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Media more concerned with Weinergate then Project Gunwalker
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "At the very worst, it’s fair to wonder why a breach in a congressman’s Internet security does not rise to a level warranting a federal investigation—especially in an age when Weiner himself is demanding stripping away gun owner rights in secret and without due process in the name of fighting domestic terrorism." ...
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Submitter's note: Thursday's Gun Rights Examiner commentary grills up some media hotdogs for being lapdogs instead of watchdogs. Also find out why there's a new Project Gunwalker panic at ATF HQ, and why (Surprise!) not all Republicans are your friends.
 

Substantia​l Inaccuracy In Gun Registries
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Our taxes, funneled through the Department of State, Office of Removal and Abatement, fund [firearms] marking and data collection programs in Costa Rica, Paraguay and the Bahamas. We also fund programs run by the Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA) in Africa -comprised of countries such as Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda."

"The marking machines provided by the WRA are sensitive to the environment, and require a certain degree of proficiency by the operator. It should come as no surprise that the RECSA program had been 'temporarily halted as a result of the machines developing some technical problems.'" ...
 

Coalition to Stop Gun Violence: The return of McCarthyism?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"No--not the McCarthyism of Carolyn 'What's a Barrel Shroud?' McCarthy, although the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) is of course also fully on board with that kind. What we're talking about here, though, is the McCarthyism of Senator Joseph 'Tail-Gunner Joe' McCarthy, who during the early days of the Cold War, achieved a kind of notoriety, after accusing the U.S. State Department of knowingly harboring scores or hundreds (the number varies, depending on which account one uses) of suspected communist infiltrators."

"From there, McCarthy graduated to wild-eyed tales of widespread communist infiltration of the media, and even the Truman administration and the Army. ..." ...
 

Doug Koenig This Week on Gun Talk Radio
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It’s a Presidential candidate, the 2011 Bianchi Cup winner, and more on the threat to traditional ammunition, this Sunday on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk (R) Radio, the nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports." ...
 

Praxis: Practice Rifle Grenades, Surplus & Improvised. Tales of the Testing Range. Remember: when testing, Mr. Long Safety Lanyard is our friend.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"OK, some of the responses to my post yesterday on reproduction M76 rifle grenade launchers convinced me that I need to do this tutorial for American militia on training (aka 'dummy') rifle grenades." ...
 

Obscure Object of Desire: Gemini Customs Ruger SP101 Take 2
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"So there I was cruising the gun counter at Bass Pro Shops in Foxboro Mass. Dead ahead: a woman of a certain age semi-fondling a stainless Ruger SP101 3'. I just had to sing the gun's praises—and pass out a few business cards. When the potential customer said something about preferring the look of a Smith, I nodded sagely and Googled intensely. When I turned the iPhone towards the guy behind the counter, showing him the previously posted jpeg of Gemini Customs’ Ruger SP101, he said 'wow.' A genuine pause n’ wow. And here’s some good news . . ." ...
 

Killer App: Army Tests Smartphones for Combat
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"The Army plans to hold desert trials in the U.S. next week to test off-the-shelf iPhones, Androids and tablet computers for use in war."

"Starting Monday, the Army will also stress-test a variety of applications that could allow troops to tap digital information from the front lines—for instance, streaming video from a surveillance camera, or downloading up-to-the minute information from a remote database." ...
 

Ben Tupper: Sanity is a Warm Gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Ben Tupper was deployed to Afghanistan. He’s written two books about his experiences: Greetings from Afghanistan: Send More Ammo and Dudes of War. Like many a returning vet, adjusting to civilian life hasn’t been without challenges. As is common among vets, Tupper’s kept most of the quirks he’s adopted to make life back home bearable to himself. One of the biggest battles he’s fought since returning is with the anxiety he experiences any time he’s more than arm’s reach from a weapon. In a commentary on NPR this morning, Tupper revealed what he’s found makes him feel secure now that he’s back stateside . . . ." ...
 

TTAG Blew It: Sharing a Gun is “Crazy Talk”
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yesterday, I said I thought it was a good idea to carry a BUG (Back-Up Gun) so you could arm a friend in a self-defense situation. Apparently not. Commentator A. Lee set me straight:" ...
 

Gun Review: LE/Mil Remington ACR
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In this time of constantly accelerating innovation, any piece of equipment older than a few decades is due for replacement. This temporally-enhanced evolutionary process holds true for everything from refrigerators to battle rifles. A few years ago, Magpul designed the Magpul Masada rifle. Although the marketing department might have spent a little more time at Wikipedia (the siege at Masada only ended victoriously on the symbolic level), the Magpul long gun was everything the company believed a battle rifle should be. Remington took their concept to full production with their Remington ACR." ...
 

