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Shooting tips: How to practice proper trigger control
Outdoor Life
Rifles only shooting instructor Jacob Bynum is a stickler when it comes to trigger control. And for good reason: If you don't pull the trigger straight back, it will send your bullet off target, especially at long ranges.
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Virginia: Officer, another man accused in gun buys
The Daily Times
A police officer in Rocky Mount and another man have been indicted on federal charges accusing them of acquiring guns through straw buyers to resell them at a profit. Media reports identified the two as 25-year-old James Marion Slate and 57-year-old David Carson Haskins of Henry County.
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Tips and Tactics with Kim Heath — Managing rifle weight
The Women's Outdoor Network
In this week's "Tips and Tactics" video, Women's Tactical Association Vice President, Kim Heath, educates us on "managing rifle weight." Be sure and check this video out before you head to the range this weekend.
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Translating 10 anti-gun propaganda phrases into English
The Daily Caller
Speaking of gun control advocates, that brings us to the Children's Defense Funds' latest offering, "Protect Children, Not Guns, 2013." If you can stand it, bear with us now, while we translate a representative sample of the CDF's gibberish into English, so the real gist of what the group is saying can be conveyed. Sticking with conventional practice, we'll go with a "Top Ten," of sorts.
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Outdoor groups endorse Senate effort to restore allotted $900 million to conservation fund
Outdoor Life
A wide range of conservation and outdoor recreation groups are lobbying in support of a Senate bill and resolution that both call for ending the "chronic diversion" of offshore oil and gas revenues from the Land and Water Conservation Fund into the federal government's general fund. On Feb. 14, Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., introduced the Land and Water Conservation Authorization and Funding Act of 2013 (S. 338). The bill, which demands "full and dedicated funding" of LWCF, has 30 cosponsors and has been referred to the Senate's Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
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Kidnap Express — Scenario from The Best Defense
Down Range TV
Unlike old dogs, it turns out that criminals can learn new tricks. When we talk about violent crimes, it’s not necessarily a mugging in an alley.
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In Newtown, Conn., gun permits surge after shooting
The Wall Street Journal
The number of people seeking permits to buy guns has surged in Newtown, Conn., following the December massacre of schoolchildren by a local man, even as the parents of some victims had urged stricter weapons laws nationwide. Through July 24, more than 200 people in Newtown have received new local pistol permits, according to a review of local records, surpassing the 171 new permits issued for all of last year. Such permits are prerequisites for Connecticut permits that allow people to purchase and carry pistols as well as rifles or shotguns.
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Virginia: Officer, another man accused in gun buys
The Daily Times
A police officer in Rocky Mount and another man have been indicted on federal charges accusing them of acquiring guns through straw buyers to resell them at a profit.

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Glock 23 Gen 4 40 S&W, $650
Gun Reports
Gun Reports were able to get their hands on two mighty popular guns for this test, a couple of the potent 40-caliber mid-size pistols that they also compare to the two forties they tested in the March 2013 issue.

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Gun charge dropped against man who shot pit bull attacking child in Washington DC
The Washington Post
It happened so quickly that Ben Srigley didn't have time to ponder his lawbreaking.

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'Keep your guns out of our city': Bloomberg responds to his pro-gun critics
Capital New York
Now that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has made himself the face of the modern-day gun control movement, critics have assailed him for using both his own deep pockets and city resources to lobby for gun control in other states. Virginia is the number one exporter of guns used in crimes in New York, followed by North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Alabama, Texas and West Virginia.
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ATF confiscating drop in auto sears
Ammo Land
Drop in auto sears were originally unregulated, but in 1981 ATF declared them to be machineguns if possessed in conjunction with the other parts needed to make a conversion, but the agency made their new determination apply only to DIAS's manufactured after Nov. 1, 1981. Now ATF is apparently using the records of a man who openly sold the devices for decades to track down purchasers and take their property as contraband — with the real possibility of then prosecuting those people.
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