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Morphix Technologies Chameleon a Wearable Chemical Detector Approved by US SAFETY Act

By Laura Burgess Morphix Technologies Chameleon a Wearable Chemical Detector Approved by US SAFETY Act Morphix Technologies Virginia Beach, Va. –-(Ammoland.com)- Morphix Technologies, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, is pleased to announce that the Chameleon, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to 10 different hazards at one time in a variety ...

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Houston, We Have A (1st Amendment) Problem!

By Ammoland By Chuck Norris Mayor Annise Parker joyfully greeting President Obama on a recent visit to Houston. Chuck Norris Dallas, TX – -(Ammoland.com)- It all started in September, when Houston Mayor Annise Parker and City Attorney David Feldman issued an “overly broad” subpoena for the sermons of select ministers who opposed the city’s equal rights ordinance. Because of intense ...

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UK Gun Owners Now Subject to Surprise Warrantless Firearm Storage ‘Inspections’

By Ammoland UK Gun Owners Now Subject to Surprise Warrantless Firearm Storage ‘Inspections’ NRA – ILA Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- A new firearm policy from the United Kingdom Home Office, put in force on October 15 2014, has accelerated the once-proud nation’s devolution into a police state. The Home Office’s October 2014 “Guide on Firearms Licensing Law” adds a new rule ...

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Bass Pro Shops to Open New World Wide Sportsman Store in North Palm Beach, Florida

By Justin Stakes Company’s 15th Florida store will specialize in saltwater tackle and boats. Artist’s rendering of Bass Pro Shops World Wide Sportsman store in North Palm Beach, Florida. Bass Pro Shops North Palm Beach, FL -(Ammoland.com)- Bass Pro Shops, America’s outdoor retailer specializing in hunting, fishing, boating, camping and other related outdoor gear, is proud to announce plans for ...

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Supreme Court to decide whether felons can sell their guns

By Chris Eger After shying away from a number of potentially pivotal Second Amendment cases in recent months, the Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether a gun owner convicted of a felony has the rights to sell off his gun collection. In the case Henderson v. United States, Tony Henderson surrendered 15 guns to the Federal Bureau of Investigation ...

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A Blaze Books exclusive excerpt from Dana Loesch’s new ‘Hands off My Gun’

By Benjamin Weingarten TheBlaze’s Dana Loesch has a new book out today that is sure to make gun control activists apoplectic. Loesch’s provocative new “Hands Off My Gun” provides the intellectual firepower to stifle even the most ardent Second Amendment opponents, drawing on Loesch’s personal experiences with anti-gun trolls and a vast amount of substantive research. Dana Loesch and Ted ...

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FMG Publications Sponsors Smith & Wesson IDPA Back Up Gun Nationals

By Ammoland International Defensive Pistol Association BERRYVILLE, Ark. –-(Ammoland.com)- FMG Publications, one of the leading magazine publishers catering to the firearms enthusiast and shooting sports participant, and owner of such well respected titles as American Handgunner and GUNS Magazine, has signed on as a returning sponsor of the Smith & Wesson IDPA Back Up Gun Nationals. FMG Publications joins Apex ...

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Aimpoint Launches New Carbine Optic

By Justin Stakes New sight specifically designed for use on AR-15 and M4 carbine style rifles Aimpoint Chantilly, VA -(Ammoland.com)- Aimpoint, the originator and worldwide leader in electronic red dot sighting technology, has announced the introduction of a new sight designed specifically for modern sporting rifles such as the AR-15. This new product, known as the Aimpoint Carbine Optic (ACO), ...

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City repeals thumbprint requirement for gun purchases

By Chris Eger ISRA Executive Director Richard Pearson Following the possibility of litigation from a state gun rights group, the Peoria, Illinois City Council rolled back a city ordinance that would have required potential gun buyers to provide their thumbprint. The move came after news of a planned lawsuit by the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) against the city’s Concealable ...

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