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The Second Amendment in Public Housing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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From Doe v. East St. Louis Housing Authority, filed Thursday:

The parties stipulated to this following order enjoining Defendants from taking any action to enforce any provisions in the ESLHA Lease … [barring] residents who are permitted under Illinois [and local and federal] law to possess firearms, from possessing functional firearms that are legal in their jurisdiction for self-defense and defense of others in their residences.
 

Swalwell- I'm no Longer Intimidated By the NRA
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“You can’t own a bazooka, you can’t own a tank. You can’t own rocket-propelled grenades. We should put some limits in place and I think the American people are with me. I’m no longer intimidated by the NRA. The moms and the kids, they are behind us on this issue, and I think it just takes leadership in Washington,” he concluded. The California Democrat formally announced he was running for office last week on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” His announcement heavily featured his push on reforming gun rights nationwide.
 

Criminals Exploit Facebook to Sell Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Anti-gun activists seeking to infringe on our Second Amendment rights fail to realize that social media platforms such as Facebook have become marketplaces where criminals illegally buy, sell and trade firearms. While law-abiding gun customers purchase firearms from legitimate gun sellers and obey rules, others with deviant ways of thinking use social-media platforms to hawk weapons to criminals and other suspicious individuals.
 

On Gun Violence, Real Solutions Require Courage & Leadership ~ VIDEO
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Gun control groups praising Connecticut’s Supreme Court decision to allow the Soto v. Bushmaster case to move forward are, ironically, using the court decision as an opportunity to perpetuate false narratives, the same misdeeds of which they accuse the firearms industry.
 

FL: Dartmouth's Ken Pacheo is Keeping the Art of Gunsmithing Alive
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Just as the character Newly, in the TV Western series Gunsmoke, was the town gunsmith (turned deputy) in Dodge City during the settlement of the Old West, Ken Pacheco has been plying the same trade in the Dartmouth area for more than four decades. At one time, every town had at least one gunsmith, but Pacheco now is one of the few remaining full-service gunsmiths in the SouthCoast. He operates as The Village Gunsmith at 21R College Lane in Dartmouth, in a rustic shop behind his home, which also features new and pre-owned firearms, parts, accessories and ammunition.
 

PA: Prosecuter Blocks Gun Law Charges Against Pittsburg Mayor
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A prosecutor refused to approve criminal charges Friday against Pittsburgh's mayor and six City Council members over the passage of firearms restrictions that gun rights advocates say are blatant and deliberate violations of state law.

 

OK: Proposed Bill Would Allow Districts Option to Allow Personnel to Have Gun in School
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Oklahoma lawmakers have introduced a bill that would allow school districts to have the choice of arming teachers. House Bill 2336 would allow school personnel with a valid gun license to carry a firearm on school property, a proposal education groups are speaking out against. Oklahoma Educators Association officials said the bill would water down the requirements for those who can and can't carry guns in schools and that they prefer how things are now.
 

New for 2019: Ruger AR-556 Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Over the past few years, Ruger’s AR-pattern rifles have made a name for themselves as reliable and affordable guns that are up to almost any task. Ruger is now expanding its line of AR-style firearms with the introduction of the company's new AR-556 Pistol. The AR-556 Pistol takes all of the value and features of the Ruger AR-556 rifle line and shrinks them down to a more compact, more manageable size.
 

Alien Pistol from Laugo Arms, the Full Review
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Believe the hype. This is the first truly innovative pistol design in over 30 years, with the potential to advance the evolution of handguns as we know them. Mighty big talk for a one-eyed fat man? Not when you can back it up. This isn’t the first firearm Jan Lucansky, founder of Laugo Arms, has designed. After serving as a volunteer for the Croat HVO militia in the Bosnian conflict, he returned to his native Slovakia with a desire to make a submachine gun. So he did. That gun caught the attention of Czech manufacturer, CZ, who bought the rights to it and placed it into their catalog as the Scorpion — the rest, as they say, is history.
 

PA: Opening Day Change is Official Pennsylvania Deer Hunters
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The change — and it’s a big one — is official. Opening day of Pennsylvania’s statewide firearms deer season is moving. It has been the Monday after Thanksgiving each year since 1963. This year it will be the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
 

Hunting/fishing: Spring Gobbler Hunting is All About Deception
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Spring gobbler hunters are many things: tough, dedicated, stealthy, astute, but mostly they're bold-faced liars. When your boots hit the woods in the spring looking for a gobbler, you're out there telling every fib you can. While targeting all of the Tom turkeys within earshot, you're saying that you've got a girl for him and you hope he's dying to meet her.
 

