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Leonard Pitts: The Question Trump Failed to Answer
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This is about a question Donald Trump failed to answer. Granted, there are a lot of those, but this was a particularly tough one. Indeed, it was likely more difficult in its way than anything April Ryan or Lester Holt has ever asked him. But then, they’re only adults. Ava Rose Olsen is 7 years old.
 

CBS ’60 Minutes’ To Examine CCW Reciprocity
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While the national Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act seems stalled in the U.S. Senate after last December’s passage in the House, CBS’ “60 Minutes” will take a look at the controversy Sunday evening.

Reporter Steve Kroft will be talking to Tim Schmidt, president and founder of the U.S. Concealed Carry Association, along with anti-gun Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance and New York City Police Commissioner James O’Neill. Also appearing, according to a CBS promotional announcement, will be Congressman Richard Hudson (R-NC), who sponsored H.R. 38, and Robyn Thomas of the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
 

MO: Stand Your Ground Laws Complicated Florissant Show-Me's Shooting Case, Prosecutor Says
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The man who opened fire inside a Florissant Show-Me's Wednesday, killing one man and injuring another, is not facing charges 24-hours after his arrest. St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch held a press conference Friday to explain why the shooter was released and why no charges had been filed or refused during the man's time in police custody.
 

The Arming and Disarming of Black America
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“Rise Now and Fly to Arms!” That was Henry Highland Garnet’s exhortation to young black men when Abraham Lincoln finally opened the Union Army to black soldiers. A militant Presbyterian minister, Garnet had implored black Americans to fight slavery to the death. And when the opportunity came, he urged young black men to fight for the Union, despite the slights of unequal pay and a long delay before they were deemed worthy to serve.1 As a war hawk, Garnet advocated the ultimate form of political violence. But he also had a keen appreciation for the utility of private violence. He calculated that once black soldiers were armed and trained, America would be unable to deny their freedom, at least “not without a good fight.
 

Smith & Wesson Gear Announces Powerful Rechargeable LED Flashlights
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The new M&P by Smith & Wesson rechargeable flashlights feature top of the line CREE LED lights. These powerful flashlights deliver anywhere from 1,045 lumens up to 10,000 lumens depending on the model. All the rechargeable flashlights include a rechargeable battery and USB to Micro USB charging cord to quickly recharge at home or on the go.
 

Wisconsin Court Prioritizes Avoiding Deportation Over the Second Amendment
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An appellate court judge in Wisconsin has ruled that lifetime loss of Second Amendment rights is not on par with the threat of deportation when it comes to a lawyer’s duty to advise clients of the secondary effects of a guilty plea.
 

MO: Bill to Allow Facutly to Carry Guns
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Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow universities designate full-time faculty as “campus protection officers” who can carry concealed weapons. The Columbia Missourian reports that Republican Rep. Dean Dohrman introduced the bill Wednesday to the House Higher Education Committee.
 

AZ: Guns, Other Gear Stolen from Parked Phoenix Police Vehicles
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Phoenix police are reviewing security procedures following recent thefts of two guns and other equipment from police cars parked at two precinct stations. The items reported stolen in the past three weeks include an AR-15 15 rifle and a handgun along with an expandable police baton, a stun gun, two large canisters of pepper spray and a pocket knife.
 

Selling Guns In The Shadow Of The Vegas Massacre
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Lee Goodman had a question to ask as he walked slowly in front of the Sands Expo Convention Center. “When?” When was the firearms industry going to address mass shootings? Goodman balanced a sign stapled to a wood handle on his shoulder. The sign listed the mass shootings from Columbine to Sandy Hook and Las Vegas. On top of the purple sign in block letters was “If not now…” and at the bottom of the list of 11 shootings was his question.
 

SHOT Show 2018: Best New Women's Hunting Guns & Gear
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Finding hunting equipment designed specifically for women has thankfully become easier over the last few years, and some of the new female-specific products introduced this year are game-changers for us lady hunters. Here’s a list of the best new guns and gear for women, straight from the 2018 SHOT Show.
 

