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    The problem is in the federal definition of...

    The problem is in the federal definition of "firearm silencer" or "firearm muffler." The definition includes "any combination of parts, designed or redesigned, and intended for use in assembling or...
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    My phone isn't letting me select text in your...

    My phone isn't letting me select text in your quote for some reason, so please excuse the block quote.

    I'm the editor, but I likely am on the spectrum.

    I've actually read the study, but I...
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    I think you missed the sarcasm in citing the...

    I think you missed the sarcasm in citing the positives for gun owners in their findings. When David Hemenway and Daniel Webster agree with us that that we can't understand how a study got published,...
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    The content is outside of my wheelhouse, but the...

    The content is outside of my wheelhouse, but the Lancet isn't above putting politics over methods:...
  5. The House did pass reciprocity. I was on the...

    The House did pass reciprocity.

    I was on the Metro headed to the committee hearing on the SHARE Act (included HPA) when the congressional baseball shooting happened.

    You may think that the...
  6. The statute says what it say. To be a rifle, the...

    The statute says what it say. To be a rifle, the firearm needs to be "designed, made, and intended to be fired from the shoulder . . . ." No one who ever set out to design and make a stock made...
  7. If you haven't already, please contact DOJ by...

    If you haven't already, please contact DOJ by clicking the link in Q's letter or the one on our page...
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    It always has. That info is just at the top on...

    It always has. That info is just at the top on the new form per requests from industry. That info is not communicated to FBI as part of a NICS check. It is maintained by the FFL for firearms tracing...
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    He doesn't even think the Second Amendment...

    He doesn't even think the Second Amendment protects an individual right:
    https://www.nraila.org/articles/20200921/joe-biden-told-voters-the-second-amendment-does-not-protect-an-individual-right
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    Vortex and Athlon make excellent precision...

    Vortex and Athlon make excellent precision rimfire options. I'm running an Athlon Midas Tac on my T1X and a Vortex Diamondback Tactical on my 10/22. Both have worked well for me.
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    I guess we'll see, but Hawley already publicly...

    I guess we'll see, but Hawley already publicly said he thinks she'll be seated by Halloween. I doubt he'd be so specific if they didn't have a plan.
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    Cloture or on the nominee? Some votes on the...

    Cloture or on the nominee? Some votes on the latter are definitely possible.
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    That model looks like nonsense. How do they know...

    That model looks like nonsense. How do they know who was the swing vote? The justices' deliberations are secret. It also shows democrat appointees trending conservative when casting a so-called swing...
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    For those interested in reading more about...

    For those interested in reading more about contemporaneous rights provisions with the same drafting style see Volokh's The Commonplace Second Amendment. https://www2.law.ucla.edu/volokh/common.htm
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    There are quite a few examples of judges and...

    There are quite a few examples of judges and justices using originalism and textualism to come to a result that is pretty clearly opposed to their personal beliefs. The whole point of these...
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    Read Barrett's dissent in Kanter: ...

    Read Barrett's dissent in Kanter:
    http://media.ca7.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/rssExec.pl?Submit=Display&Path=Y2019/D03-15/C:18-1478:J:Flaum:aut:T:fnOp:N:2309276:S:0.

    There are a number of cases that...
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    I haven't heard of any issues with the Tikka...

    I haven't heard of any issues with the Tikka shouldered prefits from Proof. I was surprised when they came out, but Tikkas must be consistent enough to make shouldered prefits.
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    KSS tuner? I just ordered one for my .22...

    KSS tuner? I just ordered one for my .22 competition rifle. Seems to be the solution for sorting out harmonics when shooting factory ammo where you can't change seating depth or powder charge.
  19. We definitely agree on that. Maybe it's because I...

    We definitely agree on that. Maybe it's because I work in a profession with mandatory malpractice insurance, but I certainly wouldn't want to do something on a daily basis that risks personal...
  20. I wouldn't say it's a coin flip based on those...

    I wouldn't say it's a coin flip based on those facts. That selection sample is likely of cases where a plaintiff's attorney thinks the facts justify the effort to bring the case. I wouldn't expect...
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    I agree that he's likely talking about delays. A...

    I agree that he's likely talking about delays. A lot of transactions need very minimal human input to clear a delay (usually misidentification since NICS is name-based). For firearm purchases, the...
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    It depends on the barrel. As soon as I think...

    It depends on the barrel.

    As soon as I think a gun might not be shooting as well, I'll clean, so I might not be the best person to ask. I usually see it as a small change. A rifle that is a...
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    Most barrels need at least an initial cleaning to...

    Most barrels need at least an initial cleaning to remove copper after 50 or so rounds (assuming you don't do "break-in" procedure which is really just a way to avoid a more substantial initial...
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    I've always used the cheap Tipton one.

    I've always used the cheap Tipton one.
  25. I think trying to shoot several different drills...

    I think trying to shoot several different drills while working on skills improvement is a mistake. Especially at higher skill levels, improvement is going to take a lot of repetitions. I'd be better...
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