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The anti-gun male
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"LET'S be honest. He's scared of the thing. That's understandable--so am I. But as a girl I have the luxury of being able to admit it. I don't have to masquerade squeamishness as grand principle-in the interest of mankind, no less."

"A man does. He has to say things like 'One Taniqua Hall is one too many,' as a New York radio talk show host did in referring to the 9-year old New York girl who was accidentally shot last year by her 12-year old cousin playing with his uncle's gun. But the truth is he desperately needs Taniqua Hall, just like he needs as many Columbines and Santees as can be mustered, until they spell an end to the Second Amendment. And not for the benefit of the masses, but for the benefit of his self-esteem." ...
 

First Amendment First No More
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Bill of Rights was appended to the Constitution almost from the beginning to protect what our Founding Fathers termed to be 'unalienable rights.' The intent was to preserve those rights for the individual no matter what the government or the majority of its citizens might think. In references to the 'tyranny of the majority,' the first ten amendments made a good deal of sense."

"There are some among the Bill of Rights that enjoy less popularity than others. The Second Amendment, for example, is under consistent attack. So are the Fourth and Fifth Amendments castigated when bad guys go free because the good guys violated one or both, or when we determine that expedience in catching the bad guys outweighs civil liberties. ..." ...
 

U.S. Brings Back the .45
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After two decades of use, the U.S. Department of Defense is getting rid of its Beretta M9 9mm pistol, and going back to the 11.4mm (.45 caliber) weapon. There have been constant complaints about the lesser (compared to the .45) hitting power of the 9mm. And in the last few years, SOCOM (Special Operations Command) and the marines have officially adopted .45 caliber pistols as 'official alternatives' to the M9 Beretta. But now SOCOM has been given the task of finding a design that will be suitable as the JCP (Joint Combat Pistol). Various designs are being evaluated, but all must be .45 caliber and have an eight round magazine (at least), and high capacity mags holding up to 15. The new .45 will also ... be able to take a silencer ..." ...
 

Competition hurts U.S. gun makers
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"Though disheartening, the news that U.S. Repeating Arms plans to close its flagship New Haven factory did not surprise many in the firearms industry. In recent years, several high-profile firearms manufacturers have gone out of business, and more will surely follow, said Steve Prindle, president of Silver City Sporting Arms in West Haven." ...
 

Winchester's demise saddens rifle fans, history buffs
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"When I was a teenager living in northern Minnesota, my father took me down to the Coast to Coast hardware store and bought me a Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle. A gun cabinet hung from the wall in my bedroom, and the .30-.30 rifle was placed there, without lock and key, for me to admire and hold whenever I wanted."

"This, of course, was a different era, when a 13-year-old knew that mishandling a rifle could lead to serious ramifications."

"It was also an era when guns and cars were made in America, and no one imagined that the Winchester rifle — the icon of the American West, the trusty firearm in John Wayne's scabbard — would ever be made in, say, Portugal or Japan."

"For Winchester rifles, that era ended earlier this month." ...
 

Gun Review: The Kimber Model 84M SVT
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Kimber Model 84M SVT (Short Varmint Target) is what’s known as a 'pickup gun,' a short, handy rifle that you can carry day in and day out to shoot whatever you think deserves a bullet. It is, to steal Thomas Hobbes’ phrase, 'nasty, brutish, and short'—a pronounced case of form following function. It is also the most schizophrenic rifle I can remember shooting. When fed ammunition it didn’t like—which was anything with bullets that weighed 55 grains—it shot groups of five that averaged 2.105 inches. ..."

"With ammunition it did like, which was anything that used bullets of 50 to 52 grains, it shot .500 inch on the average , and with some handloads that it really liked, it achieved .324-inch groups..." ...
 

TX: Homeowner shoots, kills intruder
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"A 26-year-old Texas City man was shot and killed late Friday night after he apparently mistook someone else’s home for his own."

"Texas City police Sgt. Brian Goetchius said David Wayne Stewart was shot after he kicked in the door of a home ... around 11:30 p.m. Friday."

