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    Lawsuit in Missouri against Academy Sports for Selling Ammunition

    Lawsuit in Missouri against Academy Sports for Selling Ammunition U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- On 1 May, 2020, Attorney Craig Heidemann filed a lawsuit against Academy Sports, contending they contributed to the unlawful death of Aaron “Josh” Hampton, who was one of the roommates of Luis Perez. Perez is an illegal immigrant accused of murdering Hampton, another “roommate” […] More

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    Federal Premium Ammunition Unveils PUNCH Defensive Ammo

    A box of the newly announced Federal Punch 9mm and a Glock pistol. Anoka, Minnesota -(AmmoLand.com)- New Punch draws from Federal Ammunition’s decades of experience designing the world’s finest defensive handgun loads. The bullet’s skived jacket and soft lead core produce the best expansion and penetration in its class, while its nickel-plated brass and sealed […] More

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    D. B. Wesson is Born

    D. B. Wesson’s home in Springfield, MA Massachusetts – -(AmmoLand.com)- On May 18, 1825, Daniel Baird Wesson was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. He began working in the firearms industry at 18 with an apprenticeship to his older brother Edwin. Daniel Baird Wesson It was at Edwin’s shop that he met his future-wife, Cynthia, whose father disapproved […] More

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    Second Amendment Freedoms Deserve Promotion & Protection

    Opinion by Tom King, President of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association. Andrew Cuomo: Why should the New York Governor have the right to refuse law-abiding citizens their right to protect themselves and their families? New York – -(AmmoLand.com)- The ongoing call to keep gun stores closed (and attack the National Rifle Association […] More

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    NRA: The Streak Continues: April Sets NICS Record

    The NRA reported that April set a new gun background checks record after March had just set a new one. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)-April 2020 set another record for background checks conducted through the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Check System (NICS). The FBI NICS office conducted 2,911,128 background checks last month – a nearly 25% increase from the […] More

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    MD Gov. Hogan Vetoes Ban on Private Transfers of Long Guns

    Governor Larry Hogan upheld the rights of legal gun-owners in MD. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Long guns represent the smallest fraction of all firearms used in crimes in the United States. Despite this, most Democratic politicians can’t stop wringing their hands over the prospect of banning them. Recently, Maryland was the target of one such ban. […] More

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    Giffords’ and Democrat Mayors’ Plea to Congress Can Only Make Urban Violence Worse

    Convincing them the problem is with the guns is just another swindle in the long con. (Giffords/Facebook) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Four people were killed and 41 others were wounded in shootings across Chicago so far over the first weekend of May,” Sun-Times Media Wire reported Monday. “Twenty-one of the weekend’s victims were shot in a seven-hour […] More

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    Senators Warn Banks Not to Use Recovery Funds to Starve Gun Business

    By Larry Keane The NSSF reports that US Senators are warning politicians not to use COVID-19 to shut down businesses they don’t like. U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- U.S. Senators are warning big banks not to use the recent pandemic recovery funds as a bludgeon against industries they find out of fashion. In other words, don’t use taxpayer […] More

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    Congressional Ally Updates Firearm Industry Association Members

    By Matt Manda It’s good to have friends in high places on your side, like US Rep. Ted Budd of NC. U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)-It’s good to have friends in the fight. The coronavirus pandemic is causing economic hardship and worry for millions of Americans. Fortunately, the firearm and ammunition industry has allies in Congress to protect […] More

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    Primary Arms 5x ACSS Gen 2 Prism Scope Review

    The Primary Arms 5x ACSS Compact Prism Scope is available in both black and FDE. U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- When it comes to combat optics, there is a misconception that shooters need to spend big money to get a quality scope. This is partially fueled by the legendary durability of Trijicon ACOGs that normally run around $1,000 […] More

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