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TN: Sheriff- Unicoi County Shooting Appears to Case of Self-Defense
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The investigation continues but Unicoi County Sheriff Mike Hensley said Saturday night's shooting death appears to be a case of self-defense. Hensley says 49-year-old Larry Junior Morton was shot and killed at a home on Simerly Creek Road.
He says evidence indicates that Morton was in a dispute with his neighbor on Simerly Creek, went armed to his neighbor's home, became threatening and the neighbor shot him.
 

IN: Gun Bills Move Forward at Indiana Statehouse
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A pair of controversial gun bills is up for debate at the Indiana Statehouse on Monday. One of the bills would expand the rights and protections of gun owners involved in self-defense shootings; the other bill would arm teachers in Indiana schools. House Bill 1253 will be debated before a conference committee at noon to provide funding for the training of teachers and staff so that they might be armed on school property.
 

IL: 4 killed, 25 Hurt in Easter Weekend Gun Violence
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At least 29 people were shot, four fatally, across Chicago over Easter weekend. The fatalities included a 16-year-old boy who was discovered with a gunshot wound to his chest Saturday in Garfield Park. Lazarrick Green was found unresponsive about 12:39 p.m. in the 4100 block of West Adams Street, Chicago police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.
 

Faith and Firearms a Church Theme for Outdoor Family Event in Indiana
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An Indiana church recently held a faith and firearms outdoor event that promoted gun safety for the family. Sponsored by a minister/firearms instructor, the event was billed as “A Day of Promoting Responsible Gun Ownership.” There were activities for children and adults. All the guns for the children were disabled firearms. The event had an exploration table for kids with the message “look but don’t touch” to teach impulse control as well as home firearm safety classes.
 

New Jersey Gov. Looks to Increase Gun Ownership Fees By 20 TIMES the Current Cost
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Jersey Democrats must think that only the rich should be allowed to arm and defend themselves, considering their latest proposal to up the price of owning and carrying a gun by more than 20 times the current cost. At present, the total cost to own and carry a gun in the Garden State is only $27 - $2 for the ownership permit, $5 for the firearm ID card, and $20 for the permit to carry it.
 

'Black Guns Matter' Organization Promotes Gun Safety Through Education
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"Guns in the black community" was the topic of a workshop held Saturday night, but not gun violence. Inside a classroom at the LAX Firing Range in Inglewood, representatives from the community, Black Guns Matter, and the California Rifle & Pistol Association are teaching gun safety, all through a culturally relevant lens.
 

Fear & Loading: NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis
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When the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits open in Indianapolis, IN, on April 26, tens of thousands of members, gun owners and supporters of the Second Amendment will be treated to 15 acres of guns and gear, seminars, appearances by celebrities and much more. Until the show closes the evening of April 28, there’s no doubt it will remain the primary attraction for firearm enthusiasts, but there’s a lot more to do and see while you’re there.
 

Discreet Concealment Errors
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Carrying pistols concealed in public as you go about your daily business is serious business. A careless moment that inadvertently exposes an otherwise concealed pistol may garner the unwanted attention of a nearby criminal who is eager to wrest the gun from you forcibly, or the attention of a snoopy bystander who is keen to report you to the police.
 

AZ: After Discovering Critical Flaw in Gun, DPS Quietly Replacing Guns Issued to All Troopers
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Officer Richard Vankeuren had just come home from a day at the shooting range in April 2015 with a bag full of guns slung over his shoulder and his new duty pistol on his hip. The 20-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Public Safety was a firearms trainer and weapons expert, but he was about to experience a first. As he lifted the bag off his shoulder, he heard a “boom” and smelled gunpowder. His first thought was that one of the guns in his bag had gone off.
 

ME: Gun Control Advocates, Gun Rights Supporters Square Off at State House
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Gun control advocates squared off against gun rights supporters at the State House Monday. The "red flag" legislation would allow police to temporarily remove guns from someone at risk of harming themselves or others. Paula Reed's father, Rockland attorney Peter Sulides, was shot and paralyzed by a client in 1981, and died of complications 10 years later.
 

IN: Washington Township Teachers Push For More Funding, No Guns In Schools
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Teachers at Westlane Middle School in Washington Township rallied this morning in a last minute push to convince lawmakers to raise teacher salaries. Outside the middle school union leader Amber Seibert chanted on a megaphone. "What are you willing to do for public education?" Seibert called.
 