"Police said they believe Stewart ... was intoxicated and was trying to get into the wrong house.

"Stewart’s own home is just blocks away, police said."

"Texas City police received a call from a woman saying her husband had just shot someone trying to break into their home. When police arrived, they found Stewart lying inside the front doorway." ...

"While an investigation is ongoing, it is unlikely the homeowner will face any criminal charges." ...
 

AK: Jury acquits Kasilof woman in boyfriend's shooting death
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"A Kenai jury acquitted a woman in the shooting death of her boyfriend."

"The jury found Betsy Hester not guilty of murder in the death of John Clark, killed in 2003 at the mobile home the couple shared in Kasilof."

"Hester, 53, was charged with one count of second-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend on Oct. 4, 2003. The Superior Court jury took little time to reach its verdict."

"'This should never have come to trial,' said defense attorney Jim McComas. 'It's a crock and the jury told you that in two hours.'"

"The defense argued that Hester had legitimate reason to believe she was in danger of suffering serious injury or death if she did not defend herself from Clark's attacks." ...
 

TX: One Killed After 'Running Gun Battle'
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"A gun battle on the city's northeast side early Saturday claimed the life of a man, police said."

"The feud allegedly started at a local restaurant and continued when the groups got into their vehicles and drove off." ...

"The victim was at the Ihop restaurant on Walzen Street and Interstate 35, where there was an argument with a female customer, said police."

"Witnesses said the woman fired one shot at a vehicle, but she said it was self-defense."

"'It appears that her story at least adds up for now,' said Rios. 'We identified her and we released her.'" ...
 

WI: State gun-rights debate gets louder as concealed carry nears passage
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"With the state Assembly on target to attempt a veto override Tuesday on the concealed-weapons bill, proponents are making a strong push to make Wisconsin the 47th state to allow some form of gun-carrying legislation."

"The push was felt at the state Capitol on Thursday when the Senate voted 23-10 to override Gov. Jim Doyle's veto of the bill, which would allow residents who have undergone firearms training to carry concealed weapons ..."

"The pressure was felt again on Thursday when the National Rifle Association launched a counter-attack against a report by the staff of state Assembly Assistant Minority Leader Jon Richards, D-Milwaukee, titled, 'Not Welcome in Wisconsin: An Analysis of Concealed Carry Legislation.'" ...
 

VA: Shot won't trigger gun ban
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"Senior lawmakers said yesterday they doubt a policy that allows citizens to bring legally permitted firearms into the state Capitol and General Assembly Building will change despite a lawmaker accidentally firing a pistol in his office."

"The .380-caliber pistol of Del. John S. Reid, R-Henrico, accidentally discharged in his seventh-floor office in the General Assembly Building on Thursday morning as he was trying to unload it."

"The hand-size Kel-Tec gun fired into a bulletproof vest that was hanging inside his office door, which was closed." ...
 

VA: The delegate, the gun, the office
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... "I went upstairs and through the door with my name: Del. John S. Reid. The day would start soon. I sat down and reached inside my front coat pocket. The Kel-Tec P-3AT. The public wants you to take care of business, but they don't want to know how you do it. Semi-automatic, locked breech pistol. The lightest .380 auto ever made. End of story."

"I took her from the case and began to push the button to release the magazine. That's when the gun went off, sending a bullet across the room faster than a Hooter's waitress who sees a big tipper walk in."

"It could have been forever. I had time to regret what I'd done a thousand times before the public even knew I'd done it, like Affleck and J-Lo before 'Gigli' came out." ...
 

VA: Gunfire in Virginia Capitol Offices Leads to Swift Action: Advancing Gun Lobby's Pet Legislation (BCPGV)
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"A gun goes off in a legislator's office. The bullet, by the grace of God, hits a bulletproof vest hanging nearby instead of a staff member, secretary or visiting constituent. The accident occurs several days after an eight-year-old boy shoots a seven-year-old girl in a day care center elsewhere in the Mid-Atlantic region."

