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How Freedom Loving Californians With AR Style Rifles Are Fighting Back
Submitted by: David Williamson
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California’s liberal lawmakers failed in their efforts to outlaw “assault rifles,” so they now focus their attention on outlawing distinctive features of AR-15s, but creative gun-owners have once again found ways around their legislation.

Earlier laws meant to crack down on detachable magazines were circumvented by the invention of the bullet button, which uses a special tool to release magazines.
 

Anti-gun Fury After School Trip to GA Gun Range
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Anti-gunners are reportedly furious about a recent field trip to a Woodstock, Ga., gun range by youngsters from a local private school, but the gun range owner is defending the trip, according to WSB-TV in Atlanta. The controversy ignited after images of youngsters handling firearms appeared on Facebook, the station reported. The station quoted Tammy Dorsten, owner of the Holdheide Academy in Woodstock, who said parents had approved the “hands-on” lesson that correlated with lessons about Annie Oakley and Davy Crockett, two American folk heroes. Apparently, only two students actually made the trip, and contrary to some reports, they were not pre-schoolers, but first and second-graders.
 

Washington, D.C. Asks Full Appeals Court to Review a Pro-gun Ruling
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Washington, D.C.’s Attorney General Karl Racine filed a petition on Thursday with the U.S. Appeals Court for the District of Columbia, asking the court to rehear a decision that a three-judge panel of that court issued in July. That decision, 2-1, issued a permanent injunction prohibiting the district from enforcing its “good reason” requirement to obtain a concealed carry permit.
 

MN: Robbery Suspect Shot by Inver Grove Store Clerk Charged, Still in Hospital
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During an Aug. 17 robbery of a Verizon Wireless store in Inver Grove Heights, Jamaal Marquie Mays allegedly pointed a .45-caliber handgun at a clerk’s head and told him to “make it easy on me.” The clerk had another idea: He pulled his own gun from his waistband and fired three shots, hitting Mays twice and critically wounding him.
 

‘Back the Blue’ Training Event Empowers Female LEOs
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A Girl & A Gun (AG & AG) hosted a training for female law enforcement on August 9-11, 2017, at the American Police Hall of Fame in Titusville, FL. Participants included five law enforcement officers (LEOs), one spouse of a LEO, and two civilians.
 

FL: Gilchrist County Sheriff Speaks out About 2nd amendment
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The right to bear arms. A touchy subject for some, but one sheriff is letting his voice be heard. "I'm a big supporter of the Second Amendment and those people who want to bear arms. I understand there's people on opposing sides of this and I understand that. That's we live in the greatest country in the world. There's certain freedoms and constitutional rights,” said Gilchrist County Sheriff Robert "Bobby” Schultz. Sheriff Schultz Took to Facebook to reach out to his community over the weekend.
 

Friends of NRA Raise Funds for 4-H Shooting Range
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Hundreds turned out at this year’s Kisatchie Friends of NRA banquet, all for a good cause. The funds raised at this year’s banquet will go to the Webster Parish 4-H outdoor skills and shooting sports program. Phillip Krouse, chairman of the event, said money from the last four years has gone to 4-H’s shooting range, which is almost complete.
 

All the Best Looks From the NRA Concealed Carry Fashion Show
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At the National Rifle Association’s Carry Guard Expo in Milwaukee this weekend, firearm fanatics attended workshops that taught them how to protect themselves from “today’s unprecedented violence and global threat,” employ jiujitsu moves to supplement the bullets they put in people’s bodies, and use flashlights.
 

First Gear: NRA Carry Guard Exposition II
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Our minions have completed their exploration of the NRA Carry Guard Expo. As we observed in Part 1, there’s a bunch going on between widely varied vendors and well over 100 seminars and training sessions. Any illusions of remotely covering it all are long gone, but we do have a few more nuggets. John Browning’s .380 ACP has long been derided for defensive use along “bigger is better” lines, particularly among American shooters. With access to the .45 ACP—another Browning invention—there’s no real mystery as to why. Modern doctrine and bullet architecture have moderated “.45ness” to some extent, but relatively deep suspicions toward JMB’s shorty 9 mm remain.
 

