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TX: Armed Private Citizen Fired at Texas Church Shooter
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A armed private citizen reportedly engaged the shooter who killed more than two dozen people Sunday at a rural southeast Texas church, and then chased the suspect several miles along with another man, various news agencies have reported.

The Washington Times identified the killer as Devin Patrick Kelley, 26. When authorities investigated, they found several firearms in Kelley’s car. But the rifle he used, identified as a Ruger semi-auto, was left at the crime scene after the armed citizen fired at him.
 

Are More Guns Helpful? In Wal-Mart Shooting, Armed Shoppers Hinder Police Investigation
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Most shoppers crouched behind checkout counters or bolted toward the back exit. But as a gunman fired inside a Wal-Mart store in a Denver suburb, some patrons took a more defensive approach: They grabbed their own guns. They were the proverbial "good guys with guns" that gun rights advocates say have the power to stop mass shootings.
 

The Loneliness of the Liberal Gun Lover
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On a recent Saturday, a 35-year-old Puerto Rican woman who grew up in Spanish Harlem, came out of the shadows. In front of two dozen strangers mopping up the last of their buffet lunch, Miriam O’Quinn revealed two details about herself that she rarely shares, at least not in the same sentence. She voted for Bernie Sanders. And she really likes to shoot guns.
The reason she had come here, to the banquet room of McKenzie’s Barbecue, was that the other two dozen people in the room were more or less just like her— otherwise liberal Democrats who happen to feel just as passionately about the Second Amendment as they do about, say, universal health care.
 

CA: San Francisco Police Approved to Use Stun Guns Despite Opposition
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The San Francisco Police Commission has voted to arm police officers with electric stun guns in the wake of a deadly shooting. Friday’s 4-3 vote was met with shouts of “Shame!” from activists who contend that the supposedly less-lethal weapons can kill and could escalate rather than de-escalate confrontations, leading to deadly encounters.
 

AK: Dimond Shooter Breaks 14-Year-Old Region Record
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Dimond's Jasmine Kobayashi broke the long-standing Cook Inlet Conference riflery record Friday by shooting 297 out of a possible 300 at the Chugiak High range.

Kobayashi was perfect in two of the three stages, firing scores of 100 from the prone position and standing position before shooting 97 from the kneeling position.

The performance took down the region record of 296 set in 2003 by Service's Jessalin Schultz and tied by several shooters in subsequent years.

After Kobayashi's perfect score in the standing stage, "tension built as the realization that the new region record was within reach," Dimond coach John Snead said.

"It's very rare for a high school student to shoot 100 in standing," he added.


 

OR: Elk Hunter Shoots, Kills Wolf
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A 38-year-old Clackamas man who was hunting elk in Union County last week told Oregon State Police he shot and killed a wolf on Oct. 27 after the animal ran directly at him. It was the first case of its kind since wolves, which were extirpated from Oregon in the 1940s, migrated into the state from Idaho in 1999.
 

MT: Grizzly Bear Killed Near Pendroy Ran Towards Hunters
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A hunter shot and killed a grizzly bear near Pendroy on Saturday after the bear ran towards him and a fellow hunter. According to Fish, Wildlife and Parks, two men were pheasant hunting when a female grizzly bear approached them with three cubs. The bear charged at a hunting dog, which prompted one of the men to shoot in the air and yell at the bear.
 

TX: Open Carry Supporters Rally at Capitol
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About 20 people have shown up so far for an open carry rally at the Texas Capitol. Supporters of open carry laws began gathering on the Capitol’s north grounds at 11 a.m. Sunday in a display of support for Second Amendment rights. According to the event’s Facebook page, the Texas State Capitol 2A Rally is one of dozens of rallies in support of the Second Amendment taking place across the U.S. Sunday.
 

We Need Guns ...To Protect Ourselves from OJ!!!
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Dave Bautista is a liberal kind of guy ... who likes his guns.
We got the wrestler-turned-big actor at LAX Saturday where he told our photog he's a big second amendment guy, with limits. He thinks it's insane bump stocks are not illegal. He throws some serious shade on O.J. Simpson -- who has said he's moving to Bautista's home state of Florida -- saying he'd decline an invite to share a beer with him. He also uses O.J. as a reason why it's important for people to bare arms.
 

Change Gun Laws? End Gerrymandering
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Congress has shown no sign of changing any gun laws more than four weeks after the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nev. With nearly 7 in 10 Americans saying Congress “needs to do more” to reduce gun violence, people are frustrated by the lack of movement on meaningful reform. But a major case pending before the Supreme Court could break the logjam — even though the case has nothing to do with the Second Amendment.
 

