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Tips for Starting to Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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Daily concealed carry seems effortless for many. We refuse to be victims and hold sacred having the ability to protect and defend ourselves if needed. Each day we make carrying our firearm a part of our routine. This should be black and white, cut and dried, and easy for anyone who exercises their Second Amendment right, correct? Wrong. There are many citizens among us who value this right yet are hesitant to exercise it because they’re timid about carrying.

 

OH: 'Stand Your Ground' Bill Advances In Ohio House. What's At Stake?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of the most controversial bills moving through the Ohio Statehouse is the so-called “Stand Your Ground” bill. Pro-gun groups support the legislation, which removes the requirement to try and retreat before taking lethal action.
 

N.J. Gov. Murphy Right, “Let’s Talk About Gun Policy”…Failures
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms agrees with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy that the aftermath of Sunday’s shooting incident in Trenton is a great time to “talk about gun policy,” especially how it has disastrously failed to protect his state’s law abiding citizens.
 

American Medical Association Proposes More Anti-Gun “Solutions” at Its Annual Meeting
Submitted by: David Williamson
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At its annual meeting in Chicago last week, the American Medical Association (AMA) expanded on its list of proposed “common-sense solutions” to the problem of “gun violence” that it has been proposing for years. AMA’s former president, David O. Barbe, M.D., claimed that gun violence is a public health crisis.
 

CCRKBA Chief Calls Out N.J. Gov: ‘Let’s Talk Gun Policy Failures’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When New Jersey’s anti-gun Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy tried to capitalize on the weekend shooting at a Trenton arts festival by declaring that now is a great time to “talk about gun policy,” the chairman of a national gun rights organization quickly called him out.

“Yes, let’s talk about New Jersey’s abysmal gun policy,” said Alan Gottlieb, head of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. “Let’s hear Murphy explain how keeping honest citizens disarmed while criminals like Tahaji Wells, who just got out of prison in February and should not have had a firearm at all under existing law, are released early where they can prey upon innocent, and defenseless, Garden State residents.”
 

Facbook: Ads for Gun Accessories Can’t Be Shown to Minors
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Facebook is requiring advertisers on its platform to restrict the audience for gun-accessory ads to people 18 years and older. The social networking giant’s new policy, which starts Thursday, comes after a recent rash of U.S. school shootings and is an addendum to the company’s existing rules on gun-related ads.
 

WY: Gun Demonstration on Town Square Supports Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Supporters of America’s Second Amendment rights gathered peacefully for a demonstration at Washington Square Park in downtown Jackson over the weekend. According to event organizer Rob Benedict, turnout on Saturday did not reflect the number of people pledging support online. “The goal was to publicly celebrate Second Amendment rights peacefully without harassment, which we did,” Benedict posted on Facebook.
 

March for Our Rights: This Student is Leading a Pro-Second Amendment Response to Parkland
Submitted by: David Williamson
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At 19 years old, Xena Amirani wants to represent the pro-Second Amendment student response to the gun control debate. She’s the chairwoman of the March for Our Rights, which is intended to be the pro-gun rights counterpart to the March for Our Lives gun control protest that was held after Parkland. On today’s show, Amirani shared how she became a pro-gun advocate and talked about how people responded after she went to a shooting range for the first time. Spoiler alert: There was some outrage. Watch the full clip (above) for her story.
 

Will Texas Pass a “Red Flag” Law to Remove Guns from People Who are Deemed Dangerous?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s become a common refrain after each new mass shooting: “There were red flags.” Before 26 people died in a rural church in Sutherland Springs in November, the shooter had escaped from a mental health facility, received a domestic violence conviction and had a standoff with police. Before the February massacre of 17 students and staff at a high school in Parkland, Florida, there were repeated calls to the police and multiple warnings about a potential school shooting to the FBI.
 

GA: A Georgia Gun-Seller’s Credit Issues Suddenly in GOP gov Race Focus
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A credit card processor’s role in handling a Georgia gunmaker’s financial transactions has suddenly become a hot issue in the race for governor, a sharp example of how Second Amendment rights continue to help frame the July runoff. Both Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Secretary of State Brian Kemp slammed Intuit, a financial firm that processes credit card payments, for “discriminating” against Honor Defense, a fast-growing gun manufacturer and retailer based in Gainesville. The Republican candidates for governor seized on the issue after it was publicized by a gun rights publication.
 

