned in the field that can help your defensive plan. At a recent writer’s event with Bushnell, we were presented with long-range instruction using both existing products and a new scope (check this space for info later this year).
 

Glocklishnikov! The WASR-M 9mm AK
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Made in Romania, the 9mm WASR-M is billed as a "PCC competition ready" and, while we aren't sure about that, we did find it to be an incredibly fun little Kalashnikov variant. Introduced by Century Arms a few years ago, the WASR-M, like its standard WASR (Wassenaar Arrangement Semi-automatic Rifle) older brothers, are all essentially semi-auto variants of the Cugir Arms Factory's PM md. 63/65 series AKMs, licensed Kalashs that the Romanians made by the hundreds of thousands over the past half-century.
 

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Laws that forbid the carrying of arms disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes. Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man. — Thomas Jefferson, quoting Cesare Beccaria in On Crimes and punishment (1764).

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