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The Origin of an Armed Citizenry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Recent events have shown that America is on the precipice of radically redefining her ancestral right to bear arms. Every major Democratic Presidential candidate has expressed intent to push through sweeping gun control legislation, and the Virginia legislature recently voted to enact an unprecedented policy of rifle confiscations, to name a few.
 

MO: Republican Leaders Vow to ‘protect’ Gun Rights for Missourians Ahead of Session
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As legislators prepare to head back to Jefferson City this week, Republican lawmakers are making a point to reaffirm their aversion to taking up strong gun control legislation during the upcoming session. Gov. Mike Parson held multiple meetings with a handful of metro area mayors this year as Kansas City and St. Louis, in particular, have grappled with an abundance of gun violence. Following a November meeting, news reports suggested the Republican governor agreed to back the mayors’ call for stronger gun control — among other things.
 

Arming Teachers Just Makes Sense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The anti-Second Amendment crowd has argued long and hard against allowing our children’s teachers to carry concealed during the school day, but more and more schools are getting out of the way of peoples’ freedom. Recently, for example, Ohio’s Tuscarawas County saw its fifth school district make the move to allowing teachers to be armed. As The Dispatch reported: “School boards at Garaway Local Schools and Claymont City Schools approved the safety measure [to arm teachers at the end of 2019].
 

REMER: I’m An Orthodox Jew And I Bought A Nazi Gun. Here’s Why.
Submitted by: David Williamson
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About six months ago, I was working at a small gun store in Texas. An older gentleman wearing faded jeans, a tucked-in navy blue polo shirt, gold-framed glasses, and a hat that read “WWII Vet” (with ribbons and marking I did not recognize) was rolled into the store in his wheelchair. On this gentleman’s lap was a faded olive drab soft long gun case and another case, but for a pistol. At first, I did not give him a second glance.
 

Are Anti-Gun Polls Heading for Collision with Reality?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Washington State Rep. Jim Walsh (R-Aberdeen) may have his hands full when the Legislature convenes Jan. 13, fighting a package of gun control bills he says will “infringe upon the rights of gun owners.”

In a statement to Citizen Review.org, Walsh calls the legislative package, which has the support of anti-gun Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson—both Democrats—and will likely get a push through the legislature, which is controlled by Democrats “amateurish and constitutionally flawed.”
 

Mike Bloomberg Cites August 2019 After-School Shooting, Pushes Gun Control
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has added after-school shootings as a reason behind his relentless push for more gun control. His most recent example of such a shooting is drawn from August 2019, when nine students were shot and injured at a Mobile, Alabama, high school football game. NPR reported that the shooting occurred just before 9:30 p.m. and none of the injuries were life-threatening.
 

The Armed Citizen® January 6, 2020
Submitted by: David Williamson
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After his release from prison for breaking into a home two years ago, a 39-year-old convict allegedly returned to the same residence in Virginia where a 71-year-old man and his wife, age 62, lived. The Rockingham County Sheriff said the convict returned to the home Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. and engaged in a verbal dispute with the homeowner while attempting to enter the home. Hearing a commotion, the wife shot the convict in the torso with a handgun. The convict was taken to a medical center for treatment and was facing charges.

 

VA: Gun-related Bills on the Table in Virginia’s General Assembly
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Gun safety measures are expected to be a major issue in Virginia’s General Assembly session, a prospect that has helped pro-gun groups drive up sales and protests ahead of the new Democratic majority gaveling in on Wednesday. With Democrats now in control of the Virginia House, Senate and governor’s mansion, a number of gun-related bills that quietly failed in subcommittees for years — or that were rapidly dismissed during a special session on gun violence following last year’s mass shooting in Virginia Beach — are expected to become law.
 

CO: Can you Follow Denver's Plan for the Red Flag Law?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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That's what the state's new "Extreme Risk Protection Orders" law, commonly known as the red flag law, looks like on paper -- at least at the Denver city attorney's office. "This was a very complicated bill with a lot of nuances to it," said Marley Bordovsky, Director of the Prosecutions Section at the Denver City Attorney's Office. "It took a team of lawyers in the city attorney's office to map it out on a whiteboard to figure out the exact process, and this is what we came up with."
 

TX: Free Gun Locks to be Handed out in San Antonio
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Free gun locks will be provided by San Antonio’s District 8 Councilman Manny Pelaez and the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office this Wednesday. The gun locks – for handguns and long guns – will be available to anyone who wants one. Councilman Manny Pelaez says the giveaway is to provide gun safety measures for homes with children.
 

An Ode to the Remington 870
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While many praise the AR-15-style rifle for its modular nature, the Remington 870 is equally changeable, from barrel length to stock. Over the years, I’ve seen every decently popular semi-automatic shotgun jam on occasion. Some need copious oil, some prefer an extra-firm shoulder, some require frequent cleaning and some demand loads heavy enough to cycle their magnum actions. Most are remarkably reliable when these particulars are met, and I routinely recommend reputable semi-automatics such as Brownings, Remingtons, FNs, Benellis, Mossbergs, Winchesters and others for home-defense.
 

Boxer-Primed Ammo: Boxer Primers Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Boxer primer is the most popular primer style in the United States, due to its ease of reloading – also making it the primary choice among military and civilian ammo manufactuers. Created by Edward Boxer, this popular ammo was patented in England in 1866 and in the U.S. in 1869.
 

