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    Having high ammo capacity for firearms puts people’s lives in danger. In this article supporting the fear the public has for guns the author states,“Americans worry everyday of going outside and putting their families at risk from getting shot at”(Perez,2016). This research illustrates how the people are frightened especially if the guns have a high ammo capacity. Proposition 63 will let people who buy firearms have a restriction on ammunition. Doing this our state will be much safer from weapons. People who have guns will not be able to shoot all they want because they would run out of ammo. That will cause felons to not be reckless and ensure that families are more secure because of Proposition 63. Thus, creating a safer society for the state of California should be the main priority, therefore proposition 63 can accomplish that…

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    The location and condition of firearms and evidence at a crime scene should be diagramed and photographed before recovering and securing. Although physical evidence is important, safety must be the first concern. Each situation should be assessed before deciding to unload an evidence firearm. If the weapon is a type that can be safely transported in a loaded condition, this can be done. However, depending on the circumstances it may be risky to transport a loaded firearm. It should then be…

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    Die Informative Speech

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    waterfalls, and streams that contain drinkable water. Additionally, you would have these large quantities of drinking water to yourselves because of, as I said before, the sparsely populated area that this national park. Moreover, the way you would, for example, gather this water is by living near a body of water that you know for sure is clean, and use the water whenever it was necessary. Also, you could purify the water by, for example, bringing a clean pot, and then pouring the water in the…

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    Preston Masichuk 12-9-2017 Coated Lead Bullets - Good for High Velocity, Good in the Glock? You can bet on them! PRMA07020 BBS-100 Before RK Campbells article on Coated Lead Bullets I honestly had never heard not to use lead bullets in Glocks. Glocks armors manual states "Use of non-factory loaded ammunition or ammunition loaded with non-jacketed (lead) bullets will void the warranty." (ARMORER'S MANUAL, © Glock 2009, page 82) Upon further research I found that Glock barrels use the polygonal…

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    restrictions for automatic weapons and assault rifles. The regulation that are enforced on assault rifles and machine guns state that these weapon are only allowed to shoot more than one round per pull of the trigger, the gun is not allowed to disperse a spray of ammunition by one single pull of the trigger. The purpose of this regulation is due to the fact that weapons that shoot at these high velocities are dangerous and can lead to high causalities if fired. Not only are their restrictions on…

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    Ammunition and firearms were designed for one's protection or used in hunting. However, in today's society people see it as a burden or a danger to many citizen. People see it as a danger due to the fact that there have been numerous amounts of injuries and deaths with the involvement of firearms. Many seek for a solution to solve this nuisance of a problem but none have arose. Unfortunately, California wants to pass a proposition puting background checks to purchase ammunition for a gun. They…

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    In the process of buying old, new, surplus or antique weapons, you may find yourself asking, What Caliber Is It? Buying or inheriting an unmarked or rechambered weapon can be dangerous. A buyer should always question a weapon seller on the status of the weapon and it’s chambering to avoid damaging the barrel or incurring bodily damage. In this week’s article reflection, we discover the value of chamber casting. When repairing, trading or purchasing a weapon, you will eventually come upon an…

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    The advantages of the use of simulation includes, among others, the reduction of expenditures shifts to the training camps increasingly restricted as well as the transit of troops on the ground, reducing the accident risks. It also provides the economy with the maintenance of logistics activity, the reduction of damage to the military use of material garrisons still in teaching-learning process and the increased time available with the material at hand for the conservation activity; and the…

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    (Infoplease, n.d.). One weapon system used to aid South Vietnam was the Duster (M-42A1). The Duster was a self-propelled 40mm anti-aircraft operated by a crew of four personnel with twin 40mm cannons along with one 7.62 mm machine-gun (ADA units in Vietnam, n.d.). Originally produced in early 1952, the system is designed off of the M41 Walker Bulldog tank (Foss, 1977). The original purpose of the twin 40 mm cannons was used for protection against dive bombers and low level attack. Capable…

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    Centurion Tank Analysis

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    tank, which carried 31.6-inch diameter rubber road wheels. These along with shock absorbers kept the crew relatively “comfortable” while driving on rough terrain. Of equal importance to armor thickness and maneuverability, an outstanding tank must have the capability to defend itself effectively. The Centurion tank had its greatest strength in this aspect. The Centurion mk. 3 housed the 20-pounder (83.4mm) L/66.7 gun, which was a very capable anti-tank gun in testing. The 20-pounder fired armor…

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