Virgina’s State Supreme Court has let stand a ruling that spit wads are “weapons” and using them is “criminal.”
The argument came in the case of Andrew Mikel II, who was a freshman last school year and an honor student, when he was kicked out of Spotsylvania High School based on a claim by school officials that the “spit wad” was “violent criminal conduct.”
Staff Sargent Daniel Horner of the US Army’s Marksmanship Unit used the new 300 AAC Blackout cartridge to win first overall in the Tactical Optics division of the 2011 USPSA MultiGun National Championship, held outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.
300 AAC Blackout was launched by Advanced Armament Corp. and Remington primarily for the military as a way to shoot 30 caliber bullets from the M4/AR15 platform while using standard magazines, but is expected to see a lot of use for hunting, plinking, and home defense as well. The concept Read more
In a major legal victory, a federal judge has ruled in favor of the National Rifle Association and the federal Bureau of Land Management, throwing a lawsuit filed by an environmental group, the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), out of U.S. District Court in Phoenix, Ariz. The case is Center for Biological Diversity v. U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Safari Club International had joined the case as a “friend of the court” and assisted NRA with its successful efforts. Read more
Shawnee Mission Kansas – Imagine a powder that greatly deters copper fouling while you shoot! It’s here, Hodgdon® introduces CFE™223 powder. Originally developed for U.S. rapid fire military systems,
CFE™223 incorporates this proprietary chemistry named “Copper Fouling Eraser.” Read more