Glock 29 10mm Carry Pistol

From Guns.com:

New for 2024, Glock is starting to evolve its 5th Generation offerings deeper into its subcompact lines, with the .45 ACP G30 and 10mm G29 tapped as the next two on the list, joining the 9mm G26 and .40 S&W G27.

The biggest updates among some 20 modifications from the old Gen 4 standard to the newer Gen 5 include deleting the finger grooves in favor of a straight grip, adding front slide serrations, an nDLC finish, ambidextrous slide stop levers, and an enhanced Glock Marksman Barrel. 

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FBI Claims White Supremacists Working With Islamists

From Ammoland:

The FBI defines RMVEs as “those that advocate for the superiority of the White race.” The document claims that Islamic “Foreign Terrorist Organizations” (FTOs) are likely discouraged from working with RMVEs due to distrust, but the FBI claims that some RMVEs are sympathetic to Islamists and want to pursue alliances with these groups. It seems like the FBI thinks these groups believe in the “enemy of my enemy is my friend” strategy. The FBI states that both RMVEs and FTOs are brought together by their anti-Semitism and their opposition to liberal Western democracy.

The FBI claims that RMVEs have sought an alliance with Islamic extremists to speed up the collapse of Western society through violence.

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Armed Attorneys Breakdown ATF’s New Gun Business Rule

From Armed Attorneys:

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Arkansas AG Wants ATF Bodycams From Raid

From Ammoland:

Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin has serious questions for ATF officials about their botched March 19 SWAT team raid, which killed Little Rock Airport executive director, Bryan Malinowski, in his home. And if ATF has bodycam footage of the fatal raid, Griffin wants to see that, too.

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Killer’s Manifesto Release Delayed Because Of Copyright?

From Bearing Arms:

The ongoing legal battle over the public release of the Covenant School killer’s writings took a strange turn on Wednesday, when the attorney representing victims and families who want to keep the material under wraps invoked a novel argument: releasing the material would be a violation of copyright law.

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Maine Bans Firearms Training

From Guns.com:

Mills last week signed into law a proposal, LD 2130, that makes it a Class D crime to conduct “unauthorized paramilitary training” in the state. The bill had been sent to the Democrat governor’s desk in a 20-14 vote by the state Senate and a narrow 72-71 roll call in the state House. While the law makes it a crime to gather and provide firearms or explosives instruction when ” training or demonstrating is intended to be used by the other person in or in furtherance of civil disorder,” the fuzzy language raised a flag with some as being too broad. 

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Armorer On Baldwin Movie Sentenced To 18 Months

From The Truth About Guns:

A New Mexico jury had found 25-year-old Hanna Gutierrez-Reed guilty of involuntary manslaughter back in early March. And on Monday, a judge handed down the maximum sentence to Gutierrez-Reed, citing her lack of remorse as one reason for that penalty.

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Attorneys On Retainer Is Alternative To Carry Insurance

From Attorneys on Retainer:

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Carrying In A National Park Is Still Confusing

From The Truth About Guns:

Sadly, visitors still face a bit of a minefield. While you can lawfully carry in a national park according to the laws of the state the park is in, “federal facilities” within the parks are still off limits. This basically means any building in which NPS personnel work, so the visitor center, many bathrooms and showers, and even some hotels are off limits. Worse, the National Park Service has stretched the reasonable definition of “building” to include natural structures like the caves at Carlsbad Caverns.

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Today’s Corporate Press Would Have Snitched On The Founding Fathers

From The Federalist:

Legacy media outlets don’t want social media users to post online anonymously because they want them to face retribution for what they post — even if it’s true.

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ATF Redefines Gun Sellers, One Step Closer To Banning Sales

From Cam and Company:

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FISA Stopped By Just A Few Brave Republicans

From The Federalist:

Nineteen Congressional Republicans helped tank a procedural vote on Wednesday, preventing the House from advancing a bill — backed by “Republican” Speaker Mike Johnson — that would renew government spying on American citizens without a warrant.

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Interview With Former Rhodesian SAS

From Sofrep interview:

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Missouri Shooting Club In Legal Peril, Gun Rights At Stake

From Ammoland:

During its heyday, the Glendale Shooting Club located near Robertsville, Missouri, was home to shotgun, silhouette, high-power rifle, handgun and Cowboy Action shooters. It hosted regular matches, including the Bauer Brothers Cup, and had around 400 active members.

Today, the clay shooting is long gone as are the matches, and the members – only around 140 remain – are writing personal checks to subsidize a convoluted and confusing legal fight that began 40 years ago.

The stakes are extremely high. If the club loses its legal battle, Missouri’s shooting range protection act could be declared unconstitutional, which could impact every firearm range in the Show Me State.

The Glendale Shooting Club has established a GiveSendGo page they hope will raise additional funds for its upcoming legal battles.

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Parents of School Shooter Sentenced To Decade In Prison

From Bearing Arms:

A Michigan judge went beyond the recommended guidelines on Tuesday when deciding how long James and Jennifer Crumbley will spend behind bars after being convicted for involuntary manslaughter in connection with the shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan in November, 2021. The parents of the shooter will spend the next decade in prison before they’re eligible for parole, and could serve fifteen years in custody on the involuntary manslaughter charges, though sentencing guidelines suggested a seven-year sentence was more appropriate. 

The sentence isn’t a deterrent for the Crumbleys or for the actual perpetrator of the attack at Oxford High. Their kid is already going to spend the rest of his life in prison for killing four students and injuring seven other students and staff. This is about sending a message to other gun-owning parents. 

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