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A Champion of Gun Control
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://waronguns.blogspot.com

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"A 'champion of gun control...'

"I guess that all depends on the meaning of the word 'champion.'"
 

Teepen's Cognitively Dissonant Reply & Clintonian Rules
Submitted by: Mike Vanderboegh
Website: http://www.sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com

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"Well, folks, strangely enough, Tom Teepen took the time to write back, even if it was something of a form letter, I think. Here it is:"

"'Thank you for reading the NRA column and for your comments. A quick aside: I believe the 2nd Amendment refers to a right to bear arms -- not a right to bear every firearm, of whatever purpose or power, that someone can come up with and market.' -- Tom Teepen"

"And so, of course, I wrote back:"

"re: Your cognitively dissonant reply & Clintonian Rules"

"Yeah, I got that. But you still haven't answered the question of what you will do when we start resisting your advocated seizures of our property and liberty with defensive violence. Own up to the unintended consequences of your own actions ..." ...
 

Going Postal (Clandestinely)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Folks,"

"The very real possibility that us law-abiding folks will soon be pushed into behavior that the new administration will make criminal has caused some Three Percenters to consider, at least as an intellectual exercise, how we may improvise, adapt and overcome the difficulties posed thereby."

"Below I present some thought recently presented to me by a fellow thoroughly briefed on the workings of the United States Postal Service. For your edification and amusement only, of course." ...
 

The Dan Forrester Memorial Library
Submitted by: Mike Vanderboegh
Website: http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com

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"For almost as long as I can remember, I have been a fan of the science fiction of Jerry Pournelle. His books with Larry Niven were always great and my favorite was Lucifer's Hammer, about what happens when a comet strikes the earth. My favorite character in that book is Dr. Dan Forrester, a meek and mild ex-astrophysicist from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory who saves the day when the Stronghold is attacked by a cannibal army."

"Before leaving his indefensible home to journey toward the safety of Senator Jellison's ranch, Forrester goes through his extensive library, culling out books that he believes will be helpful in rebuilding a civilization. He stores them, suitably protected in zip lock bags, in his old septic tank." ...
 

'Big Boomers'—Handguns With Rifle Power Capable of Penetrating Body Armor—Are Growing Threat to Lives of Law Enforcement Officers, According to New VPC Study
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Powerful new handguns called 'big boomers' by the gun industry are a growing threat to the nation’s law enforcement officers, a new 36-page study released today by the [VPC] reveals. ... Body armor used by police has been able to stop handgun rounds and saved thousands of lives over the last three decades, the study states, but standard body armor cannot stop rifle rounds. 'Big Boomers'—Rifle Power Designed Into Handguns warns that the gun industry is aggressively marketing a growing number of new handguns designed to fire bullets with rifle power. The rounds these guns fire can penetrate all but the most resistant body armor ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: No mention of the number of cops (zero) killed by "Big Boomers".
 

Edie Smith Accepts the Brady Advocate Award (video)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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New York Million Mom March Chapters President Edie Smith Accepts the 2008 Brady Center Advocate Award at the celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Brady Law. Introduction by Donna Dees-Thomases.
 

A gun tax would reduce the number of firearms and deaths
Submitted by: James A. Farmer

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"In response to James Farmer's guest commentary, 'Banning guns doesn't make you safer' (see Dec. 17 Tidings), I would like to make the following points:"

"First: Most of what James Farmer wrote was published thoughout the United States many times over the last several years. A Google search for 'Firearms Refresher Course' yielded more than 5,000 matches. I've seen references as far back as 2004. Is James Farmer the original author or did he just plagiarize the works of others? ..." ...
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KABA Note: And when I googled the two quotes: "Firearms Refresher" and "An armed person is a citizen. An unarmed person is a subject." I got 4 hits. Doubtless some of Mr. Dixon's hits were the result of Minnesota's five and a half year old permit to carry law. Permits expire after 5 years and you need refresher trining to renew.
 

A democracy by any other name is ...
Submitted by: James A. Farmer

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"I wrote a harmless little letter about gun control and almost immediately James Farmer criticized my use of the word 'democracy' and the same day a Web site user quoted part of my letter and then said that the Second Amendment is to protect us from a tyrannical government who will strip us of our rights and then kill us in our sleep."