"So what does the Virginia Legislature do? It swiftly moves through the process two of the gun lobby's priority bills for the legislative session, including a bill that would prohibit local jurisdictions from imposing stricter limits than the state on where a person can fire a gun." ...
 

WI: Democrats holding key on gun bill
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"The state Senate Thursday overrode Gov. Jim Doyle's veto of a bill that would let Wisconsin residents pack pistols, clubs and knives in their pockets."

"The fate of the state's 133-year-old ban on concealed weapons now rests with the state Assembly, which plans its own override try on Tuesday. The vote likely will hinge on six Assembly Democrats who broke party lines and voted with Republicans to pass the bill in December." ...

"But Gronemus, Vruwink and Schneider all have said they plan to vote to override."

"That means it all could come down to Van Akkeren, Hubler and Steinbrink." ...
 

UT: Real-life drama ends in a shootout
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... "A Lehi police officer, [Art Henderson] worked on the SWAT team, taught a self-defense class for women and instructed his fellow officers on when it was appropriate to use force." ...

"Finally, on the streets he once patrolled as a peace officer, Art Henderson snapped Friday morning."

"After crashing his pickup truck into a car driven by his estranged wife, Henderson shot and wounded her boyfriend, Craig Trimble, who was in the passenger seat. He then fired at police officers - his former colleagues - who fired back, striking him in his left knee and foot."

"Henderson is expected to live but likely will face three counts of attempted aggravated murder, charges that could land him in prison for five years to life." ...
 

NY: Off-Duty NYPD Officer Mistakenly Shot
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"In a tragic case of mistaken identity, police shot and critically wounded an off-duty officer as he pointed a gun at a suspect outside a fast food restaurant early Saturday, authorities said." ...

"A woman called 911 from White Castle, and Hernandez — with his gun drawn — ran into the parking lot after his assailants, Bloomberg said."

"He apparently subdued one of the suspects, and when a patrol car arrived, was pointing his gun at a man on the ground."

"One of the two officers in the car, apparently believing Hernandez was about to shoot, opened fire, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said." ...
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KABA Note: An as long as only BGs have guns in NYC, cops will treat everyone with a gun as a BG.
 

TX: Soldier convicted of smuggling, dealing cocaine
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"Staff Sgt. Daniel Rosas was found guilty Thursday of smuggling and selling almost 200 pounds of cocaine, thousands of dollars in cash and at least three pistols between the U.S. and Colombia."

"Rosas, 23, had been accused by prosecutors of being the mastermind behind a complex, two-year drug smuggling conspiracy."

"Rosas is a cryptologic linguist with the 204th Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Bliss who frequently deployed to Colombia to help fight the war on drugs."

"The verdict, handed down by hearing officer Lt. Col. Jeffery Nance, followed two days of testimony from two of the three convicted co-conspirators, federal and military investigators and Rosas’ former commanders." ...
 

CO: Report: Former Police Intelligence Head Misled Police Chief, Officials
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"A former head of the Denver Police Department's intelligence bureau misled Chief Gerry Whitman and top city administrators into believing officers were complying with federal guidelines when spying on protesters, according to documents released Friday."

"The documents also indicated that Police Department officials knew as early as May 1998 that such spying was a legal liability."

"Hundreds of pages of documents and depositions were released Friday ... relating to more than a decade of police surveillance of various activist groups had to be made public." ...

"The documents included findings of an internal-affairs investigation that a former commander of the department's intelligence bureau misled Whitman and then-Mayor Wellington Webb ..." ...
 

India: Society's Willing Murderers
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... "... Fifteen years ago, an encounter was when a police party confronted a criminal and fought a fight to the finish. If criminals — or suspects, at any rate — died, then this was because the police had acted in self-defence."

"Then, the definition changed. An encounter became an occasion when the police captured a gangster and, instead of arresting him, shot him dead on the spot."

"The cops took their lead from the anti-terrorist squads. It is an open secret that KPS Gill and his force ended the Punjab militancy by simply executing the terrorists they came across. They knew that judges would be too terrified to convict terrorists. And they recognised that witnesses would be too intimidated to give evidence against them." ...
 

