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SC: No Charges Filed in Fatal Stabbing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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No charges will be filed against a Gaston man for his involvement in a fatal stabbing at a Meadowfield Road home Thursday. Investigators from the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department consulted with prosecutors from the 11th Circuit Solicitor’s Office and determined 21-year-old Joshua Rossman acted in self-defense during an altercation with 19-year-old Rayshawn Porterfield. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher said Porterfield died at the scene after being stabbed in the upper body.
 

Could the Feds Take Your Guns?
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A Prescott lawmaker is proposing changes in state law designed to protect the right of Arizonans to keep their weapons no matter what a future Congress decides. But the attorney who crafted it for Republican Rep. David Stringer said that still won’t let Arizonans keep their “bump stocks” if the federal government declares them illegal. The legislation spells out the kind of weapons that the state believes are necessary for those who are members of the state militia. Existing Arizona law already says that automatically includes all “able-bodied citizens of the state” between 18 and 45.
 

Home, Home On The (Shooting) Range
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At this shooting range in central Nebraska, the sound of bullets hitting steel targets is ringing out on a cold fall morning. And a few things look out of place here. There's an old replica jail, a train depot and a hangman's gallows that could be from a Western movie backlot. And then when you ask people their names, you may get a funny answer.
 

Anti-gun Agenda Alive, Well as 2018 Legislatures Loom
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As the country looks ahead with hopes that the New Year will be better than the past 12 months, anti-gunners will renew their agenda for stricter gun laws and they will be using the inexplicable attacks in Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs to energize their arguments.

Second Amendment activists should keep an eye on Washington State, where anti-gun Attorney General Bob Ferguson will reportedly renew his push to ban so-called “assault weapons” and original capacity magazines.
 

IN: Nearly 20 Stab Wounds on Victim Disputes Suspect's Claim of Self-Defense
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An arrest has been made in connection with the death of a 27-year-old Evansville man that occurred in November. According to the affidavit of probable cause, 25-year-old Elijah Johnson of Evansville is preliminarily charged with the murder of Byron Edwards Jr., 27-years-old, of Evansville. Approximately 20 stab wounds led police to rule Edwards' death a homicide on Nov. 22. The cause of death, according to Vanderburgh County Coroner Steve Lockyear, was multiple sharp force trauma.
 

TN: One Dead After Shooting in Harriman
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A Harriman man is dead after a shooting at residence on Harding Road in Roane County on Saturday morning that police say is being claimed as self-defense. Jacob Christian Sizemore, 31, of Harriman, was killed Saturday morning by a suspect who the Harriman Police Department say admitted to shooting Sizemore and claims that the act was done in self-defense. HPD has not released the name of the shooter and has described him only as a "white male adult."
 

Top 25 Defensive Gun Uses of 2017
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With 2017 quickly drawing to a close, Breitbart News thought the timing right to review the top 25 defensive gun uses (DGUs) of 2017. And while it must be noted that these 25 examples are only a smidgen of the hundreds of thousands of DGUs that occur each year–see the academic work of Florida State University’s Gary Kleck–they nonetheless present a well-rounded summation of the various locations and circumstances in which law-abiding citizens use guns to defend their own lives and the lives of others.
 

WA: $10,000 Reward in Theft of 70 Guns From Shop
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A $10,000 reward is being offered for information following the theft of about 70 guns from a Bellevue gun shop in western Washington state. KING-TV reports in a story on Friday that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and National Shooting Sports Foundation are each offering $5,000.
 

California Shooting Rampage Highlights “Ghost Guns”
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The gunman who killed his wife and four others in a rampage in Northern California this week found an easy way around a court order prohibiting him from having guns: He built his own at home. Kevin Neal, 44, was armed with what authorities believe were two high-powered rifles that he made himself when he opened fire Tuesday on homes, cars and an elementary school around his tiny hometown of Rancho Tehama Reserve. A deputy finally shot and killed him.
 

UT: New Laws for 2018: Extra Hotel Tax, Rules for Police to Destroy Guns
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Utah drivers in 2018 will save some money after lawmakers eliminated a required car safety check, but visitors to hotels, motels and campgrounds will feel a slight pinch in their pocketbooks under a new tax. The changes are among a handful of new laws taking effect Monday in Utah. Most of the roughly 500 laws passed by Utah legislators in 2017 took effect in May, a default date marking 60 days from the end of Utah’s short legislative session. A few dozen more took effect July 1, the start of Utah’s new budget year.
 