IL: Deerfield Residents React to Judge's Temporary Block of Assault Weapons Ban
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A decision by a Lake County judge June 12 to temporarily stop Deerfield from enforcing a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines drew mixed reaction from village residents this weekend. Shoppers at the Deerfield Farmers Market Saturday expressed a variety of opinions on both the ordinance and the judge’s ruling, with most speaking in favor of the ban.

 

WA: I-1639- Washington State’s Latest Gun Control Initiative
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I-1639 includes sweeping changes to the state’s gun laws, especially concerning semi-automatic rifles such as AR-15s.
Tallman Trask is with the Alliance For Gun Responsibility, the group behind the statewide initiative. “The goal here is really to make sure that our schools and our communities are safe from the kind of gun violence that terrorizes our country and even our state and city regularly, and all too often,” Trask said. “To do that, it does three really important interconnected things: Raise the age to purchase semi-automatic assault weapons in the state to 21 from the current age of 18; It will create enhanced background checks for those weapons.”


 

Common Sense Gun Control? Florida Democrat Say She'll Ban AR-15s By Executive Order
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Remember all the times the anti-gun Left talked about common sense gun control? They only wanted to pass so-called universal background checks, remember that? Well, that’s expanded to increasing the age to purchase any firearm to 21, limiting magazine sizes, and in some cases, banning certain firearms altogether in certain parts of the country.



 

DE: Assault Weapons Vote a Moment of Truth for Senators
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With the Delaware Senate set to consider a bill banning assault weapons, Tuesday could be the defining moment of this session of the Delaware General Assembly. We hope senators will rise to the occasion and vote yes. But even if they vote no, the Senate ought to take a vote, so that every Delawarean knows where their elected representative stands.



 

Hillary Clinton: Gun Control a ‘Political Necessity’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While speaking to a group of activists in San Francisco, Hillary Clinton stressed that gun control is a “political necessity” and part of “taking back” the country. Clinton ran gun control as a candidate in the 2016 election and lost. President Trump ran as pro-gun and LMT Online reports that Clinton is now criticizing him for standing with gun rights organizations.


 

OH: Authorities Looking for Thieves Who Stole 50 Guns from Sharonville Store
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Police are looking for at least five people who stole 50 firearms from a Sharonville gun store Sunday, authorities said. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms (ATF) and Explosives and the National Shooting Sports Foundation is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the arrest of the thieves. The burglary occurred at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday at Target World on E. Kemper Road.

 

Army Will Test Out 3 More Sub-Guns For Security Units
Submitted by: David Williamson
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U.S. Army weapons officials have expanded the list of submachine gun-style weapons the service plans to test to find a low-profile weapon for security personnel. Project Manager Soldier Weapons announced recently that it planned to spend $428,480 to award sole-source contracts to 10 gun makers for "highly-concealable" subcompact weapons for an upcoming evaluation, according to a June 6 award announcement.
 

KS: Wichita Restaurant's Facebook Post Sparks Tense Debate About Diners Carrying Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Riverside restaurant stirred up a passionate — and sometimes ugly — social media debate on Saturday with a Facebook post that announced "guns are welcome on our premises." The post, which sparked dozens of comments from customers on both sides of the gun debate, had people all weekend vowing to either increase their visits to Riverside Cafe — or to never set foot in the restaurant again.
 

NY: Nassau Lawmakers Push for Gun Storage Law
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Democratic lawmakers in Nassau County are pushing for a law that would require gun owners to take measures to keep guns out of the hands of kids. The proposed Nassau County Gun Storage Safety Law would require anyone who owns gun and lives with a minor to keep the weapon locked in a depository or box. County Executive Laura Curran gathered in Mineola Monday with fellow lawmakers, as well as students, law enforcement officials and people who have lost loved ones to gun violence to call for the bill.
 

A Colt's Python Primer
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In June 1955, Colt’s Mfg. Co.’s new masterpiece, the Python double-action revolver, was first shipped from the Hartford, Conn., factory, beginning a half-century of continuous production. Colt’s factory superintendent, Adalbert (Al) Gunther, was heavily involved in the design of what was to become the company’s flagship double-action revolver. It started in 1953 when Bill Henry, Colt’s head salesman, came to Gunther with the idea for a new precision target revolver. Colt had no budget for experimental guns at the time, so the prototype was made from existing parts and from raw steel, which was machined and welded as needed.
 

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