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Shutterstock We the People of the Gun have debated constitutional carry vs. shall-issue for quite some time. The shall-issue debate breaks along the dividing line of a perfunctory NICS check vs. training/testing/qualification requirements. The debate is familiar so there’s no need to go over it again here. But it’s dawnedRead More →

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Shutterstock The Duke Center for Firearms Law had a few comments on the Corlett carry permit case recently taken up by the United States Supreme Court: The case–New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Corlett–centers on New York’s requirement that an applicant seeking an unrestricted license to carry aRead More →

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The continuing ammunition shortage is making people of the gun a tad desperate.  Perhaps it’s time to think about ammunition as a long-term proposition rather than a recurring annoyance.  We’ve long made use of reloading, which stretches the life of brass by several times.  But what do you do whenRead More →