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Glock 31 Gun: All You Need To Know About this Powerful Pistol

Gun News Daily - Sun, 06/30/2019 - 00:33

We tell you why. In the early 1990s, a handful of calibers emerged to challenge the nine-millimeter as the dominant semi-automatic handgun round. One of these, the .357 Sig, is the caliber of choice for the Glock 31 pistol. The Glock 31 is the company’s offering for those into high velocity or long distance handgun […]

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Oregon: Senators to Return to Finish 2019 Session

NRA-ILA News - Sat, 06/29/2019 - 05:59
Today, the Oregon Senate Minority Caucus will return to the Capitol to finish the 2019 legislative session and adjourn Sine Die by June 30th to officially defeat omnibus gun control Senate Bill 978.  Returning to the Capitol to finish essential tasks prior to the session ending helps prevent the convening of a special session, where anti-gun legislators have threatened to bring SB 978 back into consideration.  By returning and avoiding a special session, SB 978 will be dead for the year upon adjournment.
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California Call to Action: Help NRA and CRPA Fight the New Ammo Laws!

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 19:40
With the new restrictions on sales and transfers of ammunition taking effect July 1, 2019, NRA and CRPA fully expect California licensed ammunition retailers will be inundated with angry and frustrated customers who are unable to purchase ammunition as a result.
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California Special Alert: Anti-Gun Show Forces Suffer Second Defeat, This Time in Ventura

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 17:41
As reported last week, federal district court judge Cathy Bencivengo dealt a severe blow to anti-gun forces by issuing an order in the CRPA and NRA supported lawsuit titled B&L Productions v. 22nd District Agricultural Association prohibiting the Del Mar Fair Board from enforcing a recently enacted ban on gun shows.
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Study Reinforces What We Already Know: Criminals Don’t Follow the Law

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 14:57
The state of Illinois holds a B+ rating from the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (the highest rating given is an A). Gun control advocates would have you believe this means it should be a relatively safe place. 
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California: Legislative Update from this Week’s Hearings

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 13:47
Anti-gun bills continued to move this week and more are on the calendar for next week. Below find an update on this week's committee actions and the bills scheduled for hearings next week.  
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60 Minutes “Research” Discovers Bullets Can Cause Damage

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 12:49
Last Sunday, the “news” program 60 Minutes ran a story it called “What makes the AR-15 style rifle the weapon of choice for mass shooters?”  The producer of the piece, Ashley Velie, claimed the intent was to present a story that was “completely apolitical.”  From the very outset, however, starting with the inflammatory and inaccurate title, it was clear the real intent was to vilify the most popular centerfire rifle in America.
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Virginia: Richmond Mayor Attacks the Right-to-Carry and State Preemption

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 11:29
Virginia’s 400,000 concealed handgun permit holders would not be able to exercise their Right-to-Carry in large portions of their capital city if Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney had his way. On Monday, Stoney proposed a local ordinance that would prohibit law-abiding gun owners from carrying a firearm in any “[c]ity-owned building, park, or recreation or community facility.
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Living in La-La Land: Joe Biden’s Alternative Reality

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 11:17
Anti-gun folks typically characterize their gun control restrictions as “common sense” and “responsible,” regardless of how poorly grounded in reality these “solutions” tend to be, or how little their proponents understand what these measures will do (like the gun control supporters at one event who, when asked, were unable to explain what an AR-15 or a bumpstock is).
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Animal Rights Thinking Threatens Wildlife Conservation

NRA-ILA News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 11:01
A recent paper published by a group of people ostensibly involved in the wildlife sciences highlights the clear threat animal rights thinking represents to the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation—a threat that extends to hunting’s very important place within that model. The paper, published in Conservation Letters and prepared by researchers at Oregon State University, attacks what the authors term “trophy hunting.”
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Concealed Carry Trail Hiking with Ukoala’s Yukon Bag

General Gun News - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 11:00

The Ukoala Yukon brings a functional off-body solution to day hikers and urbanites in need of a concealed carry holster setup. (Photo: Jacki Billings/

For adventurers who don’t want to trek miles into the woods but enjoy smaller, minimalist-style day trips into the wilderness, carrying a gun can sometimes prove challenging as day hikers often must turn to alternatives in order to successful pack a gun. Ukoala, a holster maker with an unconventional approach to concealed carry, has just the option for minimalistic hikers and even urbanites searching for a more discreet mode of off-body carry.

What is Ukoala?

Ukoala, pronounced you-koala, brings an innovative approach to the concealed carry conundrum, offering an off-body carry mode… of sorts. A compact bag meets thigh rig, the Ukoala hooks around the hips of the carriers as well as the thigh, securing to the wearer. The bag features a compartment specifically meant for firearms with Velcro lining allowing a Crossbreed Holsters Kydex shell to rest inside. The firearm slips into the holster, riding securely.

