.22 Long Rifle

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    Eleven-year-old Nathaniel Abraham of Pontiac, Michigan is in custody for the murder of Ronnie Green, awaiting the beginnings of a long trial balancing his actions with the appropriate consequences. Based on the mental status and the treatment that Nathaniel Abraham was given as a child gives you insight as to how it is unlikely Nathaniel had a full understanding as to what is right and wrong at the time of the incident. Based off of Nathaniel’s inability to understand behavior control he should be treated with a blended sentence including time within a juvenile center until he shows a tremendous amount of improvement and if not to be placed in an adult prison at 21. While growing up Nathaniel had to deal with several negative factors that…

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    10/22 Ruger Reflection

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    This weeks lesson over the 10/22 Ruger was very intresting being that I do not own one and have never really wanted to until this lesson. For me I thought it was just a simple 22 long rifle that you can put a cheap scope on since there hardly any recoil. After reading this lesson I found that there is tones of accessories out there. I did'nt even know there was TruGlo optic sights that were made for the rifle. For me thought I would have to first figuer out what kind of stock I would like to…

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    Informative Essay On Rifle

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    been a hunter for about as long as I can remember. My dad used to take me out into the woods where we would hunt deer and elk. I learned all about tracking and finding animals until I had my first kill when I was ten. Since then, I’ve been hooked. Today I’m going to talk to you about the most important piece of equipment a hunter can own: his rifle. While good hunting technique will help ensure that you bag your next deer, without the right gun you won’t be able to do much of anything out in the…

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    The Hunt Continues After Deer Season For many hunters around the United States, after fall deer season there is a lull between hunting seasons. Many just wait around the house and get bored and there shooting skills start to dull. They just wait until spring when waterfowl and turkey season starts. Most states have small game open, yet it’s not the same as long distance, precision shooting for deer and other large game animals. There is one season that is open during this lull and combines the…

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    6.5 Creed Horse Case Study

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    Creedmoor] About 6.5 Creedmoor Since its introduction in 2008 by Hornady, the 6.5mm Creedmoor center-fire rifle cartridge has become a hot commodity in the shooting range and hunting arena because the cartridge is superbly accurate. The cartridge was originally designed for competitive shooting before hunter took notice of its performance. In the first instance, the 6.5 Creedmoor became a popular short action cartridge for hunters because of a number of factors, including high success rate of…

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    The 10/22 and the AR 7 are pretty amazing guns in their own ways. The AR 7 is a gun that I would personally love to own myself to take on camping trips and to have fun. There are many benefits to having the AR 7 due to the fact that it is compact it would not take up much space in your pack. The ability to put into to action only requires a multi-tool and if you look a piece you can manufacture it out of the weapon itself. The functionality of the AR 7 is really on the user its self, you can…

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    harvested in some time (Hill A. 27). Some people say that big game hunting is the killing of majestic animals as trophies but sometimes animals will get over populated and move out other animals. Hunters need permits, licenses and if they stay in the right area they can shoot at nature’s bounty. In Africa an expert hunter can bid a quota of animals for six elephants, four buffalo, two lions and two gazelles (Kriel and Melvin). Hunting legally can promote wild life. Some people say that hunting…

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    World War 1 Summary

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    group called The Black Hand. The terrorist group requested that if the country had a large population of Serbian peoples that they need to be freed. With the death of the Archduke, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Austria-Hungary also had a promise from Germany that if Russia took action, Germany would interfere. The countries that would be part of the Triple Alliance were Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. The opposing front against the Triple Alliance was the Triple Entente. The…

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    Why Do Guns Harm People?

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    people were killed by guns in the united states. Meanwhile, in America 2011, there were 478,400 incidents of firearm-related violence (whether used or just threatened) and 11,101 homicides, for a rate of 1 homicide per 43 incidents. As statistics show guns do harm people in many ways, but what happens and the government gets what they want and ban guns? What factors allowed any of these people to go and get a gun in the first place. Now so you know I am an avid second amendment advocate but to…

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    The Swiss Way-Gun Control

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    The Swiss Way- Gun Control Theodore Roosevelt once said, “We should encourage rifle practice among school boys, and indeed, among all classes. The first step in the direction of preparation to avert war if possible, and to be fit for war, if it should come, is to teach men to shoot.” One of the biggest debates in the United States at the moment is whether or not there should be a tighter control on guns. If one were to look at the statistics around the world, the country that seems to have one…

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