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Confiscation of Registered Guns Begins in Illinois
Submitted by: Ted Vaughn

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Hate to say "I told you so!!"
 

Norway: Demand for more secure storage of Home Guard weapons
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The weapons of the Home Guard ought to be stored in central depots.

This is the opinion of the Labour Party and the Socialist Left, following the triple murder at Geilo over the weekend, when the murderer used his Home Guard AG-3.

While the other political parties want to maintain the present system, with the members of the Home Guard storing their guns at home, Labour wants the guns stored in central depots in each community.
 

Australia: Gun owners urged to secure firearms
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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POLICE have reminded gun owners to take necessary security precautions after a sizeable number of firearms were stolen from a Karawara house over the weekend.

Five 0.22 calibre rifles, all fitted with scopes, and three shotguns were stolen over a period of two days from a house in Jackson Road, Karawara.
 

Kemya: Sharp Rise in Killings by Police, Says Report
Submitted by: John Fansler

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Six out of every 10 Kenyans who are shot dead are victims of police, says a new report. But the statistic rises dramatically in 2001, when police shot dead nine out of every 10 victims.
 

South Africa: New gun laws still under fire
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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While animal rights groups like the SPCA have welcomed draft legislation aimed at controlling the spread of illegal weapons, hunters and recreational shooters are not completely happy with it.

Under the new Firearms Act, initiated by the departments of finance, safety and security and the police, licences are no longer needed for weapons under the 5.6mm or .22-inch calibre.
 

Korea: Police - next month voluntary reporting period for firearms
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"To ensure a safe 2002 World Cup," the National Police Agency (NPA) will introduce a one-month voluntary reporting period for owners of unregistered weapons, officials said yesterday.

Owners of illegal weapons can report them to police stations during February, either directly, through third parties, or by mail.

Police said civilians who make reports during the designated period will be exempt from punishment.
 

NRA to AGS -- Welcome to the Debate
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"From the beginning of the trip, AGS stated their agenda as wanting to close the ‘gun show loophole,’ and nothing else, and after the ‘loophole’ is closed AGS will no longer exist. ...[a]ll they did was alienate themselves from their stated policy positions of sensible gun ownership. It was apparent on the trip AGS clearly advocates gun registration and the eventual outlawing of all firearms."
 

OK, TX: Boxcar of munitions sent to peanut plant
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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McALESTER -- A boxcar loaded with military munitions bound for the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant wound up instead at a peanut plant in Texas.

[Tom] Steffen said the boxcar left Leland, N.C., for Savanna, OK, on Oct. 29. From there, it was supposed to go to the nearby ammunition plant. Instead, it was somehow marked as unloaded and sent Jan. 8 to the Golden Peanut plant in Comyn, Texas.
 

Sierra Leone: Weapons Burned
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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5th story on page

Entire story:

Sierra Leone's government declared an official end Friday to 10 years of war, setting alight 2,991 rifles and automatic weapons collected from former combatants in a bonfire outside the capital.
 

UK "Special Report": Gun Violence in America
Submitted by: John Isaacs

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A list of "Guardian Unlimited" links to American anti-gun editorial diatribes and newslinks, which mirror and reinforce the British loathing of self protection as well as promote fear, does not ring true with it's readers as reflected by the poll located at the bottom of the page. A truly revealing (and hilarious) expose of anti-gunner elitist hypocrisy.
 

Japan: Police free woman held hostage at TV station
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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Police freed a woman who was held hostage for nearly five hours at a television station in western Japan and arrested her knife-wielding captor Friday, the broadcaster and police said.
 

Bellesiles: Scholar under heavy fire for book on "gun culture"
Submitted by: Doug Huffman

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"When Emory University Professor Michael Bellesiles published a book about the history of guns in pre-Civil War America, he knew his conclusions might be unpopular."

Still his champions praise his work with faint damnation.

Link to Bellesiles' argument

~ The conspiracy of ignorance masquerades as common sense. ~
 

Fight hijackers with fists and feet, but not firearms, FAA says
Submitted by: Doug Huffman

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"Airline crews should fight hijackers with their fists and feet, assistance from passengers, and the aircraft itself -- but for now, not with guns, the Federal Aviation Administration says in new guidelines."

--This article and the FAA training material for LEO Flying Armed continue the argument that "explosive decompression" is a concern to only the gun-grabbers and the hysterical media.
 

Afghanistan: Warlords go after guns
Submitted by: Doug Huffman

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"Police officials said they confiscated eight guns from men who lacked permits. But the weapons would be returned if the men came to police headquarters with letters signed by legitimate military commanders, they said."

--It should be no challenge to anyone reading here to change a few place-names and dates and see a chilling view of our future. Here is the 911 v. 1911 debate in a nut-shell. Would you give up your AK in exchange for protection from this government?
 

CA: Judge overturns firing of LAPD Officer Accused by Perez
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has overturned the termination of an LAPD officer who was implicated in police misconduct by corrupt former Officer Rafael Perez, authorities said Friday.

Humberto Tovar, who was the first Los Angeles police officer fired as a result of Perez's allegations of widespread corruption, is expected to be reinstated within weeks, attorneys said.
 

MA, Boston: City gun suit moving to next phase
Submitted by: Culpepper Gadsen
Website: http://www.commspeed.net/bullseye/

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Boston's $100 million lawsuit against the gun industry this week became the first such case in the nation to emerge from the document discovery phase, setting the stage this fall for an unprecedented public examination of the US commercial firearms market.
 

Medal of Honor fails to impress airline security
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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Medal of Honor winner, ex-NRA chief, hassled by Airport Security:

Airline security personnel at Phoenix's international airport questioned a retired general and war hero about the Medal of Honor he was carrying before he boarded a flight to Washington, D.C. "They just didn't know what it was but they acted like I shouldn't be carrying it on," retired Marine Corps Gen. Joseph J. Foss of Scottsdale, Ariz., said yesterday in a telephone interview.
 

Hunting Humor: Fun With Guns
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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This is truly funny. :-)
 

Right to bear arms best defense against terrorists
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"The United States of America, despite the current president, is at the highest level of liberalism, militarism and just plain insanity.

The United State has become a police state. Regardless of the times and the circumstances, we should not have to live with violations of our liberties. We the people must not play into the hands of our enemy by means of abolishing our rights." -- TIMOTHY J. WORKMAN, Teen Columnist
 

TX: 'Sheetrock Scandal' Hits Dallas Police
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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Cases Dropped, Officers Probed After Cocaine 'Evidence' Turns Out to Be Fake:

Lab tests ordered by prosecutors at Barbare's request showed that the white substance allegedly seized from Vega by Dallas police was 25 kilograms of the chalk-like material used in Sheetrock and other brands of wallboard. Someone had ground it into powder and packaged it to resemble cocaine.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
The gun-control movement is driven by raw emotion. Facts are irrelevant. Logic is spurned. Utter nonsense is solemnly intoned. It's little wonder that our most emotive president has made gun control his signature domestic issue. — Don Feder

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