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Remington RM380 Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A couple of years ago, I made a tremendous mistake as an editor. I chose to run the then-new Remington R51 on the cover based on a review of a pre-production sample by a trusted writer. My thinking was: “Remington has been around for 200 years, and the company makes iconic rifles and shotguns that are awesome. Therefore, this new handgun—based on an 80-year-old design—must be good.
 

MI: Pit Bull Shot in Taylor; Police Say No Charges, Citing Self-Defense
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Police determined a man who shot a pit bull in Taylor on Sunday was acting in self-defense and will not face charges. Taylor police responded to a call late last week on the 22000 block of Mary Street. A 43-year-old man told police he was heading to his vehicle when two dogs approached him. He said one of the dogs charged toward him, growling and bearing its teeth. The man said he felt he didn't have enough time to retreat back into his home.
 

CA: North Long Beach Resident Shoots, Kills Alleged Burglar
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A north Long Beach resident apparently shot and killed a burglar early Monday in the first shooting death of the year. Long Beach police were called at 5:15 a.m. to the 200 block of East Artesia Boulevard on a report of a shooting, according to the Long Beach Police Department. The resident who was responsible for the shooting remained at the scene.
 

CA: Gun Sales Boom Before New Laws
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With new state laws targeting guns taking hold, the past couple weeks have been a boon for Peninsula weapon sellers serving locals fearing the repercussions of tighter restrictions. Two Burlingame gun sellers said they have enjoyed a significant sales bump over the second half of the year following California legislators passing laws aiming to make it more difficult to buy assault-style weapons and ammunition.
 

CA: Man Shot With Flare Gun During Fight
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Sausalito man was arrested Sunday on allegations he shot a man in the chest with a flare gun. Brian Raymond Hagan, 50, was booked into Marin County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily injury. His bail was set at $50,000. The incident occurred during a fight at about 2:45 p.m. at the coin-operated laundry in the 1900 block of Bridgeway, said Sausalito police Lt. Bill Fraass. Police allege that Hagan, who lives on a boat anchored in Richardson Bay, started fighting with the victim because of a dispute they had on the bay earlier in the day.
 

The First Steps are The Biggest- What You Discover in Your First Self-Defense Classes
Submitted by: rob morse
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You signed up for your first firearms class. That is awesome and you will certainly learn a lot. One class can't cover everything, and it is easy to get overwhelmed by all the new ideas. Your first class probably covers firearms safety.. and talks about much more.

Maybe you got a new gun for Christmas. Here is a review of what you’ll learn in your first class.. and what you might need to unlearn.
 

DE: Court Upholds Gun Ban in State Parks
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A Delaware Superior Court judge upheld a ban on carrying firearms in state parks and forests for purposes other than hunting. The challenge to the rule was brought by multiple plaintiffs, including the Bridgeville Rifle and Pistol Club – a 1,200 member organization in southern Delaware. In a civil complaint, they argued the administrative codes are "inconsistent with and pre-empted by" both state law and the state constitution.
 

Wolf Blitzer Blames Indiana for Chicago Gun Crime
Submitted by: David Williamson
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During the January 2 airing of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, Blitzer brought up Chicago’s near-800 homicides during 2016 and blamed the deaths on Indiana gun laws. Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA-49) was the guest, and Blitzer looked at him and said, “There were more people murdered this past year in Chicago than in New York, a larger city, and Los Angeles, a larger city, combined. Something is obviously very, very wrong in Chicago.”
 

IL: In Video Game About Chicago Violence, Players Win Through Empathy, Not Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Chicago's bloodshed has been well chronicled by journalists, musicians and filmmakers aiming to understand its perpetrators and victims. Now this mission has shifted to a new medium. A small North Side company is finishing a video game titled "We Are Chicago," in which players assume the character of a teenage boy in an unnamed city neighborhood. They guide him through his final week of high school as gang tensions and street violence threaten to upend his life.
 

Phish Fan Tried to Steal Cops' Guns Amid Times Square NYE Festivities
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Police say a Seattle man attempted to steal guns from officers in New York City’s Times Square amid New Year’s Eve festivities, reports the New York Daily News. A lawyer for 40-year-old Scott Zaleski told the paper Zaleski blacked out after attending a Phish concert at Madison Square Garden and doesn’t remember the incident.
 

IL: Gun Shop Owners Say Sales Dropped After Election
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Gun shop owners in Illinois believe their sales have gone down due to the outcome of the election. Roger Krahl estimates he’s now selling a tenth of the firearms he would have if Hillary Clinton won.
 

