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Shooting Myths: Knockdown Power
Video source: Outdoor Hub Knockdown adjective Capable of knocking something down; overwhelming; irresistible: a knockdown blow. Internet lore referring to the ability of large guns like .45s and shotguns to literally knock people off their feet. Last week, I wrote about Ten Examples of the Internet’s Worst Gun... Read more
9-year-old competitive shooter schools NJ officials over proposed gun control bill
Image source: Patriot Outdoor News From the mouths of babes. Check it out: From the mouths of babes. Meet Shyanne Roberts, a 9-year-old competitive shooter who was permitted to speak before the New Jersey Law and Public Safety Committee in Trenton, N.J., on Thursday to air her views on... Read more
Public Hearing Set for Proposed 160 Acre Public Artificial Reef Site
AUSTIN— The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing to create a new 160 acre public artificial reef site south of the Galveston Jetties. The proposed site is six and a half miles from the shoreline in about 48 feet of water. A public hearing to discuss the proposal... Read more
Wyoming Welder Faces $75,000 a Day in EPA Fines Over What He Built on His Own Property
Image source: The Blaze Andy Johnson, a hardworking welder in Wyoming, and his wife put their “blood, sweat and tears” into building a stock pond on their 8-acre farm. They constructed it with their bare hands, filling it with brook and brown trout and even bringing in ducks and... Read more
Ram 1500 named Consumer Reports top pick
For the first time in 16 years, the a Chrysler truck has been named the Consumer Reports top pick in the truck category. While this is obviously not the first award that the Ram brand vehicle has won, it is another feather in the hat of a truck team... Read more
Footage Captures the Moment Federal Agents Storm Calif. Gun Parts Store
Video source: The Blaze Federal agents on Saturday executed a search warrant on a gun parts store in California, despite the store owner filing a temporary restraining order against their agency. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had demanded that Dimitri Karras, the CEO of Ares Armor... Read more
Oklahoma Sheriffs Visiting State Capitol Building Ordered to Disarm — How Do You Suppose They Responded?
Image source: The Blaze Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert traveled to Oklahoma City, the state’s capitol, earlier this week with 40 other sheriffs from around the state like they do every year — to meet with politicians and lobby. Everything was going fine in the state capitol building on Tuesday.... Read more
“Smart gun” only fires when close to RFID device
Detailed by the Washington Post earlier this week, the Armatix iP1 is a handgun that is only capable of firing when in range of the included waterproof wristwatch. Utilizing a RFID chip with a proximity of about ten inches, a light just above the grip will turn green when the gun is ready... Read more