Quote Of The Day
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"From the amicus brief submitted to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Peruta v. County of San Diego by the Second Amendment Foundation and the CalGuns Foundation."
"An official's personal views of someone's suitability to enjoy constitutional rights, or of an individual's moral virtue, simply cannot be factors in regulating the exercise of constitutional rights." ...
 

FL: Soldier home on leave thwarts Fla. bank robbery - Army staff sergeant says he sprang into action when his two young sons were threatened
Submitted by: Anonymous

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... "As the robber tried to make his getaway, Peoples left his sons inside the bank and ran to his rented van, which he used to block Rogers' car in the parking lot. Rogers drove his Honda into the van, trying to bust through it. When that didn't work, he got out and pointed his gun at Peoples, who twisted the man's arm, stripped away the gun and slammed him to the ground." ...
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SUBMITTER'S COMMENT: It's nice to see the cops treat a hero as he deserves.
 

MN: Why We Need the Second Amendment: “I got shot at the other night by an old-ass black guy and [all I] got [was] a hole in my [T] shirt” Edition
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This series is starting to grow on me. Too many times antagonistic interrogators reduce gun rights advocates to defending their self-defense firearms by saying 'Because I have the right to keep and bear arms.' That’s one step up from telling a teen to be home at 10pm 'because I said so.' With about as much effect. I reckon we should explore this question—which isn’t a question for you—a while longer. A dozen years ought to do it (note: that’s a threat not a promise). Right, so, one of the reasons why we need a Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms: the judicial system fails to keep and secure bad guys . . ." ...
 

CleanUpATF: Seizure of Barrett Fifty in Jalisco is causing "full blown panic" at the Concrete Asshole of the Universe (ATF HQ).
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Epic Failure comments:"
"Wanna lay money on where the rifles came from? Word is that full blown panic is taking place in the hallways at 99 New York Avenue. Rumor is that a 50 was also seized. The recoveries of violence guns is coming at a Fast and Furious rate!"
"And why would the Gunwalker scandal conspirators at ATF headquarters be in a flap about THIS little skirmish in the Mexican carnage?"

"The M3 Report confirms EF's rumor:" ...
 

Seized .50 cal. rifle, Mexican chopper downing linked to Gunrunner?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The downing of a Mexican military helicopter and a shoot-out in the Mexican state of Jalisco that left 11 people dead and dozens of weapons seized could be linked to the controversial Project Gunrunner and Operation Fast and Furious, according to congressional sources who spoke to this column late yesterday on condition of anonymity."

"One source said the weapons seizure is 'causing a panic' at the headquarters of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. That appears to be confirmed by an entry on CleanUpATF.org, a website that has been discussing the Gunrunner/Fast and Furious case for the past five months." ...
 

TTAG Called It: ATF-Enabled 50 Cal Implicated in Drug Thug Chopper Shoot
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Back on February 11th, TTAG pointed out the insanity that was the ATF’s decision to allow 50 caliber rifles walk across the border as part of Operation Fast and Furious. 'Senator Grassley recently released documents showing that one of the ATF’s stooges, the man who bought the weapons used to kill Agent Terry, purchased two .50 caliber rifles. The main, perhaps only reason Mexican drug gangs would want a .50 caliber rifle: to take out a truck. Or a helicopter. ...' And now examiner.com reports that a recent chopper shoot involves an ATF-enabled fiddy . . ." ...
 

Obamacrat gunrunners are supplying Mexican cartels
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"What would happen to Obama administration law enforcement agents if they recruited legitimate firearms dealers to sell guns to border-crossing smugglers as bait to snag high-level Mexican drug cartel leaders, and then lost track of the guns in Mexico?"

"Nothing. What would happen if this inept [ATF] sting operation, named Project Gunrunner, passed so many bait guns to violent criminals -- instead of intercepting them as intended -- that one was used to murder U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry last December?"

"Nothing. ..." ...
 

Romney’s in, but NW activists remember his firearms flip-flop
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Today’s anti-climactic announcement from former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, an also-ran in the 2008 race for the Republican presidential nomination, that he is once again hitting the campaign trail does not excite Northwest gun owners."

"Many recall that when he was the Bay State chief executive, he signed legislation to ban so-called 'assault rifles.' They also recall how he explained, during a GOP debate in the 2008 primary race, that he supported the Second Amendment but would have also signed a ban if it came to his desk. ..." ...
 

Sen. Jim DeMint Considers White House Bid
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"News broke yesterday that United States Senator Jim DeMint hinted he may be interested in a run at the Presidency, and we believe he would be a top tier candidate right out of the gate."

