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Sons of a gun
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"THE belief that its riflemen are the world’s best marksmen runs through America’s military history. It dates back at least to the American War of Independence (1775-83) when sharpshooters born and bred on the frontier killed a disproportionate number of British officers. Their long shots were effective but their deliberate targeting was nonetheless deplored by the British army, whose soldiers armed with muskets advanced in formation in full sight of the enemy."

"... By the mid-19th century American riflemen, whether hidden or not, were internationally famed as crack shots. As Alexander Rose, a military historian, shows in his rigorous account, this reputation had sound statistical support. ..." ...
 

A Well-Heeled Anti-Gunner
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"You can almost hear the thought process behind Madonna's red-carpet footwear. 'OK, those pesky tabloids won't stop with my whole divorce thing and my film's about to get panned. What can I do to take the heat off? I know - gun shoes! That'll get them talking.'" ...
"But here's the thing--the story says she wore them to her movie premier in New York."

"Well, well, well..."

"These guns will have the FULL ORANGE TIP as required by Federal Law.

In accordance with New York State law, these guns are available for shipment to the state of New York except in New York City.
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"Somebody call BATFU!Somebody call Furious Mike!"

"Or is there a different set of laws for rich anti-gun celebrities? ..."
 

American Rifle: A Biography (review)
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://hubpages.com/hub/Jacks-World-Famous-Thanksgiving-StuffingDressing

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"George Washington insisted that his portrait be painted with one. Daniel Boone created a legend with one. Abraham Lincoln shot them on the White House lawn. And Teddy Roosevelt had his specially customized."

"Now, in this first-of-its-kind book, historian Alexander Rose delivers a colorful, engrossing biography of an American icon: the rifle. Drawing on the words of soldiers, inventors, and presidents, based on extensive new research, and encompassing the Revolution to the present day, American Rifle is a balanced, wonderfully entertaining history of this most essential firearm and its place in American culture." ...
 

Building a better bullet
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Well, it's official. Science has given up on building a better mousetrap. ..."

"Instead, science has clearly moved on to more important matters. I say this on the basis of its latest invention — the environmentally safe bullet. If you’re concerned about high lead levels, this product will probably be of interest to you. ..."

"Made of non-toxic tungsten instead of nasty old lead, these fancy new bullets would not cause any harm if they were, say, eaten by a goose. ..." ...
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KABA Note: Of course such "armor-piercing cop-killing" bullets are unlawful.
 

Gun class is serious but a lot of fun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Before we even get started, I'm not here to 'glorify' guns; I've never owned one and doubt that I will anytime soon."

"But I am here to tell you how impressed I was with the [CPL] class run by the Chelsea Rod & Gun Club ..."

"Range master and instructor Don Hilligoss invited me to not only sit in on the class but to be an active participant."

"Seeing it as my journalistic duty (and to satisfy my own curiosity), I accepted."

"... the class is a requirement to obtain a CPL ..."

"You can take a gun safety class in plenty of places, but I doubt you'll find one that is more detailed, has more knowledgeable instructors, gives you more practice actually firing a gun, or is more focused on safety." ...
 

Firearms at Work
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In a fascinating twist on a familiar controversy, several state legislatures ... have passed laws preventing employers from enforcing policies that restrict employees from bringing firearms onto an employer's parking area, as long as such firearms are secured in the employee's vehicle."

"Several other states ... are currently considering passing similar laws."

"According to state lawmakers and the [NRA], the goal of these laws is to enable employees to exercise their constitutional right to possess and carry firearms in their vehicle ..."

"Opponents of these measures ... point to the fact that one of the leading causes of death in the workplace is employee homicide by use of firearms." ...
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Submitter's Note: And how many of those emplyers had 'no gun' policies in place?
 

For the Election Season, an Annotated Guide to the NRA Candidate Questionnaire
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"As the gun issue gets discussed and debated in political races around the country this election season, the Brady Campaign today released its 'annotated guide' to the questionnaire that the National Rifle Association sends out to candidates."

