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Louisiana cops release chilling video of deadly gun store shooting
Submitted by: jac

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Mayer said Williams "became agitated by the request and pulled his gun out of his pants and started firing." He said employees and customers returned fire and "eliminated the threat."

Submitter's note: Don't look for this story on CNN.
 

Federal Judge Allows Damage Claims to Proceed in N.C. Permit Case
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A federal judge in North Carolina will allow plaintiffs in a case challenging a suspension of pistol purchase permit applications last year to move ahead in pursuit of damage claims and associated claims for declaratory relief and attorney’s fees, according to the Second Amendment Foundation.

The case involved a county sheriff’s decision to suspend accepting PPP applications after Gov. Roy Cooper declared an emergency. It was not a rare incident, as other jurisdictions also suspended taking applications for concealed carry permits and licenses. In some municipalities, the suspension is still in effect nearly a year after an emergency was declared.
 

Federal Court Allows Damage Claims to Proceed in N.C. Permit Case
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A U.S. District Court Judge in North Carolina has ruled that plaintiffs in a case challenging last year’s “temporary suspension” of accepting and processing pistol purchase permits allegedly due to the COVID-19 outbreak and state of emergency declared by Gov. Roy Cooper, may pursue damage claims and associated claims for declaratory relief and attorney’s fees. The case is known as Stafford v. Baker.
 

Copper-Plated Hollow Point Ammo: CPHP Bullets Explained
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hollow point bullets have been used for defense purposes and hunting since their inception. These bullets expand rapidly upon impact, guaranteeing the most damage possible without over-penetrating. One of the most common types of hollow point for sale today is the copper-plated hollow point, or CPHP.
 

Missouri County Ordinance: Sheriff Can Arrest Feds Who Enforce Gun Control
Submitted by: David Williamson
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An ordinance passed by Newton County, Missouri, not only nullifies new federal controls within the county but also makes clear the sheriff can arrest federal agents attempting to enforce those gun controls inside county lines.

The Daily Wire reported the ordinance on February 21, 2021. It was approved by Newton County Commissioners on February 3.
 

TN: Tennessee- NRA-Supported Constitutional Carry Legislation Introduced for 2021 Legislative Session
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 2021 fight for Constitutional Carry in the Volunteer State begins today. Your NRA-ILA is working hard with pro-gun lawmakers and Governor Bill Lee to pass House Bill 786 /Senate Bill 765, legislation that will expand self-defense options for law-abiding citizens. Sometimes called permitless carry, Constitutional Carry would ensure that no honest, hard-working Tennessean is ever left defenseless while waiting for government permission or wading through red-tape.
 

Racial Integration Lives at a Southern Gun Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I attended a gun show this weekend. Normally, my social activities aren't worthy of note, but this one is because the show spoke so perfectly to who we really are as Americans — and we are not the racist, hate-filled, stupid killers of leftist caricatures. To set the stage, I need to go back to the early 1980s, when a longtime friend of mine confessed to me that he was gay. I wasn't surprised, having figured out the truth years before. I then told him my greatest fear about his being gay, which was that I would lose him to the gay lifestyle. I predicated that he would soon define himself by his sexuality rather than by his interests, skills, and values.
 

IL: At Least 15 Shot, 2 Killed In Chicago Weekend Violence
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At least 15 people were shot in Chicago this weekend, and two of them were killed. The most recent fatal shooting happened at 5:09 p.m. Sunday, when a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed Sunday in Little Village.
 

SC: 6 SC senators want to make the state a Second Amendment Sanctuary
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Six South Carolina senators want to make the state a Second Amendment Sanctuary, according to pre-filed legislation in Columbia. Sens. Shane Massey, Rex Rice, Josh Kimbrell, Tom Corbin, Dwight Loftis and Tom Young filed the bill on Feb. 18.
 

How Much Ammo is Enough?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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What a loaded question in the year 2021. Due to the perfect storm combination of a pandemic, civil unrest, and election uncertainty, 2020 was a record-breaking year for gun and ammo sales. Not only did the already established tens of millions of gun owners buy more guns and ammo, but over eight million first-time gun buyers joined our ranks. For many millions of Americans the reality that they are on their own, with nobody coming to help them in time, finally set in. Those of us who have been invested in our own self-protection for a long time are bewildered that it took such a year to wake many people up, but here we are.
 

Louisiana shooting spree leaves 3 dead; armed citizens credited with saving lives
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Armed citizens were credited with limiting fatalities in a shooting in Louisiana on Saturday that left three people dead, including the suspect, according to authorities.

The outburst, at a gun store and range just down the road from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, also left two people wounded, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

Submitter's note: This quickly fell out of the news. I can't find any details today about who shot who. Apparently armed citizens stopping a mass shooting doesn't fit the narrative so is buried.
 

KY: Man Killed in Self-Defense Shooting
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Rineyville man was shot and killed Saturday night after police say he began shooting into a home on Village Drive in Elizabethtown following an altercation. Irving White, 29, was killed when a man he had been in an argument with a few minutes earlier began to shoot back, striking him, Elizabethtown police say. White was shot outside a residence in the 500 block of Village Drive.
 

