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"If we're going to take this threat seriously we absolutely have to routinely train and teach our police officers, whether it's a gun or a taser or both, but we have to have armed police,” he said on his LBC radio show on Sunday.
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SIG Sauer issued a mandatory recall notice and safety warning Friday for certain rifles from the SIG716 DMR, SIG516 Carbon Fiber and SIGM400 Predator lineup.
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"You’ve glorified the gang culture, you’ve glorified games that actually give you points for raping and killing people. Gun didn’t change. We changed," said the sheriff.
The post Sheriff Blames Society, Media for School Shooting: ‘The Gun Didn’t Change. We did’ appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
You wouldn't think that bugging out from Irma would be anything spectacular, because I'm prepping for the collapse and all, but nothing went as I expected. These are some important lessons.
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Since its introduction in 2007, Hornady has continued to hit the sweet spot among long-range shooters with the 6.5 Creedmoor. A modification of the .30 TC and ultimately an offspring of the .308 Win., the 6.5 Creedmoor is effective because it capably seats bullets with high sectional density and ballistic coefficients, which are remarkably adept at producing flat trajectories and handling the wind. The 6.5 is also popular among competition shooters because it successfully houses these long, sleek bullets in a case that still fits in standard AR-10-style magazines and short-action bolt guns. As a result, the cartridge has been popular in competition and among game hunters.
It seems like every year we hear that revolvers are dead, and then every year some magic happens with the wheel guns. The Performance Center Model 327 is no exception to this. The 327 is everything you could ever want in a personal protection gun if you are a wheel gun fan.
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I live across the street from an elementary school. Needless to say, transporting a rifle from my house to the car can be an especially sensitive process.
Travelling with a rifle makes discretion even more difficult. I don’t like leaving my firearms in a hotel parking lot, but lugging a gun case across the lobby isn’t ideal, either. The Second Amendment protects my right to carry a gun when I travel, but I’d rather not have to deal with the over-eager bell boy who decides to call the police.
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I can still remember the days when I longed for my first rifle; the thought of a long shiny blued steel barrel and glossy walnut stock of my very own almost more than I could stand. Now I saw the same look in my little son Josiah’s eyes as he stood, hands shoved deep in his pockets, gazing with earnest shyness into my face as he answered my question. I had asked what he wanted more than anything for his upcoming ninth birthday. His answer? “A gun!”
A clerk at a convenience store in Virginia will not be prosecuted for shooting and killing a man who had robbed the store at gunpoint, a grand jury decided this week.
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Until recent years, owning a high-end chassis rifle was restricted to those with an excess cash problem, as many such rifles easily hit and surpass the $10,000 mark. For the most part, these rifles — used in both Precision Rifle Series (PRS) competition and among hardcore long-range enthusiasts of all stripes — have been produced mostly by small manufacturers and custom shops, hence the crushing price tags often associated with them.
The post Deep Six: Ruger’s Precision Rifle in 6mm Creedmoor Breaks the 1,000-Yard Barrier appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Everytown for Gun Safety is dropping big bucks on the Virginia elections this November, pledging an “initial investment” of at least $1 million reports the Washington Post.
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Send to Kindle The CCW market is one of the fastest growing segments of the firearms world and has held that position for years. It should come as no surprise then, that a good chunk of it is snake oil and hyped up nonsense. Sadly, grifters naturally gravitate to any segment of the market based […]
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“We are very excited to add this model to our modern sporting rifle lineup,” said Ruger President and CEO Chris Killoy in a press release. “Our talented team of engineers worked carefully to develop the ideal custom package for the AR-556 platform that does it all, right out of the box. From plinking to competition shooting, the MPR is the perfect rifle for just about anything.”
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At this year's SHOT Show, “Sniper Jesus” told me the new NightForce ATACR 7-35X was the best deal going in optics. I have anxiously been wanting to put this to the test. I begged, borrowed, cajoled, harassed, and arguably stalked NightForce for a review sample. Arguably stalked is a loose interpretation or so my lawyer tells me.
Earlier this week a box arrived from Orofino. And you know what? It was absolutely worth the wait.
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In our .17 HMR vs .22LR shootout, the .17 HMR was the clear winner. So the obvious question is, why not go to .17 WSM ( Winchester Super Magnum) instead of .17 HMR?
The post Rimfire Shootout: Savage B Series .17 HMR vs. .17 WSM appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“In 2008, the year Obama won the presidency, there were 12.7 million background checks. In his last full year as president, 2016, there were 27.5 million. How many guns do we need? And, what is this really about?”
What do you do when you need to carry a man-sized gun? I’m not talking about the one you use for bad guys. I’m talking about the one you need for lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
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The National Park Service is looking for competent hunters to volunteer to help thin the Grand Canyon bison herd which is overpopulated.
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The Hearing Protection Act has cleared the first hurdle on its way to becoming law.
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The California State Legislature approved a bill this week that would disarm all hate crime offenders, even those with misdemeanor offenses.
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