Georgia Law Enforcement Looking Into Gun Turn-in Operation
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Gun buy backs (more appropriately termed turn-ins) are a misguided and ineffective tactic for combating violent crime, and those that continue to champion them accomplish little more than revealing their own ignorance. With no expectations that turn-ins will affect crime, the very least the organizers of these anti-gun rituals should be expected to do is to follow the law and not actively harm public safety. Recent reports from Savannah, Ga. suggest that turn-in organizers in that city may have been unable to meet these most basic criteria.
 

CA: L.A. is Poised to Roll Back its Ban on 'Ultracompact' Guns
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For more than a decade and a half, Los Angeles has banned the sale of “ultracompact” guns, which lawmakers feared could be more easily hidden by criminals. Now the city is poised to eliminate that rule in the face of legal warnings from the National Rifle Assn. and the California Rifle & Pistol Assn., which say that the city restrictions have been preempted by state law.
 

CO: Burglars Steal Dozens of Weapons from Dragonman Gun Store
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Four thieves smashed their way into the Dragonman gun store and shooting range in Colorado Springs and stole 65 guns, and the shop’s owner said Monday they’re lucky he wasn’t there at the time. “There’s a lot of idiots out there,” said Mel “Dragon Man” Bernstein, owner of a gun museum, the Dragonman gun store and shooting range in Colorado Springs that was burglarized Sunday night. “I’m the most armed man in America. I have over 200 machine guns in my name. If I had been there they would have gotten shot in the head.”
 

IL: 7 Dead, 25 Wounded in Weekend Shootings Across Chicago
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A 16-year-old boy was among seven people killed in shootings that left another 25 people wounded across Chicago between Friday evening and Monday morning. The boy was shot to death about 3:45 a.m. Saturday in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side. Theotis Luckett, 16, was shot in the back in the 3600-block of West Ohio, according to Chicago police and the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office.
 

Gander Mountain's Bankruptcy Continues to Shoot Down Sporting Goods Industry
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The bankruptcy of one of the biggest sporting goods chains was bound to have an impact on the industry, but the repercussions from Gander Mountain's collapse continue to be felt and Cabela's (NYSE: CAB) second quarter earnings report hint that the ripples are still fanning out.
 

MI: State Announces New Deer Hunting Rules
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If you’re a hunter who shoots deer or related animals in other states, be advised that there are new rules about bringing their parts into Michigan. The tougher regulations are intended to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease among Michigan’s deer, elk and moose.
 

MS: Councilman and Others Protest Jackson Gun Show
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Guns, ammo, and other hunting supplies were big sellers during the Mississippi tax free weekend. But a Jackson city councilman said that's part of the city's problem. "Stop the violence, stop the killing, no more gun show," chanted protesters. Councilman Kenny Stokes led the protest Sunday outside the Trade Mart.
 

KS: KU to Host Informational Sessions in Response to Questions About Concealed Carry on Campus
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University of Kansas students returning to campus this fall evidently have some questions about the onset of concealed carry at their school. The KU Office of the Provost, along with other KU entities, has answers, and on Wednesday will host the first of several student-focused informational sessions about new legislation allowing guns on college campuses.
 

ME: Bear Hunting Season has Begun
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Hunters are flocking to the woods of Maine to participate in the state’s bear hunt, which is one of the key economic drivers of rural parts of the state. The bear hunt began today and runs until Nov. 25. There are different parts of the season in which hunters can pursue bears with bait or hunting dogs.
 

PA: Women Dressed as Nuns With Guns Try to Rob Bank in Tannersville
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Police and the FBI are searching for two women who dressed up as nuns while trying to rob a bank in Tannersville, Pennsylvania. Police say the two women entered the Citizens Bank along Route 611 in Tannersville around 12:30 p.m. Monday. The women displayed a handgun but fled before getting any cash, according to police.
 

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