"As to Farmer, he's right. We do not live in a democracy. Let's call it a cantaloupe. Madison wouldn’t object. It means we have fair elections and then abide by the results."

"The Constitution and the Bill of Rights are thrown in to control the power of the people. A cantaloupe of the people by the people and for the people." ...
 

Gun retailer targets North Whitehall
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A North Carolina gun retailer is hoping to capitalize on fears in North Whitehall over a recent crime wave."

"Charlotte-based Hyatt Guns announced Thursday that it will give township residents a 15 percent discount on new firearms purchased through its Web site. The store made a similar offer earlier this month to residents of St. Louis after a city alderman urged his constituents to buy guns in response to a spate of murders. But this is the first time Hyatt is making such an offer to a small town, said spokesman Robert Ross."

"'This is a little town in Pennsylvania, the kind of place we all want to retire to,' Ross said. 'Then, all of a sudden, crime comes to town. It seems that nowhere in the U.S. is safe.'" ...
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KABA Note: So offering people a discount to acquire the safest self-defense tool in existence is 'capitalizing on their fears'?!?
 

OK: Homeowner helps catch would-be burglars
Submitted by: Dennis Maly

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"A quick-thinking homeowner apparently saved himself from a burglary attempt."

"Fred Gardner ... said that he heard someone in his garage and found two men trying to take his belongings when he went outside." ...

"Gardner said strange noises tipped him off that something was going on."

"'I asked him what the hell he was doing and he said, 'Cleaning the garage,' Gardner said."

"The homeowner said that he knew the man was trying to clean him out of all his property."

"That's when Gardner went back into his house and got out his 9 mm handgun."

"'If I were younger I would have taken his head off. I was going to hold him until police got there, but he was gone,' Gardner said." ...
 

A year after she defended her fellow church members, CHL-holder Jeanne Assam reflects
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Associated Press is reporting that after a year of accolades that followed her shooting of a gunman who killed two teenage sisters at her church, concealed handgun license-holder Jeanne Assam remains 'low key' and says she thinks of the family of gunman Matthew Murray." ...
 

AR: Concealed carry permit comes in handy for woman in Fort Smith
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"She's a woman who knows how to protect herself as two men who tried to rob her found out. What they didn't know was the woman is licensed to carry a concealed weapon...and yes, she was packing heat."

"'A lady was flagged over Sunday evening about 6 p.m. on the interstate ...' Lt. Steve Coppinger with State Police says that two men in a car signaled that the woman was getting a flat tire."

"'When she pulled over to check her tires one of those person in that other car got out and attempted to rob her at knife point.'"

"But what the thief didn't expect happened next. Coppinger says the female driver pulled out her handgun."

"'She pointed that at her attacker and he backed away, got in the car and they fled.'" ...
 

MI: Grand Rapids Community College student says guns should be allowed on campus
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An armed man walks around a college campus."

"A college student -- legally carrying a concealed weapon -- confronts him, restraining the would-be shooter until police arrive."

"That's the scenario Grand Rapids Community College student Josh Eberly, 25, imagines possible if licensed students were allowed to carry their concealed weapons on campus."

"'No law and no policy that says 'no gun allowed' will prevent the criminals from using them. If we legalize concealed carry in the classroom and dormitories it will provide a deterrent effect, campus will be safe,' said Eberly, a criminal justice student." ...
 

Obama Can't Be Trusted On Guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"President-elect Barack Obama said: 'Gun owners have nothing to fear' from his incoming administration. But it's more of the same -- the Clinton administration and the Clinton gun ban which expired in 2004 after 10 years. They're back."

"Instead of simply promising that he won't support new gun control legislation ... legal gun owners only get empty statements of support for 'common sense gun safety laws.' Is Obama saying that more than 22,000 common sense gun laws already on the books is not enough?"

"Is a 500 percent increase in taxes on firearms and ammunition a common-sense gun safety law? Is banning the right to carry a common-sense gun a safety law? What about a ban on the most popular sporting rifles in America? ..." ...
 

