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MT: Local Groups Gather to Promote Gun Safety
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lights in the carousel at Caras Park in Missoula were orange on Saturday to promote gun safety. A group called ‘Moms Demand Action’, as well as the Missoula chapter of a group called ‘Be Smart Montana’ gathered at the park and wore orange for National Gun Violence Day.
 

TX: Texas Law Will Allow Guns in Place of Worship
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In a few months, gun owners with concealed carry licenses will be able to bring their weapons into places of worship.
 

Fomenting Fear? Swalwell Steps Up Rhetoric On ‘Wear Orange’ Day
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Anti-gun-rights California Congressman and presidential wannabe Eric Swalwell’s gun control-based campaign is getting a boost from The Guardian one week after the tragedy in Virginia Beach as he argues for a ban on so-called “assault rifles” while the billionaire-backed gun prohibition lobby is promoting a “wear orange weekend.”

Gun control proponents a few years ago appropriated fluorescent orange—the color worn by hunters for several years to promote safety and reduce accidents in the field—as their way of pushing their gun control agenda.

 

Glock 31: Why 1 Expert Says You Will Really Like This Gun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In the early 1990s, a handful of calibers emerged to challenge the nine-millimeter as the dominant semi-automatic handgun round. One of these, the .357 Sig, is the caliber of choice for the Glock 31 pistol. The Glock 31 is the company’s offering for those into high velocity or long distance handgun shooting. The G31 also comes with a large magazine capacity, making it an excellent self-defense or duty sidearm.

 

PA: Lehigh Valley Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against Second Amendment Challenges
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dozens of gun rights advocates spent a picture-perfect Saturday afternoon rallying at a North Whitehall Township rifle club in defense of the Second Amendment. The four-hour rally at Relic Hunter Firing Line was held amid a festive atmosphere, with food for sale, literature to read, and music to enjoy by radio station WAEB-AM, which promoted the event.

 

MI: March for Our Rights Assembles Second Amendment Activists
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The second annual March for Our Rights took place Saturday afternoon in Harlow Park. Men, women, and children marched with their firearms in support for Second Amendment rights. Citizens United for Freedom and Firearms, known as CUFF, sponsored the event. The group marched peacefully from Harlow Park to Front Street, and then back to the park. The event also had a 50/50 raffle, a raffle that auctioned off five guns, and were accepting donations for the Jacobetti Home for Veterans.
 

GA: U.S. Rep. McBath Pushes Bipartisanship at Town Hall
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dunwoody resident Robert Wolford waved his handwritten “Impeach Trump” poster board in front of the high school auditorium as about 200 residents made their way through soaking rain for Saturday’s town hall meeting with U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath. “Lock him up,” an older woman said as she passed. Wolford smiled from behind dark, wraparound sunglasses. “We need a trial first,” he said.
 

ME: More Women and Hunting Moose in Maine
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Licenses to hunt moose were granted this week in Maine, and the list of recipients included a surprising number of women. Women have frequently been in the minority when it comes to big game hunting, but there was a noticeable change this year in Maine. Moose hunting licenses are picked from a lottery, and 2,820 will be awarded in 2019.


 

GA: Homeowner Who Grabbed Rifle, Fatally Shot Intruder won't be Charged, Authorities Say
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A Georgia homeowner who fatally shot a man caught breaking into his home will not be charged, according to a report. “People have the right to defend themselves,” Maj. Anthony Thuman of the Clayton County Police Department said.

The homeowner grabbed his rifle and fired at the intruder, who was at the top of the stairs.

Submitter's note: The anti gun liberals would have you believe that this is as rare as flying pigs.
 

TX: Texas Law Will Allow Guns in Place of Worship
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In a few months, gun owners with concealed carry licenses will be able to bring their weapons into places of worship.
 

VA: Attendees at Nation's Gun Show Worry About Possibility of Gun Control Legislation
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Handguns, shotguns, riffles, and ammunition are just some of the things up for grabs at the Nation's Gun Show in Chantilly, Va. this weekend. Organizers say the show attracts over 10,000 people from all over the DMV area. "There are no gun stores in the District of Columbia, there's only one FFL operating in D.C., so D.C residents have to come here, to a gun store out-of-state," said Mark Anderson.
 

IL: Shootings Reported in Chicago, as New Mayor Pledges to Tackle Gun Violence
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Less than a month into the first term of Chicago's newly elected Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the city is experiencing a second straight weekend of gun violence. Since Friday, two people have been killed in shootings and 22 others have been wounded, according to the Chicago Police Department. This comes just a week after the city's most violent weekend so far this year, which left 10 dead and 52 wounded in shootings.
 

