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FL: Target-Practice Shots Struck Home
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Two men surrendered their firearms to a Marion County Sheriff's Office deputy, after at least one of their bullets were found inside a home. On Friday, a woman who lives in the 5600 block of Southeast 101st Place in Belleview told a sheriff's deputy that she heard gunshots near her home.
 

FL: House Ready To Move On ‘Stand Your Ground’
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After senators quickly approved the proposal, the Florida House could be poised to pass a bill that would shift a key burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases. The House could take up the issue (HB 245 and SB 128) during a floor session Tuesday. The Senate approved its version of the bill in a 23-15 vote March 15.
 

NC: 5-year-old Suspended Over Playing With ‘Stick Gun’
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Caitlin Miller’s teachers took her to the principal’s office on Friday and the 5-year-old did not understand why.

She had been playing with her best friends during recess at her Raeford school playground, just like any other day. She pretended that her two friends were a king and queen, and that she was in charge of protecting the kingdom. “I was the guard,” Caitlin told WTVD.
 

CT: State Could Become First to Equip Police with Armed Drones
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According to a report by Quartz Media, a proposed bill intended to regulate drone use in Connecticut includes a very interesting exemption for law enforcement. While the bill bans civilians from weaponizing the machines in any way, the exemption would allow police officers to outfit drones with both lethal and non-lethal weapons. While details are still in the works, reports indicate that tasers and canisters of tear-gas are two examples of possible weaponry that could be used with the drones.
 

OR: Club Promotes the Sporting Side of Guns
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Shooting through doors, around corners and ducking under windows, members of the Hardcore Handgunners Club make their way through an obstacle course during a pistol shooting match. Hardcore Handgunners, a club within the Roseburg Rod and Gun Club, teaches people to handle pistols safely and gives them an opportunity to participate in the sport of shooting.
 

WI: State Sen. David Craig Defends Permit-Free, Training-Free Concealed Carry
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When Republican lawmakers introduced legislation this week that would allow Wisconsinites to carry concealed firearms without training or a permit, some Democrats were alarmed. “This bill is a slap in the face to our neighbors that are demanding real solutions to our state’s gun violence public health crisis,” state Sen. Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee, wrote in a statement.
 

FL: Venezuelan Man Accused of Smuggling Guns is Fighting the Charges in Miami
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One of five Venezuelans accused of smuggling firearms and ammunition to their homeland from South Florida has pleaded not guilty and demanded a trial, according to Miami federal court records. Luis Antonio Urdaneta Pozo was indicted by a Miami federal grand jury Feb. 16 and arrested in Orlando seven days later.
 

OH: Lafayette Hotel Hosts Annual Long Rifle Exhibition
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The Association of Ohio Long Rifle Collectors (AOLRC) held its 42nd annual exhibition Saturday and Sunday in Marietta, presenting around 400 Ohio-made muzzle-loading rifles, said Tom Oakes, AOLRC President.
 

AR: Gunmaker's Sights on New Niche
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The smell of metalworking oil is in the air, and the room buzzes and hums as machines turn billets of metal into custom parts for Wilson Combat's latest pistol. Guy Joubert, the man in charge of product development at the custom gunmaker, moves between the machines, showing the workers the finished product. It's the EDC X9, a firearm with the mechanics of the venerable 1911 pistol mated with the double-stacked magazine that gives modern handgun designs, like those seen in Glocks, the ability to carry more ammunition.
 

WA: Belfair Homeowner Arrested After Intruder Fatally Shot While Taking Shower
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A Belfair homeowner was arrested Saturday on investigation of second-degree murder after shooting an intruder who was taking a shower, said the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

Nathaniel Rosa, 31, was shot on East Trails Road just after 8 a.m. Rosa worked for the Northshore School District in Bothell, and was staying nearby with his mother, Mason County Coroner Wes Stockwell said she told him.
 

Are Neil Gorsuch’s Opponents Making Him Look Better?
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A confirmation vote on whether to seat Judge Neil Gorsuch on the U.S. Supreme Court is on the horizon, and a look at the people already lining up against him might be instructive, because if they don’t want him, he just might be the best man for the job.
 

MN: Mayor of Crosby, Won't Resign, Despite Charges
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Despite a call for his resignation by two City Council members, the beleaguered mayor of Crosby, Minn., says he has no plans to quit. James Hunter, who was elected mayor of the small northern Minnesota town of 2,400 residents in November but now faces charges of swindling his alleged lover’s husband in a business deal, said last week that he believes the criminal charges are part of a vindictive act by people holding grudges against him.
 

