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Hillsboro Gunsmith Has High Hopes
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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Jeremiah Ogden was born in Sugartree Ridge, and grew up hunting, fishing and trapping with his father, who served with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources as a hunting and fishing instructor. Ogden said that’s perhaps where he got his love of guns – and it shows when you walk into the new Hillsboro Armory and Manufacturing.
 

Coming Unhinged In Cleveland
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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People who wonder why it’s nearly impossible to have a “reasonable conversation” on guns and gun control need look no further than Brent Larkin, retired editorial director for Cleveland’s Plain Dealer and frequent columnist at Cleveland.com. In a completely unhinged rant posted last week, Larkin declared that pro-gun state legislators have a “17th-century mindset” because they favor loosening regulations on concealed carry—a trend, by the way, that is sweeping the nation.
 

NC: 143 Jurors Show Up for First Day of Corbett Trial
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One hundred and forty-three prospective jurors came on the first day of the trial in the brutal murder of an Irish businessman nearly two years ago. Jason Corbett, 39, was a native of Ireland who moved to Davidson County with his second wife, Molly Corbett, and his two children, Jack and Sarah, from his first marriage. Molly Corbett, 33, and her father, Thomas Martens, a former FBI agent, are facing trial on charges of second-degree murder. Prosecutors dismissed charges of voluntary manslaughter against Corbett and Martens on Monday.
 

Where We Disagree- The Divergent Opinions Between Gun Owners and Non-Gun Owners
Submitted by: Rob Morse
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Legal gun ownership is heavily regulated in the United States. Protecting our rights is not necessary when we agree. It becomes essential to protect a minority view, and gun owners are a minority here in the US. Pew research conducted a series of interviews last month. They released reports on the opinions of gun owners and non-gun owners. Here are where gun owners and non-owners disagree based on recent polling data.

The poll gives us public opinion. We may argue that the opinion is uninformed, but that is a separate discussion. It shows us the clear differences between the gun culture and opinions held by the majority.
 

MI: Detroit CPL Holder Who Warned, Then Shot Man was Justified, Police Believe
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Detroit police believe a concealed pistol license holder was justified when he shot and critically injured a 27-year-old man, who was acting violently in Detroit about 11 p.m. Sunday.

The 27-year-old man who was shot is now in critical condition. The 23-year-old shooter was questioned and released by police.

The shooter witnessed the 27-year-old having a fight with a man and woman sitting in a pickup near Lyndon and Stansbury in Detroit; the fight escalated, the man used an object to break a window on the pickup and the driver drove off.

The CPL holder approached and ordered the man to stop and told him to "not get any closer," according to Dante Freeman of the Detroit Police Department Media Relations Department.
 

NRA: Washington Post Abuses First Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Carrying a concealed weapon on the Augusta University campus is now generally permitted but a series of places where it is not left faculty and staff with a number of questions and concerns. AU officials held a forum Monday afternoon for faculty and staff at its Summerville Campus and will have another on July 28 on the Health Sciences Campus, with more coming in August, said AU Chief of Police James C. Lyon.
 

SAF Sues Over Michigan Agency’s Gun Regulations for Foster Parents
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Michigan, challenging that state’s regulations on firearms ownership and use for anyone seeking to become a foster parent. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan against Nick Lyon “in his official capacity as director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). It alleges that the agency has violated the civil rights of four people under color of law.
 

AL: Church Employee Shoots Robber in Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A man was shot and killed Sunday night after he attempted to rob a Dothan church parishioner, according to police. Police indicate Steffon Parreese Valentez Tolver died from a single gunshot wound after trying to rob a person of $50 at Crossroads Baptist Church, located on Westgate Parkway in Dothan. According to police, a church employee shot Tolver once with his personal handgun after Tolver tried to rob him.
 

How to Use Shot Timers to Shoot Better
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In 1982, Ronin Colman created the PACT Championship Timer. Since then, shot timers have become so trustworthy and prolific that they’re used to decide the outcome of shooting matches worldwide. Shot timers can be used in a number of ways to help you improve your shooting with a defensive handgun. For example, during dry practice a shot timer can help you measure and improve handgun presentation speed and consistency.
 

NRA: Washington Post abuses First Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Rifle Association targeted the Washington Post in a new video Monday, accusing the newspaper of "doing damage to the country" and promoting the "violent left."
 

"Pretty Face to Sell Guns to Men," Women's March Smears Dana Loesch
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Following NRA Spokeswoman Dana Loesch’s new video in support of Second Amendment freedom, which had the Left outraged, the Women’s March protesters were back in the streets of the District, this time marching from the NRA headquarters to the Department of Justice. Ironically, despite their false claim that the Women’s March represents all women, this march was in protest of a fellow woman.
 

NY: Firearms Group Raises $500 for Local Man Following Mixup
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A firearms ownership advocacy group has raised $500 to reimburse a local man for expenses incurred after his firearms were mistakenly confiscated through a state gun control law following a Social Security number mixup, the organization has announced. A $500 check was presented Wednesday to Don Hall by the Oneida and Herkimer counties chapter of SCOPE (Shooters Committee On Political Education).
 

AZ: Guns and Ammo in Workplace Lead Battle Over State Audit
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Tim Jeffries was previously hired by Gov. Doug Ducey as director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security. The agency handles unemployment benefits, workforce programs as well as social service and welfare programs. Ducey fired Jeffries in 2016 after some mass firings and other questions at of the state government’s largest agencies.
 

