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50-caliber maker says '60 Minutes' misleads
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"One day after Murfreesboro-based Barrett's Firearms Manufacturing was featured on CBS' '60 Minutes,' the company's owner said coverage went as expected but may provide a toehold for anti-gun activists to push legislation he believes violates the Second Amendment." ...

"Barrett is the designer and manufacturer of .50-caliber sniper rifles, an extremely powerful weapon he sells under contract to various militaries, law enforcement agencies, civilian collectors and gun enthusiasts. The Washington D.C.-based Violence Protection Center, however, hopes to extend the ban recently placed on civilian sales of the rifles in California to the rest of the nation."

"Tom Diaz of the Violence Protection Center, the main voice of opposition to the sale of Barrett's rifles to civilians, claims the specialty rifles, which combine high power with an effective range well of more than a mile, could be a serious threat to national security in the hands of a terrorist."

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For more on the lies VPC and its cohorts tell about these, and other weapons, see .50 CALIBER LIARS, which exposes "multiple untruths from the gun prohibitionists."
 

NRA Names New Federal and State Legislative Hunting Affairs Liaison
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"The National Rifle Association, the nation's oldest sportsmen's organization, has named Dawson R. Hobbs as Manager of Hunting Policy. Mr. Hobbs will serve as the principal liaison for all hunting-related legislative issues at both the congressional and state level."

"This is a new position within the NRA created to consolidate and strengthen American hunters' political power through a visible advocacy group that preserves the sport, expands seasons, opens lands and celebrates the culture of hunting. A vital part of this position will be to rein in the growing effort to marginalize rank and file hunters by reducing hunting opportunities and increasing hunting tariffs."
 

Howard Nemerov: Alexander Hamilton on Gun Control: The Federalist Papers
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"The militia, being regulated sufficiently to answer the call to arms in times of security threat, serves a second purpose as well: to protect against the threat of a power-hungry government using a standing army for its own ends."

"Hamilton delineates his vision not only of a free people bearing arms for the common defense, but also for the protection of liberty. It was intended by the framers of our Constitution that a free people be armed. Therefore, it follows that those who wish the people disarmed also wish them enslaved."
 

Justin Darr: Why Liberals Love Gun Control
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"It is quite obvious that there were many in early America who did not want slaves, or those sympathizing with their suffering, from having access to guns. Why? Well, it is pretty simple. If slaves had guns, then they would not have been slaves for much longer. Firearms would be used by slaves as a tool to overthrow their oppressors just as the American Colonists had done against the British and demand their full rights and dignity as citizens. The 'Uniform Militia Act of 1792' opened a door that was used by many states to pass follow up legislation that made it illegal not just for African-Americans to carry or own a gun, but to even use one unless under orders from their 'master.' From its inception, gun control was a vehicle to deny basic rights, prevent self defense, and oppress citizens."
 

An Exegetical Look at the Establishment Clause
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"This is a very far cry from how we see the first portion of the First Amendment interpreted today, so how did the First Amendment come to mean something entirely different? It would take volumes to explain the plethora of ways in which the courts have subverted the meaning of the First Amendment. I could go into a lengthy dissertation about how, beginning in 1925 with the Gitlow v. New York case, the Fourteenth Amendment has become inextricably tied to the First Amendment and gives the federal court jurisdiction over the states, municipalities and school boards, but if that was indeed the intention of the Fourteenth Amendment, why is it not also inextricably tied to the Second Amendment? Why are municipalities allowed to deny the right to keep and bear arms? In short because applying the Fourteenth Amendment to the Second Amendment does not fit the agenda of activist judges, thereby leaving a tendency of selective application of their own subverted ruling."
 

CCRKBA Says Maryland Report on Ballistic Imaging Shatters Gun Tracking Myths
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"A report by the Maryland State Police that recommends repeal of a law requiring collection of ballistic imaging information 'shatters one of the favorite myths of gun control extremists,' the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) said today."

"In its progress report on the Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS), the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division recommends that 'this program be suspended... So far, Maryland has spent $2.5 million over the past four years, with nothing to show for it. The report admitted, 'Guns found to be used in the commission of crime...are not the ones being entered into' the system."
 

