California Moves Closer To Lead Ammo Ban

The first phase of the ban will begin this summer and requires non-lead ammo be used for all hunting on California’s state-run wildlife areas and reserves. Lead ammunition was already banned in the state’s condor areas, but beginning in July, no lead ammo will be permitted on California Department of Fish and Wildlife areas.
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UPDATED: 'Constitutional Carry' Advancing In States

Over the past few years pressure to do away with carry permit requirements altogether has grown. Four states, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, and Wyoming, have joined Vermont by adopting what has become known as "Constitutional Carry." Legislators in additional states are introducing bills to do the same.
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AK-47: Made In America?

In a surprising move, Russian AK-maker Kalashnikov is looking to plant its flag in the United States, establishing a manufacturing facility here to make the iconic AK-47 rifle.
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First Look At The Howa Mini Action Rifle

The mini action on this new Howa rifle cycles just a hair over 6 inches and weighs only 10.2 ounces, 12 percent shorter than short action bolts. This makes the rifle not only quicker and easier to cycle due to the shorter bolt throw, it saves precious ounces, too.
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Florida Legalizes Hunting with Suppressors

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to striking "silencer-equipped" from the state’s list of prohibitions in General Rules of Taking Game, making their use legal for hunting deer, gray squirrels, rabbits, wild turkeys, quail, and crow.
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