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Court refuses to block lawsuit against gun manufacturers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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The Supreme Court is refusing to block a lawsuit against gun manufacturers over firearms violence in Washington, D-C.

Justices aren't interfering with an appeals court ruling that the D-C government and individual shooting victims can sue gun companies. The suit was filed under a D-C law that says gun makers can be held accountable for violence from assault weapons.

Among those involved with the suit is a Washington man who was left a quadriplegic after being shot in 1997.

Twelve states had urged justices to rule in favor of gun companies. The defendants include Beretta, Smith-and-Wesson, Colt and Glock.

However this isn't the final stop. The lawsuit could be voided by a federal law that shields those in the firearms business from being sued. The Senate passed it over the summer. It's awaiting action in the House.
 

NM: The best hunting season is the safest hunting season
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"Itís sport to thousands, and it involves guns. But it is no laughing matter when just one mistake is made with a loaded firearm."

"Big-game hunting season is upon us again. Itís a rite of passage for many, and the best season of the year for many more of us." ...

"Handle each gun as if it were loaded."

"Never carry a loaded gun of any kind unless you are in the field and prepared to use it to shoot game."

"Keep your gun on safety until you are ready to shoot."

"Know exactly what you are shooting at before squeezing the trigger. You will not be the only one out there in the woods."

"Never carry a loaded firearm into or around camp."

"Never get into or on any type of vehicle with a loaded weapon." ...
 

MD: Father shot in Bowie, police say likely self-defense
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"A man with history of domestic violence was killed in Bowie Oct. 2 when his son returned fire after he shot at the son and his daughter-in-law." ...

"At 10:39 p.m., police believe the man ... entered his sonís house ... by breaking out a rear window glass door."

"A witness said he saw Snoots walking up the stairs in the house with a shotgun ..."

"Then Snoots fired a gun in the bedroom where his son and daughter-in-law were located."

"The witness told Snoots, Ď'Donít do this' and Snoots pulled a handgun from his waistband and pointed it at the witness and said Ď'do you want to get shot?'"

"The witness said he believes it was at this point that Michael Snoots Jr. fired a gun of his own and struck his father." ...
 

MI: Defend state's self-defense laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the first questions politicians should ask when tinkering with existing law is: What problem needs to be fixed?"

"So it is with legislation in the state House that would change Michigan's self-defense laws. Are citizens being unjustly prosecuted for defending their lives and property? Are they afraid to pull a gun on intruders or aggressors because laws are too restrictive? Have people who have defended themselves routinely lost law suits?" [emphasis added]

"As far as we know, the answers to those questions are 'no,' 'no' and 'no.' That should be the same answer lawmakers give to the bills that would change the perfectly acceptable status quo." ...
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Submitter's Note: Acceptable to whom?!?
 

FL: Hey Florida scum . . . itís time for you to run!
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"As of this Saturday, October 1, 2005, the law abiding citizens of Florida have been 'given back' the already God-given, Constitution-given and no-duh-right to defend themselves, and if need be, use deadly force in so doing. Thatís right . . . if you decide to rape, rob, car jack or accost a Floridian, you might want to think twice about that brain fart, as that may be the last thing you do ..." ...

"... Therefore, I can either impale said dipstick, on a sword, or dust him with 00 Buck, or unload my Sig in his surprised face, or double tap his center mass with my .450/400-3 ľ Nitro Express double rifle ... Yes, beginning this Saturday, good Floridian men can put down bad foolish men who violate the sanctity of our Castles." ...
 

NC: Sales tax changes among new N.C. laws now in effect
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... "Clerks of courts also now must provide information to domestic violence victims about how to get a temporary concealed weapons permit. Such victims previously could qualify for a 90-day permit, but bill supporters say giving a handout to victims would remind them that they have the right to keep a gun for protection."

"Domestic violence prevention advocates worry adding a weapon to often volatile situations."

