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NOW, MORE THAN EVER, THERE COULDN'T BE A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME FOR A PRO-SECOND AMENDMENT DEMONSTRATION TO OCCUR AT PENNSYLVANIA’S EASTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL. OVER THE PAST FEW MONTHS, THE LEFT HAS MADE A SWIFT ATTEMPT TO TAKE AWAY SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS: "WE DON'T WANNA TAKE YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT AWAY, WE JUST WANNA MAKE IT HARDER TO GET A GUN," OR "WE JUST WANNA TAKE AWAY 'ASSAULT RIFLES,' NOT ALL GUNS."WHILE HIS CLASSMATES WILL BE JOINING A SCHOOL WALKOUT TO COMMEMORATE THE 19TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLUMBINE SHOOTING, ONE PARKLAND STUDENT WILL BE HOSTING CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM. KYLE KASHUV, A CONSERVATIVE STUDENT AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL IN PARKLAND, FLA., ANNOUNCED ON TWITTER HE WILL BE HOSTING FOUR PROMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM “TO DISCUSS WAYS TO SAVE LIVES WITHOUT INFRINGING ON 2A [SECOND AMENDMENT] AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NOT BULLYING.”IN FEBRUARY, WITH THE NEWS CAMERAS ROLLING OUTSIDE AN INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, U.S. ATTORNEY JOSH MINKLER STEPPED TO THE PODIUM FOR TWO REASONS. HE ANNOUNCED THE RESULTS OF A MULTI-AGENCY INVESTIGATION CALLED OPERATION LITTLE DIPPER. MEMBERS OF A VIOLENT GANG WHO TRAFFICKED GUNS AND DRUGS, HE SAID, WERE NOW OFF THE STREETS.REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS ON THURSDAY PRESSED A FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICIAL TO ADDRESS MOVES BY BANKS TO STOP DOING SOME BUSINESS WITH THE GUN INDUSTRY IN THE WAKE OF A DEADLY SHOOTING AT A FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL IN FEBRUARY. FED VICE CHAIRMAN FOR SUPERVISION RANDAL QUARLES REPLIED THAT IT WASN’T HIS ROLE TO SECOND-GUESS BANKS’ BUSINESS DECISIONS RELATED TO THE GUN DEBATE.ONE OF THE BIGGEST U.S. ONLINE GUN MARKETS CAN BE HELD LIABLE FOR NEGLIGENCE FOR THE PRIVATE SALE OF A WEAPON USED IN A FATAL SHOOTING SPREE, WISCONSIN’S HIGHEST COURT SAID IN THE FIRST DECISION OF ITS KIND. ARMSLIST.COM ISN’T PROTECTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT OF 1996, WHICH LARGELY IMMUNIZES ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR POSTS BY THIRD-PARTIES, THE STATE SUPREME COURT SAID IN REVERSING A LOWER COURT’S RULING.

New for 2018, The Weatherby® Vanguard® First Lite Rifle In Eight Popular Calibers

Paso Robles, CA, January 12, 2018 – The first thing hunters notice about the Vanguard First Lite big game rifle, aside from Weatherby’s legendary fit and finish, is the gun’s stock. The Monte Carlo design, complete with a right-side palm swell and textured forearm and grip areas, is appointed with innovative First Lite Fusion camo. The pattern is not a typical pixel- or tree-style variation. Instead, it’s a proprietary mix of “crackalature” shapes and colors derived through nature-based algorithms and oriented for macro and micro disruption. Simply put, the camo pattern removes an object’s outline at distances from 2-2,000 yards.

Hunters can select their Vanguard First Lite in four flat-shooting, hard-hitting Weatherby Magnum calibers (240 Wby Mag, 257 Wby Mag, 6.5-300 Wby Mag, and 300 Wby Mag) and four traditional rounds (270 Win, 308 Win, 30-06 Sprg and 300 Win). All calibers feature cold hammer-forged fluted barrels with #2 contours, finished in Flat Dark Earth Cerakote® for stealth and protection from the elements. The barrel length is 26″ (28″ OAL with standard Accubrake) for magnum chamberings and 24″ (26″ OAL with standard Accubrake) for non-magnum calibers and 240 Wby Mag.

Additional standard features on the Vanguard First Lite include a fluted, one-piece machined bolt body and fully-enclosed bolt sleeve, an integral recoil lug, hinged floorplate, 3-position safety and an adjustable match-grade, two-stage trigger that pulls crisp and breaks clean for accurate shooting. In fact, the Vanguard First Lite is so accurate that it carries a SUB-MOA accuracy guarantee (.99” or less 3-shot group at 100 yards when used with Weatherby factory or premium ammunition).

For more information about this fine-looking, great-shooting Vanguard rifle, along with details on Weatherby’s accuracy guarantee, visit www.Weatherby.com.

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BREAKING :
NOW, MORE THAN EVER, THERE COULDN'T BE A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME FOR A PRO-SECOND AMENDMENT DEMONSTRATION TO OCCUR AT PENNSYLVANIA’S EASTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL. OVER THE PAST FEW MONTHS, THE LEFT HAS MADE A SWIFT ATTEMPT TO TAKE AWAY SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS: "WE DON'T WANNA TAKE YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT AWAY, WE JUST WANNA MAKE IT HARDER TO GET A GUN," OR "WE JUST WANNA TAKE AWAY 'ASSAULT RIFLES,' NOT ALL GUNS."WHILE HIS CLASSMATES WILL BE JOINING A SCHOOL WALKOUT TO COMMEMORATE THE 19TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLUMBINE SHOOTING, ONE PARKLAND STUDENT WILL BE HOSTING CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM. KYLE KASHUV, A CONSERVATIVE STUDENT AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL IN PARKLAND, FLA., ANNOUNCED ON TWITTER HE WILL BE HOSTING FOUR PROMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS ON A FACEBOOK LIVESTREAM “TO DISCUSS WAYS TO SAVE LIVES WITHOUT INFRINGING ON 2A [SECOND AMENDMENT] AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NOT BULLYING.”IN FEBRUARY, WITH THE NEWS CAMERAS ROLLING OUTSIDE AN INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, U.S. ATTORNEY JOSH MINKLER STEPPED TO THE PODIUM FOR TWO REASONS. HE ANNOUNCED THE RESULTS OF A MULTI-AGENCY INVESTIGATION CALLED OPERATION LITTLE DIPPER. MEMBERS OF A VIOLENT GANG WHO TRAFFICKED GUNS AND DRUGS, HE SAID, WERE NOW OFF THE STREETS.REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS ON THURSDAY PRESSED A FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICIAL TO ADDRESS MOVES BY BANKS TO STOP DOING SOME BUSINESS WITH THE GUN INDUSTRY IN THE WAKE OF A DEADLY SHOOTING AT A FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL IN FEBRUARY. FED VICE CHAIRMAN FOR SUPERVISION RANDAL QUARLES REPLIED THAT IT WASN’T HIS ROLE TO SECOND-GUESS BANKS’ BUSINESS DECISIONS RELATED TO THE GUN DEBATE.ONE OF THE BIGGEST U.S. ONLINE GUN MARKETS CAN BE HELD LIABLE FOR NEGLIGENCE FOR THE PRIVATE SALE OF A WEAPON USED IN A FATAL SHOOTING SPREE, WISCONSIN’S HIGHEST COURT SAID IN THE FIRST DECISION OF ITS KIND. ARMSLIST.COM ISN’T PROTECTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT OF 1996, WHICH LARGELY IMMUNIZES ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR POSTS BY THIRD-PARTIES, THE STATE SUPREME COURT SAID IN REVERSING A LOWER COURT’S RULING.