"According to The Hill newspaper, DeMint 'has discussed a White House bid with his wife and will pray on the question out of respect for his supporters across the country.'"

"Such a move would be welcome news for gun owners. Sen. DeMint’s proven conservative track record and willingness to stand up to the leadership of both parties makes him a powerful choice to replace Obama in next year." ...
 

Romney's new mission: To change perceptions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On paper, Republican Mitt Romney seems to be the candidate's candidate."

"The son of a former governor, Romney has demonstrated that he can raise swells of campaign cash -- and has the name recognition that helps place him high in presidential preference polls."

"Romney, 64, also has the credentials of being a successful businessman and organizer, key aspects to any successful candidate. ..." ...

"Romney also is trying to defend his conservative credentials after being accused of flip-flopping on social issues such as abortion ..."

"He also backtracked on his earlier contention that he didn't support any gun-control legislation. During his 1994 Senate campaign, Romney said he supports gun-control legislation. ..." ...
 

IL: Concealed carry: NRA officials hope law will be approved in the fall
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Illinois House of Representatives failed to hold a follow-up vote on the concealed-carry gun law this week, despite strong support for the bill from gun enthusiasts and Second Amendment advocates."

"Still, representatives of the National Rifle Association say they are 'cautiously optimistic' that the new law will have enough support to be approved the next time a vote is taken. The House could vote on the matter again as early as this fall’s veto session." ...
 

FL: St. Petersburg City Council rejects symbolic measures to address gun violence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When it comes to discussing ways to make it harder for criminals to use guns on city streets, Mayor Bill Foster is out to lunch."

"Literally."

"At least that was the case Thursday when the City Council considered symbolic actions to promote a ban on assault weapons and support for a national coalition against gun violence. ..." ...
 

FL: Challenge set for Fla. gun bill signed by Scott
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Physician and gun control groups say they will sue to block a new Florida law signed Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott that prevents doctors from asking patients about gun ownership." ...

"'Gov. Rick Scott should realize the risks to public health and safety that he would be sanctioning by giving into the gun lobby's agenda,' the groups said in a joint statement." ...
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Submitter's Note: How on Earth does preventing doctors from asking about gun ownership risk public health and safety? They can still spout all the gun-grabber propaganda masquerading as "safety suggestions" that they want, they just can't ask if you own guns.
 

TX: A few important things that happened this week at your Texas Capitol
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The most exciting sporting events are those that go into overtime. ... The Legislature found itself in a similar situation this last week when time ran out and bills were left without final approval ..."

"We are now in legislative overtime to resolve some of these issues. Unlike a game, however, there is much more at stake than a trophy and bragging rights. ..."

"Five things that happened this week at your Texas Capitol are:" ...

"3. Second Amendment rights for employees driving to and from work protected" ...
 

NC: Weakening Amendments For HB 650?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This alert was released this evening by Grass Roots North Carolina. Looks like it is time to contact your state rep and put the fear of God in them about weakening amendments." ...
 

NC: Massive North Carolina Gun Bill Passes House Judiciary Committee HB 650
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"HB 650, the massive gun bill we have been telling you about is now passed in House Judiciary C Sub-Committee."

"We now need you to contact the full House list to express your support for this important bill." ...
 

OH: FLASH: House Speaker says SB17 (Restaurant/Car Carry Rules Fix) will move in the House before summer recess, be sent to governor
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Three weeks after his chamber passed its version of Restaurant & Carry Carry Rules Fix legislation, Speaker William Batchelder (R-Medina) is saying that his chamber plans to move the Senate's version (SB17) this month, before the General Assembly breaks for the summer." ...
 

Heh! Chicago Has To Pay Up.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After the City of Chicago lost McDonald et al v. City of Chicago et al in the Supreme Court, they changed their gun ban ordinances. Because of this, they argued that the plaintiffs were not 'prevailing parties' and thus weren't entitled to attorneys' fees. U.S. District Court Judge Milton Shadur agreed with them and denied Alan Gura and the attorneys for the National Rifle Association the attorneys' fees that should have been due them."

"Today, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision overturning Judge Shadur ..." ...
 

MA: Northborough Police chief asks judge to dismiss gun suit
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police Chief Mark Leahy last week filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in which he is named as a defendant."

"Northborough resident Eoin Pryal, a legal immigrant from the United Kingdom, filed a lawsuit in April with another immigrant from Cambridge and two gun rights groups alleging that the state law barring immigrants from possessing handguns and large-capacity weapons is unconstitutional." ...
 

FL: Former Walton deputy gets 15 years for aggravated child abuse
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Former Walton County Sheriff’s Deputy Jerid Day was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday for aggravated child abuse and child neglect."