Harry Reid says Democrats like guns
Submitted by: Gun Legislation & Politics in New York
Website: http://blog.nysrpa.org

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CQ Politics has an interesting story on Senator Harry Reid, “Looking to 2010, Senate Leader Reid Hopes to Avoid Daschle’s Fate.” Of note was this: “… Reid, who was endorsed in 2004 by the National Rifle Association and has opposed a ban on assault weapons, also attributes Democrats’ recent Western success in part to candidates’ unabashed support of gun rights. “We don’t run from it anymore,” Reid said, adding, “Democrats like their weapons.” …”
 

More On Why Holder Is Unfit To Be Attorney General
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In my column on Wednesday, I documented only a small part of the massive case against the confirmation of Eric Holder for attorney general ..." ...

"• Mr. Holder has long-held views that the Second Amendment confers no rights on private citizens to bear arms. He signed onto a brief earlier this year, in the infamous case in the District of Columbia over whether there can be an absolute ban on handguns, even in homes. This again reaffirmed his views that citizens have no constitutional rights to arms. The founder of the Second Amendment Foundation recently said that despite his campaign rhetoric, the appointments and prior positions of the president-elect suggest he is going to be against the citizen’s right to bear arms. ..." ...
 

Block Holder
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Barack Obama’s nomination of Eric Holder to be the Attorney General demands an immediate and unequivocal response from gunowners and rights advocates and that response should be 'Absolutely Not!'"

"Holder's appointment to be AG must be approved by the Senate. While it is highly unlikely that opponents could muster the 51 votes needed to reject Holder’s appointment, a single Senator can place a 'hold' on the confirmation and effectively lock up the system just ... Once a 'Hold' has been placed, a supermajority of 60 votes is required to break the hold. With enough vocal opposition to Holder's confirmation, Obama could be forced to withdraw the nomination and select someone else to be his AG ...
 

Court orders gun libel suit back to state
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The federal appeals court in Atlanta has ordered a lawsuit claiming New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg libeled a Georgia sporting goods store by calling it 1 of several 'rogue gun dealers' to be returned to the state court where it originated."

"Friday's decision by the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was the latest development in a 2-year legal battle that began when Bloomberg sued 15 firearms brokers in five states, including Georgia. The suit said they were selling weapons that ended up in the hands of New York criminals." ...

"Bloomberg's lawyers wanted the suit to be dismissed or remain in federal court, because it applies to whether the gun stores violated federal laws."
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KABA Note: But none of the dealers were ever charged with violating federal laws.
 

IL: Daley eyeing less comprehensive gun ban
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling this year, he is considering less comprehensive gun control laws for his city."

"Daley said this week that with the nation's top court ruling against Washington's stringent handgun ban, he is eyeing a relaxation of Chicago's current ban as a response, the Chicago Tribune said Thursday."

"The National Rifle Association had attempted to apply the Washington ruling to Chicago's stringent handgun regulations, but U.S. District Judge Milton Shadur rejected that motion."

"However, with the firearm advocacy group appealing that ruling, Daley has scheduled a conference for next month in which handguns and related violence will be discussed." ...
 

People Celebrate Tyranny - Especially when it is for the Children
Submitted by: Larry

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"A month ago I blogged about this tyranny for tots scam. Cops in Sansom Park, TX were pulling over motorists for alleged moving violations and giving them a 'ticket for tots' as opposed to a *real* ticket. The swindle has been deemed a 'success.' People loved it. They sent in gifts from all over the country, and praised and blessed the police department." ...

"My experience is that people love this sort of thing. They are clueless as to the oppression of such an action, and besides, if they are told "it's for the children," it must be a good thing. All the fake goodwill from the jack-booted police state is meant to wear down our resistance to the presence and power of the police state in our daily lives ..." ...
 

Question 46, Revisited
Submitted by: Larry

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"'Hey, Will – we just got a letter from a Marine saying that he was part of a project dealing with civilian arms confiscation by the military. Are you interested?'" ...

"Practically leaping out of my chair, I grabbed the proffered letter, a handwritten missive attached to a multi-page document called a 'Combat Arms Survey' (scroll down). I read both the letter and the questionnaire with a sense of mingled dread and excitement." ...

"Now, roughly fifteen years later, it's hardly clear that the order to gun down American civilians defending their innate right to armed self-defense would be considered unlawful, at least in a positivist sense, by a majority of service personnel." ...
 

