Michigan Gun News

Learn all about the political candidates and events that shape your life here in the great state of Michigan.

The “Romanian Dragunov” Returns

The Firearm Blog has the scoop at the link and Circle 10 has released the information that the PSL 54C’s are returning to Century Arms. These Dragunov lookalikes are actually overbuilt AK’s that fire the 7.62x54r and are designed as a designated marksman rifle. They fulfill that eastern/com-bloc want for the famous Russian semi-auto precision rifle at a much more affordable …

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Not Everyone Should Have a Gun…

I believe in the Second Amendment… But… But nothing. As a human being you are endowed with the inalienable right of self defense and as such are able to bear arms, training, and take appropriate actions for the protection of yourself, your family, and your community. Defense of you and yours is as natural an act as eating and breathing. …

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Don’t Like Being a Guinea Pig? Opinion 7304 To The Rescue!

From Mike Westra   Does the thought of being required to register your guns with the government send shivers down your spine? Do you worry about them coming for your guns? For decades residents of Michigan have been required by law to turn in a pistol sales record/registration form for every handgun to their local police jurisdiction within 10 days …

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Don’t Like Being a Guinea Pig? Opinion 7304 To The Rescue!

From Mike Westra,   Does the thought of being required to register your guns with the government send shivers down your spine? Do you worry about them coming for your guns? For decades residents of Michigan have been required by law to turn in a pistol sales record/registration form for every handgun to their local police jurisdiction within 10 days …

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Michigan Second Amendment March 2018

This years Second Amendment March was the largest one yet.  Roughly 400-500 firearms enthusiasts gathered right on the front lawn and steps of the Michigan State Capital building. Most of the attendees proudly open carried everything from relics and handguns to rifles and shotguns making the capital building the safest place in the state of Michigan at the time. Walking …

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3 Gun Fun!

From Team Hollis A few weeks ago my husband and I attended a 3 gun competition at South Kent Sportsman’s Club (http://www.sksc.org/). It was my first three gun match so instinctively I was a bundle of nerves, not knowing expectations and course rules. But after an hour or so of being there I decided that this was going to be …

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The 2A Today

Well readers Massachusetts ban on ‘Assault Weapons’ stands with U.S. District Judge William Young dismissing the lawsuit challenging the measure. Young said assault weapons are military firearms and aren’t protected by the constitutional right to “bear arms.” Regulation of the weapons is a matter of policy, not for the courts, he said. States can individually decided whether or not to allow …

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A Grand A Day for Your 2A Rights, Deerfield Illinois

Fines up to $1,000 a day for residents of Deerfield Illinois who do not comply with the new ‘Assault Weapon’ and ‘High Capacity Magazine’ ban. High capacity magazines are defined as having a capacity over 10 rounds. Assault weapons are defined as semi-auto rifles and handguns that can take these magazines. AR’s, AK’s, SKS’s, etc. Fairly typical AWB langauge. Deerfield, IL …

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Mr. Hogg… David… Shut Up. Just for a Second, Cool your Jets and then Speak

Mr. David Hogg, You are sabotaging your message more effectively than any external group possibly could. The display of ignorance, arrogance, and vehement disregard of dissent lends you no credence where you need it. You do not need the allies for gun control that you currently have. They were waiting for you or someone like you to advance a tired …

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The Fix NICS QB Sneak, President vs. Bumpstocks, and a 17 Year Old who can’t vote teaches you how to Democracy… in a Republic.

What a weekend. With the spending omnibus passed the Fix NICS language of Senator John Cornyn’s bill is now law and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is getting money for gun violence research. The effects of both of these additions to the budget extension could be catastrophic if other policy shifts along with them. In short. Fix …

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