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WI: La Crosse Center Holds Annual La Crosse Gun Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hundreds of people made their way to the La Crosse Center Saturday to celebrate a shared interest. Put on by Bob and Rocco’s Gun Shows of Wisconsin, the La Crosse Center held the annual La Crosse Gun Show. Over 75 gun dealers were present at the show. Attendees had the opportunity to browse around, shop or sell guns, knives, ammunition and several other accessories from dealers across the state.
 

New for 2019: T/C Performance Center T/CR22
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Building on the success and popularity of its intial T/CR22 rifle launch, Thompson/Center Arms partnered with Smith & Wesson's Performance Center to offer two enhanced models of the rimfire rifle to consumers. The new options retain the inherent reliabiliy and easy-use rotary magazine as the original T/CR22 while simultaneously offering enhancements designed to improve ergonomics and accuracy.
 

SC: Coroner ID’s Man Killed in Self-Defense Shooting Outside of Child’s Birthday Party in Columbia Saturday
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The Richland County Coroner’s Office has identified the name of a man who was killed during an act of self-defense outside of a child’s birthday party on Saturday. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts identified the man as Justin B. Archie, 30, of Columbia. An autopsy performed on Sunday showed that Mr. Archie died from gunshot wounds to the torso. Officers arrived at the 4000 block of Rosewood Drive shortly after 1 p.m. on Saturday after a shooting was reported.
 

LA: OPSO Holds Church Security Class for Concealed-Carry Permit Holders
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The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office is making sure churches in the parish are safe. They held a church security class on Saturday. Jerry Sepulvado is soaking in as much information as he can to bring back to his church. Sepulvado is the security and safety director at Apostolic Restoration Church, formally known as Living Way.
 

WI: La Crosse Center Holds Annual La Crosse Gun Show
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Hundreds of people made their way to the La Crosse Center Saturday to celebrate a shared interest. Put on by Bob and Rocco’s Gun Shows of Wisconsin, the La Crosse Center held the annual La Crosse Gun Show. Over 75 gun dealers were present at the show. Attendees had the opportunity to browse around, shop or sell guns, knives, ammunition and several other accessories from dealers across the state.
 

AR: Paralyzed 8-year-old Gifted New Hunting Gear to Replace His Stolen Equipment
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Just before Christmas, an 8-year-old boy lost all his hunting gear to thieves, and he's now finding out that good people outweigh the bad in the world. Jayce Collum was devastated when his gear was stolen in December, but now people have been sending him hunting gear to replace his that was stolen.
"Buckmaster sent a whole group of things—clothes, hats, t-shirts, hoodies—you know, just to get him started back," his mother, Kristen Shepherd, told WREG.
 

CO: Wildlife Officials to Look at Big-Game Hunting Season Structure
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This week, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials will begin a series of conversations with the public to explain and discuss potential changes to the state's five-year Big Game Season Structure. The first public meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in Meeker to discuss the season structure.
 

FL: Justices Set to Hear Major ‘Stand Your Ground’ Case
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The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments March 6 in a dispute about whether a controversial 2017 change to the state’s “stand your ground” self-defense law should apply to older cases. The 2017 change shifted a key burden of proof in “stand your ground” cases — a shift that can play a role in determining whether people claiming self-defense should be shielded from prosecution.
 

IA: Iowa Lamakers not Done With Expanding Gun Rights
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Supporters of the Iowa Legislature’s sweeping expansion of gun rights expect the movement to continue this year with actions to amend the state’s Constitution and revive a debate over whether to scrap gun permits — a measure sidelined last year after a Florida school shooting.
 

VA: Governor Announces Plans for New Gun Laws
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Virginia’s governor announced Friday plans for a comprehensive package of legislation to prevent gun violence and improve the safety of Virginia’s citizens and communities. The package includes measures to require universal background checks; establish an Extreme Risk Protective Order; reinstate Virginia’s One Handgun a Month law; prohibit individuals subject to final protective orders from possessing firearms; ban assault firearms; prevent children from accessing firearms; and require individuals to report lost or stolen firearms to law enforcement, according to a statement issued by Gov. Ralph Northam.
 

Dems to Push Gun Control of Giffords Shooting
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Days after reclaiming the House majority, Democrats are introducing gun control legislation timed for the anniversary of the shooting of former Democratic Rep. Gabby Giffords.
 

PA: Parents File Lawsuit, Oppose Teachers Carrying Guns
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A public school district about 90 miles from Philadelphia is reportedly the first school system in Pennsylvania to let teachers carry weapons. Teachers are already allowed to carry weapons in several states, including Texas, Missouri and Ohio, reports the Associated Press. However, parents in the Tamaqua, Pennsylvania school district are filing a lawsuit to block the district from allowing teachers to carry guns in schools, according to the AP.
 