‘Democrats Are Good For Gun Sales’: Guess What Happened After Trump’s Election
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Donald Trump won the backing of the National Rifle Association and many gun owners by opposing limits to the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms. But since his election and in the early months of his presidency, Trump has not been good for the gun business. Shares of publicly traded firearms companies have fallen. The pro-gun president nicking the fortunes of the industry he vowed to protect may seem illogical on its face.

 

Black Lives Matter Wants to Abolish the Police – Are They Wrong?
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A recent video featuring Black Lives Matter activist, Janaya Khan, advances a revolutionary notion: abolish the police. While most people’s immediate reaction to such a statement is to dismiss it as ludicrous on its face, it provides an interesting challenge to a generally accepted viewpoint. Ask your average person whether police help or harm society, and most will—without thinking—state that law enforcement is more beneficial than not, that police are generally good and trustworthy, and that without a police force we would be at the mercy of murderers and thugs.

 

Horry County Closer to Reasonable Regulation on Firing Guns
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It has taken an inordinate amount of time, but Horry County Council has advanced regulation of where firearms may be legally discharged in unincorporated, populated areas of the county. At county government’s recent budget retreat in Pinopolis, council members and appointed officials worked out the basic wording of an ordinance to prohibit shooting in mapped subdivisions with more than 11 homes.
 

GA: Fate of Guns on Campus, Some Taxes Now in Governor's Hands
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Georgia lawmakers closed their 40-day session early Friday morning, sending dozens of proposals for review by Gov. Nathan Deal. The Republican governor, who has only one legislative session remaining before he leaves office, prompted some nervous laughter when he delivered a message to each chamber on Thursday evening.
 

FL: 7-Eleven Clerk Refuses Dirty Pennies and Woman Pulls Guns
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Police in Florida are trying to identify a woman they say pulled a pair of guns on a convenience store clerk after he refused to accept a jar of dirty pennies as payment. Melbourne police tell Florida Today the woman showed up early Wednesday morning at a 7-Eleven, picked up a few items and then gave the clerk the pennies.
 

MN: Gun Show Brings Firearm Education to St. Cloud
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Gun Shows allow vendors to educate people on the newest in gun laws and products. On Saturday afternoon hundreds of people flocked to the River’s Edge Convention Center for the gun show. Everything from vintage guns to the newest products could be seen when taking in the event. Derick Darwin owner of Midland Armory in Foley was in the middle of all the action.
 

Henry: Shooting Holes in ‘Gun Culture’ Stereotype
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What is a “gun culture?”

Logic dictates this term derives from a source with an agenda - kind of like how “misleading” is used for lying, how “undocumented immigrant” is used to describe someone who came into the country illegally and how — in sports terms — a “possession receiver” is used to describe a wide receiver who can’t run fast.
 

PA: Big Game Ban Ordered on Semiautomatics
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In January, two months after state legislators agreed to allow the Game Commission to regulate hunting with semiautomatic rifles, the board reversed its traditionally slow-and-steady policy by signaling it would fast-track general hunting uses of a class of sporting arms new to the state.
 

FL: Cyclist Carjacks Driver in North Miami, Leaves Bike Behind
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Police are searching for a bicyclist who, they said, pulled a driver out of his car in North Miami and took off in the vehicle, Saturday morning.

According to North Miami Police, the thief pulled up next to the victim in the area of Northeast 15th Avenue and 135th Street, at around 6 a.m.

The victim, Jose Rosales, said the crook pulled him out of his car and threw him to the ground before taking off with his car.
 

IL: Gun Owners Reflect on Three Years With Concealed Carry
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Doug Williams was one of the first in the state to obtain a concealed carry instructor permit and taught his first class in January 2014, the month the program started. Since then, Williams, the owner and founder of Central Illinois Conceal Carry in Peoria, has held monthly classes and has trained about 1,000 people to exercise their constitutional right to carry a firearm.
 

Suspect Dressed in Black Allegedly Kicks in Marine Veteran’s Door, Does Not Live to Tell
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A suspect dressed in black allegedly kicked in a Marine veteran’s door just after 3 a.m. Thursday in Salt Lake City and was shot dead in the living room.

 

IL: Indiana Man Sentence in Chicago for Gun Sales
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A 44-year-old Indiana man has been sentenced to two years in a prison for bringing guns from Indiana and illegally selling them on the streets of Chicago. A U.S. attorney’s office statement Friday says jurors convicted Willie Lee Biles Jr. of dealing firearms without a license last year. Judge Sara Ellis in Chicago sentenced him Thursday.
 

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