"Gov. Mike Easley signed the bill into law in August, but his office said he wanted it amended before the Legislature adjourned. The House narrowly rejected a bill that would have repealed the new law." ...
 

FL: Gun Control Group Accused of 'Tourist Terrorism'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Second Amendment group says a new anti-gun advertising campaign aimed at Florida's tourism industry is shameless and deplorable."

"'The Brady Campaign has descended to a new low,' said Joe Waldron, executive director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA)."

"'Spreading hysteria is their political stock in trade, but now they are deliberately trying to terrify tourists, including those from other countries. To do that, they're openly suggesting that legally armed, law-abiding Florida residents are emotionally unbalanced to the point that they would gun down tourists.'" ...

"CCRKBA says the Brady Campaign is trying to 'vilify' America in the eyes of foreign visitors ..." ...
 

FL: Gun Control Group Warning Tourists On Fla. Deadly Force Law
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"Clark Ramm said he sees shades of the Wild West in Florida's new law giving greater legal protections to people who shoot or use other deadly force when threatened or attacked." ...

"Ramm was one of dozens of people at the Miami airport who were given the leaflets beginning with the words 'An Important Notice to Florida Visitors' in bold red type by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, which has also taken out ads in major Detroit, Chicago, Boston and London newspapers about the new Florida law." ...

"'I feel that if an individual is threatened and they have a weapon, they ought to be able to shoot first,' said Steven Stoller of Saddle River, N.J. 'If it ends up being a bad idea, they'll have to look at it again.'"
 

NC: Laney student jailed for bringing gun to school
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"A Laney High School student is in jail, charged with bringing a gun to school."

"Authorities arrested 16-year-old John Maurice McNeil at the school Thursday. Investigators say another Laney student warned a teacher that McNeil had a handgun."

"A school resource officer got the .22-caliber pistol and arrested McNeil without incident."

"He's charged with possession of a weapon on school property and possession of a handgun by a minor -- both felonies."

"McNeil also faces a misdemeanor charge of carrying a concealed weapon. He's in a New Hanover County jail cell tonight. His bond is $50,000." ...
 

UK: Officials ignored repeated warnings about Dunblane killer, files reveal
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"A succession of police officers, social workers and parents believed Thomas Hamilton was a danger to children for many years before he killed 16 primary school children and their teacher in the Dunblane massacre, yet little action was taken to tackle him."

"Previously secret documents released in Edinburgh yesterday revealed widespread concern ..." ...

"The documents also reveal what happened in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy. One woman lent her mobile phone to a policeman at the scene. Part of the policeman's conversation was inadvertently recorded on an answering machine. It went:"

"'How many's dead?'"

"'Eh, several, over a dozen - it's Tommy Hamilton. He's a fuckin' nutter.'"
 

LA: Rumors fueled Katrina tales
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"Among the rumors that spread as quickly as floodwaters after Hurricane Katrina, reports that gunmen were taking potshots at rescue helicopters stood out for their senselessness."

"On Sept. 1, as patients sweltered in hospitals without power and thousands of people remained stranded on rooftops and in attics, crucial rescue efforts were delayed as word of such attacks spread."

"But more than a month later, representatives from the Air Force, Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security and Louisiana Air National Guard say they have yet to confirm a single incident of gunfire at helicopters." ...
 

CA: Redress sought in police shooting
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"Trial is set to begin today in a civil suit filed by the grieving father of a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed by a Long Beach police officer after he lunged at the officer in a confrontation last year."

"Keyante Reed was shot and killed by then-Officer David Garcia on July 16 after Reed prompted a foot chase by yelling profanities at Garcia, then growled and lunged at the officer ... officials have said."

"Garcia was fired over the incident and is challenging his dismissal." ...

"Garcia, who had three years on the force, was fired in December after a city shooting review board recommended his termination. Police Chief Anthony Batts said at the time that Garcia's actions were inconsistent with his training." ...
 