CA: Guns, Ammunition Stolen From Unmarked San Mateo County Sheriff's Department Vehicle
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A shotgun, rifle, ammunition and other items were stolen from an unmarked San Mateo County Sheriff's Department vehicle in San Francisco Friday night, according to the city's police department and sources. The unmarked vehicle was stationed along the 100 block of Jones Street when it was broken into just after 10 p.m., according to San Francisco police.
 

TX: Paxton- Texans With Guns Can Help Stop Mass Shootings
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Texans can help prevent mass shootings by carrying concealed guns, Attorney General Ken Paxton said Sunday, hours after at least 26 people were killed in a church in Sutherland Springs. "This is going to happen again," he told Fox News. "All I can say is in Texas at least we have the opportunity to have conceal carry. And so ... there's always the opportunity that gunman will be taken out before he has the opportunity to kill very many people."
 

NY: Sheriff to Keep Helping Fight Gun Violence in Syracuse
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Onondaga County Sheriff's office says it will continue to help combat gun violence in the city of Syracuse. Sheriff Eugene Conway's office usually participates in the so-called gun involved violence initiative, or GIVE, from April through October. But the sheriff says this year the program, a key component of New York's shooting and homicide reduction strategy, will continue for several more months.
 

IL: Lake County Officials Debate Gun Regulations at Waukegan Forum
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Reasons why some turn to picking up guns were discussed by a panel of community leaders during a forum hosted by Switch Lanes at the Christian Faith Fellowship Church in Waukegan on Saturday. Former gang member Anthony McIntyre runs the Switch Lanes organization, which tries to steer young gang members away from crime through intervention.
 

IN: How Will Lawmakers Handle Debate Over Constitutional Carry?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A panel of state lawmakers has recommended lessening restrictions on firearms in the Hoosier State. The committee, which was tasked with studying the potential repeal of the laws that require a person to attain a license to carry a handgun, released their recommendation Monday afternoon.
While the recommendation doesn’t endorse the proposal, it does seek to lessen or remove so-called “hurdles” that stand in the way of Hoosier's 2nd Amendment rights.
 

4 Best Deer Cartridges: No. 1 for the Woods
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We can break down the type of deer cartridges needed based on the conditions of the hunt. Woods hunters don’t need long-range reach; they typically need compact, quick-handling rifles. Too often hunters who prowl the timber become infatuated with the wide-open spaces of the West. In turn, they opt for a rifle better suited to the Wyoming prairie than the pine thicket on the old home place. There are many different rifles suitable for deer hunting, and the same can be said for cartridges. They all work well, some are just a better fit for the woods.
 

First Gear: Browning Plus Tactical Solutions—A Buck Mark Bonanza
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Full disclosure starts our First Gear for today: Browning’s Buck Mark and just about anything from Tactical Solutions are all-but-certain hits with us based on long experience. You are warned: We think objectivity is still within reach, but you be the judge.
 

Individual First-Aid Kits (IFAK): Why You Need One
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The subject of Individual First-Aid Kits (IFAK) is something near and dear to my heart, as I lived and used them daily for many years as a Green Beret medic. I used my overseas experience to both hone my own skills as well as develop products that are useful outside of the military. Hopefully I can shed some light on what and why I’ve chosen the items you’ll find in the IFAKs I build and design for friends, my family and myself.
 

MI: Several Guns Stolen from Cedar Springs Business
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Police are investigating after several guns were reportedly stolen from Family Farm and Home in Cedar Springs. It happened around 7:30 a.m. at 4175 17 Mile Road NE in Cedar Springs on Saturday. According to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department, store management reported several guns were taken after the business after it was broken into. Police say it appears two suspects were involved.
 

IL: After Body Cameras on Chicago Cops, could Gun Cameras be Next?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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All Chicago police officers on patrol will be wearing chest-mounted body cameras by the end of the year — but could gun-mounted cameras be next? The answer may lie 1,200 miles south, in St. Petersburg, Florida. The town, with a population of about 250,000, is the largest of a handful of municipalities around the country that are testing the devices. And their findings will be weighed by Chicago cops going forward.
 

TX: Deer Hunting Season Begins
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Hunters rushed into Central Texas this weekend thanks to the start of deer hunting season Saturday. Local supply stores were already going strong thanks to the many bow hunters who get to start a month early. However, if you are using a rifle, Saturday was not to be missed.
 

VT: Preliminary Count- 40 Moose Taken in Hunting Seasons
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The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says preliminary numbers show that hunters took 40 moose in this year's hunting seasons. Hunters have reported eight moose taken during the archery season and 32 during last month's rifle season. This year, 80 permits were issued, down from 165 last year. Five permits were also sold at the state's annual moose hunting permit auction.
 

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