VPC continues to dance knee-deep in the blood of victims
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"SKS assault rifles like the one reported by police to have been used in an ambush shooting on Sunday, January 9, to murder one police officer and critically wound another in Ceres, CA, are a primary threat to law enforcement, the Violence Policy Center (VPC) reported today. In 2004 at least six law enforcement officers were slain by SKSs. In the wake of the shooting, the VPC called on President George W. Bush to use the Administration's executive authority over firearm imports to ban the import of all foreign-made assault rifles. Such an action would not require Congressional approval. The Bush Administration has specifically authorized the importation of SKS assault rifles made in Albania and the former Yugoslavia."
 

IN: Man Shoots Mother-in-law, Injures Wife
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"Sarah told officers that Howe, her estranged husband, had broken into the residence, shot her mother, and then struggled with her. Danner said Sarah was injured after apparently being struck in the head by the firearm. Howe then fled." ...

"Howe was arrested and charged with one count each of attempted murder, battery with a deadly weapon, felony burglary, a serious violent felon in possession of a firearm and invasion of privacy. No bond was set." ...

"...the couple was in the middle of a divorce..."

"It had been an ongoing fight. She did have a restraining order against him, and there had been reports that he had been calling her and being around her..."
 

MA: Indictment in Mass. stabbing of Manhattan woman
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"A former New York bank executive has been indicted on a murder charge for allegedly stabbing a Manhattan businesswoman in her home on Nantucket island."

"Thomas Toolan, 37, is accused of stabbing Elizabeth Lochtefeld, 44, on Oct. 25, 2004, days after she tried to break off a romantic relationship with Toolan that began a month earlier." ...

"Nantucket Police Chief William Pittman said at the time that Lochtefeld visited the police station two days before her death and asked about getting a restraining order. She told police she was struggling with a 'New York problem.' "

"Lochtefeld didn't provide the name of the person she feared and she did not end up filing for the restraining order."
 

ME: Maine man makes initial court appearance in beating death of girlfriend
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"A martial arts expert due in court on Wednesday for a bail hearing in the beating death of his live-in girlfriend in the 12th floor hotel room they were sharing is blaming another man for the killing." ...

"Haraden shared a home with Witham, 35, in Rockport. According to police, he was charged with assaulting her in 2003, the same month he was convicted of assaulting a police officer in Rowley, Mass. He was later arrested six times for violating a restraining order that forbade contact with Witham while the domestic violence charge was pending."

"The charge was later dropped, but police were called to the couple's home two months later. Witham's jaw had been broken in two places. She told police she had fallen down the stairs."
 

CO: Officer kills armed woman
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"A distraught woman was shot to death by a Longmont police officer Monday after she reportedly threatened her landlady with a gun and fired it twice from her doorstep, authorities said."

" 'This lady walks and moves very, very slow, so I didn't know what all the commotion was about,' said neighbor Steve Holland. 'These guys are trained, and they are going to be proud of taking out an old lady with a shotgun? They could have distracted her. They could have used bean bags, netting or a Taser.' "

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Poster's note: Gee, Steve, if they'd used a Taser, you'd be whining about that being cruel and inhumane, too. In fact, how about we just send the cops home? Then no one would need to get hurt, right?
 

CO: Officer's file to remain closed in Taser incident
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"Carbondale’s municipal judge on Monday declined to make public the personnel file of a police officer accused by a motorist of unnecessarily using a stun gun during a traffic stop."

"Carbondale police officer Jose Muñoz pulled over Steven Horn in early August after Horn allegedly ran a stop sign while helping with preparations for the town-sponsored Blues, Brews and Barbecue party on Main Street."

"According to Muñoz, Horn jumped from his pickup and started yelling at Muñoz and was approaching the officer’s squad car threateningly. Muñoz said he used his Taser stun gun out of fear for his own safety."
 

FL: Miami-Dade Grand Jury Proposes Expanded Use Of Tasers
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"A Miami-Dade grand jury 'strongly' recommended expanded use of Tasers by police as an effective alternative to the use of guns in crisis situations and in spite of reports about deaths of stun-gun targets."

" 'We believe Tasers save lives,' the grand jury said in a final report focusing on the handling of mentally ill people in the criminal justice system. 'We are not hesitant to make this recommendation.' " ...

"The grand jury did not study the use of Tasers on children, even after recent reports of stun-gun use on children ages 6, 12 and 16. But the panel cited an Aventura police policy against use on pregnant women and children under 12 as a way of protecting vulnerable targets."
 