OK: Shut gun museum down; account for every weapon
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"About 6,000 weapons are missing from a state-owned gun museum, and state officials simply need to step in and shut the museum down in order to conduct a thorough investigation."

"The J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum in Claremore had featured nearly 20,000 weapons - including a gallery of guns used by outlaws such as Jesse James, Emmett Dalton, Cole Younger and Pretty Boy Floyd. However, a recent state audit determined about one-third of the museum's weapons are missing. State Auditor Jeff McMahan made the announcement late last month."

"Police say the missing weapons may draw the attention of the federal government, leading to an investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives." ...
 

India: Murder case against Army
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"Police on Monday filed a case of kidnapping and murder against the Commanding Officer, Major and 10 soldiers of 18 Rashtriya Rifles who have been accused of bringing four Hindu labourers from Jammu as 'porters,' killing them in a fake gunfight and then branding them as 'unidentified foreign militants' one year ago." ...

"The families have charged the accused of murdering the four labourers in a fake gunfight in Kupwara district." ...
 

Brazil: Brazil weighs controversial ban on guns
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"As she walked home through the twisting, narrow passageways that honeycomb the large hillside slum of Rocinha, Denise do Espirito Santo spotted a young man following her."

"She recognized him as a drug dealer ... but she wasn't afraid ..."

"'The dealers watch out for everyone in the neighborhood ... doing what the police don't,' said do Espirito Santo, 43. 'People here fear the police and their guns more than they do the dealers.'"

"The inverted realities of Brazil's poorest neighborhoods have added complexity to the debate about gun control, but later this month every citizen from 18 to 70 will confront a clear, yes-no question: Should the sale of all types of guns and ammunition be banned nationwide for everyone except the police and military?" ...
 

Philippines: Cop killed in gunplay by colleague
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"A member of the Angeles City Police Office (Acpo) died on the spot at dawn Sunday when an off-duty police officer fired his M-16 rifle at the victim and Tourist Police volunteers who tried to accost him along Manuel Roxas Highway in Bayanihan Park just outside the Clark Special Economic Zone (CSEZ) main gate." ...

"The suspect, Senior Police Officer 2 Urbano C. Botictic ... fled after the incident but was later arrested while he slept with the M-16 rifle still in his hands in a cogonal vacant lot along Batangas Street."

"Regretful of the death of Dungca, Botictic said he fired at the group because he was surprised by their suddenly blocking his path. He said he did not recognize the men since he was intoxicated with liquor." ...
 

AK: Anchorage: Right to bear arms expands
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"If you go to the mall, stop to get gas, have an after-work drink out with friends, be aware -- the people around you may be packing heat. The list of places you can carry a weapon in Anchorage is about to expand." ...

"'The vast majority of Alaskans think they ought to be able to carry a firearm wherever they wish,' said Wayne Anthony Ross, National Rifle Association board member.'"

"It may surprise you to learn that in addition to being allowed to carry a concealed weapon, you can also carry one in plain sight. But realize it may raise some eyebrows." ...
 

OH: New details on Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial controversy revealed on NRANews (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"On Friday, September 30, Buckeye Firearms Association's Chad Baus was invited on NRANews to discuss commentary he had published on this website regarding a grossly inaccurate Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial on House Bill 347."

"In addition to offering a short summary of what the editorial claimed versus what the bill actually says, Baus recounted a conversation he had with Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial page editor Brent Larkin. For those who missed the discussion, the highlights have been prepared and can be read [here]." ...
 

MA: S&W Receives Follow-on Order for Shipment to Afghanistan National Army
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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (Amex: SWB), the legendary 153-year old company in the global business of safety, security, protection and sport, today announced it has secured an order to supply 5,530 pistols to the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command (USASC) Special Projects Office for shipment to the Afghanistan National Army. The order is a follow-on to Smith & Wesson's initial shipment of 4,850 pistols for the Afghanistan National Army earlier this year. The current order, valued at approximately $1.2 million, represents the third award to the Company by the U.S. Army since April for security forces in Afghanistan and brings the Company's total military orders in 2005 to over 22,500 pistols." ...
 

The Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Shoot IDPA
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"The International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) is America's fastest-growing practical shooting discipline. With more than 12,000 members since its inception in 1996, the IDPA has risen to fill the self-defense niche on today's shooting-sports menu. So what exactly is IDPA?"

"To quote directly from the rule book: 'Defensive Pistol shooting as a sport is quite simply the use of practical equipment, including full-charge service ammunition, to solve simulated 'real world' self-defense scenarios.'"

"Shooting an IDPA match is a little like a round of golf. You show up with your equipment (clubs and balls or guns and ammo), which you use to negotiate a course. Lowest score (strokes in golf and seconds in IDPA) wins. ..." ...
 

OH: Columbus Grove teen competes in international shooting competition
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"Tiffany Utrup, 17, and a varsity cheerleader at Columbus Grove High School, enjoys cheering for her team on Friday nights. However, the fact that she is a cheerleader often comes as a surprise to some of her competitors at state and national shooting events held by the National Rifle Association of Americaís Youth Hunter Education Challenge."

"'Some of the guys at my school like to give me a hard time because they think shooting isnít for girls,' Tiffany said. 'But, shooting has always been considered a part of our family vacation.'"

"Tiffany, the daughter of Pam and DeWayne Utrup, of rural Columbus Grove, watched as elder brothers, Trevor and Tony, competed in YHEC shooting competitions." ...
 

DE: Black Powder Shoot held
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"The Grand National Waterfowl Association held their 18th Annual Black Powder Shoot on Sept. 18 at the Cambridge Skeet Club. Teams consisted of six persons - male, female, or mixed."

"Competition was in the following categories: tomahawk, blowgun, rifle, musket, pistol, shotgun and slingshot. More than 100 supporters showed up, including three 4-H teams - two from Howard County - to watch the participants test their marksmanship skills." ...
 

TX: Frogs break three school records at Horned Frog Invitational
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"Junior Nikki LeCompte set a new school record for smallbore and the team broke records in both smallbore and air rifle this weekend en route to a third place finish at the 15th annual Horned Frog Invitational."

"In the team's first smallbore action of the season, three TCU shooters finished with scores higher than the previous individual record of 550 set by LeCompte a year ago against Air Force. Freshman Tanya Gorin shot a 551 and junior Celeste Green finished with a 565 but LeCompte's ninth place score of 566 set the new standard for 60-shot smallbore. ..." ...
 

MS: Ole Miss Rifle Off To Fast Start -- Rebels Set New School Marks in Air Rifle and Smallbore
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"The Ole Miss Rebel rifle team is off to a fast start under tenth year head coach Valerie Booth."

"At the Ole Miss Invitational, which concluded over the weekend, the Rebels set new school marks in the team air rifle (2334) and team smallbore (2303). Those records propelled Ole Miss to a second place overall finish behind Murray State."

"'I am extremely excited about our start this season,' said Boothe, the only head coach in Ole Miss rifle history. 'We set new school records in the team air rifle and smallbore. Getting off to such a phenomenal start just raises expectations for the rest of the season.'" ...
 

MA: MIT Rifle Guns Down Mass Maritime In Season Opener
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Behind the efforts of co-captain Taylor Barton, who set a personal record in smallbore, the Engineers' rifle squad opened the 2005 campaign with a dominating victory over the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Tech sealed the win with another strong effort in air rifle.

Barton set a new personal high with a score of 534 in smallbore. Her total led all competitors, while teammates Jay Gill (525) and Nathan Pfaff (524) finished just off her pace as MIT outdistanced the Bucanneers co-ed team, 2092-1762.