NY: NYPD cop accidentally shoots wife in groin in New Rochelle
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"A New York City police officer accidentally shot his wife in the groin last night ..."

"There was no apparent argument, Capt. Joseph Schaller said this morning. The off-duty cop, Humberto Arboleda, 38, was 'fooling around with his gun' in their apartment when it went off accidentally ..."

"The wife was shot in the groin area and middle finger of her left hand around 10:25 p.m. She was taken to Sound Shore Medical Center. Police said her injuries were not believed to be life threatening."

"Arboleda was charged with misdemeanor third-degree assault in New Rochelle. Schaller said the charge arises, despite the alleged accidental nature of the shooting, because 'you are not supposed to be fooling around with the gun.'" ...
 

OH: Food Co-op Victims Fight Back!
Submitted by: Larry

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

Remember the Ohio government thugs' raid on a peaceful food co-op? The victims are now fighting back by suing the state, with the help of libertarian lawyer (and LRC reader) Maurice Thompson.

I'm never too optimistic about attempts to get the government to restrain itself by using the courts -- but the Ohio courts can be relatively decent at times, and at the very least this should create some bad press for the government (along with good press for food freedom), which is always a good thing.
 

VA: Norfolk to pay $15,000 in Harborfest gun arrest case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yorktown gun-rights advocate who sued Norfolk after his arrest at Town Point Park for openly carrying a handgun will receive a $15,000 payout to settle the federal lawsuit." ...

"City Attorney Bernard A. Pishko said the settlement avoids the high price of going to trial. The city did not admit any wrongdoing, he said." ...
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Submitter's Note: Since the city admitted no wrongdoing, that means that they believe the officers acted properly, so whatever their offical policy, the next person harrassed can claim that obviously their unofficial but actual policy is to violate peoples' rights.
 

GA: Another dog shot when police screw up the address
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Add a two-year-old Dalmation to the ranks of dogs gunned down by police officers who considered themselve to be in 'imminent danger' when the cops had no business being where they were to begin with. This time, the perforated pooch was at its owners' home in Gwinnet County, Georgia, when police dropped by for a visit -- at the wrong house. But it could have been worse. A human could have died." ...
 

AZ: 4 foes of Arpaio arrested at supervisors meeting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Friction between Maricopa County government officials and a vocal coalition of activists who oppose Sheriff Joe Arpaio reached a new level when authorities arrested four people during a County Board of Supervisors meeting Wednesday."

"Sheriff’s deputies and county Protective Service officers arrested two men and two women in the middle of the meeting when they stood and applauded a speaker who criticized Arpaio."

"Joel Nelson, Jason Odhner, Monica Sanschafer and Kristy Theilen all were charged with suspicion of disorderly conduct and trespassing, said sheriff’s office spokesman Lt. Brian Lee." ...
 

MD: DUI Arrest Is Officer's 4th This Year
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A veteran Prince George's County police lieutenant was charged recently with driving under the influence of alcohol -- for the fourth time this year."

"Two of the drunken driving charges against Lt. Kenneth W. Parrish were dropped by county prosecutors, one of them in a plea deal and the other when the arresting officer failed to appear for a court hearing."

"Parrish, 44, was suspended with pay in February after he was charged with driving under the influence while operating a county police cruiser off-duty in Laurel. Acting county Police Chief Roberto Hylton said that police officials take Parrish's conduct seriously and that internal investigations are continuing." ...
 

CA: Supervisors lobby sheriff on concealed weapons
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Orange County supervisors this week abandoned their traditionally cautious approach and formally urged Sheriff Sandra Hutchens not to revoke any concealed gun permits."

"Hutchens' response: 'I think we're going to get to a point where we have to respectfully agree to disagree.'"

"The fledgling sheriff triggered a firestorm earlier this year from gun activists when she announced that the sheriff's department would adopt a stricter approach toward handing out concealed weapons permits and would reevaluate the existing 1,100 licenses held across the county. ..." ...
 

TX: Police Get the Wrong House in Galveston, Allegedly Assault 12-Year-Old Girl
Submitted by: Larry

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"As Dymond headed toward the breaker, a blue van drove up and three men jumped out rushing toward her. One of them grabbed her saying, 'You're a prostitute. You're coming with me.'"