GA: Fired Deputies to Return to Work
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"Flanked by his legal team, embattled Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill said Tuesday he will give 27 fired deputies their pay and benefits but not necessarily their jobs."

"Hill, who fired the deputies on his first day in office on Jan. 3 as part of a reorganization of the department, defended his actions as not only legal but correct. But a Clayton County Superior Court judge ruled he must reactivate the deputies." ...

"When the deputies were fired, they were summoned to the county jail, stripped of their guns and badges and handed photocopied letters of dismissal. Sheriff's Department snipers stood guard on the roof of the jail as the workers were escorted out."
 

FL: Group Calls for Citizen’s Review Board to Monitor Police
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"A group of Jacksonville civic leaders will take their case to City Hall Tuesday night, calling for the formation of a Citizen’s Review Committee that would monitor police activity." ...

"A board of citizens that would monitor police represents a new idea for the River City. ..."

"For the past two years, the Miami Police Department has had a thirteen member Citizen’s Investigative Panel watching over it. The panel performs such functions as looking into police misconduct situations, and while they may not assign discipline, they do make recommendations."

"The total cost to have this panel for the taxpayers of Miami is just over $1 million per year."
 

What's new in pistols and revolvers
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"Perhaps the best news in handguns for 2005 is that we are no longer burdened with the magazine-capacity limitations of the so-called assault weapons ban. Some companies, Springfield for example, began shipping new double-stack handguns with high-capacity magazines the very day after the ban expired. These magazines are now legal for citizens to own in most states. ...Along with new double-stack handguns, perhaps the most exciting news in handguns is geared more toward Cowboy Action shooters and hunters."
 

MN: Civil rights suit against St. Paul officer will proceed
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"An appeals court ruled that a St. Paul police officer should a face federal civil rights suit for the shooting of a good samaritan three years ago."

"Ofc. Michael Lee is also facing police brutality allegations made by an 85-year-old man who said the police officer beat him during a traffic stop."
 

Australia: Police guns worry
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"VICTORIA Police officers are using revolvers more than 40 years old, and there are claims that one in every five does not work properly."

"A leaked internal police report shows essential maintenance on some ageing revolvers takes up to 10 times as long as normal."

"This has caused backlogs: weapons are being serviced up to eight months later than they should be."

"Police sources have told the Herald Sun that one in every five guns brought in for maintenance does not work to the manufacturer's standards."

"Victoria and South Australia are the only two jurisdictions not to have replaced revolvers with semi-automatic pistols, but SA has begun a trial."
 

Australia: Police warning on illegal weapons
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"THOUSANDS of Tasmanians are breaking the law by owning crossbows without written permission from the Police Commissioner."

"New legislation that came into force at the start of this year makes it illegal to use, carry or possess a crossbow unless authorised to do so by Commissioner Richard McCreadie."

"But Tasmania Police has received only 33 applications for crossbow authorisation, of which only one has been granted so far."

"Two others have been rejected and the rest are yet to be finalised."

"However, crossbow dealers estimate several thousand Tasmanians may own crossbows."
 

South Africa: Guns group blasts govt for 'pushing' amnesty period
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"The South African Gun Owners' Association (Saga) has condemned the government for pushing through the amnesty period prematurely and without proper planning. The three-month amnesty period, which began on New Year's Day, allows unlicensed gun owners to hand in firearms without penalty."

"The legislation also stipulates that all licence owners must re-apply for licences, and enforces a compulsory proficiency certificate, which costs R550. Martin Hood, Saga's spokesperson, says 50% of dealers registered with them have closed down, because of the harsh conditions being enforced. Hood says they are still willing to continue talks with the government."
 

NJ: Ex-councilman avoids trial for shooting squirrel
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"A former councilman's trial in the shooting death of a squirrel was overshadowed Friday by what a prosecutor said was a violation of human legal rights."

"Charges that former Oradell Councilman Charles May "needlessly killed a squirrel by shooting it" were dropped Friday after Prosecutor Andrew Samson said May was not read his rights when questioned in April by officers from the state Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."

"The Miranda issue rendered the 64-year-old's alleged confession inadmissible, Samson said. As a result, the state did not have sufficient evidence to pursue its case."
 

NJ: Dismissal of squirrel case angers state SPCA
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"The dismissal of squirrel-shooting charges against a former Oradell councilman has angered state SPCA officials, who are quarreling with the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office over which agency should enforce animal cruelty laws in the county."

