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  • Remington Gun Research Paper

    first time (McLaughlin para. 45). Remington developed one of the earliest machine guns: a rapid-fire naval gun (“Remington Arms Company, Inc.” para. 9). Remington also produced a popular double-barreled shotgun, a gun cane that looked like a walking stick, and a portable gun that could shoot a lifeline of up to 200 yards to the upper floors of burning buildings (“Remington Arms Company, Inc.” para. 9). There was a long period in which Remington created many different guns, such as the double barreled breech-loading shotgun, and guns with 5 separate barrels fired by a revolving firing pin (McLaughlin para. 45). In January of 1950 Remington announced its new Model 870 "Wingmaster" shotgun, which has become the largest selling pump action shotgun in the world (“Remington Arms Company History” para. 19). Plastic shotshells were introduced by Remington in the 60s (“Remington Arms Company History” para. 23). After a three year development program, Remington released the Model 1100 auto loading shotgun (“Remington Arms Company History” para. 26). In 1998 Remington added the Super Magnum to its line of 870 shotguns (“Remington Arms Company History” para. 49). In 1962 Remington introduced the model 700 bolt action rifle…

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  • The Importance Of Gun Control In The US

    soon be in danger. According to the National Institute of Justice, approximately 414,562 firearm incidents occurred in 2011. This is much higher than the 331,618 incidents that occurred antecedently in 2008. Rates of homicides, injuries, and shootings will only continue to rise if this problem is not met with a solution immediately. Fortunately, since this issue has been around for hundreds of years, there are many solutions to choose from. The solutions that I will present will not only…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Effects Of Gun Control

    The effects of gun control I feel could be very dangerous. Taking away the right to bear arms could endanger defenseless families when an armed criminal breaks into their house. Taking firearms off of the legal market doesn’t mean that they still won’t be bought and sold illegally. An example of something that is illegal but widely bought and sold would be drugs. They are highly illegal but the demand for them is through the roof. So then, when the common law abiding citizen cannot buy a firearm…

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  • John Moses Brown's Interest In Gun Design

    John Moses Brown is the greatest gun designer compared to eliphalet remington. john browning has shown an interest in gun building when he built his brother a gun for his birthday. When John Moses Browning got his first real hand in designing and fabricating his first gun he was only 10, Browning made it out of an old barrel and some scrap wood laying around the shop. Browning used the gun to go hunting some prairie chickens that were roosting around his house. weather it was a overcharge or the…

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  • What Is The Role Of Mass Shootings In The United States

    enforcing the laws we have,” was stated by Carly Fiorina during an interview about the California shooting that took place earlier this week. This is great because there is no point to making new laws if the current ones aren’t even being enforced. So what makes you think the new laws will be? Also, Presidential Candidate Ben Carson recently stated, "If the teacher was trained with a weapon, I 'd be much more comfortable if they had one than if they didn 't." Weapons should be in the hands of…

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  • Domestic Violence And Gun Violence

    Domestic violence and firearms are normally a lethal combination that results in injury as well as killing the women, children along with the bystanders on a daily basis in the US. In a study carried out among the high-income countries, the US represented a miniature 32% of the female population and at the same time accounting for 84%of all the female homicides related to gun violence (Seabrook, 10). The gun is the weapon most commonly used in the cases of domestic homicides. Statistics…

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  • Handlers In Sweden

    11:00am MWF Europe As of 2006 Sweden was barely below Switzerland in guns per capita with 31.6 guns per 100 people, which equivalates to a little more than 3 million guns in the country. Even though Sweden is a very “gun secure” country where there are a lot of regulations and laws for the Swedish, guns are mostly used for hunting and just shooting at a range. There is almost no need for any sort of AR-15s or specialized conceal carry handguns. Hopefully, choosing this market…

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  • Gun Control System Analysis

    The most often used loophole is known as the “gun show loophole”, which pertains to the private selling of firearms. Private selling of such weapons requires no registration, background checks or licensing. This brings upon the issue of convicted criminals or the mentally ill being able to purchase a firearm with no legal action. Loopholes are not the only issues with current firearm regulations. We are still operating off of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System that was…

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  • The Importance Of Cleaning The Gun

    together, first put the buffer back into the lower receiver. Next slide the charging handle halfway into the upper receiver, then slide the BCG under the charging handle. The charging handle should catch on the BCG and both should slide right into place. Now grab both the upper and lower receiver. Line up the holes for the pivot and takedown pin. Put the pivot pin in first, and then put the the take down pin in. If the parts have been put back together correctly, there should be no issues…

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  • Examples Of Perception In The Movie Crash

    Crash, a film about how people’s misperceptions shape their reality had me focus on the character Farhad, a Persian store owner. He experiences people racially profiling him and his behavior is effected from people’s misperceptions. Through Farhad’s story we can see the different stages of perception, attribution biases, and the effects of misperceiving. Perception is how an individual filters information, interprets it, and then creates a meaning for their views. How people perceive, and…

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