Colorado Town Mulls Mandatory Sporting Rifle Ownership as Sheriffs Dig in Heels against Recently-Passed Gun Control

| Rifles , Abroad , Politics & Guns | Author: Olga Guseinova

Colorado Town Mulls Mandatory Sporting Rifle OwnershipColorado Town Mulls Mandatory Sporting Rifle Ownership

The Craig, Colorado city council is currently debating a bill that would require every household to own a “modern sporting rifle,” specifically any semi-automatic centerfire rifle that accepts detachable magazines. 

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Minn. Byron Smith gets most severe charge in teens' deaths

| Self-defense, Abroad , Criminal Incedents | Author: Olga Guseinova

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A central Minnesota man accused of killing two unarmed teenagers, shooting them multiple times as they tried to break into his home, has been indicted on first-degree murder charges, prosecutors announced Thursday. 

A Morrison County grand jury indicted Byron Smith, 64, on Wednesday on two counts of first-degree murder with premeditation in the Nov. 22 deaths of 17-year-old Nick Brady and 18-year-old Haile Kifer. Initially, Smith was charged with two counts of second-degree murder.

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The Revolver Camera: Oddity or oddly familiar?

| Abroad , Handguns, Gun Accessories | Author: Olga Guseinova

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Pull the trigger. Snap a picture. The revolver camera is old, but not as odd as one might think. It may even seem weird and potentially even a little morbid. 

Theoretically, the shooter could capture a photo of the target at the moment of impact. But is this technology really as odd and antiquated as it appears, or simply a design a half-century ahead of its time?

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California police train with airsoft guns amid shortage

| Military & Law Enforcement, Страйкбол, Learning | Author: Olga Guseinova

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A nationwide ammunition shortage has prompted many California police departments to find alternatives to using live firearms in training exercises, CBS San Francisco reports.

“Everybody is fighting for what is seems like a shrinking amount of ammunition out there,” said Lt. Louie Tirona, a firearms and tactics instructor for the Richmond Police Department who came up with the idea to use professional-grade airsoft guns in training drills.

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Rifles of the Foreign Legion, Then and Now

| Military Weapons, Abroad | Author: Web admin

Apparently the French troops also enjoy playing Modern Warfare 2. Nice mask!Apparently the French troops also enjoy playing Modern Warfare 2. Nice mask!

It has now been confirmed that Sunday night the French Foreign Legion conducted an air assault in Mali, parachuting into the northern suburbs of Timbuktu.

Other French forces control the south, while indigenous troops native to Mali attempt to hold the east and west. The Al-Qaeda linked fundamentalist rebels who have held Timbuktu for ten months are now attempting to “squirt” out of the city and bypass rings of roadblocks set up by French and Malian troops.

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Sportsman Channel Host Killed by Jealous Husband, Police Say

| Criminal Incedents, Shooting Sports, Competitions | Author: Web admin

Greg RodriguezGreg Rodriguez

A Montana man shot and killed the host of the Sportsman Channel show “A Rifleman’s Journal” Thursday night in what police believe to be a jealous rage, the Associated Press reported.

The incident started when the shooter, 41-year-old Wayne Bengston, learned that his wife was meeting with 43-year-old Greg Rodriguez over at her mother’s house, Whitefish Police Chief Bill Dial told reporters.

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Smith & Wesson 625JM: ‘A jewel of a revolver’

| Handguns | Author: Web admin

Smith & Wesson 625JMSmith & Wesson 625JM

During WWI the U.S. did not have enough Colt 1911 pistols to go around, so Smith & Wesson and Colt retooled their revolver production to fill the .45 ACP gap in the military’s arsenal. In turn both companies produced M1917 revolvers.

It was a viable solution at the time and while it may not be in high demand today — a revolver to fire semi-auto ammo — Smith & Wesson continues to make .45 ACP revolvers for their loyal fans.

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Why I Favor a Complete Ban on ‘Aquatic Deathtraps’ aka Swimming Pools

| Politics & Guns, Abroad | Author: Web admin

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Our fearless leader in the White House, President Barack Hussein Obama believes we must do everything in our power to save lives, even if it involves stripping law-abiding citizens of their private property or infringing upon their constitutionally guaranteed rights.

In a gun-control stump speech in Minnesota last month, the president explained why we must be prepared to give up our freedom to save lives.

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50 Round SGM Glock Drum Mags

| Ammo, Handguns, Gun Accessories | Author: Denis Zalesnov

The SGM Tactical 50The SGM Tactical 50

When the Glock 17 was introduced in the 1982, its huge 17-shot magazine gave the pistol an 18-round capability.

For those who want more, there is always the SGM Drum, which holds an entire box of shells.

And that's a fifty round box.

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