India: Cop who made a killing (another view of the 'encounter specialist' scandal)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A sub-inspector of Maharashtra Police - who has been subject of Hindi films like Ab Tak Chhappan and Kagaar and is considered an encounter specialist in killing criminals - is facing an encounter of a different kind. This official began his life as a canteen boy in Mumbai's Udupi hotels, attended night schools and qualified to join the Mumbai police. He was regarded as an 'encounter specialist' with a record of having gunned down 80 criminals - mostly gangsters. Now he has been cut to size for having amassed assets disproportionate to his known sources of income. He has been on the run and even approached the court for anticipatory bail." ...
 

Jamaica: Cop robbed by gunmen
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Friday night a policeman was relieved of his service pistol by gunmen in Old Harbour, St. Catherine.

RJR News understands that the police Corporal, who is attached to the forensic laboratory in Kingston, was walking along Darlington Drive when he was pounced upon by two armed men.

They held up the policeman and robbed him of his gun, which was loaded with 14 rounds of ammunition.

The robbers also took the cop's cellular telephone and his police identification card.

Before leaving the scene they opened fire at him but the policeman managed to escape unharmed.

However the gunmen's bullets damaged his private motorcar.
 

Canada: Arm border guards
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"On Tuesday, two murder suspects from California sped toward the Canada-U.S. border at the Peace Arch crossing. They were armed with a submachine gun and a 9-mm pistol."

"As the drama unfolded, with a horde of U.S. law enforcement officers in hot pursuit, Canadian border guards abandoned their posts. Why? They were unarmed."

"Under Canada’s labour code, they were within their rights to invoke a safe work environment. In those circumstances, that meant getting out of the way of desperate, gun-packing criminals."

"What a sorry blight on Canada’s image."

"It’s hard to fault the border officers. It makes little sense to place oneself in the path of an armed felon with little for defence beyond pepper spray and a baton. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Of course that is exactly the situation that the vast majority of Canadian citizens face every day, without the luxury of 'abandoning their posts'.
 

Canada: Canada Customs walkout snarls bridge traffic
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"For the second time in recent months a festering labor dispute with unionized Canada Customs workers snarled traffic on the International Bridge for as long as two hours Friday afternoon."

"According to reports, unionized Canada Customs officers at the Sault, Ont. border crossing walked off the job about 11:30 a.m. Friday after officers learned an armed fugitive may be heading toward Thessalon, Ont. The customs officers quit work citing unsafe working conditions at the border crossing."

"The walkout was apparently an extension of the officers' bid to be trained in the use of firearms and to carry them on the job. Canada Customs officers work unarmed, unlike U.S. Customs officers on the opposite side of the border crossing." ...
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Submitter's Note: More officials who understand the value of armed self-defense.
 

Jamaica: DPP receives corrupt cop's file
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"The Professional Standards Branch is preparing to hand over a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions on a traffic policeman who has been accused of misconduct."

"The policeman, Corporal Richard Simpson of the Half-Way-Tree Traffic Department, is in hospital after being shot in the groin during a sting operation set up to nab him on Thursday."

"Police say undercover detectives saw Corporal Simpson ... accepting a bribe ..."

"The police say he attempted to pull his firearm after members of the Professional Standards Branch accosted him and told him to hand over his service pistol."

"A bullet was discharged from the gun and Corporal Simpson was shot in the groin." ...
 

VA: Your thoughts on guns on college campuses
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"Our Thursday story about a proposed bill that would allow guns onto college campuses drew quite a response."

"Thanks in large part, apparently, to a call to vote from the conservative Web site freerepublic.com, our poll question garnered more than 2,000 votes -- more than 90 percent in favor of the legislation."

"And more than 30 of you visited the roanoke.com message board to voice your own opinions. Here is a sample of what you said:" ...
 

FL: Senior Games
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"Seniors from all over Polk County can put their physical and mental abilities to the test when the 13th annual Polk Senior Games kick off Feb. 25."

"The games, which take place at locations all over Polk County, Feb. 25-March 12, are open to those 50 and older." ...

