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Rhetoric v. Nat’l CCW Reciprocity Amps Up
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The battle of words over the proposed National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is being amped up by anti-gunners engaging in the kind of fear mongering they seem to invariably accuse gun rights organizations of practicing.
 

Can This Smart Lock Solve America’s Gun Problems?
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As the country wages war over gun rights, one immigrant from the Himalayan mountains went to work solving the problem in an entirely different say.

Sentinl founder Omer Kiyani is used to beating the odds. He survived a life-threatening gunshot wound as a young man – a terrifying experience that changed his life forever. He then decided to leave his home in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains and immigrate to the United States where he founded a company called Sentinl.
 

With Gorsuch on SCOTUS, NRA Launching ‘Series’ of Lawsuits Against CA Gun Control
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With Justice Neil Gorsuch now seated on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), the NRA is launching a “series” of lawsuits aimed at rolling back gun controls in California.
The NRA’s first move is a suit filed with the California Rifle and Pistol Association — a suit which seeks to have California’s “assault weapons” ban declared unconstitutional.
 

NY: Proposed Concealed Carry Law Finds Support and Critics
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A proposed federal law is seeking to force strong gun law states, including New York, to recognize conceal carry permits from other states. In New York, it's extremely difficult to get a permit to carry a gun in public for self-defense. However, in many other states, obtaining what's called a conceal carry gun permit can be relatively easy. The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is aiming to level the playing field.
 

WI: Widow of Slayed Racine Man Wants Ban of Hollow-Point Bullets
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A southeast Wisconsin woman whose husband was killed while delivering food wants to pursue a ban on the hollow-point bullets that police say contributed to his death. James Norris was gunned down in March 2016 while delivering food in Racine, The Journal Times reported. Twenty-eight-year-old Alex Adams is charged with first-degree intentional homicide and armed robbery in the incident.

 

SC: Charleston Police Ask Legislature to Oppose Open Carry Bill
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Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen wants to stop the General Assembly from enacting a law that would allow gun owners to carry their guns concealed or openly without having to get a permit, and he's enlisted area residents to help him get the job done. The department on Monday shared its official opposition for open carry of guns on social media and asked residents to call state senators and urge them to vote against it. An open-carry bill was approved by the S.C. House earlier this month.
 

AZ: Legislature OKs Private Gun Sales Without Background Checks
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The Arizona Legislature passed a bill Monday that would block state and local governments from requiring background checks on private gun sales. Under the proposal by Republican Sen. Gail Griffin, Arizona municipalities would be barred from closing the so-called "gun show loophole.".
 

National Concealed-carry Reciprocity Gains Momentum and Opposition
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When House member Richard Hudson (R-N.C.) introduced his “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017” on the first day of the 115th Congress, he said “it will provide law-abiding citizens the right to conceal carry and travel freely between states without worrying about conflicting state codes or onerous civil suits.” He added, "As a member of President-elect Donald Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition, I look forward to working with my colleagues and the administration to get this legislation across the finish line."
 

NY: Ex-NYPD Officers and Former Prosecutor Charged in Guns for Bribes Scandal
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Three retired New York City police officers and a former Brooklyn prosecutor were arrested Tuesday and charged with being part of a scheme to approve gun licenses in exchange for prostitutes, lavish meals and vacations to Mexico and the Bahamas.
 

NYT Editorial Board Member Attacks NRA for Having Guns in Its Gun Museum
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The New York Times ran an op-ed Monday attacking the National Rifle Association's National Firearms Museum and gun owners. Editorial board member Francis X. Clines wrote in the piece that the Fairfax, Virginia gun museum, which features firearms from every era of American history, represents the worst of America. In particular, Clines was troubled by a display detailing gun use in Hollywood movies.
 

FL: Want to Take Your Gun to the Courthouse? Bill Allowing it is Ready for Senate Vote
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SB 616 from Sarasota Republican Sen. Greg Steube passed its final committee Tuesday afternoon. Members of the Rules Committee endorsed it — with at least a couple Democrats opposed — after offering no discussion or debate.
 

NJ: A.C. Police Confiscate 62 Illegal Toy Guns from Boardwalk Store
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Police confiscated 62 realistic-looking toy guns Monday from a Boardwalk store, which was violating a local ordinance meant to prevent the guns from being mistaken for firearms, police said. Officers patrolling the Boardwalk saw a sign in the Bags and Accessories store window advertising BB guns, police said. A 2014 ordinance prohibited the sale of imitation or toy guns. Store owner Naman Rafi was issued a summons for possession and sales of the guns, police said.
 

WA: Man Cave Outfitters Serves Firearm Enthusiasts From Garage
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A short drive into the hills outside of Chehalis is where Hobe Pannkuk owns and operates a small gun and hunting store out of his garage. As a lifetime outdoorsman and avid hunter, Pannkuk has always loved firearms and the opportunity to get outside. That’s why he opened The Man Cave Outfitters three years ago as the first step to get paid for his passion.
 

This Week on Shooting USA: 200 Years of Remington
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This time, Remington celebrates 200 years of continuous production for America. It’s a remarkable story that begins with one young man who wanted a rifle in 1816. Eliphalet Remington II was about to launch a dynasty. Whether fulfilling government contracts during wartime, or manufacturing cash registers and sewing machines during peacetime, Remington’s story continues today, arming sportsmen, hunters and armies around the world.
 

