Archive | June, 2017

Federal Ammunition makes third cut in jobs since March

“Federal Cartridge laid off another 14 workers this week, bringing the number of workers dismissed so far this year to 186 as the Anoka-based ammunition maker copes with declining demand. In three actions since March 1, Federal Cartridge has downsized from 1,430 workers in Anoka to about 1,246. The most recent layoff occurred Wednesday, affecting […]

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Canadian sniper sets incredible world record with 2.2-mile shot hitting ISIS fighter

“A Canadian sniper set what appears to be a record, picking off an ISIS fighter from some 2.2 miles away, and disrupting a potentially deadly operation by the terror group in Iraq. Shooting experts say the fatal shot at a world-record distance of 11,316 feet underscores how stunningly sophisticated military snipers are becoming. The feat, […]

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Seattle gun tax failure? Firearm sales plummet, violence spikes after law passes

“When the City of Seattle passed a tax on all sales of guns and ammunition, the measure was hailed as a way to defray the rising costs of gun violence. But since the tax took effect, those costs have only risen as gun violence in the city has surged. And the tax has apparently brought […]

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Summer Membership Drive! Find Out what SDCGO Is Doing To Bring Your Gun Rights Back To San Diego County!

  If you are not a member yet then come out to our summer events and find out who we are and how we are bringing gun rights back to San Diego County and then the whole state of CA. If you are a member then these summer events are a perfect way to bring […]

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New record: America arms itself, taking necessary steps to defend selves

“The spurt in terror attacks, including the recent two in England, are pushing gun sales into record territory just months after predictions that the election of a pro-gun president would end the rush. The FBI just reported that the number of gun sales background checks for May was the highest ever for that month, 1,942,677, […]

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