"According to Polk Senior Games Executive Director Deena Wilbur, a new sport has been added to the competition lineup for this year."

"'We've added skeet-shooting,' Wilbur says. 'We've had trap-shooting for many years, but this year we've added skeet-shooting and it's going to be held at the Lakeland Rifle and Pistol Club.'" ...
 

CT: Big shots
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"Anyone driving along Route 25 in Newtown could easily miss the non-descript building tucked off the road."

"While it's hardly a Newtown landmark, the building houses a group with national impact in a field that's often controversial."

"The National Shooting Sports Foundation — with nearly 50 employees — hands out millions of gun locks each year. It lobbies and represents more than 2,800 companies including gun and ammunition makers, hunting gear companies and fishing publications. It gives out public hunting maps across the country and sponsors sports shooting lessons for newcomers." ...

"Yet, people still wonder who they are, said Colleen Swain, who started with NSSF 12 years ago." ...
 

SD: Hunters win one round
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... "Today, private hunting preserves flourish across eastern South Dakota. ..."

"Today, in South Dakota and much of the Midwest, unless you know a farmer or are willing to pay good money to hunt on a preserve, you have two choices: public hunting land, or the ditches that separate countless country roads from landowners' fence lines."

"... the state Supreme Court last week scored one for the little guy when it upheld the constitutionality of a 2003 law that allowed hunters to shoot pheasants flying from ditches over private land."

"Legal niceties aside, the most disturbing part of the whole case is the suggestion from the landowners who challenged the law that they own the wildlife of this state ..." ...
 

OR: Machine guns come out of the closet
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After a week of delicately etching out cavities with a laser, dentist Rob Dugger of Wilsonville heads to the target range with his modified M-16."

"'If it wasn't this, it would be hot motorcycles or hot cars,' Dugger said, standing in the cool mist of a Sunday morning at the Albany Pistol and Rifle Club. 'I do it to relax.'"

"Dugger, 49, a married father of four children ages 8 to 18, joined the substantial ranks of Oregon machine gun owners three years ago when he discovered that fully automatic weapons were legal in Oregon, as long as they are properly registered." ...
 

ID: Idaho Shooting Range Under Attack (third item on page) (NRA-ILA)
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"Local anti-gunners have filed suit against the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) to stop the agency from making improvements to a public shooting range. The opponents have asked for a permanent injunction not only to prevent IDFG from making improvements to the range, but to prevent the agency from using the property as a shooting range."

"The Farragut Shooting Range was built in 1942 for the Farragut Naval Training Center in support of the war effort. The base was decommissioned after the war and came into IDFG ownership in 1950, and has been in continuous use as a public range since that time. The range has hosted state championship competitions, international handgun metallic silhouette competitions ..." ...
 

New Zealand: Fake guns can lead to real deaths
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"Fake handguns are one of the more pointless hazards of modern life."

"This week Auckland's armed offenders squad was called out to the central city when a man on a bus pointed a pistol at a child's head. So faithful is the detail on such replicas no one could have guessed it wasn't a real 9mm Beretta ..." ...

"Inevitably, there is a reflexive urge to ban replica guns. But why? Fake guns are harmless enough. For reasons known only to themselves, people collect them ..."

"But, we are told, they can be used in armed robberies because they look so real. Using that argument limits might be placed on rolled up newspapers and bread (a Hastings man is facing a charge of robbing a bottle store while armed with a loaf of the latter)." ...
 

Canada: Take Back the Streets
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... "'When asked who's doing it [street shootings] and why, Rocky says: 'It's back to the drug trade, man. That's the people getting shot and the people doing the shooting. ... If you're messing around with ten grand, ten grand will put you down nowadays. And they'll kill you and the next guy standing beside you because that sets a point.'" ...

"'We're getting some really high tech weaponry out here,' says Sgt. Dee. 'These aren't just the Saturday night specials or the drilled out started pistols. These are fully workable, brand new handguns, same sort thing that we're carrying. Glocks.'"

"Drugs, guns and gangs -- a lethal mixture that has been festering in Rexdale for more than two decades." ...
 

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