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Cold Steel Press Release in support of NRA
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Here at Cold Steel we believe wholeheartedly that knives and firearms are brothers in arms and that now more than ever we must work together to defend our second amendment rights. Therefore we urge our fans, friends and customers to join the NRA and support their fight to protect the freedoms that we have been blessed with. To show our support and dedication for this incredibly important cause we chose to donate a percentage of our sales to the NRA.
 

University of Oregon police to have guns
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Armed police officers will be on the University of Oregon campus when students return to Eugene in the fall.

The state Board of Higher Education voted unanimously Friday to allow officers with the newly formed University of Oregon Police Department to carry guns.

University president Mike Gottfredson said armed officers are needed to ensure the safety of students and employees.
 

Aldi customer speaks out on aftermath of shooting
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quick stop into the grocery store last week turned into more than what one local man was looking for, when he found himself faced with a potentially life versus death scenario at a local Aldi store. While standing in the checkout line, Nazir Al-Mujaahid says that he saw a man with a shotgun pointed at a cashier, demanding money. He also saw an unarmed security guard helpless with his hands up.
 

VP Biden: At least 5 senators would like to change their votes
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Vice President Joe Biden said Friday that “at least five senators” have called him looking for a way to change their votes to support expanded background checks.

Speaking to the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Las Vegas, Biden said the 45 senators who voted to block the background checks deal brokered by Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) have seen “the bottom fall out” of their approval ratings.

Biden said, as he did Tuesday during a gun violence event at the White House, that he has been fielding calls from senators interested in signing on to some kind of gun control measure. On Friday he offered slightly more specific detail about the number of senators and the difficult path ahead for gun control legislation.
 

Mayors Against Illegal Guns Website Is Hosted On NYC Government Servers
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The coalition of more than 950 mayors who support stronger gun legislation hosts its website on New York City government servers, which some say poses security, ethical and, possibly, legal challenges.
 

Guns & Drugs Bust in Savannah
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Thirty-three defendants face federal charges including trafficking guns and drugs following a more than two-year investigation into criminal activity in the Savannah area.

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Edward J. Tarver on Wednesday announced 17 indictments had been unsealed charging those suspects — most arrested Tuesday and Wednesday — with a total of 202 crimes as the result of a long-term, multi-agency law enforcement operation in the area.
 

Special Report: How Syria's Islamists govern with guile and guns
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(Reuters) - The Syrian boys looked edgy and awkward. Three months ago their town, the eastern desert city of Raqqa, had fallen to rebel fighters trying to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad's government. Now the four boys - clad in tight jeans and bright T-shirts - were whitewashing a wall to prepare it for revolutionary graffiti.

"We'll make this painting about the role of children in the revolution," one of the boys told two journalists.
 

CT: Gun Manufacturer Moving To SC Due To Conn. Gun Control Laws
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Less than a week after Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed gun restrictions into law in April, gun manufacturer PTR Industries said it intended to leave the state to avoid the damage it expected to be inflicted on its business.
On Wednesday, the rifle manufacturer kept its promise, announcing it will move to Aynor, S.C.
“One hundred percent of our product line is now illegal in Connecticut due to that law,” said John McNamara, the company’s vice president for sales.
He offered few details of the relocation, saying that a formal announcement and ribbon-cutting are scheduled for Monday at the new site. Most of the company’s 41 workers will relocate and the labor force is expected to expand to 100 within a year, McNamara said.
 

How KA-BAR Knives Are Made (Video)
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Website: http://www.mynameisfoxtrot.com

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Great video on the making of KA-BAR knives.
 

Pack your heat safely in a SafePacker - the Transformer of holsters
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Website: http://oldgunhand.com

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You hold your SafePacker in your hand as you walk to your car. You enter the car and pull your seatbelt across your body, undo the SafePacker's strap and attach it to your seatbelt so that it puts your gun where you can get to it easily while driving. After a few hours of driving you stop for a bite to eat. You remove your SafePacker and attach it to a shoulder strap and wear it across your body as you exit your car and head for Denny's. You eat and hit the road again with your SafePacker back on your seatbelt. Pulling into the parking lot of the cheap motel you are staying at, you spy some guys hanging out in the shadows drinking beer.
 

Amnesty could remove firearms disabilities from millions of current lawbreakers
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"That appears to mean, unless that law is changed, untold millions who have willfully violated federal immigration laws -- for years -- could become eligible to own and carry guns, because there is nothing in U.S. Code prohibiting 'provisional immigrants'."
 

Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Approve NY Gun Law Amendment Exempting Retired Police Officers
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Gov. Cuomo said he will sign an amendment to his tough new gun laws that will exempt retired police officers from the ban on high-capacity ammunition clips.
 

11 Year Old Autistic Girl Tased By Police For Wandering Down Highway Naked
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This story is so disgusting, it’s honestly hard to write about.

In Oregon, police found a naked and very confused 11-year-old girl wandering on the highway along the I-5 corridor. Instead of offering her a ride home, they decided to taser her.
 

Madonna (Really): 'Guns Don't Kill People, People Kill People'
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There's no word on whether Elizabeth Vargas had to receive smelling salts during her interview of Madonna which appeared on "Good Morning America." But it wouldn't be a surprise if she did.
When the ABC reporter, whose interview was relayed by the network's Sabrina Parise and posted at Yahoo.com, questioned the diva's use of gun choreography in her current tour's stage show, she certainly expected a robust defense. But she probably didn't expect a trip into the land of the Second Amendment. Nonetheless, that's what happened (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary; HT Hot Air; bolds are mine):

 

Activists want parents to know if kids are around guns
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KANSAS CITY, Mo.– It’s National Ask Day and gun safety activists are encouraging parents to find out if there are guns where their kids play. It’s a question they say never occurs to many parents–but can help their child avoid a dangerous situation.
 

Six months after Newtown, Topeka gun sellers still see empty shelves
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In the aftermath of the presidential election and the Newtown shooting, gun sellers reported they couldn’t keep their wares in stock.

Six months later, shelves are still relatively bare at Topeka gun stores, and owners aren’t sure when that might change.

Alan Taylor, manager of High Plains Gun Shop, 11110 US-40 highway, said handguns and the ammunition that goes with them are still difficult to keep in stock. Shipments are smaller than they normally would be, he said, and customers are still stocking up.
 

'Gift Cards for Guns' event held in Forest Heights
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Renee Taylor decided to turn over her husband’s old service weapon at the ‘Gift Cards for Guns’ event held in Forest Heights, MD on Saturday.

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“It brings back so many memories, you know?” she said.

She met William Taylor at the police station and they got married there 37 years ago. He passed away eight years ago from cancer and she brought his weapon to the buyback event, saying it was time to let go.


Read more: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/06/-gift-cards-for-guns-event-held-in-forest-heights-90463.html#ixzz2WzKVk7Pc
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Sen. Manchin counters NRA with his own gun ad
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Sen. Joe Manchin is fighting back at the NRA's criticism of his gun bill with an unusual TV ad declaring his support for the Second Amendment and independence from the powerful group.

"I'm a lifetime NRA member, but I don't walk in lockstep with the NRA's Washington leadership, this administration or any special interest group," Manchin, D-W.Va., says in the spot unveiled Thursday.
 

Gov. Scott faces pressure from rival gun-rights groups over bill
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TALLAHASSEE _ Gov. Rick Scott is being flooded with calls and emails about a bill that would stop some gun sales, and whichever course he chooses could be risky as he runs for re-election.

The measure (HB 1355) would block gun sales to some people who voluntarily admit themselves for mental-health treatment. It’s backed by the National Rifle Association’s Marion Hammer, one of the best-known gun-rights advocates in the country. That made her all the more effective at helping to pass the measure.
 

NY Senate Exempts Retired Cops From NY SAFE Ammunition Limits... In 2 A.M. Vote
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Website: http://www.gunpoliticsny.com

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The upper chamber voted around 2 a.m. to alter NY SAFE, the weapons-regs package Gov. Cuomo pushed for in the wake of the Newtown massacre, to exempt retired cops from the limit on the number of rounds (seven) that can be carried in a clip. The Senate passed the amendment 49-14, with lawmakers getting heated not only about the bill's contents, but the dead-of-night debate itself.
 

NY: In overnight surprise, Senate exempts retired cops from SAFE Act
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Without warning, the state Senate approved a bill early Friday morning that would exempt retired law enforcement officers from new ammunition restrictions in New York’s new gun control law, the SAFE Act.
The measure sprang onto the chamber floor shortly before 2 a.m., and drew howls from some of the GOP’s Republican members. Roughly half of them — including Sens. Kathy Marchione, R-Halfmoon and Hugh Farley, R-Niskayuna — voted against the legislation, generally citing disgust with the process and a desire that the SAFE Act be repealed in its entirety.
 

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