HI: Hawaii- Self Defense Bill Up in Committee
Submitted by: David Williamson
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House Bill 534, as amended in House Draft 1, clarifies when the use of force for self-defense is justified. It states that citizens may defend themselves, their “legally occupied dwelling or motor vehicle,” and other people against assailants, and that there is no duty to retreat under those circumstances when they occupy premises in which they have a legal right to be and are not engaged in unlawful activity. In addition, it provides immunity from civil action for lawful use of force. Victims of violent crime shouldn’t be subjected to unnecessary civil suits, thereby being victimized twice.
 

The Armed Citizen® February 22, 2021
Submitted by: David Williamson
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An office worker in Orlando, Fla., was forced to use a pistol in self defense when they, and a coworker, were attacked by a man with a machete inside their business on the morning of Feb. 16, 2021. The incident occurred before 9:30 a.m. that Tuesday, when a man entered the Staff Zone office on Old Winter Garden Road with a machete in his hands. The man was upset, and began arguing with two employees who were in the office at that time. As the argument continued the man then moved to attack the two employees with the blade. As the attacker lunged at one of the employees, that employee drew a pistol and fired.
 

Kenosha WI: Huber Gives Judge the Middle Finger at Rittenhouse Hearing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On 11 February 2021, there was a bond hearing for Kyle Rittenhouse, conducted on Zoom, over the Internet, by Judge Bruce E. Schroeder. The hearing was requested by the District Attorney Office, represented by DA Thomas Binger. Those opposing Kyle Rittenhouse had characterized Kyle as dangerous and a white supremacist. There has not been any evidence presented to support this claim, other than claiming the OK hand sign is used by white supremacists. DA Binger appeared to be echoing those claims..
 

Buzz: Trump library on hold, NPR likes mugshots now, and Lauren Boebert warns on spending
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Planning for the Donald J. Trump Presidential Library seems to be on hold for a good reason. A Trump insider tells Secrets that the former president isn’t ready to give up his hopes of returning to the Oval Office.
 

PA: Carbon Municipalities Asked to Become Second Amendment Sanctuaries
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Town by town, Brandon Bell of Penn Forest Township is making his way through Carbon County, asking each municipality to consider becoming a "Second Amendment Sanctuary." "We will not enforce or put resources toward something that is unconstitutional," Bell explains this is essentially what a municipality who agrees to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary would be saying.
 

FPC Second Amendment Lawsuit Against Wake County, NC Sheriff May Proceed
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Federal District Court Judge Louise Flanagan of the Eastern District of North Carolina ordered that FPC’s lawsuit against Wake County, North Carolina Sheriff Gerald M. Baker can proceed. The opinion in Stafford v. Baker can be found at FPCLegal.org.
 

NRA Victory in Washington Court of Appeals
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action applauds a decision by the Washington Court of Appeals today that upheld the state's preemption law and struck down a pair of local ordinances that restricted the right of law-abiding gun owners. "Today's ruling is an important victory for the people of Washington," said Lars Dalseide, NRA Washington state spokesman. "Hopefully jurisdictions like Edmonds will realize that violating the Washington State Constitution is neither legal nor in the best interest of personal protection."
 

Gov. Cuomo Stripped NY Gun Rights And Crime Is Soaring
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New York’s Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is feeling the heat for more than just his COVID scandal. He’s also dodging his citizens’ demands for reducing crime while at the same time denying them their Second Amendment rights.
 

2021: The State of American Game, Thanks to America’s Hunters
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For well more than a century, it’s safe to say wildlife and the wild places it inhabits have benefited because of hunters—and, by extension, NRA members. That last part is not a stretch. Next to self-defense hunting is one of the primary ways Americans exercise their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Indeed, across the expanse of the 19th century, hunting was perhaps the primary way Americans exercised that right while our society stretched coast-to-coast and in large part fed itself off game.
 

TN: Tennessee- NRA-Supported Constitutional Carry Legislation Introduced for 2021 Legislative Session
Submitted by: david williamson
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The 2021 fight for Constitutional Carry in the Volunteer State begins today. Your NRA-ILA is working hard with pro-gun lawmakers and Governor Bill Lee to pass House Bill 786 /Senate Bill 765, legislation that will expand self-defense options for law-abiding citizens. Sometimes called permitless carry, Constitutional Carry would ensure that no honest, hard-working Tennessean is ever left defenseless while waiting for government permission or wading through red-tape.
 

7 Tips for Surviving in an Anti-Gun State
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The talking points for gun control and “common-sense gun laws” are all the rage these days, especially with the new administration in Washington. For those of you who are lucky enough to live in what I call “free states,” what’s being proposed by the government seems ludicrous. But I don’t live in a free state, I live in New York State (Not New York City, but “Upstate” New York).
 

MI: Suspect who stole gun from man open carrying at Detroit gas station arrested for unrelated crime
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Caught on camera - a bold thief steals a gun from a man open-carrying at a gas station. The crime happened in January, but Detroit police has just released the video of the incident hoping to get the gun and the perpetrator - off the streets.

Detroit police say the thief has been arrested and linked to other crimes including a non-fatal shooting.

A surveillance camera at the BP at Seven Mile and Wyoming captured the perp in a red Nike hoodie walking up behind a 53-year-old man open carrying a pistol.

He yanks it from the holster, points it at the victim, and takes off running with a second man who appears to be a partner in crime.

 

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