"Officials with the state Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals filed a complaint with state Attorney General Peter C. Harvey alleging 'prosecutorial indiscretion' regarding the handling of two summonses against former Republican Councilman Charles May for 'needlessly killing a squirrel.' "

" 'Once again, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli has used the powers of his office to interfere with the enforcement of animal cruelty laws in the county of Bergen,' SPCA President Stuart Rhodes said in a news release issued several hours after animal cruelty charges against May were dropped Friday."
 

TN: Increased gun crime prosecution gets results
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"For the second straight year, the number of violent crimes committed with firearms in the city of Memphis and unincorporated Shelby County has decreased."

"Especially encouraging is the significant drop in the number of homicides committed with firearms in Memphis and Shelby County. In 2004 the number of gun-related homicides fell to 88 from 102 in 2003 and from 120 in 2002—a 26.7 percent decrease within a two year period."

"The total number of crimes committed with firearms decreased 8.6 percent in 2004 from the previous year and decreased almost 12 percent compared to 2002."
 

TX: Concealed Weapons Licenses Good In Colorado
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Texans who have a permit to carry a concealed weapon now can legally carry those weapons in Colorado.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry signed a reciprocity agreement with Colorado that allows licensed gun-owners from Texas to legally carry their weapons in the Centennial State.

Colorado residents who have concealed firearms licenses in their home state also can legally carry those weapons in Texas.

Texas now has similar reciprocity agreements with 16 states, including Arkansas, Arizona, Kentucky and Wyoming.
 

AL: City ponders gun awards at retirement
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"When an officer of the law retires, should he be granted his gun, holster and belt as a keepsake?"

"Members of the Athens City Council pondered that question at length during a Monday work session before instructing a city attorney to research the matter before the council's next meeting."

"Black told councilmen that while Alabama law includes a provision for state law officers to receive their guns and holsters upon retirement, no such statute exists for municipalities. Presentation of these items to retiring officers is common practice in most areas, Mayor Dan Williams said. Still, the city must implement an official policy for making such presentation, he said."
 

MS: Crime-fighting heroes come in many forms
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"A liquor store owner pulls a gun on criminals. A convenience store clerk chases down another criminal."

"Citizen involvement is wonderful, but some residents are asking, 'Where are the cops?' "

"A couple of years ago, Tom Cruise starred in an interesting movie called 'The Minority Report.' Cruise played a law enforcement official who had the technology to be warned wherever a violent crime was about to be committed."

"Such a tool is not available, and, until one is, it's going to be difficult for police to catch criminals red-handed."

"Simply put, if police are around, criminals don't strike. They strike only when police aren't visible."
 

UK: Arming police could cause more problems
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"GUN-TOTING police officers will not help the fight against crime or prevent terror attacks."

"We asked you whether you thought police in Wales should be allowed to carry firearms as a matter of routine."

"And 69 per cent of you believe such a move would cause more problems than it would solve, despite the growing threat of global terrorism."
 

WI: Police Begin Fingerprinting on Traffic Stops
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"If you're ticketed by Green Bay police, you'll get more than a fine. You'll get fingerprinted, too. It's a new way police are cracking down on crime."

"If you're caught speeding or playing your music too loud, or other crimes for which you might receive a citation, Green Bay police officers will ask for your drivers license and your finger. You'll be fingerprinted right there on the spot. The fingerprint appears right next to the amount of the fine."

"Police say it's meant to protect you -- in case the person they're citing isn't who they claim to be. But not everyone is sold on that explanation."
 

TX: Robbery suspect found dead after gunbattle
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"A woman who lives on Darlinghurst near Fleetwell told police she saw four armed, masked men breaking into a nearby vacant home about 11 p.m. Monday, and called her son to come to her house."

"When he arrived, police said he retrieved a gun from his mother's house and the two went outside to check on the suspected burglars but suddenly found themselves confronted by the group."

"Police said the woman was grabbed by one of the armed men and held briefly. When she struggled free, her son exchanged gunfire with the men as they ran away, police said."

"Police called to investigate the incident began a search of the area and, about 1 a.m., the body of a gunshot victim was found in the back yard of a home five houses from where the skirmish took place."
 

