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VA: Ammunition Shortage Impacting Local Police and Pawn Shops
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As the pandemic worsened last year, government-imposed lockdowns resulted in people to buy their own guns and ammo for protection. "Anytime there's a sense of insecurity about the world, the environment we live in, all the things surrounding the pandemic, there's going to be people who feel more secure when they have things that can secure them at home," said Tobey Bouch, owner of Tobey's Pawn Shop.
 

The ACLU Claims the Second Amendment Is Racist, But Gun Control Has the Real Record on Systemic Oppression
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The ACLU fired shots on Twitter last month, claiming that the Second Amendment is “racist” alongside an article and podcast episode that posed the question “Do Black People Have the Right to Bear Arms?”
 

The Federal Government Has a Long, Sordid History of Passing Poorly Written, Racially Targeted Gun Control Legislation
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[T]he Saturday Night Special saga illustrates the difficulties of statutorily defining a nebulous style of firearm, particularly when that style of firearm carries with it a range of strong connotations. Disagreement over statutory definitions continues to this day, most notably with respect to firearms classified as “assault weapons.”
 

ME: New Maine Hunting Laws Announced for Upcoming Fall Seasons
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There's some new changes to Maine hunting laws that will impact the upcoming fall hunts. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is spotlighting some changes for upcoming 2021-2022 hunting seasons. Some of the bigger changes being made involve tagging protocols for harvested game. Firstly, deer, moose, and bear, may be dismembered for ease of transportation. It's simply an option for hunters, and not required.

 

August is National Shooting Sports Month
Submitted by: David Williamson
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National Shooting Sports Month, the annual month-long event dedicated to America’s gun owners and the sport they love, is now underway. An initiative of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the 5th annual month-long event is dedicated to the tens of millions who participate in hunting and sports shooting which, through Pittman-Robertson excise taxes, fuels conservation and safety efforts nationwide. The 31-day celebration encourages visits to shooting ranges, preferably with a friend, spouse, or partner, in conjunction with special offers from sporting goods retailers.


 

The Heckler & Koch SL8 is Apparently Back in Production
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A sporting version of the Heckler & Koch G36 select-fire infantry rifle, the semi-auto SL8 is once again showing up in HK's catalog. The original Gewehr (German = rifle) 36 was a modular 5.56 NATO weapon designed in the 1990s by HK to replace the German military's aging G3 battle rifle. Produced in over a half-dozen variants for military sales and capable of firing 750-rounds per minute for as long as the magazine could keep up, the G36 was exported to over 40 countries besides its adoption by the German Bundeswehr in 1997.


 

New Products October 2021 Issue
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Davidson’s now offers two variants of the 1873 Western Revolver. The new Davidson’s Pietta Exclusives are convertible models — each has two cylinders. One is chambered in 45 Colt and one in 45 AP. Offered in a 4.75″ and a 5.5″ barrel, they both feature a deep blued finish on the frame, cylinder and barrel. The trigger guard, front strap and back strap are high-polished brass.
 

History of 22 Short Ammo
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Introduced as the first American metallic cartridge ever produced in 1857, the .22 Short was an entirely self-contained cartridge that was moisture resistant and more quickly reloaded than other firearms of the era. It was a rimfire cartridge, meaning that the priming compound was applied inside the rim of the cartridge, which ignited the powder charge held in the case.
 

Democrat Illinois Gov. Signs Bill Criminalizing Private Gun Sales
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker (D) signed legislation Monday that makes it a crime to sell a gun privately without having the buyer pass a National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) check. The Chicago Sun-Times reports Gov. Pritzker described private gun sales as “deadly loophole” as he signed the legislation.
 

The Remington 870 Wingmaster vs. the Express: Which Is the Better Shotgun Buy?
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In 1950, Remington debuted what is arguably the most iconic—and successful—shotgun in American history: the 870 Wingmaster. Then in 1987, Big Green introduced the Express, a cheaper knock-down version of the pump-action Wingmaster that could be had for half the price. Turkey, deer, upland, and duck hunters have been carrying Remington 870s afield for more than 70 years now. There are skeet and trap models for clay-target shooters as well—the first 100 straight trap doubles at the Grand American in 1950 were broken by Randy Etchen with an 870.
 

MO: Missouri Governor Pardons Gun-waving St. Louis Lawyer Couple
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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday announced that he made good on his promise to pardon a couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice [sic] demonstrators as they marched past the couple's home in a luxury St. Louis enclave last year.

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Submitter's note: Even though the charges were politically motivated and a gross misuse of MO law and the grand jury was heavily misled and the prosecutor should be disbarred, the LESSON here is never point a firearm at anyone unless it is legal self defense to pull the trigger immediately.
 

ARTV Preview: Making The S&W Shield Plus, Rock River Arms RUK 9BT and The French MAS 36
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Recently, the handgun market has seen an increase in compact pistols for concealed carry and self defense. Smith & Wesson has been one of the industry leaders in this category with the M&P Shield series, including the new Shield Plus. In this weeks feature, get a behind-the-scenes look and how Smith & Wesson makes these pistols at its Springfield, Mass., factory.
 

Washington Post Defense Of Chipman Reinforces Need To Defeat His Nomination
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Give this to the editorial board of the Washington Post: They made it clear what they think of those who wish to exercise their Second Amendment rights when trying to salvage the nomination of David Chipman. But by doing so, they did Chipman – and themselves – no favors. If anything, they justify the opposition to his confirmation.
 

IL: At Least 7 People Killed, 48 Wounded In Weekend Gun Violence Across Chicago
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At least 55 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend, and seven of them were killed. At least two of the surviving victims were under 18.
 

OR: Next Step- Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance
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The Columbia County Board of Commissioners has yet to announce what next steps may be taken following Circuit Court Judge Ted Grove's dismissal of the the commissioner’s request for review of the Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance.
 

MA: Massachusetts- Gun Bills Waiting on Committee Action
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Last week, the Joint Committee on the Judiciary held public hearings on both pro- and anti-gun bills. The bills now await further committee action over the coming months. Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT H. 1570 and OPPOSE S. 942 and H. 1734.
 

DA: New Mexico Law That Allows Authorities to Take Guns From High-risk Individuals Underused
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First Judicial District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies is carrying the banner for the so-called red-flag gun law. And she's decided her office will, too. Attorneys and investigators in the District Attorney's Office recently received training on how to use the year-old law, which is aimed at removing guns from people who pose a threat to themselves or others and prevents them from buying new weapons for up to a year.
 

NC: North Carolina- Guilford County Considering Firearm Discharge Restrictions
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On August 5th, the Guilford County Board of Commissioners will consider File # 2021-294 to restrict hunting and target shooting, though it remains unclear if they even have the authority to do so. If you wish to attend the hearing, you may click here for information. Please contact commissioners and ask them to OPPOSE File # 2021-294.
 

CA: San Diego Bans Firearms Parts Without Serial Numbers to Combat Ghost Guns
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In response to the proliferation of so-called ghost guns, the San Diego City Council on Monday approved a ban on the sale and possession of gun frames and firearms that lack a serial number.
 

SC: Dozens Attend Florence Forum to Discuss Open Carry law
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More than 75 people attended a community forum on the state's new Open Carry law Tuesday evening at Francis Marion University in Florence County. Florence Police Dept. and the Florence County Sheriff's Office sponsored the forum to educate people on what they can expect when the law goes into effect on Aug. 15.
 

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