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CO: Thefts From Gun Dealers More Than Doubled in 2016
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says the number of firearms stolen from gun dealers in Colorado more than doubled in 2016, reaching a 10-year high. A total of 273 guns were stolen from federal firearms licensees. In comparison, 121 guns were stolen from Colorado gun dealers in 2015 and 56 guns in 2014.
 

WA: Bill Requiring Safe Gun Storage Fails to Advance
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There may not be any more emotionally explosive debates on guns this session after a bill requiring safe storage of firearms failed to advance out of the House. It is the fifth straight session that Rep. Ruth Kagi, D-Seattle, pushed legislation to make it a crime if someone stores a gun in a place where it is found by a child and used to cause injury or death.
 

FL: Judge Denies ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense
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A retired Florida police captain who shot and killed a man in a movie theater will face a second-degree murder charge after a judge ruled that the state’s "stand your ground" law does not apply in this case.
 

‘Three Striker’ Robbery Suspect Should Stay Locked Up, Say Critics
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If the “third time is a charm,” a fourth time should be the alarm; that sentiment appears to be spreading among Evergreen State citizens following the arrest of a suspect in the robberies of grocery stores and pharmacies in Seattle who was imprisoned more than 20 years ago as a “three striker.”
 

SD: Gun Sales and Interest Remains Steady in South Dakota Under President Trump
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Since President Donald Trump took office earlier this year, guns sales nationally have seen a steady decline. Gun dealers say in the past, they saw a surge in sales when the political climate seemed unfavorable to guns, but now that the president is supporting guns, the U.S. saw one million fewer gun sales than the same period last year.
 

Living the Consequences of Extreme Gun Rights
Submitted by: David Williamson
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According to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, more than 30,000 people die from gun-related deaths each year…victims that never had a chance to weigh in on the gun safety conversation. I’m one of the 78,000 people a year who are lucky enough to survive a gun injury. Lucky is a relative term. I have a spinal cord injury. I struggle with relentless nerve pain. One gun, one bullet changes everything.
 

Allen Johnson: More Guns, Fewer Permits: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
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A North Carolina gun-rights group is pushing hard for a dazzling lapse in good judgment and common sense called “Constitutional Carry.” If passed, House Bill 69 would allow anyone to carry concealed weapons in North Carolina without a permit. That means no training required, as state law currently requires.
 

CA: 36 Guns Found in Escondido Home Where Police Killed Armed Man
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Escondido police found 36 guns in the home of a man killed by an officer on Friday, an official said.
Included in the cache was a loaded 9mm pistol that police said Damon Arthur Seitz, 40, used to threaten Officer Jason White.
 

Defendant Takes Plea Deal in Guns Case
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A California man has changed his plea in a case in which he was initially charged with being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. Torey D. Tuck, 33, of Sun City, Calif., has entered his plea of no contest to an amended charge of carrying a concealed weapon.
 

KS: Lindemuth Stored Over 2,000 guns in Storage Facility With Fraud Case Continuing
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Authorities in Topeka say the developer at the heart of a massive bankruptcy fraud case had stored lots of guns in a storage facility. Kent Lindemuth allegedly had close to 2,200 weapons at the facility. Authorities say the guns had a market value approaching $1.5 million, according to the Topeka Capitol-Journal. Lindemuth filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection over four years ago. Last year, he was charged with over 100 counts of bankruptcy fraud because 103 pistols with an estimated value of over $80,000 were allegedly bought between August 2013 and December 2014 while his bankruptcy case was working through court.
 

WI: Gun Sales Good Since Trump Took Office
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Robert Lucroy was “much more relaxed” Friday at the Eau Claire Gun Show, saying there was “no longer the frenzy for guns” after President Donald Trump took office.“Last year, it was tough getting ammunition, and everyone was trying to get guns in case something came down about possession,” said Lucroy, of Neillsville. “The change in Washington certainly has made a difference.”
 

MT: Stolen Guns With Unique Markings Recovered, Seeking Owners
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The Lake County Sheriff's Office is currently asking for help in identifying the owners of some recovered stolen guns. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell said they discovered numerous stolen guns after they executed a search warrant at a Lake County residence.
 

CA: Elderly Berkeley Man Selling Guns And Ammo Out Of His House, Police Chief Says
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Berkeley police recently arrested an Eton Road man and charged him with illegally selling a "significant" weapons cache and ammunition, Police Chief Karin T. DiMichele said. Berkeley detectives began an investigation earlier this month into the illegal sale of firearms in the Silver Ridge Park section of the township, the chief said.
 

Gun Risks, Especially for Suicide, Far Outweigh Benefits for Protection
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Most people playing the lottery or going to Vegas set a limit—an amount beyond which they won’t gamble. Don’t climb higher than you’re willing to fall. Although few consider it as such, a gun in the home is a form of gambling. The stakes are the lives of family members.
 

'Paranoia' Toy-Gun Game Among Glenview Teens Worries Police, Educators
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A popular game known as Paranoia — in which high school students carry toy guns and pretend to kill classmates for a cash prize — has prompted warnings from school and police officials in north suburban Glenview, who contend the off-campus tradition for upperclassmen is no longer appropriate.
 

