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Mobile Phone Guns Seized
Submitted by: Alan L. Lundy

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I want one! I want one!

Britain using Emergency Powers Act, troops, to quell fuel tax protestors
Submitted by: Britain

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"The Home Office denied the emergency powers were tantamount to martial law but admitted the use of troops would constitute a national emergency. A spokesman said that, under the Emergency Powers Act, procedures had been established whereby troops could be used in cases of emergency.

"...speculation that Mr Straw was ready to sanction the first seizure of commercial assets by the Forces since the Navy commandeered ships in the Falklands conflict 18 years ago."

"We know what we want." David Handley, a Monmouthshire farmer, said: "If the Government thinks it is going to turn this country from a democratic state to a dictatorship, it has got a major problem."
Is this guy really that blind? Democracy? Huh? Sheesh.

Paper "Gun" costs student 2-Day suspension
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Here's another sorry example of anti-gun extremism in our public schools.

Air-gun puts a premium on accuracy and can make you a better hunter.
Submitted by: Airgunner

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Great hunting story about a guy who hones his shooting skills by hunting squirrels with a .177 caliber pellet gun.

That is how I learned to hunt; he's right.

Another Canadian Home Invasion
Submitted by: Canada so peaceful...

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CANADA: "A teen who narrowly missed being shot in the head during a home invasion is thanking his mom for saving his life."

"The 17-year-old boy says a bullet that left his ear ringing could have been followed by another if his mom had not come between her sons and the gunman who burst into their Marlborough home Friday night."

"Police are still searching for the two masked men who smashed through the rear door..."
But aren't gun bans working?

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