NC: Man Charged With Stealing 52 Guns From KC pawn Shop After Arrest in North Carolina
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A man arrested in North Carolina is charged with stealing more than 50 guns from a midtown Kansas City pawn shop. Kameron M. Bynum, 22, is accused of burglarizing Smart Pawn at 63rd Street and Troost Avenue on May 13.
 

IL: Stolen Guns Recovered From Local Burglary
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Jasper County State’s Attorney, Chad M. Miller, announced that on July 16, 2017, an investigation into a burglary which occurred on July 14, 2017, at 708 W. Jourdan Street, Newton, Illinois, which is a business owned by Michael Fischer, culminated in the recovery of stolen items and an arrest. Law enforcement officers with the Newton Police Department were called in to investigate a burglary that occurred the night of July 14, 2017, at Yale Rebuilders, a business operated by Michael Fischer.
 

Right To Bear Arms Doesn't Come From God
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Facebook post from some hyped-up gun group says I should show my patriotism by exercising my God-given right to carry a weapon. Why in heaven's name should I carry a gun? If someone came up to me in Walmart and shoved a Glock whatever in my ribs, a gun in my purse would do me no good whatsoever because I'd never be able to rummage through everything and get it out before he knocked my block off.
 

First Look: Springfield Armory Range Officer Elite Pistol Series
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Springfield Armory announced four new models in its line of popular Range Officer handguns, bringing a new level of performance and versatility to the company's well-known 1911 pistols. "The original 1911 Range Officer line remains a huge success with serious shooters," Springfield Armory CEO Dennis Reese said. "It made professional level performance more affordable by leveraging the tools, techniques and experience only Springfield Armory has. That’s always been our calling card. The new RO Elite models are more of the same: premium features, high performance, affordable price."
 

Australian Government Use Dakota Arms as Amnesty Example – Part 5
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I was seated in the Eykamp farm kitchen in NSW, Australia when Donald Eykamp stormed in and shoved a paper in my face.

“Look at this!” He exclaimed. “That is a Dakota rifle! One of the most expensive production rifles in the world! They cost $5,000 each. Look at the ebony fore end, the wrap around checkering, the grip cap, the classic peep sight, the short fore end, the inside the trigger guard magazine release, the Model 70 end of the receiver! Not one of these rifles have ever been used in a crime!”
 

VT: Aquarion Gun Range Draws Neighbors’ Ire
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Holly Pryor held up her smart phone so Police Chief Tim Shaw and Easton police board members could hear a recording of gunshots near her home. “Bang! Bang! Bang!” The shots are from the Aquarion Water Co. gun range off Stepney Road (Route 59), located only about 1,700 feet from a barn on Pryor’s Everett Road land. Her property line is even closer.
 

AK-47 maker fields robotic, AI gun system for Russians
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The maker of the celebrated AK-47 rifle has unveiled a new robotic gun system for the Russian military that will use artificial intelligence to size up targets — then shoot. Reports from TASS and others show a turret system that can be installed on vehicles and operated by remote control.
 

AR: Man Fires Gun, Yells 'Bring it On' at Officers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Fayetteville man was arrested after police say he fired multiple shots and yelled, "bring it on," at officers on Saturday evening. Jerry W. Baker, 51, was booked into the Washington County Detention Center and faces five counts of aggravated assault, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. On Friday at 11 p.m., officers were called to the an area of Willoughby Road after a neighbor reported Baker was firing a gun on his property. He had previously been arrested for a domestic charge in June, authorities said.
 

WA: 17-Year-Old Spokane Girl Pulls Gun on Home Intruder on the Run from Spokane County Deputies
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A 17-year-old north Spokane County girl protected herself and her home with her dad's gun when a suspected car thief on the run from Spokane County deputies came into her house Monday morning. The incident originally started at around 5:00 a.m. when deputies spotted a stolen car in the Wandermere area. After a pursuit, the suspect ditched the car in a field and took off on foot.
 

PA: Man Says He Shot and Killed Neighbor and Girlfriend in Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A man who shot and killed his neighbor and his girlfriend, as part of what residents say was a long running feud between the two men, claims he did so in self-defense. The incident occurred shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday on the 4700 block of James Street in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. The 69-year-old man told police he had been arguing with his neighbor, identified by friends as 45-year-old Bob DePaul. The man claimed DePaul and his girlfriend, identified as 43-year-old August Dempsey, tried to climb his fence during the argument.
 

FL: Women Gather to Learn About Concealed Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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A group of women hoping to one day own a gun learned all about the second amendment at a special class Sunday. Dozens of women packed a conference room at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Fort Myers for a women's-only concealed carry class. It was hosted by Women Protection Services, a gun education group based out of Tampa Bay.
 

Giving Teachers Guns Won't Make Schools Safer
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Fear is among the most powerful of human motivations. That's true whether the fear is based on rational grounds, or irrational considerations — i.e., paranoia. Both evoke strong emotional responses.

When the threat is to the safety of the most precious persons in our lives — our children — emotions are magnified. On top of that, intense media coverage can't but help make a horrific event, like the mass school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary or Columbine High School, seem like an imminent threat. But the only way we know to separate fear from paranoia is through facts and knowledge.
 

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