CMMG Introduces MkG45 Guard Pistol-Caliber Carbine
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CMMG unveiled the new MkG45 Guard AR-15, a pistol-caliber carbine chambered in the big-bore .45 ACP cartridge. The new gun launched in five different models, feeds from Glock magazines and features the company's Radial Delayed Blowback system. "With the Guard, we set out to engineer an affordable, highly reliable AR chambered in .45 ACP that would use the widely-available Glock magazines," said Chris Reinkemeyer, CEO/CFO of CMMG. "In the early stages of design, we tested out a variety of different operating systems, including straight blowback and direct impingement, but none of those options gave us the reliability we were looking for.
 

IN: Residents- Issue of Guns Being Shot Near Homes is Real and Isn't New
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Kelly Fields lives in the area of Maplewood Country Estates, a subdivision near CR-450N and CR-525W. Despite being “in the country,” homes sit close to one another in this area — not the isolated open fields and far dotted homesteads some envision of country life.
 

MT: Swap and Shop Guns, Antiques, Quilts and More This Weekend
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A trio of shows hit the Montana ExpoPark this weekend, providing something for every taste all in one place. For more than 30 years, co-chairman Dennis Mack has been bringing the Great Falls Gun and Antique Show to the Electric City.
 

Deer Rifles: How G.I.s Helped Revive Fabrique National
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D-Day and the subsequent Allied advance gave renewed hope to the European continent. Four years of Nazi occupation and oppression were nearing the end, and resistance groups grew more active in hope of speeding up liberation. The clandestine press in Belgium fervently updated Allied progress, and at Fabrique Nationale d'Armes de Guerre in Herstal, Belgium, work disruptions were a daily occurrence.
 

Man Takes Drone Out for a Sunset Flight, Drone Gets Shot Down
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It was around sunset on Easter Sunday, April 16, when Brad Jones took his DJI Inspire 2 out for a flight in front of his home. Jones hoped, as he does on most nights, to capture some of the forested and hilly scenery in the environs of his hometown, Oliver Springs, Tennessee—about 30 miles west of Knoxville.
“I flew down over my aunt’s house, and I heard a gunshot within the first three to four minutes of flight,” Jones told Ars. “So I sped up and flew back towards my house.”
 

GA: Deal Signs Bill to Increase Hunting, Fishing License Fees
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Georgia wildlife officials expect to soon be able to hire dozens of rangers and make other improvements to public sites across the state after Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Tuesday the state’s first increase in hunting and fishing fees in 25 years. House Bill 208, sponsored by state Rep. Trey Rhodes, R-Greensboro, represents a big win for the state Department of Natural Resources, which has been working on the issue for the past two years after struggling to balance an increase in requests for better hunting and fishing experiences with stagnant license revenue.
 

FL: Come One, Come All- Python Hunting Now Open to Amateurs
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Python hunting, an activity once reserved for a select few hunters in Florida, is now open to the average Joe wanting to snag a slithering snake. On Monday, Florida wildlife officials unveiled a new way state officials will try to rid the Everglades of the invasive species taking over -- and wreaking havoc -- on the environment in the Sunshine State. Rather than limit the search for the snakes to experienced hunters, the average Florida man and woman can now join in the fight against pythons.
 

Infringing the Right to Bear Arms- You Need a Permit to do that
Submitted by: Rob Morse
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The right to bear arms is infringed. A right is a power you already have that you want the government to leave alone. Governments infringed our rights so badly that now tens of millions of us can’t get the required permits to bear arms. Politicians rationalize their regulation of self-defense by wrapping their restrictions in the cloak of public safety. In fact, that cloak has often been the white sheet of racism directed against minorities and the poor.

Sometimes the racism is blatant. Sometimes it is subtle. (900 more words)
 

ID: BSU Students on Guard After Weekend Attack on Campus
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Safety is top of mind for many BSU students after a man attacked a woman on campus over the weekend.
The assault happened in the campus Lincoln Avenue parking garage. Officers are now searching for the man and students say they're hopeful police will catch him soon. Some BSU students who use the parking garage say they're worried. "Right when I was walking in here I was thinking, 'This is where that attack happened.' It's just scary because I do park here about three days a week and it was a girl that got attacked and it could have been anyone," said student Bethany Maze walking back to her car in the garage.

 

TX: Man Stabs Victim Multiple Times in Apparent Self-Defense
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Police are investigating a stabbing murder that happened right in the middle of the street, and the suspect who police detained may not be facing any charges. Police are looking into whether or not this is a case of self-defense, which began earlier in the evening. Police were called to the Rampart Apartments on East Rampart near Ahern Drive at around 8:30 pm when a disturbance was called in. A 26-year-old man who lives in the apartment alleged another man, age 47, was looking inside his niece's window earlier in the night. Police responded, but left when they couldn't find anyone.

 

RI: Lawmakers Debate Gun-Related Bills
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After debating marijuana legalization earlier this month and discussing abortion before that, Rhode Island’s House lawmakers took up another hot button issue Tuesday night on Smith Hill. The House Judiciary Committee is slated to hear 15 gun-related bills, some of which aim to strengthen or loosen the state’s firearm laws.
 

OH: Dog Dies After Shooting by Youngstown Police Officer
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An internal investigation determined that a Youngstown police officer who shot and killed a dog did so in self-defense. The dog was shot and killed on Youngstown’s east side early Tuesday morning. A Youngstown police officer was looking for an address on Drummond Avenue when the incident occurred.

 

FL: Cape Woman Arrested for Pointing Gun at Teen Anglers
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A Cape Coral woman is facing assault charges, accused of pointing a gun at teens fishing behind her house.
Police arrested Flordeliza Marcelo on Saturday for threatening to kill the group that was fishing in public waters behind her house.

 

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