TN: Court orders judge to sentence elderly man for selling guns
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"A federal appellate court has ordered another federal judge to jail an elderly flea market gun dealer. It's the third just order in seven months."

"The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati Monday said District Judge Tom Varlan was wrong for refusing to send a 71-year-old retired steelworker to jail for illegally selling guns to undercover federal agents at flea markets."

"Olen Allman was one of 23 gun dealers, who authorities called 'the geriatrics,' arrested during a federal sting operation in 2002 in Tennessee for selling the guns without a proper license. Allman also was accused of putting guns in the hands of convicted felons hired by law enforcement officers."
 

UK: Man shot after gang robbery
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"Four black men robbed a 25-year-old man as he returned to his car from a flat in Pagnell Street, New Cross, at about 6.45pm on Sunday."

"The gang stole more cash from the flat before driving the victim, against his will, to Roundtable Road, Downham, where they tried to rob another black man."

"The second victim, 46, resisted and was shot in the neck, before the suspects escaped in three cars in various directions."

"The wounded man was rushed to Lewisham Hospital where he was in a stable condition on Monday afternoon."
 

UK: Raid accused tells of his arrest shock
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"A Telford DJ accused of holding up a post office at gun point and attempting to rob another has told a jury how he was "scared to death" after being arrested by armed police."

"Rastafarian Paulo Antonio, who is Portuguese, said he could not believe what was happening when he was arrested in the car park of Tesco in Telford for allegedly carrying out the raids at Horsehay and Admaston post offices."

"Antonio, who lives with his partner Amanda Brown in Windsor Road, Arleston, denies robbing Horsehay Post Office of more than £1,300 on October 14, 2003 and attempting to rob Admaston Post Office two days later. He also denies two offences of possessing an imitation firearm with intent to commit robbery."
 

South Africa: Gun control and licensing are apparently worthless
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A domestic dispute in Nquzuma, north of Durban has left two small children and their father dead, and a mother in critical condition, police said on Tuesday.

Inspector Michael Read said that during an argument on Monday night the man took out a licensed firearm and shot his girlfriend once in the head. She was admitted to a local hospital.

The man then shot his son (5) and daughter (4) in the head. They both died at the scene.

He then turned the gun on himself and shot himself in the head, also dying at the scene.
 

NY: Sportsmen’s federation funding leads to legislative shooting match
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"A $7,000 line in the 2005 Ulster County budget, for the Federated Sportsmen’s Clubs of Ulster County, provoked outrage among animal lovers because of their perception that the money was funding the raising of pheasants for 'canned' hunts."

"Citizens on both sides of the issue packed the legislative chambers for some vocal public input, including a suggestion that the critics’ agenda is driven by a United Nations plot to end all hunting turn America into a vegetarian society."

"Democrat Legislator Brian Shapiro thought he had a compromise that would have left the funding intact, but restricted use of the $7,000 to other programs, including trout stocking and youth activities."
 

UK: Gun gang in jewel raid
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"Raiders escaped with a £250,000 diamond necklace after threatening staff at a London jeweller's with a machine gun."

"The three men, smartly dressed in overcoats and trilbys, struck at Hirsh jewellers in Burlington Arcade, W1."

"One posed as a customer interested in buying the necklace. As it was being shown to him, a second man appeared in the doorway and the "customer" tried to grab the 63-diamond piece."
 

NY: Corrupt agent betrayed public trust, prosecutor says in closing argument
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"A corrupt FBI agent betrayed the public by feeding confidential information to inside traders who used it to manipulate penny stocks, a federal prosecutor said Tuesday."

"Jeffrey Royer said he gave government files to San Diego stock picker Anthony Elgindy because he wanted Elgindy's help probing fraudulent firms, the prosecutor said in his closing argument."

"In fact, argued Assistant U.S. Attorney Seth Levine, Royer thought the trader and his associates would help him pay off tens of thousands of dollars in personal debt."

"Royer and Elgindy are on trial in Brooklyn federal court on charges of racketeering and stock fraud."
 

UK: Guns seized in city-centre raid
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"Police have seized 30 guns in a raid in Coventry city centre."

"The haul included rifles, shotguns, handguns and ammunition, all discovered at an address in Queen Victoria Road."

"About 20 officers were involved in the operation at about 4pm on Sunday."

"Specialist firearms officers and search teams were on site and they recovered 30 weapons and a large amount of ammunition."
 

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