Meet the 5 Most Complex Guns on Planet Earth
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For the end user, the P7 is a simple pistol. Squeezing the grip cocks the pistol’s striker and makes it ready to fire. Releasing the grip resets the striker and returns it to safe. The grip also functions as a slide release after the gun locks open. But behind the simplicity of the controls lies an extremely complex weapon. The designers at H&K used a gas-delayed blowback system in the pistol, where gas from firing was tapped into a piston which prevents rearward motion of the slide until the bullet has left the barrel, which allows gas pressures to drop in the piston.
 

WI: La Crosse Center Holds Annual La Crosse Gun Show
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Hundreds of people made their way to the La Crosse Center Saturday to celebrate a shared interest. Put on by Bob and Rocco’s Gun Shows of Wisconsin, the La Crosse Center held the annual La Crosse Gun Show. Over 75 gun dealers were present at the show. Attendees had the opportunity to browse around, shop or sell guns, knives, ammunition and several other accessories from dealers across the state.
 

IL: New Gun Laws for 2019
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New Year – new laws, and in Illinois that means two new gun control laws. One allows for a gun to be taken away from someone who’s potentially violent. The request has to go through the court and must come from family, friends or law enforcement says State Rep. Kathleen Wills.
 

ME: It's Open Season on Hunting, Fishing Licenses in Maine
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Maine wildlife managers say licenses for the state's hunting and fishing seasons are available for purchase all over the state. Maine sells its hunting and fishing permits online and at more than 800 licensing agents around the state. The most popular hunting seasons include the hunts for deer, moose and bear, all of which take place in the fall.
 

MS: Guns and Abortion Could be Election-year Issues
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Mississippi lawmakers have released few significant policy proposals as they prepare for their three-month session that begins Tuesday. This is an election year, and most of the 122 House members and 52 senators will put their names on the ballot to seek a new four-year term. A few lawmakers are retiring, and a few are pursuing statewide offices.
 

Virginia’s Democrat Governor Unveils News Anti-Gun Package Targeting Citizen’s Rights
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has unveiled his proposal for sweeping new gun control for the Commonwealth. The Democrat sensing an opening introduced seven new measures at a press conference ahead of the new legislative session. These new gun control proposals are the most radical that Virginia has ever seen.
 

New for 2019: T/C Performance Center T/CR22
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Building on the success and popularity of its intial T/CR22 rifle launch, Thompson/Center Arms partnered with Smith & Wesson's Performance Center to offer two enhanced models of the rimfire rifle to consumers. The new options retain the inherent reliabiliy and easy-use rotary magazine as the original T/CR22 while simultaneously offering enhancements designed to improve ergonomics and accuracy.
 

Auto-Ordnance Introduces “I Stand” 1911
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Thompson Auto-Ordnance, maker of the famous “Tommy Gun” and other classic firearms throughout history, is excited to introduce the “I Stand” Custom 1911. In a time period where some in America may have forgotten the true meaning of sacrifice, Kahr Firearms Group is paying tribute to those who truly gave all for America. The “I Stand” 1911 honors all those who sacrificed their lives in the service of our country.
 

FL Panel Recommends Armed Teachers; Semi-auto Law Flaw in WA?
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The Florida commission created to investigate the mass shooting at a Broward County high school in which 17 students and adults died last Feb. 14 dropped a bombshell recommendation that vetted volunteer and trained teachers be allowed to carry guns on campus, USA Today has confirmed. And now at the far corner of the country, there appears to be a giant flaw in the language of a new Washington State law, passed by citizen initiative in November, that was aimed at denying young adults their Second Amendment right to purchase a semiautomatic rifle. The law, created by Initiative 1639, was a direct reaction to the Florida massacre and a triple shooting in Washington in 2016.
 

IN: Indiana Seeks to Solve Hunting Decline With Women, Youth
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Indiana officials are looking for ways to encourage more women and youth to become game hunters as the state continues to issue a declining number of hunting licenses. The state's wildlife preservation programs rely on the sale of hunting licenses as a main source of funding, the Indianapolis Star reported . So Indiana's decline in hunting over the past decade is threatening conservation efforts along with communities and businesses that profit from the sport.
 

Non-Lead Bullets are Better for Hunters and Hunting
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hunting is a pastime steeped in tradition. Conservation, coming-of-age hunts, first beers and butchering parties, to name a few. One tradition that is on its way out, however, is the use of lead core bullets. Growing numbers of hunters are giving up their “daddy’s bullets” for more modern, equally effective and wildlife-friendly non-lead alternatives.
 

WY: Wyoming Sees Increase in Hunting Applications
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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reports another increase in hunting applications from both residents and non-residents last year. Game and Fish Director Scott Talbott says the hunting opportunities in Wyoming are sought after because of the high-quality wildlife, access and the experience with friends and family.
 

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