"Day was convicted of the charges in April after jurors heard testimony that he had flung his 3-month-old child into her crib July 24, 2010."

"The child suffered a skull fracture and doctors also found a broken leg. The injuries were not reported until the day after the incident because Day didn’t say anything to his wife until then." ...
 

OH: How They See Us: Ohio's police lobbying organizations vs. the law-abiding gun owner
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "As each pro-gun reform was introduced, police lobbying organizations assured Ohioans that giving law-abiding citizens more leeway in how they carry guns will lead to an epidemic of dead law enforcement officers. Each time, their position ignores the fact that similar laws are already in place across America without a threat to law enforcement officers, or the general public."

"The only possible explanation for opposing every gun reform bill by claiming it will lead to violence against police officers is that law enforcement lobbying groups don't see a distinction between a common street thug and a law-abiding citizen." ...
 

IA: Sheriff: 20 percent of 2011 gun permits go to those with criminal records
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One in five people permitted to carry guns in Johnson County since a new shall carry law went into effect in January have criminal records, Johnson County Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek said Wednesday." ...

"'My biggest beef is they took all the discretion away from the sheriffs ... but what they’ve done is allowed more people who are criminal, non-law-abiding citizen to carry guns,' Pulkrabek said. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: The law requires the sheriff to deny a permit if "[p]robable cause exists to believe, based upon documented specific actions of the person ... that the person is likely to use a weapon unlawfully ..." So Lonny thinks he should be able to classify people as criminals without evidence, just on his whim.
 

GA: Man Who Claims Police Beat Him Speaks Out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Clemmin Davis said he has a hard time watching a YouTube video of what appears to be an Atlanta police officer repeatedly kicking and punching him while he is on the ground."

"'They started beating me, you know, just kicking me all in my teeth and in my head,' said Davis." ...
 

PA: Ex-Shenandoah chief Nestor sentenced to 13 months in prison; Moyer gets 3 months
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"A federal judge sentenced two former Shenandoah police officers to prison Wednesday, telling them their friendships in the close-knit borough compromised their work in the investigation of an illegal immigrant's beating death."

"U.S. District Judge A. Richard Caputo ordered former police Chief Matthew Nestor to serve 13 months in federal prison for filing a false police report. He then sentenced former Lt. William Moyer to three months in jail for lying to the FBI." ...
 

VA: Memorial Day shooting: 911 call warned of deputy's plan
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Almost a half-hour before Jennifer Carter Agee was shot to death on Memorial Day, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office was warned that her sheriff's deputy ex-husband had an assault rifle and was driving to Salem to kill her."

"But Sheriff Ewell Hunt told his dispatch center not to issue a 'be on the lookout' alert to other law enforcement agencies, saying he would take care of the situation himself, according to a sheriff's office radio call log." ...
 

MN: Kicked out for doing good: Hastings man who volunteered on scene of north Minneapolis tornado was thrown out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For a few years, Mike Haege’s sister lived in north Minneapolis. He knows the neighborhood at least a little bit, and when a tornado tore through the area on Sunday, May 22, he took notice."

"On the news he saw trees strewn about lawns and streets. Then inspiration struck. He wanted to help. ..." ...

"'We were removing stuff so people could get out of their driveways and out of their doors,' he said. 'The place was a pretty big disaster.'"

"What happened next shocked Haege."

"A city inspector arrived at the scene. She told Haege he had to leave. Immediately."

"'You have to leave right now,' the inspector told Haege. 'You’re not licensed to be here.'"

"'I said, 'I’m just a volunteer,' and she didn’t believe me.'" ...

"Haege got more bad news in the mail Wednesday afternoon. He received a $275 fine from the City of Minneapolis."
 

LA: Former WBR deputy gets jail time
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former West Baton Rouge Parish sheriff’s deputy convicted of second-degree battery will spend at least 30 days in jail and six months under house arrest for his role in a 2007 jailhouse beating that left an inmate with a fractured jaw." ...
 

WI: Dane County Deputy Fired For Punching Arrested Man
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Dane County sheriff's deputy has been fired for punching and elbowing a handcuffed man in the stomach last January."

"The man ended up going to a hospital."

"An investigation found the deputy used excessive force. The deputy, whose name was not released, was fired last week, according to the Dane County Sheriff's Office." ...
 

MD: MTA Officers Detain Man For Taking Pictures
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"The Maryland Transit Administration says more training may be called for after three MTA officers detained a man for taking pictures at a light rail station." ...

"According to the ACLU, this isn’t the first time MTA Police have overstepped their bounds." ...

"The MTA admits the officers were in error." ...
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KABA Note: Kudos for admitting the error instead of telling us that the officers were "following procedure".
 

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