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Federal gun prosecutions Surge in Response to New Orleans Crime
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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On Dec. 12, a woman walked into the 8th District police station in the French Quarter to report that her ex-boyfriend had threatened to kill her on a 2 a.m. drive into New Orleans East. “Love kills,” Kody Severin said as he pointed a gun at her face, she told police a week later.
 

Lionheart Announces the New Optic-Ready Hammer-Fired Vulcan 9 Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The new VULCAN 9 picks up where the REGULUS left off. Continuing Lionheart’s record of providing combat ready, heirloom quality pistols, the VULCAN 9 answers the call for those looking for a refined, optic-ready, hammer-fired pistol for concealed carry.
 

GOP lawmakers, NRA slam ATF rule to regulate pistol braces: ‘Unconstitutional overreach’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Republican lawmakers and gun rights groups blasted the Biden administration over a new rule that tightens regulations on pistol stabilizing braces. The Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives (ATF) finalized a new regulation Friday that will treat guns with stabilizing accessories like short-barreled rifles, which require a federal license to own under the National Firearms Act.
 

CA: Napa City Council to Hear Report on Possible Safe Firearm Storage Ordinance, Homeless Services Update
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Napa City Council on Tuesday is set to hear a report on a potential ordinance to require safe storage of firearms when they’re not in use. The presentation on safe gun storage, a report by Napa Police Chief Jennifer Gonzales, comes after the unanimous approval in August of such an ordinance by the St. Helena City Council. Napa could become the second city in Napa County to pass such an ordinance; an increasing number of cities in nearby counties — such as Berkeley, San Francisco, Davis, Woodland, Morgan Hill and Petaluma — have been passing safe storage ordinances over the past year.
 

San Antonio Democrat will Attempt to Raise Minimum Age to Purchase Firearm
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As State Sen. Roland Gutierrez returns to Austin for his second term in the Texas Senate, his mission is as focused as ever: helping families in Uvalde continue to recover from the massacre at Robb Elementary. And reforming Texas’ gun laws will be his number one priority during the first legislative session since the tragedy.
 

OH: Ohio Deer Kill Numbers up in 2022, but What Will Next Year's Hunting Regulations Bring?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Since the archery season’s start in late September, hunters in Ohio had killed 201,292 deer through Tuesday. And counting. The deer hunt concludes at one-half hour after sunset on Feb. 5, though the opportunities during which bunches of whitetails are dispatched disappear after the four-day muzzleloader season that ended last week.
 

MD: New Bill Proposes Restrictions on Gun Owners
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Governor-elect Wes Moore is due to take office Wednesday, ending an eight-year run for outgoing Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and republicans holding that position. Maryland Republicans are the minority in both the State House and Senate.
 

Nation’s Obsession With Guns Turns Children into Accidental Killers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Nine days ago, a bullet fired by a gun in the hands of a 6-year-old boy passed through a 25-year-old teacher’s chest. Though unlikely to face criminal charges, that child will grow up with the guilt and stigma of knowing that he intentionally shot another human being. And a classroom of first-graders will grow up trying to navigate the long process of healing from the trauma of watching a beloved teacher nearly killed by a classmate.
 

New: Stevens 560 Field Shotguns with Walnut Furniture
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Massachusetts-based Savage this week announced a new installment in its Stevens series of budget-minded shotguns that looks like anything but a "budget" gun. The new 12-gauge Stevens 560 Field shotguns will be available in both 28- and 26-inch barrel formats and standard (14.5-inch) or compact (13.5-inch) lengths of pull. All feature oil-finished Turkish walnut stocks and forends with added features like a raised ventilated rib with a mid-bead and front fiber-optic sight.

 

ATF Stabilizer Brace Rule Means the Registration of Millions of Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives’ (ATF’s) stabilizer brace rule was finalized January 13, 2023, and it portends the registration of millions of guns. Breitbart News reported the announcement of the finalized rule, noting that owners of said braces will have 120 days to register them once the rule is published in the federal register.
 

Republicans and gun rights activists unload on new pistol brace regulations
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Gun rights groups and top Republicans shelled out scathing criticisms at the Justice Department's new firearm regulation submission Friday governing the use of pistol-stabilizing braces. DOJ officials pitched the new rule as a means of cracking down on a loophole in which gun owners can effectively circumvent existing rules on short-barreled rifles with pistol-stabilizing braces, but detractors slammed the measure as an infringement on the Second Amendment.
 

Hearing Monday on Virginia Gun Control Measure
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Virginia Citizens Defense League has sent out a statewide alert to its members and Second Amendment activists about a Virginia Senate bill that penalizes people who leave a handgun in an unattended vehicle unless the vehicle is locked and the gun is in a locked container or compartment.
 

Judge Throws out Suit Against State Law, Allowing Sharing of Gun Owner Information With Researchers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A San Diego federal judge upheld a state law that allows the state to disclose some personal information of registered gun owners to research institutions, dismissing a lawsuit from gun owners who said the law violated their gun-owning rights and violates their privacy.

 

NH: New Hampshire Bill Would Take on Federal Gun Control; Past, Present, and Future
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A bill introduced in the New Hampshire House would end state enforcement of a wide range of federal gun control measures; past, present and future. The passage of this bill would take an important step toward nullifying federal acts in practice and effect that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms within the state.

 

.410 vs 12 Gauge: Another Shotgun Shootout
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Shotguns may be the most versatile firearms on the face of the planet. Shooters around the globe rely on these smoothbore firearms for hunting, sport shooting, and personal defense. Because shotguns are in such high demand, modern shooters can choose from an incredibly diverse selection, with models designed to suit specific shooting needs. While variety is definitely the spice of life, too many options can make finding the right shotgun seem almost impossible, especially if you’re new to firearms.
 

9mm vs 40 vs 45: The Great Handgun Caliber Debate Solved
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Deciding on the caliber of your self-defense or concealed carry handgun can be a challenging task if you haven’t done your research. Although there are many options on the market like 10mm Auto and 357 SIG, the three most popular pistol calibers are 9mm Luger, 40 S&W, and 45 ACP.
 

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