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A leading, national wholesale distributor for outdoor equipment, Hicks, Inc. is now distributing the pocket-sized, folding .22LR LifeCard pistol. Trailblazer Lifecard .22LR pistol Asheville, N.C. (Ammoland.com) Trailblazer® Firearms, makers of the smallest folding .22LR pistol, proudly announce it has signed Hicks, Inc. as a wholesale distributor for the LifeCard® folding, single-action .22LR pistol. The diminutive
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NRA / Smith Wesson long range school Utah Wasatch mountains: Spotting scopes, shooting mats, rangefinders, secondary spotters glassing, and more is required to hit something in the next zip code down range. USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Long range shooting requires some specialized gear or long range shooting accessories to accomplish the task at hand as painlessly
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The bump stock attached to an AR rifle. (Photo: Eve Flanigan/Guns.com) Texas-based Slide Fire says the financial institution that processed transactions for its online store is holding “hostage” more than $1.6 million in an effort to force the gun accessory maker into a less favorable business agreement. By withholding the funds, Utah-based Merrick Bank Corporation
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University of Houston Campus Police Choose Battle Rifle Company Houston, TX –-(Ammoland.com)- Battle Rifle Company has been selected as the service provider for the rifle needs of the University of Houston Main Campus Police Department. This month the university received their first ten BR4 Spartan rifles for use by officers on patrol throughout the campus system. The BR4
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The Vedder IWB holster is simple. The steel belt clip can be moved half an inch up or down, and by loosening a tension screw it can pivot 30 degrees. You can get a 1.5-inch belt clip (mounted) and/or a 1.75-inch belt clip. I’ve been interested in firearms for long enough that I can remember
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Look for the powerful Springfield Armory M1A in 6.5 Creedmoor & The One and Only Left-Handed M14 By Bula Defense on the cover – articles by Dr. Will Dabbs & Gus Norcross! Other articles include:   Book of the AK47 Editor David Fortier explores the development of the 7.62×51 inFeeding the M14! Firearms author Frank Iannamico examines the rare R14
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Some guns blaze through history and forever change the face of firearms design.  The 1860 Henry Patent Rifle, though short lived, did just that. It’s now recognized as one of America’s greatest contributions to firearms design.  With originals rare and expensive—think $25,000 to $100,000—reproductions are the closest most of us will ever get to appreciating
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Smith and Wesson revolvers are among my favorite handguns for collecting, shooting, hunting, and for personal defense. They are able to present a confluence of 19th, 20th, and 21st century design and appearance into very desirable handguns. The Bodyguard is also available without a laser. Among the most efficient personal defense choices is the Smith
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The Clark County Board resolution passed last week argues a number of proposed gun control bills backed by state lawmakers violate people’s constitutional rights. (Photo: Clark County Court Reporter’s office) The County Board of Clark County in southeastern Illinois on Friday passed a resolution to oppose a long list of pending gun control bills and
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Even regular readers of The Shooter’s Log can’t read or respond to all of the comments, so we have started a new weekly feature that will recap a sampling of the most active, interesting, or on occasion, randomly selected comments from the previous weeks. Feel free to respond with your two cents at the bottom of this
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Illinois-based Springfield Armory announced Thursday they are expanding their line of lightweight 911 model single-stack handguns with a variant that isn’t quite as flashy as their normal stainless offering. Featuring a 416 stainless slide and barrel treated in a corrosion-resistant black nitride finish, the new model 911 now shipping still uses a 7075 T6 aluminum
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Gunsite Academy, Inc. recently had issues with credit card processing company Intuit. Intuit suspended Gunsite’s account as Intuit does not believe firearms sales are made “face-to-face” and was in violation of their policy. Gunsite recognizes Intuit as a privately owned and operated company and can practice business as they wish. However, monies collected for services
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