Deer Hunting Creates Enduring Memories
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I bet a lot of deer hunters woke up this morning with a lost empty strange feeling. No more deer hunting. Surely most folks are happy to see it end but on the other hand there are those who would rather keep it going. The 10 extra days in February have helped, especially in areas where the deer are still in rut, Montgomery county included.
 

M1 Garands, M1911s Available Soon for Sale
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The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) , whose authority to sell military surplus guns lay fallow under the Barack Obama administration, has received nearly 100,000 M1 Garands and will get 8,000 M1911/M1911A1 pistols that will be available for the public to buy. The stock of repatriated M1 Garands—which had been loaned to Turkey and the Philippines after World War II, under the Military Assistance Program (MAP)—will go a long way toward replenishing the CMP’s depleted supply of the historic rifle.
 

NY: Show Brings the Outdoors Indoors
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For Paul Nielsen, the 13th annual Adirondack Outdoorsman Show was like an outing. A repeat visitor to the event, Nielsen said, “A lot of people I know here. I know hunters and fellow sportsmen.” “It’s a middle-of-the-winter meeting,” he said after buying edibles from Muddy Trail Jerky Company of Granville.
 

Pioneer Traditions Still Alive at Marietta Gunmaker Show
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Pioneer-era crafts ranging from gun making to engraving and other items were demonstrated and displayed during the annual Contemporary Gunmakers and Allied Artists Show at Campus Martius Museum on Saturday. Greg Park, of Barnesville, Ohio, was showing the way decorative engraving was made for rifles and guns of the era.of Granville.
 

Guns galore: Firearms Owners Talk About What They Carry and Why
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The gun show was back in town this weekend and there was no shortage of stopping power. Firearms dealers and buyers browsed guns and accessories and — because this is America — they had a lot to say about their second amendment rights. Gregory M. Vecchi, CEO of Vecchi Group International, carries a pistol similar to the Glock 19.
 

The 5 Best Sporting Rifles in the World (The AR-15 and the AK-47 Made the Cut)
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The field of modern sporting rifles—semiautomatic rifles with detachable magazines—has exploded in popularity over the past decade. The expiration of the Federal 1994–2004 Assault Weapons Ban and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan fueled an interest in these weapons. Innovation, in part due to research and development into military small arms, introduced new and interesting rifle designs. Here are the top five modern sporting rifle designs.
 

Continued Judicial Resistance to the Second Amendment
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“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, however, acquiring arms has nothing to do with keeping and bearing them. This was the court’s logic when it ruled in John Teixeira’s case that buying and selling guns was beyond the scope of the Second Amendment.
 

Show Brings Variety of Guns, Knives and More
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Ron Kucharik of Salem and his family could not think of a better place to celebrate the birthday of his granddaughter than the Roseburg Rod & Gun Club Gun and Knife Show on Saturday. Kucharik came to the show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Roseburg with his family, including grandchildren Sidney and Ben Horton of Roseburg. It was Sidney Horton’s 24th birthday.
 

Kirsten Gillibrand 'Embarrassed' of not Understanding 'Gun Violence' When NRA Gave Her an A-Rating
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., admitted she was "embarrassed" of not better understanding "gun violence" after touting her top ranking from the National Rifle Association on gun rights issues when she first ran for office in upstate New York. "After I got appointed, I went down to Brooklyn to meet with families who had suffered from gun violence in their communities. And you immediately experience the feeling that I couldn't have been more wrong. You know, I only had the lens of upstate New York," Gillibrand told CBS in an interview that aired Sunday.
 

Lawmakers Should Avoid Rush to Ramp up Gun Confiscations
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An Associated Press report last week sounded rather shocking. State authorities conducted a raid in Los Angeles, where they “seized more than two dozen guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition” from a man who had reportedly been barred from owning firearms. Predictably, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra bemoaned a lack of funding and a long backlog in the state’s ability to collect such weapons.
 

Changing landscapes: When a Hunting or Fishing Territory Slips Away
Submitted by: David Williamson
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An angler I know was talking about a lake where he used to fish. Crappies, as I recall. Somewhere near Bemidji. "But then the college kids found out about it, and they hit it pretty hard," he said. It was a small lake, and they fished it down until the angler quit going there. So did the college kids. They couldn't catch enough fish to make it worthwhile.
 

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