WV: Plenty of Birds for West Virgina Turkey Hunters
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The prospects for turkey hunters in West Virginia looks strong for the next four weeks. The statewide spring gobbler season opens Monday April 15 and will run for four weeks. A biologist with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources notes there are plenty of birds on the landscape for 2019.
 

PA: Bill would Hurt Shooting Events for Youths
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Legislation titled A02686A /S02450A was recently passed both the state Assembly and Senate, and it awaits Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature. As written, this bill will effectively outlaw all youth shooting activities, competitions and training for those individuals younger than 16 who are not hunting. The second portion of the law prohibits the owner of a firearm from knowingly allowing any person younger than 16 to have access to their firearms unless the firearm is in their “immediate possession or control” outside of the home, unless said youth has a hunting license and is hunting.
 

Top 27 Online Resources for Survivalists and Preppers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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“Both optimists and pessimists contribute to society. The optimist invents the aeroplane, the pessimist the parachute.” –George Bernard Shaw

The prepper community stands firmly in the American tradition of self-reliance and inventiveness. Survival prepping stresses ingenuity, connectivity to your community, and homespun, time-tested solutions that increase resilience while decreasing reliance upon consumerism.
 

MD: Students Decry Gun Raffle Held to Pay for Graduation Party
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Students at a Maryland high school are upset that a raffle for guns was used to support a party for the graduating seniors. The Frederick News-Post reports the Safe and Sane program at Brunswick High School raffled off guns in February. Tickets were $20 each for prizes that included hunting rifles and shotguns.
 

WA: 20-30 Handguns Stolen After Loader is Used to Break Through Gate at FREDS Guns
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Upwards of 20 to 30 handguns were stolen from FREDS Guns in Sequim after someone drove a stolen agricultural loader through the front of the building late Saturday night. Detective Sgt. Eric Munger said surveillance video shows a single person using the loader to break through the gate at the front of the store at 11:23 p.m. Saturday.
 

Orders Of Magnitude Of Insecurity. I’d Rather Live with My Own Set of Risk
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Christopher Hitchens was one of the most perceptive commentators on politics and culture. Born in England shortly after the end of the Second World War, he came to the United States in the 80s, growing enamored with our defining values, while at the same time pointing out our moments of inconsistency and absurdity.
 

Gun Owners have Tax Payers Over the Barrel
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The following relates to a relatively minor issue. You may think that’s fiddling while Rome burns and maybe it is. But then I’ve long felt that fiddling while Rome burns gets too much of a bad press. I mean, precisely what was the emperor Nero supposed to do while Rome burned? The implication is help put the fire out, but that would be pretty hands-on for a head of state. I’m not sure he’d have been much use, even if he wasn’t exactly like Peter Ustinov playing Nero in Quo Vadis.
 

Anti-Gunners Pressure Gun Industry with Pension Plans, Institutional Investments
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“If we can’t do it legally, let’s just find another way.” That seems to be the motto that gun grabbers choose to live by. After years of having their efforts to ban firearms legislatively thwarted, they have moved to another arena, where financial pressure is the top strategy in the playbook. First, we’ve seen in by upstart chief executive officers—like Edward Stack of Dick’s Clothing and Sporting Goods—want only make business decisions based on nothing but their own beliefs. Now, we’re seeing the gun control crowd go further, working diligently to hit gun companies in the wallet on the financial markets.
 

MD: Maryland Spring Hunting Season Underway
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that the statewide spring turkey season kicked off Saturday, with Junior Turkey Hunt Day. All hunters can try to bag a bird during the regular statewide spring turkey season, April 18-May 23. For the first part of the regular hunting season, April 18-May 9, hunting is allowed from one half-hour before sunrise until noon. Throughout the rest of the season, May 10-23, hunting hours are one half-hour before sunrise until sunset.
 

Outdoor Notebook: Still Sporting the Antlers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dave Rave, DNR Bemidji area wildlife supervisor, recently spotted a buck still sporting his antlers near the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Northwest region headquarters. Most Minnesota deer shed their antlers in early January, although it's not unusual for them to drop as early as December or as late as the end of February, a release said.

 

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