In air rifle, Pfaff was the top marksman after finishing with a score of 565. Taylor closed second with 531, while Gill totaled 526.

Making his collegiate debut, Jake Latham shot a 509 in smallbore and a 508 in air rifle.
 

TN: The Citadel Rifle Takes Top Spot at NCAA Match
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"The Citadel men's rifle team finished at the top of the pack out of three schools with a score of 2217-72 at an NCAA match held in Clarksville, TN, over the weekend."

"The Bulldogs placed ahead of Austin Peay of the Ohio Valley Conference, who finished with a score of 2169-64. The Citadel women's rifle team ended up third with a mark of 2099-61."

"Leading the way individually for the Bulldogs were men's team captain Evan Rishel and Steven Reis, who tied for the top team score of 563 on Saturday. Women's team captain Amara Atella also fired a 563 on the first day of the competition." ...
 

OH: Area kids shoot for fun
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"From archery, hunting, and camping to petting an actual native Ohio rattlesnake, about 90 kids and their parents turned out Saturday for the 7th Annual Family Fun Day ..."

"... Elk Ridge Game Farm and Elkhorn Lake Hunt Club have been owned by Peg and Sam Ballou since 2003. For the past seven years, they have held the Family Fun Day with help from many volunteers."

"'I am helping with the shotgun shoot. We let the kids shoot a still target and a moving target. We even get moms to shoot who have never shot a gun before,' said volunteer Fred Ruhl ..."

"The shotgun shoot volunteers demonstrated with a milk jug the incredible force that a gun has as part of teaching gun safety to the children." ...
 

CO: Friends of NRA banquet raises $19,000
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"A string of eager buyers waited in line for a chance to spin the wheel and earn a ribbon of tickets. Most had their eyes on the Savage 93 .17 rifle."

"Yampa Valley Friends of NRA held its 10th annual fundraising banquet Saturday night, and the spinning wheel was a popular attraction. The person holding the winning raffle ticket could choose the rifle or 'Letters from Home,' artwork by Brian Hart."

"The group raised $19,026.19, which is up significantly from last year's $12,000. One hundred eighty-four supporters attended the banquet, which club treasurer Mindy Durkop said is about average." ...
 

AK: 'Pack shooters blast the competition
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"The West Valley Wolfpack completed a high school rifle sweep of teams from the Matanuska-Susitna Valley by posting a convincing victory over the Colony Knights on Saturday morning at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Range."

"The Wolfpack had three shooters with scores of 530 or better en route to a 2,075-1,480 victory. West Valley opened the weekend with a win over Palmer on Friday." ...
 

Cayman Islands: Cayman Islands firearms law to be amended in an effort to combat violent crime
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"The Cabinet of the Cayman Islands has embarked on an aggressive programme of legislative reform with the aim of stemming the recent increase in violent crime. The first in this planned package of legislation, aimed at imposing stiffer penalties and to introduce new offences, will be an amendment to the Firearms Law."

"While the increase in violent crime is reportedly generally confined to a small core of persons with a criminal bent, the Cayman Islands government has expressed concern that this does not take root and has resolved to do everything possible to curb this trend." ...

"... more robust legislation stipulating a minimum sentence to be imposed on persons convicted for certain firearm offences." ...
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Submitter's Note: Because everyone knows that it is more heinous to threaten someone with a gun than to bash them with a club when robbing them.
 

UK: School pupils' gun terror
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"SCHOOLCHILDREN ran in horror from a blood-soaked man after he pointed a gun in their direction as they walked past a bus stop."

"Eyewitnesses say the man who had attempted to take his own life by slitting his wrists pointed the air rifle at a group of hysterical Year Seven pupils from The Chalfonts Community College, Narcot Lane, Chalfont St Peter, on Thursday, September 22."

"The youngsters, who had just been dropped off in Church Road, Iver Heath, ran screaming into a nearby alleyway and were met by a parent coming to pick up her child at around 3.30pm." ...
 

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