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#7.5 Lead Shot Ammo: #7.5 Lead Shot Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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#7.5 lead shot is one of the most easily found shot sizes on the market and is made by a variety of manufacturers including NobelSport and Federal, for several different applications. Although it's typically sold to dove, quail and pheasant hunters for its excellent ability to take down fast-moving birds – squirrels, rabbits and other small game can easily be hunted with this shot size. With a high pellet count leading to a dense pattern, #7.5 lead shot will give you great stopping power with an optimal range of 35 to 50 yards.
 

#1 Buckshot Ammo: #1 Buck Explained
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When it comes to shotgun ammunition, there are plenty of choices. And while most shooters are very familiar with certain types, like the 00 buck, each bullet size and pellet count is different. The size of the buckshot bullets, or “shot,” will decrease as the shot type number increases – with buckshot for larger game and bird shot for smaller game. This means 000 buck is very large compared to #12 bird shot – with #1 buck right in the middle.
 

60 Years of Plinkin'
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The word “Plinking” — more commonly heard as “plinkin’” — is an onomatopoeia, a fancy term for a word which sounds like what it means. I actually heard the sound one time when one of my .22 bullets glanced off the side of a soft drink bottle.
 

Beto O’Rourke Reportedly Prepping for TX Gubernatorial Run
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Former Texas Congressman and failed presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is reportedly preparing to run for governor in the Lone Star State in 2022, according to Axios and other news agencies.
 

CNN Publishes Chinese State Propaganda: U.S. Has Higher Crime Because It Lacks Gun Control
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CNN published Chinese state propaganda Monday morning which criticized overriding gun policies in the United States. The CNN column began by describing a shooting that occurred in China, then quickly pivoted by expressing surprise that the shooting occurred in China rather than the United States.
 

Harvard Researcher: About Half of New Gun Owners are Women
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In a blow to the tired stereotypes perpetuated by gun control supporters, a recent academic survey found broad diversity among recent first time gun buyers. The findings bolstered what many observers had anecdotally discovered, the last year-and-a-half’s pandemic and civil unrest-fueled record-breaking gun sales. Provided with the preliminary survey results, the Wall Street Journal reported.
 

Review: Colt Anaconda Revolver
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The new Colt Anaconda has been briefly summarized as a .44 Mag. built on an oversize Python frame and action. I’m thinking someone should have added the word “dramatically” to that description. Admittedly, it’s been a while since I’ve seen or handled a new Python, but I was almost overwhelmed upon first seeing the new Anaconda up close. This was not due to a lack of similarity between the Anaconda and Python; externally they look very much alike. It’s the Anaconda’s increased size, particularly in cylinder diameter that made me catch my breath. Its 1.75-inch diameter seemed to dwarf the Python’s 1.55. But let’s start with the basics.
 

‘Nearly One-Third of Gun Owners Have Used Gun in Self-Defense,’ Says Report
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A whopping 31.1 percent of gun owners—estimated to be about 25.3 million American adults—have used a gun in self-defense, according to the 2021 National Firearms Survey, by Prof. William English, PhD., at Georgetown University.
 

Ammo InStock: Federal 22LR Range 40Gr LRN Ammunition 800Rds
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Kentucky Gun Co has 800 round range packs of Federal Range 40gr HV LRN .22LR Ammo for $89.99 each with flat rate shipping(buy more and save). That is $0.112 each after shipping. Limit three (3) bricks per order.
 

Are You Shooting the Best Bullet Weight for Your Defensive Handgun?
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If you’re trying to pick the perfect round for your defensive handgun, don’t forget to factor in bullet weight. It matters. A bullet’s weight affects how hard you gun kicks, and, if you make the wrong choice, can even prevent it from going bang in the first place. Most of all, bullet weight affects terminal performance. So you want to get it right.
 

Report: Law Enforcement Agencies Registering Vehicle Information of Gun Show Attendees
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A report this week in the Wall Street Journal provides further indication of the Obama administration’s persecutory attitude toward America’s gun owners. The newspaper claimed emails from a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request show that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents used local police officers in Southern California to drive around the parking lot of a large gun show to “collect all of the cars’ information.”
 

Are Second Amendment Supporters Behind The Curve?
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While the “single issue” debate can roil Second Amendment supporters, there are two things that should be kept in mind. First, Second Amendment supporters should seek to build as large a coalition as possible to oppose anti-Second Amendment legislation, officials, and candidates. Second, since threats to the Second Amendment have emerged from places they previously haven’t, Second Amendment supporters need to figure out how to address them.
 

So I Swiped a CobraTec OTF Knife and Here's Why I'm Keeping It
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If you don't know of CobraTec, they are based in Meridian, Texas, and make a wide range of knives of all sorts.
 

Exclusive: Rare U.S. Army Issue General Officer Beretta Up for Grabs
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Typically, the only way to get one of the coveted and extremely rare General Officer pistols is to become a general in the U.S. military. About that... The Army's General Officer Pistol program dates back to at least 1972, when the service's Rock Island Arsenal began producing M15 pistols for general officers, a gun that led to the now-popular Officer series of M1911s. Marked with serial numbers prefixed with the letters "GO," the program switched to issuing M9 Berettas in the 1980s and, in 2018 in a story covered previously by Guns.com, to Sig Sauer M18 GO models.
 

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There is no doubt in my mind that millions of lives could have been saved if the people had not been "brainwashed" about gun ownership and they had been well armed. Hitler's thugs and goons were not very brave when confronted by a gun. Gun haters always want to forget the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, which is a perfect example of how a ragtag, half starved group of Jews took up 10 handguns and made asses out of the Nazi's. — Theodore Haas, former prisoner of the infamous Dachau prisoner concentration camp

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