IL: Chicago Homicides Down Sharply in 2017, Still Over 650 Slain
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Offering a hint of hope to a city notorious worldwide for its gun violence, Chicago saw a decline of more than 100 homicide victims in 2017 compared with the previous year — the steepest one-year reduction in nearly 15 years. But Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration, a beleaguered police department and residents of the blighted neighborhoods where the bloodshed is largely concentrated nevertheless are faced with a horrific toll: 664 people slain within city limits by New Year’s Eve, plus seven people shot dead by on-duty Chicago Police officers, according to data compiled by the Chicago Sun-Times.
 

Resident Oroposes Ordinance to Keep State Gun Range out of Griswold
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A resident has proposed an ordinance intent on keeping a state police training facility outside Griswold’s borders. For more than a year, Griswold residents and officials have been wary of the state negotiating for the purchase of a 113-acre property on Lee Road to be used to construct a 55,000-square-foot firearm training facility. Steve Douglas, who said he has been an outspoken opponent of the project since the get-go, drafted the proposal.
 

Cast & Blast Outdoors: Prime Deer Hunting Coming Up in January
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The best deer hunting is yet to come. At this point in deer season, many hunters look at the season as being half over, but more serious avid hunters understand that the best hunting is yet to come. The weather plays a big part in deer movement. Remember just a couple of weeks ago when the temperatures were warm and the abnormal fogging conditions during the mornings and afternoons made it difficult to see much less hunt. Things are about to drastically change.
 

NC: Local Businesses Pitch in for Annual Veterans Waterfowl Hunt
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In support of the WWIA Foundation and America’s combat wounded Purple Heart veterans, Beach Realty and Construction/Kitty Hawk Rentals will host a group of veterans in a soundfront historic hunting lodge renovated into a modern vacation rental in Powells Point from Jan. 10 to 14 for the Sixth Annual North Carolina Waterfowl Event.
 

VA: Guns Stolen from Spotsylvania Firearm Store During Burglary
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Deputies in Spotsylvania responded to High Velocity Arms Saturday for a reported commercial burglary. Responding Deputies learned that someone had smashed the front window of the business and gained entry inside the store. Deputies and detectives worked together to process the scene for evidence. It was discovered that shortly after 3:00 Saturday morning, three subjects entered through the smashed door and then began smashing the locked display cabinets.
 

TN: Reward Offered for Info in Burglary at Clarksville Gun Store
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in conjunction with the Clarksville Police Department and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction for those responsible for the theft of firearms from Double Tap Tactical.
 

TSA on Pace to Collect Record Number of Firearms
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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is on pace to collect a record number of firearms, confiscating nearly 4,000 firearms from travelers in 2017, surpassing a record set last year by nearly 15 percent. TSA publishes on its blog a weekly tally of weapons found. As of Christmas Eve, 3,888 firearms had been discovered on passengers at U.S. airport checkpoints for the year.
 

President Trump’s Top Six Pro-Gun Moments of 2017
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From the moment President Trump hit the campaign trial till now he has been a vocal supporter of the Second Amendment and a defender of the people’s right to keep and bear arms.
And despite open obstruction from swamp dwellers—Democrat and Republican alike—Trump has managed to secure real victories for pro-gun Americans during his first year in office.
 

HB2075 Would Protect, Expand Rights of Arizona Gun Owners
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A Prescott lawmaker is proposing changes in state law that would protect the right of Arizonans to keep their weapons no matter what a future Congress decides. But the attorney who crafted the legislation for Republican Rep. David Stringer said the changes still won't let Arizonans keep their "bump stocks' if the federal government declares those illegal.
 

First Gear: Vortex, Vortex And Vortex
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As the year winds down, a little retrospection is natural. In First Gear terms, it means we happened across a heretofore unrecognized pattern in an important class—optics. In a word, Vortex. Back in May, we tag-teamed a 1-6x24 Razor HD with a reissued IWI “Galil.” Results were, well, outstanding—an innovative, smooth-shooting update to an already great rifle, paired with a versatile, ultra-rugged optic. Recently, we migrated this optic to another 7.62x51 rifle, and worked it even harder.
 

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