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If the mainstream media wants to save lives, they need to adjust their reporting habits and stop obsessing over mass shootings.

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Shoot Smart found a loophole for getting ad placement on a TV Network to promote their shooting range.

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Banning one inanimate object will not stop evil from seeking out other forms of violence, be it a black market firearm, knife, van, pressure cooker, or airplane.

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For those of us who shoot a lot, it’s easy to be desensitized of the capabilities of a hunk of lead propelled by sulfur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate through a metal tube. It’s fun, and it only takes a twitch of the finger. But it is so important that we remember the full destructive capabilities of this small hunk of lead.

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Our current administration hasn’t accomplished much in regards to restoring out 2nd Amendment rights. Our window of opportunity is closing quickly as Democrats may claim seats in the next set of elections less than a year and a half from now. Contact your representatives and urge them to fight for our 2nd Amendment rights while…

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The National Rifle Association and Henry Repeating Arms recently hosted a 1,000 man shoot to set a world record on November 14th, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona. 1,000 participants lined up and consecutively fired from 1,000 .22lr rifles.

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New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed Constitutional Carry into law, making New Hampshire the 12th state to pass Constitutional Carry.

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The Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 367) was introduced last month. Yesterday, Wednesday the 15th, the Hearing Protection Act picked up its 100th co-sponsor. Usually bills receive less than 10 sponsors.

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The day after President Trump’s inauguration, a Woman’s March on Washington took place in Washington D.C. and across the United States to protest President Trump’s new office. At these protests, there were various signs saying things like, “I dream women will one day have the same rights as guns.” or “If my vagina shot bullets it would have fewer regulations than guns.” This particular aspect of the Women’s March protest confuses me greatly, as guns have a great deal many regulations and restrictions placed on them, while women have the same rights as men.

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After half a decade of trials, the US Army has finally selected a new service pistol to replace the Beretta M9, which was the US Army’s go to pistol for over 30 years. The US Army’s new service pistol will be the Sig Sauer Modular Handgun System.

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It’s a well established fact that most violence involving firearms happens in low income urban areas and in gang on gang warfare. What’s crazy, is that the often talked about “gang warfare” is nigh on close to actual warfare – and it happens every night in inner city Chicago.

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Officer Alan Horujko On the morning of November 28, 2016, a little before 10am, an Ohio State student rammed pedestrians with his vehicle before jumping out and slashing students with a butcher knife. Within one minute an Ohio State University Police Officer, Alan Horujko, shot and killed the attacker, identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan….

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On October 25th, the Rhode Island state Supreme Court threw out police chief Parella’s denial of a CCW license to three applicants. The court reprimanded the police chief and required a new ruling within 90 days. This is the second time in a little over a year the Supreme Court has issued an admonishment. Unfortunately, citizens all over Rhode Island are facing these refusals.

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Americans have set yet another gun buying record, making October the 18th straight month of beating the previous months’s record. The 2,333,539 checks through the National Instant Criminal Background Check (NICS) in October is 350,000 more than October 2015.

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The saying goes, “When seconds matter, the police are only minutes away.” Maybe the saying should be, “When seconds matter, the police might not ever show up.” When bad things happen and the police are needed for assistance, there are many levels of human error and/or potential incompetence between you and the help you need.

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How would you feel if a government agent came over to your house and informed you, “You stole this car.” When asked what criteria they’re basing that statement on they reply, “That’s classified. But you stole this car, so we’re taking the car.” Outraged, you demand what evidence they have that you stole your own…

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One of the common anti-gun strategies is to claim “no one needs ___.” “No one needs an ‘assault rifle.’” “No one needs more than 10 rounds in a magazine.” First off, the Second Amendment is not about what someone “needs.” Second, we sure don’t want to need a semi automatic firearm or more than 10…

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Gun rights are being returned one by one, state by state all over the US. Missouri just passed constitutional carry, despite it being vetoed by Democratic Governor Jay Nixon. The Republican-led Legislature enacted the law by a 24-6 Senate vote and a 112-41 House vote, exceeding the two-thirds majority needed to override the veto. This…

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The major media wouldn’t dare talk about this since it goes against their anti-gun narrative, but gun ownership is on the rise. And by on the rise, I mean skyrocketing. This August was another record breaking gun sales month – another record breaking month for 15 months in a row. Not only that, but last…

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Even though ten states allow firearms on college campuses, the media was full of doom and gloom blood in the streets cries when Texas recently passed campus carry. This passage allows students, faculty, and everyone else who are of age and have a CHL to carry on college campuses. The anti gunners went as far…

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