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States around the country have begun to implement policies designed to stop the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a 100% fatal neurological disorder affecting whitetail deer, moose, and elk.
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A federal judge has suspended the first grizzly bear hunt in the lower 48 states since 1991, effectively blocking the Trump administration’s decision to remove the mammal from the endangered species list in the Yellowstone National Park area.
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One of the big hurdles to getting into reloading is the lack of space. And a lot of people do not live next door to a rifle range where they can easily develop their loads as necessary. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to reload at the range when testing your handloads? This article is about some solutions that would address these problems.
Then Smith produced the Model 640 Pro Series, perhaps the best J-frame ever! The Model 640 Pro is a Performance Center pistol that reminds me of the Smiths of old. The 640 Pro is based on a Model 640, stainless, five shot .357 Magnum, with a 2.125” barrel.
Even the highest quality, best-made guns eventually suffer a failure or malfunction, and it may not indicate a problem with the gun. It can still be a serious problem though, and learning how to clear malfunctions is serious business.
The post Getting Out of a Jam – Clearing Malfunctions in an AR-15 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Short Reviews – Glock 24 Mags, Geisselle Charging Handles, Ultradyne Folding Sights, Champion Targets
Often items that improve your shooting life are small ticket pieces, but they don't always get the attention they deserve. This week, we're correcting that by covering Glock 24 Mags, Geisselle Charging Handles, Ultradyne Folding Sights, & Champion Targets.
The Thompson Submachine Gun was a weapon respected by Prohibition-era gangsters before being toted across Europe by American soldiers in WWII.
The post The Thompson Submachine Gun – From Chicago Streets to European Battlefields appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
This week, we got a chance to look at a Savage 10 GRS, which boasts a Berserk stock, suppressor-ready barrel and runs off Magpul AICS style magazines.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is reporting that an experienced bear hunter was mauled by his prey and hospitalized.
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The ruling class in Rhode Island this week banned guns in public schools with the exception of law enforcement.
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Sig Sauer announced this week the release of the M17-Commemorative Edition, a near-exact replica of the P320 variant that won the U.S. Army contract for the modular handgun system last year. Sig has only produced 5,000 of these handguns, and they’re selling for $1,220 a pop.
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So there we are. Your total urban defense ammo loadout by my calculation costs you just over $1,200 dollars. If you happen to have more on hand, awesome. But between now and when you need it, I strongly recommend you use some of that extra ammo to hone your skills.
The post Clay’s Guide to Urban Defense: Ep. 3 The Amount of Ammo You’ll Actually Need appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
"If they took all the guns away the world would be a safer place."
“I’m happy to become the iTunes of Downloadable guns, if I can’t be the Napster,” quipped Wilson, during the press conference in Austin, TX.
The post WATCH: Effort to Block Downloadable Guns Epically Backfires! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Earlier this year financial analysts hoped Dick’s Sporting Goods could continue to post strong sales numbers even after imposing a slate of anti-gun policies. Today that projection sounds more like wishful thinking than anything else.
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“He was a hero coming out of that war, and he died a hero defending his family,” said Mark Potter, chaplain for American Legion Post 22 in Northglenn, Colorado.
The post Vietnam Veteran Who Was Shot by Police While Defending his Grandson Given a Hero’s Burial appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The high-polish Colt Bright Cobra follows the concealed-caryy Night Cobra as the third new double-action revolver from Colt's Manufacturing.
David Hogg delivered an ultimatum to Smith & Wesson over the weekend, either the company funds gun control research or it will be destroyed.
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On August 11 a friend of mine from back East texted me and I responded that I was deer hunting. “Boddington,” he came back, “it’s August…around here we call that poaching!” On the surface, it seems crazy. Here on the Central Coast, August temperatures soar above 100 degrees and wildfires are headline news. Even so, it’s deer season! The “coast zone” rifle deer season opens the second Saturday in August. This year opening day was the 11th; it could open as early as August 8…but never later than the 14th. This is the earliest rifle deer season in the Lower 48!
One of my favorite firearms innovations of the last decade or so has been the swift rise of aftermarket laser aiming systems for handguns. Remember when adding a laser to your handgun meant installing something that looked like a small flashlight onto your gun’s tactical rail with a coiled cord attached to an activation switch? […]