"Dymond grabbed onto a tree and started screaming, 'Daddy, Daddy, Daddy.' One of the men covered her mouth. Two of the men beat her about the face and throat." ...

"After the incident, Dymond was hospitalized and suffered black eyes as well as throat and ear drum injuries." ...

"... from the officers' lawyer, William Helfand:" ...

"'The city has investigated the matter and found that the conduct of the police officers was appropriate under the circumstances,' Helfand says. ..."
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Submitter's Note: Allegedly?
 

TX: Galveston police haven't apologized for beating 12-year-old girl (another view)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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a 12-year-old girl and several men jumped you, insisted you were a hooker and tried to drag you to their car? Would you submit or would you fight and scream for help? ..."

"I'll bet you already guess that the three men were police officers. They were investigating allegations of prostitution two blocks from Dymond's home. The prostitutes they sought were white and elsewhere, but the officers apparently decided that Dymond, who is African-American, would do because she was wearing tight shorts. Really."

"Even though 'Dymond was hospitalized and suffered black eyes as well as throat and ear drum injuries,' she was arrested at school three weeks later for assaulting a public servant. With her face, I guess." ...
 

MT: Hal's red herring
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hal Herring's 'Why we all need the Democrats to abandon gun control' deserves our derision (HCN, 10/27/08). Herring may share some values with most Democratic voters, but proselytizing for gun addicts of the Palinesque variety is not one of them."

"I learned as a boy on a western Montana ranch that the thoughtful and competent use of firearms is generally practiced by law-abiding citizens who hunt to provide meat for the table. Regulating the type and use of firearms to protect innocent people from gun users who do not respect the law or the rights of others does not require abrogation of Second Amendment rights. The scope of the right to bear arms should, however, be based on reasoned thought and discussion." ...
 

UT: We pay enough without taxing weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I am writing in response to the letter of Dec. 15, 'We tax vehicles, why not tax weapons?' The letter writer would create good material for our Utah politicians in order to keep taxing us. We are taxed to death now! In his quoting of the Second Amendment, does this writer's logic tell him that maybe the people who wrote it might have the gray matter to figure out that our arms would improve? 'Well regulated militia': What does he call the National Guard? The Boy Scouts are 'well regulated' and trained. I'm sure most, if not all, have firearms in their homes as well as the ones they use while on duty."

"We pay taxes when we buy them, and we don't use them 24/7. Cars we do." ...
 

PA: Religious leaders meet with gun-shop owner to address city violence
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Gun violence does not adhere to any religion."

"That's the motivating factor behind a group of interfaith clergy who've formed a collective effort to quell illegal gun purchases in the city."

"Yesterday, religious leaders of various faiths met with James Colosimo, owner of Colosimo's Gun Center, located on Spring Garden Street near Percy, requesting that he adopt a firearms code of conduct." ...

"Points included in the agreement insist that gun-shop owners videotape all sale transactions, administer employee background checks and secure firearms in locked areas."

"The memorandum is identical to that between Wal-Mart and the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition." ...
 

GA: Gays and guns
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Mark Nichols distinctly remembers being in his gym's empty parking lot at night when a man who had followed him out after his workout started shouting anti-gay epithets at him."

"'He told me he was sick of faggots being in the gym,' said Nichols ..."

"What kept Nichols calm was the handgun he kept in his gym bag that he was legally entitled to carry with a permit."

"'The guy wanted to beat me up. I told him he was making a mistake. I just told him that. I had no concern I was going to get hurt. And the guy left me alone,' he said."

"Nichols never pulled out his gun, but apparently the would-be gay basher picked up a vibe. And that's all Nichols wanted to do, he said ..." ...
 

NY: Shoot to Win
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Tis the season to shoot."

"Winter shotgun, rifle and handgun shooting leagues - both indoor and outdoor - are starting up this month and early next month throughout Central New York. The leagues cater to beginners and crack shots alike."

"The competition started last Sunday at the DeWitt Fish and Game Club off Woodchuck Hill Road, where shooters had their pick of outdoor trap, skeet or 5-stand leagues."

"'I shoot trap,' said Karl Burst, who serves on the club's board of directors. 'There's some guys, though, who will come out and shoot all three, which will kill a day for you.'" ...
 

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