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Leave it to New York City to once again remind us why we cannot trust anti-gun public officials to be the gatekeepers for our preexisting right – not state-granted privilege – to keep and bear arms.
Kentucky wildlife officials are employing a new technology to catch poachers: robot deer.
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For sports enthusiasts, it is critical that lawmakers work with federal agencies to fully implement the Great American Outdoors Act.
The Micro 9 is essentially a “Honey, I shrunk the 1911” design, with a few subtle changes. It's available in a rainbow of bright metallic finishes that are – if nothing else – very eye catching!
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Under current conditions, buying any gun can be a challenge, and ammunition availability is even worse. One bright spot in the field is the venerable 12 gauge shotgun. Ammunition is in stock and selling for around normal retail, even if it is not present in unlimited quantities.
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2020 was the year that a great many people in the shooting community discovered the need to have medical gear. It was a bad way to get that lesson, but it could have been worse. Let's run through some basics about medical kits.
To test out Trijicon’s VCOG 1-8x28 riflescope and to see how well the controls tracked, I did my version of “shooting the box.” My very short version of the longer story? The Trijicon VCOG 1-8x28 riflescope was and is an amazingly good and functional optic.
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Someone goes into a gun store and buys a gun for self-defense. That’s the primary reason most people buy guns. He or she takes the gun home and puts it away for the just-in-case time when the goblins come. That new gun owner imagines grabbing the gun and fending off the intruder. But the person who has trained for that day and is serious about defense doesn’t imagine that.
On Friday, January 24, 1975, far above the earth’s surface, the Soviet Union conducted humanity’s first and last test of an orbital space cannon. The tale of how the species got to that point is simply fascinating.
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Ruger is ready to take on the 2021 competition rifle season with an out-of-the-box race-ready Custom Shop Ruger Performance Rifle.
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“Anti-maskers are the same people who think they need an AR-15 for “protection,” tweeted Milano.
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Starting tomorrow, Virginians will no longer be allowed to take an online class to satisfy the handgun competency requirement for the state’s concealed carry application.
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Two California representatives in the U.S. House introduced a bill on Monday that would ban congresspeople from carrying firearms on capitol grounds.
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the BATFE or ATF, recently raided solvent trap manufacturer Diversified Machine among a string of raids targeting DIY gun parts suppliers.
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“In other words, certain human behaviors that we perceive as the actions of a ‘mature’ or ‘adult’ individual emerge, on average, at 21 years of age,” wrote Bhide.
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