MD: Reward Posted for Information Leading to Stolen Guns
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A reward up to $5,000 is being offered by THS Sporting Center in Port Huron for information leading to the retrieval of six firearms that were stolen from the Wild Game fundraiser diner at the Berville Lions Club in Berlin Township on Jan. 8. The guns were raffled off by THS Sporting Center, which has provided firearms for the gun raffle for more than a decade.
 

CT: More Thoughts on Malloy’s Gun Permit Fee Plans
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Complaints about Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposal to increase the permit fees on firearms are coming in from gun owners who claim the tax is unfair. But does anyone who is taxed think they are fairly taxed? A permit fee on guns is similar to a tax on cigarettes. Cigarette taxes have risen astronomically — and for a good reason. Cigarette smoking has been proven to be a killer and anything to force a reduction in smoking is looked upon favorably. Guns are also a killer — as anyone who reads about violence in Newtown and other areas understands.
 

Mom Pulls Gun On Another Mom In School Drop-Off Line
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Navigating the school drop-off line can be hectic and stressful even on a good day. It’s safe to say that the two moms involved in an incident in Deer Park, Texas on Thursday morning did not have a good day when one of them decided to pull a gun.
 

KS: NRA Wants No Concealed Carry Restrictions On Campuses
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Kansas public colleges will have to allow firearms on their campuses starting in July. But they’re still battling with the gun lobby over how people should be allowed to carry their guns.
 

OH: Video Shows Food Mart Clerk Shooting Would-Be Robber in Hand
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“It was really tough,” the clerk told Fox 28 Columbus, which aired the video. “It’s not easy to shoot someone, especially with someone who never had to deal with guns.” Emanuel Hamm, 27, was charged with aggravated robbery, according to the station. He reportedly suffered a gunshot wound to his hand.
 

How Trump's Vow To Protect Second Amendment Is Causing Turmoil for Outdoor Retailers
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While U.S. President Donald Trump's vow to "totally" protect the Second Amendment has eased gun owners' worried minds, his lax stance on firearms is causing a negative impact on the outdoor retail industry.

The F.B.I. said it conducted 2.23 million background checks in February, representing a 14% decline from February 2016. Background checks were down 20% in January and 17% in December, as gun owners no longer feel the need to rush to stock up on firearms as they did when former President Barack Obama was pushing for stricter federal gun laws.
 

FL: Sunshine State News' Allison Nielsen to Talk Gun Issues with WEBY
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Sunshine State News reporter Allison Nielsen will be on the air with Greg Penglis from 1330 WEBY in Northwest Florida talking gun issues in the Sunshine State on Monday. Allison will appear on the air for an hourlong segment focused on Second Amendment issues in Florida, honing in on gun bills making their way through Tallahassee during this year's legislative session.
 

IN: Community discusses South Bend Gun Safety Resolution
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The Gun Violence Prevention Resolution is making its way to South Bend’s Common Council this month. Now, the coalition sponsoring it is trying to drum up community support. Around 40 people met to discuss the resolution in the Near Northwest Neighborhood Community Center Sunday afternoon, including some survivors of gun violence.
 

NY: Outdoor Expo Offers Variety of Wares
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After several years at the Fairgrounds YMCA, the Great Outdoor Family Expo returned this year to the Dulles State Office Building for three days. The outdoor-activity promotion, hosted by the Watertown Noon Rotary, attracted about 50 vendors — ranging from charter companies for hunting and fishing locally and in Maine and Quebec — to sellers of hunting gear and food items.
 

WARNING: California Cable Tech Fired For Having LEGAL Gun In Locked Vehicle
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Orange County gun owner Mario Toro has accused his employer, Brighthouse Cable Company, now Spectrum, of firing him for having a gun in his locked vehicle while attending an employee health insurance review meeting.
 

Rape Survivor Explains Why She Supports The Second Amendment
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On May 12, 2006, Kimberly Corban was asleep in her college bedroom when a complete stranger raped her.
She thought those was her last moments on earth, as he tried killing her soul by brutally assaulting her body. This assault, her 911 call and her decisions afterward changed the trajectory of her entire life.
 

NC: House Bills Could Loosen Gun Laws
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Several bills have been introduced in the N.C. House that could remove restrictions on gun purchases and carrying a concealed weapon. One of the latest, House Bill 201, called the N.C. Constitutional Carry Act, was filled by N.C. Rep. Chris Millis, a Republican who represents Onslow and Pender counties, on Feb. 28.
 

ND: Legislature to Tackle Budget, Guns, Casinos
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Budgets, guns and casinos. The North Dakota Legislature is expected to consider those and other measures as the session marches through the second full week after lawmakers' midsession break. Monday is Day 45, which means North Dakota's Senate and House have 25 days to clear bills in their respective calendars to meet a self-imposed deadline of 70 days, 10 short of the constitutional 80-day limit.
 

'American Guns' Reality Star Convicted of Selling Firearms Illegally, Evading Taxes
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The star of the reality TV show “American Guns” faces up to 15 years in prison after his conviction last week on firearms and tax evasion charges. Richard Wyatt, 53, ran a Denver-area gun shop called Gunsmoke that was the setting for the Discovery Channel show for two seasons in 2011 and 2012.
 

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