TX: Armed Citizens Stop Murderer After Gun-Control Fails at Texas Church
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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We know that self-defense worked in the Texas church, but I was shocked at how badly gun-control failed to keep us safe.

The murderer had issues with drug abuse, homelessness, mental health, multiple divorces, domestic violence and restraining orders, and a long criminal history.

Our firearms background check system only works when prosecutors and judges do their job. When they failed, the armed citizens in the church did theirs.
 

At Home, at Work, as You Drive, and at Church – More Self Defense Gun Stories
Submitted by: David Williamson
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You didn't see this news covered by the mainstream media, but again this week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love. Self-defense instructor Amanda Suffecool joins the Self Defense Gun Stories Podcast to look at four new examples. Were these gun owners lucky, or were they well trained?
 

NC: Surry County Passes Resolution to Protect Second Amendment Rights
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Surry County Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution Monday night to protect its residents' Second Amendment rights. This resolution does not change any laws. It says if the federal government was to start confiscating guns, that the county cannot use any of its money, employees, buildings, or resources to help.
 

KY: 2nd Amendment Rally Planned for Frankfort
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A bill that may be proposed in Frankfort is a Red Flag law and gun rights activists are already fighting back. A Red Flag law would allow police to take away someone's guns if they're deemed dangerous. The group, Kentucky United, is expressing their concern about the proposal by hosting a Tuesday rally at the Capitol.
 

AMMO, Inc. Closes First Seven-Figure International Sale in South Asia
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AMMO, Inc. (POWW) (“AMMO” or the “Company”), a premier American ammunition and munition components manufacturer and technology leader, has announced its first seven-figure international export sale with a partner in South Asia.
 

Virginia Delegate Introduces ‘Jack Wilson Act’ to Repeal State’s Church Carry Ban
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A former Navy SEAL, now serving as a Republican Delegate in the Virginia General Assembly, has introduced the “Jack Wilson Act” that would repeal that state’s ban on guns in churches. In a world of 2700-page legislation, Del. John McGuire’s bill is exactly one line long.
 

Virginia Gov. Northam Wants Millions in Tax Money to Ban Guns and Jail Gun Owners!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In recent weeks NRA-ILA informed Virginia gun owners about gun control funding included in the state budget bill. The budget legislation, HB30, included a $250,000 appropriation to the Corrections Special Reserve Fund in order to provide for the “increase in the operating cost of adult correctional facilities resulting from the enactment” of Governor Ralph Northam and the Michael Bloomberg-bought General Assembly’s gun control measures. In other words, $250,000 of taxpayer money that will be used to lock up gun owners who don’t comply with Northam and Bloomberg’s unconstitutional gun laws.
 

KY: Kenton County Joins 'Second Amendment sanctuary' Wave in Kentucky
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Kenton County officials launched an effort to pass a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution, according to Kenton County Judge-Executive Kris Knochelmann. The county is part of the wave of over 30 Kentucky counties that decided to take the step. It means the counties either expressed opposition to gun regulations or had specific plans to not follow state and federal gun regulations, depending on the wording in each resolution.
 

VA: City Council Passes Resolution to Make Virginia Beach a Second Amendment ‘Constitutional’ City
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The city council has voted to pass a resolution making Virginia Beach a Second Amendment “constitutional” city. The resolution was adopted with a vote of 6-4. Councilwoman Sabrina Wooten motioned to postpone the vote, but it was denied. Councilman Aaron Rouse seconded Wooten’s motion.
 

New for 2020: SCCY Firearms DVG-1
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Following on the heels of its rollout of the CPX-4 and an all-new CPX Red Dot lineup, SCCY Firearms announced the launch of an entirely new handgun design in its DVG-1. Initially, SCCY offerings featured a line of hammer-fired guns under the CPX moniker, available in a number of popular calibers and frame colors. However, the hammer-fired design incorporated a long, heavy, double-action trigger pull that measures about 9 lbs. To provide handgun enthusiasts with a better trigger pull and an improved shooting experience, the company developed its DVG-1 with a striker-fired design complete with a trigger pull that weighs in at 5.5 lbs., which is comparable to other striker-fired options on the market.
 

WY: Cody Culture Club Hosting Shooting Sports Program
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The Cody Culture Club is hosting a special guns program Thursday at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Titled “Centuries in the Making – The Modern Shooting Sports,” the event is 5:30-7:30 p.m.
 

IL: 3 killed, 15 Wounded in Chicago Weekend Shootings
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Eighteen people were shot, three fatally, across Chicago in the first weekend of the year. A shootout Sunday on the city’s Southeast Side left two people dead and two others wounded. About 3:50 p.m., three men, 39, 27 and 20, were standing in the 10000 block of South Avenue M, when an unknown vehicle pulled up and two males jumped out, Chicago police said. Both males pulled out weapons and fired shots at all three men.
 

VA: Second Amendment Advocates Again Ask Residents to Show Up at Staunton City Council
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Local Second Amendment advocates ask residents to attend Staunton City Council's Thursday meeting and urge support for a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution. The upcoming meeting's agenda does not include any mention of guns or the Second Amendment, despite demands at City Council's final meeting of 2019. About 250 people packed City Council's December meeting, most of them demanding during the public comment period that council members take up action. A smaller portion of attendees asked council to ignore such demands.
 

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