NFL Bans Daniel Defense TV Ad from Super Bowl

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With the U.S.’s most anticipated sporting event approaching in just two weeks, the National Football League has announced it will not allow AR-15 manufacturer Daniel Defense to run it’s commercial during the 2014 Super Bowl.  The League has refused to air the ad on grounds the weapons manufacturer violates the NFL regulations for “prohibited advertising categories”. This is probably not a big loss for Daniel Defense considering all the …

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Judge Denies Request to Stop Coyote Killing Contest

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Judge William Cramer Jr. denied an emergency request lawsuit filed on January 17th by the Animal Legal Defense Fund in an attempt to postpone a coyote killing contest scheduled over the weekend in the high desert region of southeastern Oregon. The plaintiffs sought a temporary restraining order claiming the annual event violated state gamling laws. Judge Cramer stated the lawsuit …

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Ruger Recalls “American” Rimfire Rifles

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Ruger announced that it’s recalling the American Rimfire™ rifles chambered in .22 WMRF and .17 HMR (within the serial number range 830-34831 to 830-43880), and only rifles that were manufactured without a vent hole. The company says the hole do not serve any functional purpose during normal operation, but is a safety feature nonetheless that may help vent gas in …

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The Passing of a Legend: Mikhail Kalashnikov, Invetor of the AK-47, Dies at 94

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By Mike Stulce, Senior Editor His name will forever be synonymous with one of the most famous rifles in history. Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the famous AK-47, has died at the age of 94. Born in 1919 on the southern Siberian steppe, Mikhail Kalashnikov was the son of peasant parents. When he was eleven, during Joseph Stalin’s collectivization campaign, his parents had their …