CCW Weekend: Suppressors are the Latest Sacrifice Bunt
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Had one to guess, there’s going to be new legislation or an executive order banning suppressors, just like there was one banning bump stocks. Just as with banning bump stocks, it’s a sacrifice bunt and not a very good one at that. Part of the problem with gun politics in the United States is that extremists on both sides don’t want to compromise, and the people that want to meet in the middle do everything they can to miss the forest for the trees.
 

Guess How Many People Were Shot On Friday Night In Chicago
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The Chicago Tribune reports that at least 22 individuals were shot in under 11 hours last night in Chicago as an already violent summer for the Windy City continues. Many of these victims were innocent individuals caught in the spray of bullets related to gang organized, other criminal activity, or drive-by shootings according to police records. For example, "at about 7:15 p.m., an 18-year-old man suffered a graze wound to the head in the 2500 block of East 83rd Street in the South Chicago neighborhood," after sitting in a car, hearing gun shots, and realizing he had been hit big a stray bullet.
 

OH: Plan to Expand Hunting, Fishing in Wildlife Refuges Revealed
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The Trump administration on Wednesday proposed opening up more federally protected land for hunting and fishing in what it called a major expansion of those activities in the nation’s wildlife refuges. The plan affects 1.4 million acres on federal public lands, including 74 national wildlife refuges, U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge along Lake Erie in northern Ohio.
 

OR: Oregon Relaxes Rules for Hunting Livestock-Killing Wolves
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Oregon state officials relaxed rules Friday to make it easier to kill the state’s endangered gray wolves if they are found to have eaten livestock. Under the new rules, the commission can approve wolf kills if a pack is confirmed to have killed livestock twice in nine months. Commissioners with the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife voted six to one to approve an updated plan to manage the state’s 137 wolves after hours of contentious testimony sharply divided into two groups: ranchers and hunters on one side, who were mostly happy with the plan, and wolf advocates on the other, who rejected it.

 

Record NICS Background Checks for May, 2019 – It just Keeps Growing!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In May 2019, there were record numbers of background checks in the National Instant Background Check System (NICS) run by the FBI. It bested the next closest May, done last year, by 347 thousand checks, or about 17 percent. Last May, the total number of background checks were 2,002,992. This year, in May of 2019, they were 2,349,309.

 

MO: Missouri Department of Conservation to up Shooting Range Prices by $1
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announced it will slightly increase user fees at its five staffed shooting ranges this summer. Justin McGuire, hunter education and shooting range coordinator, said the agency will be raising prices from $3 to $4 per round or hour. The current fee at all staffed shooting ranges is $3 per hour on the rifle, handgun, patterning or archery ranges and $3 per round on the trap/skeet ranges. The fees will increase to $4 per round or hour starting on July 1.
 

CA: Gun Owners Stockpile Ammo Before New California Background Check Law Begins
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California ammo buyers are making a run on gun shops ahead of a new state law, which on July 1 will require buyers of bullets to show identification and undergo a background check to screen out felons and people with illegal firearms.
In a state with the toughest gun laws in the nation, Gov. Gavin Newsom and some other leaders see restricting ammunition sales as a necessary next step in reducing gun tragedies.
 

Mark Cuban: Good at Business, Bad at the Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As a businessman and personality, entrepreneur Mark Cuban is somewhat tolerable. Like many, however, he needs a "Shark Tank"–type schooling in American history and constitutional civics. Last month, Cuban, who's been teasing a 2020 run for president, offered yet another hackneyed Democrat proposal to rewrite the Second Amendment out of our Constitution and our history.

 

Brazil Eases Repressive Gun Control, Allows Citizens to Carry Handguns for Personal Protection
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As anti-gun extremists in the United States push to restrict the Second Amendment freedom for law-abiding gun owners, Brazilians realize such measures do not work and are moving to arm themselves for protection. Following President Jair Bolsonaro’s legislation this year to ease restrictive firearm laws, Brazilians from many walks of life now will be allowed to have concealed carry handguns without having to prove to police why they need them. These include people such as politicians, journalists, truckers and hunters.

 

CA: California Woman Shoots Home Invader Armed With Hammer
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A woman from Bakersfield, Calif. practiced her Second Amendment rights last week and defended her family and property shooting a home invader who apparently was threatening her with a hammer.

 

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