The bag also benefits from converting from a thigh style into normal bag. Slipping around the body, cross-body style, this option opens the door for gun owners not keen on the thigh rig setup. In addition to a firearm pocket, the Ukoala offers multiple pockets for storing other accessories and necessities like a wallet, keys, spare mags and a tourniquet.

The Ukoala acts as a sort of thigh rig, securing around the wearer. (Photo: Jacki Billings/

The bag itself comes in different styles and colors, giving concealed carriers plenty of options when it comes to the “look” of the Ukoala. The bags also come in standard sizing or compact, depending on how much room you need to stow carry guns and gear. The standard measures 10-inches by 12-inches while the compact comes in at 9-inches by 11-inches. For this review I checked out the Yukon style.

Carrying with Ukoala

I’ll admit, I didn’t quite know what to make of the Ukoala when I first encountered the brand. Suffering from what sounded like an identity crisis, the Ukoala blends off-body with on-body using a bag-like design that attaches to wearers. Realistically, how well would this wannabe thigh rig work in real life?

Surprisingly, well, as I found out. As usual, I paired the Ukoala with my Glock 19 – a hefty midsize gun that isn’t always the easiest to conceal due to its larger size. Equipped with a Crossbreed Holsters Kydex Shell, the holster attached to hook-and-loop on an interior pocket of the Ukoala. The hook-and-loop offered a sturdy enough platform that the gun did not flop around and paired with the Kydex shell, I felt the semi-automatic handgun was both well retained and protected inside the bag.

The Ukoala can also transition into a traditional shoulder style or cross-body bag as well. (Photo: Jacki Billings/

Perfect for short jaunts into the woods or even adventures in urban areas, the Ukoala’s unique blend of off-body carry meets thigh rig is its greatest advantage. Attaching the bag to the gun owners ensures the bag does not leave the owner’s sight and wards off potential accidents due to carelessness or forgetfulness. It does some getting used to as I, personally, am not accustomed to carrying bags or really anything around my thigh; but the design is comfortable and doesn’t rub or irritiate the thighs.

The Ukoala’s design also lends itself to function offering multiple pockets, on top of the firearm pocket, to stow other accessories. It also has spots to place IDs and cash, turning it into a full-blown purse for those that need it – all the while keeping the gun securely and safely stowed.

The Ukoala features pockets that are functional in addition to offering a dedicated firearm pocket. (Photo: Jacki Billings/

With any off-body solution the trade-off is access and the Ukoala is no different in this department. To get to the gun, the exterior flap must be raised, and zippers undone before the grip is exposed. Of course, if you feel a need you can stage the bag with zippers already opened so that the exterior flap is the only barrier. With this setup, as with any, it’s important to practice and train so you know how to efficiently use it.

Final Thoughts

The Ukoala benefits from its versatile design and non-gender specific looks. Capable of packing nearly any sized handgun, the Ukoala brings a unique means of concealed carry to day hikers that can’t always pack a gun IWB. With its ability to effortlessly flow into any other concealed carry activity, the Ukoala is a must have for gun owners in frequent need of non-belted carry options. Well worth its price tag, the Ukoala starts at $128.

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Car Dealer Gives Away Shotgun with Purchase –Until Ford Pulled the Plug

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 10:16

A Ford dealership in Alabama used a classic marketing technique this week, but instead of a free hotdog or free movie tickets with purchase, they were offering a free shotgun. But once corporate got involved, the promotion was short-lived.

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Glock 45: Is This the Best Glock Gun of Them All?

Gun News Daily - Fri, 06/28/2019 - 00:15

We present the evidence. The Pentagon’s quest for a new handgun ended in the U.S. Army choosing one handgun, the Sig Sauer P320, to replace the Beretta M9 across the entire armed forces. Although most companies lost, the competition encouraged many companies to enter modified designs that otherwise might never have seen the light of […]

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Here Are All The U.S. Military’s Worst Acronyms

Gun News Daily - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 23:27

Just plain silly. You begin learning a new language from the moment you step off the bus at basic training. From the renaming of the floor to a “deck” for Marines and sailors, to soldiers being referred to as “FNGs” at their first unit, you need a 400-page dictionary to fill up all the new […]

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EXPLAINER: What Exactly Is a Revolver-Shotgun?

Gun News Daily - Sun, 06/23/2019 - 23:09

Worth your time at the range? The frame is made from Scandium alloy while the barrel and cylinder are stainless steel. The handgun uses fixed Tritium night sights for aiming purposes.Cut One of the most interesting trends in the world of handguns is the revolver than first not only handgun ammunition but also shotgun shells. […]

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