WA: Guns and Growlers of Wine- Pre-Filed Bills Highlight Legislative Goals
Submitted by: David Williamson
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State lawmakers have a lot of ideas about what they want to accomplish this year in Olympia. Cursive writing, growlers of wine, guns, and abortion are among the topics of pre-filed bills. One measure put forth by Republicans would re-ignite a debate about bathroom access: Can a public or private entity limit restroom access based on gender?
 

GA: Several Guns Stolen From Firefighters in Overnight Burglary
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Firefighters in Forsyth County ended their shift Monday morning to the disturbing realization that their personal vehicles had been broken into and their hand guns stolen. According to a Forsyth County Fire Chief, the burglaries happened sometime between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m., while emergency responders were either asleep or out on a call.
 

The Media’s Dishonest Reporting on Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If you ever have had any dealings with the Associated Press, you know it to be a placid, slow-moving bureaucracy. But it can spur itself into action, as when it revises its style book (the standard for newspaper editors) which it often does along ideological lines, e.g., barring the phrase “illegal immigrants” to describe illegal immigrants, or its recent insistence that services such as Uber and Lyft cannot be described as “ride-sharing” arrangements.
 

TX: Museum to Host Gun Show in February
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum in Greenville is hosting one of the largest gun shows in the area next month. Firearms fans and enthusiasts of military memorabilia and collectibles are likely to find what they are looking during the event, scheduled Feb. 11 at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center, 5501 U.S. Highway 69 South in Greenville.
 

Alien Gear Gun Belt : Review, Does Steel a Core Matter?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of the most overlooked aspect when carrying a firearm is your belt. Cheap belts from Walmart do not hold up with the added weight of a firearm. This added weight will cause your pants to sag. This is why there is a need for belts specifically made to carry firearms. Alien Gear has stepped up to the plate with their latest offering. They have produced the Alien Gear Gun Belts with a spring steel core. This prevents the belt from sagging like belts not built to carry firearms.
 

SD: Issues Record 30,029 Concealed-Carry Gun Permits in 2016
Submitted by: David Williamson
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According to one pro-gun group, South Dakota has more concealed-carry permits per capita than any state except Indiana, which is ahead by a whisker. Stanley and Hughes counties, in Fort Pierre and Pierre, each have a higher percentage of adults with the permits than the statewide average.
 

Smith & Wesson Holding Corp's Worst Business Segment in 2016
Submitted by: David Williamson
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You wouldn't know it by looking at Smith & Wesson Holding's (NASDAQ: SWHC) stock price chart, but 2016 has been an exceptionally good year for the gunmaker's business. Mostly because of burgeoning gun sales, revenues soared 68% over 2015, but the transformation into a diversified rugged outdoors company, as reflected by itschanging its name Opens a New Window. to American Outdoor Brands, has helped, as well.
 

WA: Man Celebrates New Year's by Firing Guns 175 Times
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A Pierce County Man Rang in The New Year by Firing 175 Rounds. The News Tribune reports that according to Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer, a 52-year-old man fired 175 rounds from his 12-gauge shotgun, 9mm handgun and .223-caliber AR-15-style rifle in his Spanaway yard.
 

MO: New Concealed Carry Measures Met with Mixed Reactions
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Missourians have mixed reactions as a new state law takes effect, making it legal to carry a concealed weapon without permits or training. The new law makes Missouri the 11th state to pass such a measure expanding gun rights. Kansas passed a similar law back in 2015.
 

KY: Neighbors Want Hunting Near Their Homes to Stop
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A group of neighbors near the Pennsylvania Run Golf Course at the southern edge of Jefferson County say for years a group of hunters have made them feel unsafe in their own homes. The hunters say they are just trying to keep the geese population at the golf course down.
 

First Impressions: Savage MSR Recon
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Savage enters the “black rifle” market with its MSR-15 and MSR-10. In all, the company releases four modern sporting rifles, three chambered in .223 Rem. and the fourth in .308 Win. Three MSR-15s include the Patrol, the Recon and the Long Range. The MSR Hunter, the big game-capable rifle in the bunch, is chambered in .308 Win. All rifles are built with mil-spec uppers and lowers; some use mil-spec trigger groups. But the most interesting aspect of this new bunch of rifles is the fact that Savage has leaned on sister company Blackhawk to outfit the guns with proprietary furniture.
 

Will Obama’s ‘Farewell Speech’ Tell Chicago ‘Good-bye?’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When Barack Obama comes to Chicago next week to deliver what is being billed as his “farewell speech,” he probably won’t be spending any time preparing his home there for his return.
 

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