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The Colt Python is back—and it’s badder than ever! Well, in most respects, it’s actually “gooder” than ever. The re-introduction of the Colt Python has been a rollercoaster of excitement and disappointment. So what’s the story: is this the second coming or a troubled handgun? How Does The New Python Differ From The Old: Improved
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OK, you have an itch to send a 7mm screaming to its limits, then the 28 Nosler is right down your alley. What Are The Specifics Of The 28 Nosler: Shares the same case dimensions as its sibling, the 26 Nosler. Its fat case gives it ample powder capacity. Loaded hot, it can kick a
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This week in gun rights – May 30, 2020 Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. Why are Moms wearing orange next week? Anti-Gun Organizations can’t properly vett supporters or candidates; Rifleman stops mass shooting – protecting unarmed police; Gun control laws
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Lean, accurate and well priced, the Savage Arms 110 Ultralite is ready for your next backcountry adventure. Stripped down and light … there’s a time and place for it. Say, for example, elk season and that saddle two ridgelines back. About then not only does it pay to weight out your kit, but also run
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Meet your backpack’s new best friend, the small and might RUK-9BT 9mm. Coronavirus be damned! Rock River Arms (RRA) is releasing guns, pandemic, or no pandemic. Related GunDigest Articles In the Illinois gunmaker’s sights as of late is its AR pistol lineup, which it recently bolstered with a 9mm option that goes by the handle
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Lovingly dubbed “Cindy” and “Eliza”, the integrally suppressed shotguns from Phoenix Weaponry speak with a soft voice, but pack a punch. Unless you’re Anton Chigurh, you might generally consider suppressors a pistol or rifle deal. That’s pretty much where the market is centered, but certainly, cans aren’t exclusive to these types of firearms. While more
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Reports have it that Democrats in the Colorado Legislature have given up on passing their 2020 gun ban gagenda https://www.denverpost.com/2020/05/29/colorado-democrats-gun-bills-coronavirus/ This is of course good news for the law abiding citizen gun owners who make up by far the majority of Colorado’s citizens. While there is no chance of persuading a Democrat to change what
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You’ve no doubt heard of concealed carry courses that are either recommended or sometimes required for an individual to take before they are allowed to carry a firearm in public. But what about online concealed carry courses? Online Concealed Carry Courses Basically, online concealed courses allow gun owners to conceal their guns outside of their
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The Morning Call reports “Pennsylvanians are seeking ‘common sense’ solutions for gun control. Unfortunately, both “gun safety” and “common sense” have been coopeted by the gun ban industry, and do not represent a realistic view of gun control. https://www.mcall.com/opinion/mc-opi-coronavirus-gun-violence-walsh-20200529-qxdq2bugljcxtnt2qmkmk6opfe-story.html Over the last 56 years the Pennsylvania Legislature and various city councils have enacted more than
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Lipsey’s Ruger No. 1 K1A Light Sporter in .30-30 Winchester offers single-shot elegance. While the Internet is all ablaze with arguments about the 6.5 Creedmoor and whether anyone should be shooting animals at long range (does anyone know the real definition of “long range”?), in the real world, real hunters are creeping through the timber
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What is left of Nelson Shields V’s Handgun Control, Inc., and that begs contributions under the Handgun Control banner but operates as the “Brady Campaign” had endorsed has endorsed Congressman Chris Pappas fir re-election in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District. https://www.wmur.com/article/nh-primary-source-gun-control-groups-brady-bradypac-endorse-pappas-for-reelection-in-nh-01/32692922# Pappas appears a very young person, without a cluto what gun control has done
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When it comes to big game trophy hunting, you want to make sure you have the right weapon with you to get the job done.  It is important to choose a rifle that fits the type of game you will be hunting. Consider the size of your average trophy before choosing the best rifle for you.
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Recent studies have revealed that there are just over 11.5 million hunters in the United States, and this pastime could become even more popular in the coming years. If you have decided to try your hand at hunting, then you will need to spend a little bit of time figuring out which firearms will best
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As a gun owner, your number one responsibility is the safe and secure storage of your firearm. There are multiple ways to keep your weapon safe.  A frequent debate among gun owners is that of the trigger lock vs. the cable lock. Read below to see pros and cons of trigger lock vs. cable lock
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Redesigned for a sleeker, more tactical look, the Leupold Freedom RDS Black Ring still boasts the top-notch functionality of the original. If you’re familiar with the Leupold Freedom RDS Gold Ring, then the company’s new red dot sight shouldn’t throw you any curveballs. The Freedom RDS Black Ring model is essentially the same optic, except