Product Preview: Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2
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Bill Bovensiep combined his materials experience from work in the automotive industry with his respect for the M14 rifle platform to create the original Delta 14 Chassis—a high-strength glass-filled nylon stock for guns such as the Springfield M1A that could be customized with buttstocks based on the Mossberg 500 mount interface. The Gen 2 model is still U.S.-made and improves on the original with lighter weight (12 ozs. vs. 18 ozs.), a centered receiver-mounting channel, M-Lok slots at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock, and an included UTG aluminum rail and BCM rail covers.
 

MD: Hunting- The Saga of How This Avid Hunter's Turkey Season Started
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The annual spring campaign has begun again: It's turkey season. Each year it's like waiting for Christmas in the months before the opener if you're a turkey hunter. As the season nears, the whole world seems to come alive with flowers, budding trees, green grass and singing birds. You start to see big Tom turkeys strutting in the fields and each dawn brings the sound of long beards gobbling from their roost limbs. Then, on April 18, the Maryland season starts and your outlook on life heads in one of two decidedly different directions.
 

MT: Early Hunting Permit Drawing Results Available
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The wait is over. Hunters can now check the results of the 2019 nonresident combination and elk and deer permit drawing to see if they were successful. To view drawing results online go to MyFWP and click on “Lookup Draw Results, Register for Lists” tab, or login to your MyFWP account. To sign up for an account go to fwp.mt.gov/myfwp. Applicants can also contact FWP regional offices or call the FWP licensing office at 406-444-2950.
 

It’s Open Season on NRA as 148th Annual Members Meeting Looms
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As though it were deliberately timed, with the approach of the annual National Rifle Association’s convention—this coming weekend in Indianapolis for its 148th gathering—editorial columns and news stories are filling up with “all things gun.”

An editorial in the Aurora, Colorado Sentinel complained that 20 years after the Columbine High School tragedy, “nothing” had been done by Congress or state legislatures to prevent so-called “gun violence,” which is hardly accurate.
 

Calvin Coolidge: Quotes From The 30th President Of The United States
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Calvin Coolidge is one of our favorite U.S. Presidents. He served two terms between 1923 and 1929, and was known for being soft-spoken and principled. Nicknamed "Silent Cal," Coolidge was deeply concerned with tax reduction and the federal budget, as well as U.S. intervention abroad in the aftermath of World War I in 1919.
 

MI: Prosecutor- Homeowner Justified in Fatally Shooting Lansing Man During Attempted Burglary
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A 69-year-old Ionia County homeowner who fatally shot a Lansing man will not be charged with the man's death, prosecutors say. Justin Eddy, 40, was shot and killed during a reported attempted home burglary in Sebewa Township, near Portland, in early January. Ionia County Prosecutor Kyle Butler ruled Monday that the homeowner acted in self-defense when he shot Eddy, and chose not to issue charges.
 

IN: NRA Convention Expected to Bring $35 Million to Indianapolis
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Signage and banners are going up around the Indiana Convention Center as the city prepares to host the 148th Annual Meeting of the National Rifle Association (NRA). Officials expect 75,000 attendees to pass through the turnstiles of the 4-day event leaving behind an economic impact estimated at $35 million.
 

Bill Clinton Uses Columbine Anniversary to Push More Gun Control for Chicago
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Bill Clinton used an op-ed marking the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School attack to push more gun control for Chicago. He also used the column to boast about background check legislation he signed into law into 1993. Those checks became effective in 1998.
 

SIG SAUER and Lipsey’s Join Forces with NRA P365 to Support Second Amendment
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SIG SAUER, Inc. and Lipsey’s are honored to announce the release of the special edition NRA P365 micro-compact pistol ahead of the National Rifle Association Annual Meeting, April 26 – 28, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Sig Sauer has a long history of supporting the NRA through programs and products,” began Tom Taylor Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “We expect this unique collaboration with one of our leading business partners on one of the best-selling guns in the market will drive substantial awareness and support for the NRA, and be very popular amongst consumers.”
 

MI: Well Armed Women Celebrates One Year Anniversary
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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The Well Armed Women Mason County celebrated its first-year anniversary on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at the Fin and Feather Club, 3276 N. Darr Road. The group holds a monthly meeting on the third Thursday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fin and Feather Club and has grown from seven to 18 members. Members also meet weekly to shoot.

TWAW Shooting Chapters exist to educate, equip, and empower women in a safe and non-threatening environment for their effective and responsible self-defense with a firearm.

Events are open to all women 21 years or older that may legally possess firearms.

 

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