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Candidate Calling for More Gun Laws Proves Gun Laws Don’t Stop Crime

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  Karen Mallard, a school teacher and Democrat running for Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, wants new gun laws.  She proved her conviction by breaking the law and posting the act on her Facebook page.  Original post is embedded below. Yes, Ms. Mallard created an unregistered Short Barreled Rifle, and she claims in interviews following the act that she knew she …

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SHOT Show Organizers Call on ATF to Review Bump Fire Stocks

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The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) released a joint statement with the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) requesting ATF review of bump fire stocks, something the ATF has already done a reported four times.  Each of those reviews resulted in the ATF determining that bump fire stocks violate no laws regardless of their purpose or effect.  However, that …

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The Maxim 50 is Now the Maxim 47?

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It was bound to happen. California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts have each served SilencerCo with legal challenges to their new Maxim 50 integrally suppressed muzzleloader.  These party pooper states are upset that their existing laws don’t actually ban something that makes gun people happy, even though it takes forever to load and is still very loud and smoky despite the …

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Petitions Are Fine, But Legislation Is Final

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Recently, a whitehouse.gov petition calling for a repeal of the National Firearms Act reached the 100,000 signatures required for a response from the White House.  That’s certainly great news, but the bad news is twofold: first, this White House hasn’t responded to a single petition and will possibly never do so; second, the petition itself doesn’t change a thing even with a …