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OR: Man Stabs Pit Bull in Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Deputies say a man stabbed an "aggressive" pit bull in self-defense, after it confronted him while he was walking his dogs. Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a report of a male attacking a dog in the 400 block of N 10th Ave. in Cornelius Saturday morning.
 

FL: Tamarac Man Shoots and Kills Car Burglar, Sheriff Says
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A car burglary suspect is dead and Broward Sheriff’s detectives say they are investigating whether the Tamarac resident who shot him will face charges or whether this was a case of self-defense. “The state attorney’s office will ultimately determine whether charges should be filed,” sheriff’s spokeswoman Keyla Concepcion said at the shooting scene Saturday morning.
 

Gun Rights Advocates Complain Pennsylvania Opioid Crisis Will Take Away Their Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When one governor signed an opioid crisis declaration this week, gun rights advocates were quick to push back, saying it might affect their Second Amendment rights. In response to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s declaration of a “disaster” in the wake of the opioid crisis, State Senator Scott Wagner, who will be running against Wolf for his seat in November, fired back.
 

TN: Bill Would Create Second Amendment Sanctuary
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A bill pending in the Tennessee State House of Representatives would forbid funds from the state being used to enforce federal restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms. Proposed as an amendment to current state law, the legislation (House Bill 1407) “prohibits the expenditure of state or local funds or employees to implement, regulate, or enforce any federal law or executive order regulating the ownership or possession of firearms or firearm ammunition regardless of whether the expenditure of funds or use of employees would violate a state law or the state constitution.”
 

NY: Rain, Snow Cannot Stop the Spa City Gun Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The poor weather caused a slow start for the Saratoga Springs Arms Fair. “The weather has impacted [the event,]” organizer David Petronis said Saturday. “... It definitely did shrink the show.”.
 

PA: Nescopeck Gun Show Draws Large Crowd
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An annual hunting and rifle gun show brought close to 1,000 gun enthusiasts of all ages out to the Nescopeck Municipal Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday for a chance to buy guns and other equipment and to enjoy time spent with other sportsmen. Bob Hettinger, president of the Nescopeck Hunting and Rifle Club, sponsor of the two-day show, was on hand to not only direct attendees, but to provide a historical backdrop of the event and the club.
 

WA: Gun Rights Activists Call for a Halt to Five Firearm Bills
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About 100 gun rights supporters rallied on the steps of the Capitol building in Olympia on Friday, Jan. 12. Most held signs and many carried pistols, rifles or knives. “This is the safest day to be at the capitol,” Senator Phil Fortunato, R-Enumclaw said. A long list of speakers, mostly Republican, voiced opposition to legislation they say would limit or eliminate their rights to bear arms. They called on lawmakers from both sides of the aisle to halt gun regulation bills.
 

WA: Everett Bar Employee Fatally Shoots Customer Who Shot Another Patron Outside
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An Everett-area bar employee early Saturday shot and killed a customer who had gotten into a fight at the bar then opened fire in the parking lot, injuring a patron, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office. The shooting occurred around 2 a.m. at O’Finnigan’s Pub in the 13600 block of Highway 99, just south of Everett, which reopened Saturday afternoon.
 

TX: Texas Tech Student Goes Viral After 'Guns Up' Salute Draws TSA Attention
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A Texas Tech student's school spirit got her in a bit of trouble. Diana Durkin, a 19-year-old from Houston, is a sophomore at Texas Tech with a lot of Red Raider pride. So much, in fact, that when she saw someone in the airport security line wearing a Tech sweatshirt, she made the "guns up" salute with her hand as a show of solidarity, she told the Houston Chronicle.
 

FBI Knew Las Vegas Mass Shooter Kept Gun Stashes, Records Show
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FBI agents knew the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history left behind big caches of guns, ammunition and explosives when they sought warrants to search his properties and online accounts, according to court documents released Friday. However, new questions were raised after a U.S. judge in Nevada unsealed the documents revealing some of what federal agents had learned about shooter Stephen Paddock in the week after the Las Vegas attack.
 

Damascus Ladder Deluxe – Cabot Guns Continual Refinement In Damascus 1911’s
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Looking for something unique? Back in 2013, Cabot introduced a gun we simply called “The Damascus” and it turned heads. Well, we've continued to push the envelope and if you appreciate quality 1911's we have something special again.
 

CO: Colorado Shooting Sports Owner Plans to Open Greeley Area’s First Shooting Range and Event Center This Year
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The Greeley area may get its first shooting range by the end of this year, especially if things go Anthony Navarro's way. Navarro, owner of Colorado Shooting Sports, 2435 8th Ave., plans to open The Aimory, a 21,000-square-foot, two-story shooting range and events center, before Christmas.
 

Gun Foes Should Be Careful What They Wish For on Concealed Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Pennsylvania woman was arrested in 2013 when she told police on the Atlantic City Expressway that she was carrying a gun and had a permit to do so. That made her concealed carrying of a weapon legal in her home state, but not in New Jersey with its stricter gun controls. She faced up to five years in prison. The mother of two spent 48 days in jail and a zealous Atlantic County prosecutor denied her pretrial intervention for nearly a year — even as many other tourists visiting New Jersey routinely are allowed that to avoid prosecution for inadvertently violating the state’s Graves Act.
 

The Real Reason Democrats are Throwing Such a Fit About 'S-Hole Countries'
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The most recent attack on the president is designed to throw him off balance during the debate on immigration. Senator Durbin, doing his best Claude Rains imitation, stated, "I cannot believe that, in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday." Durbin was responding to Trump's alleged comment that Haiti, El Salvador, and certain African countries are "s---holes." Many of the reports omit mention of El Salvador because it does not fit the anti-black allegations.
 

SD: Programs Target New Women Hunters
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Through the offering of two hunter’s education courses open only to women on Feb. 12 in Bismarck and Feb. 13 in Beulah, the North Dakota Game & Fish Department (NDG&F) is looking to a growing demographic of new participants to help carry on the state’s rich hunting traditions.
 

WY: State To Look at Changing Rules in Hunting Technology Including Crossbows, Trail Cameras and Smart Rifles
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To a non-hunter, the difference between a crossbow and compound bow may seem nuanced. They both shoot arrows. They’re both called bows. But to those who favor one over the other, those nuances are profound. Crossbows hold an arrow back in the ready position, complete with a safety, scope and trigger. Compound bows – which resemble a higher-tech version of what early humans hunted with – require a hunter to pull a string back and hold it there until letting go. Compound bows are effective for the average hunter until about 40 to 50 yards. New crossbows tout accuracy up to 100.
 

MN: One Dead in Shooting Following Car Crash
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A 17-year-old Rochester man was shot and killed Sunday morning at a Northeast Rochester intersection after a two-vehicle crash led to a confrontation between two drivers, Rochester police say. Police say Muhammed Rahim did not have a pulse when he was transported by ambulance to Mayo Clinic Hospital - Saint Marys Campus. He was declared dead upon arrival.
 

IL: How Governor Candidates Would Address Gun Violence
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Even as the homicide rate has dropped in Chicago, violence remains one of the city's top problems, and concerns also are heightened in other communities across Illinois. The Associated Press asked the candidates for Illinois governor a series of questions about how they'd address the issue. Six Democrats are seeking their party's nomination on March 20: state Sen. Daniel Biss, businessman Chris Kennedy, billionaire J.B. Pritzker, regional schools superintendent Bob Daiber, activist Tio Hardiman and physician Robert Marshall.
 

My Guns or My Ganja? Firearm-Owning Pot Fans Face a Choice
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The federal government says grass and guns don't mix, and that is putting gun owners who use marijuana — and the strongly pro-gun-rights administration of President Donald Trump — in a potentially uncomfortable position. As gun-loving Pennsylvania becomes the latest state to operate a medical marijuana program, with the first dispensary on track to begin sales next month, authorities are warning patients that federal law bars marijuana users from having guns or ammunition.
 

OH: Fremont Fifth Grader Takes 10-Point Deer With Crossbow
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Ten-year-old Jace Lee, a fifth grader at Lutz Elementary School, killed a 10-point buck this hunting season with a crossbow. Jace comes from a family of hunters and has killed squirrels with shotguns before, but this was the first time he bagged a deer and his first time hunting with a crossbow.
 

Julie Golob Writes Gun Safety Book for Children
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Competitive shooter Julie Golob has released a new book that draws on some of the messaging from the Eddie Eagle GunSafe program in providing a short book to teach young children about gun safety. The book is called “Toys, Tools, Guns & Rules,” and Golob, in a YouTube video, explains that she was inspired by her own situation of having two young children in her home. Having grown up in a gun-owning family, and continuing that tradition in her own home, Golob wrote the book as a simple way to get the message to children that guns are tools and one needs to be safe around them.
 

Hit-and-miss Kind of Duck Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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What are your feelings about the current duck season? How has it been for you? There’s one week left in the season for the Coastal and West zones (closes Jan. 21) and two for the East Zone (closes Jan. 28).
 

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I have seen an American general and his officers, without pay, and almost without clothes, living on roots and drinking water; and all for LIBERTY! What chance have we against such men! -- young British officer to Colonel Watson describing the American militia rebels in Georgetown, SC [Source: 'Marion, The Life of Gen. Francis Marion' by M. L. Weems, Ch.18]

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