"The NRA uses its questionnaire to rate and endorse candidates. But the guide reveals that the NRA's questions are often based on incomplete or misleading assumptions, and candidates' answers therefore may reveal little about their actual views."

"The guide is essential to understanding what the group means by 'preserving freedom' and 'supporting the Constitution' and other seemingly innocuous phrases. Some examples from the NRA questionnaire:" ...
 

MO: Adults playing badly reason to keep guns out of parks
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Just think back to when your kids or grandkids were playing Little League ball of some sort ... football, baseball, soccer and how some parents made a real jerk of themselves. ..."

"Well, now the Springfield-Greene County Parks Department is requesting that Springfield City Council ban guns from sport fields and parks, and I think it's a great idea. We certainly don't need people carrying guns to parks where children play and families have picnics and the like. Parks should be for fun, not for hate." ...
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Submitter's Note: So law abiding citizens with a CCW are not currently a problem in parks, but we should ban them because people with guns are scary?
 

AZ: UA student shoots 2 men who broke into his home
Submitted by: Wildfire

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"A University of Arizona student fatally shot two men who forced their way into his off-campus home early Thursday, Tucson police said."

"The 23-year-old student was in the small backyard guest house where he lived several blocks north of the university about 12:30 a.m. when two men in their 20s came to the door and forced their way in, police spokesman Sgt. Fabian Pacheco said. The student armed himself with a handgun and shot them both, then called police."

"The men were dead when police arrived."

"The student didn't know the suspects and there is no indication he was involved in any criminal activity that could have made him a target for the suspects, Pacheco said." ...
 

TX: Robber shot by victim in South Austin
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"A party at an apartment on Oltorf Street in South Austin turned into a crime scene over the weekend."

"Police got the call around 2:30 a.m. on Oct.11. The 911 caller said that 'there was trouble.' According to police reports, 26-year-old John Crayton robbed a number of party goers and ended up getting himself shot in the stomach." ...

"Crayton apparently planned to exit out of back of the apartment and kicked in the door to a bedroom. Police said there were two other victims in that room, and one had a gun."

"'I don't think he anticipated that,' [Sgt. Brian] Miller said. 'I don't think he anticipated anyone being there.'"

"The victim in that room took aim and shot Crayton in the stomach." ...
 

GA: Intruder shot 4 times in Tifton
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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Tift County authorities say a homeowner shot a man after he attempted to force his way into a rural mobile home
off Highway 125.

Sheriff's department spokesman David Haire says the homeowner, 33-year-old John Henry Howard Jr., was not hurt during the home invasion. It happened early Wednesday at about 2:30 a.m. Haire did not identify the suspected burglar, but said his injuries appeared to be serious. The intruder was shot 4 times in the head. He's hospitalized at Tift Regional Medical Center. No charges were immediately filed.

FOX 31 News will continue to update this story as new information becomes available.
 

CA: Rancho Cordova resident shoots would-be burglar
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Not my house, said one Rancho Cordova resident."

"When he heard someone trying to kick in his front door just after 11 a.m. today, the 26-year-old resident of a Vehicle Drive apartment grabbed a gun and shot the suspect, according to authorities. Then he held the suspect at gunpoint until police arrived."

"The suspect was transported to a local hospital and is expected to survive, said Sacramento County sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Tim Curran ..." ...

"At the scene, officers found evidence that someone had been trying to force entry into the apartment, Curran said. They also found a handgun - other than the resident's - that they believe was carried by the attempted burglar, Curran said." ...
 

MO: KC homicides on pace to be most this decade
Submitted by: Jim Hilty

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"Killings in Kansas City are happening at an alarming rate, and police and residents say the slayings can be traced to the same urban maladies that have plagued the city for years." ...

"Most of the killings are happening on the city's economically and academically troubled east side. Residents forced to cope with joblessness and failed schools are increasingly resorting to desperate measures, police say."

"That's what former police officer and Mayor Pro Tem Alvin Brooks thinks happened to a teenager he was mentoring, 18-year-old Vincent Williams, whose Sept. 23 shooting death pushed Kansas City's homicides to 100." ...

"Police say Williams tried to rob a convenience store at gunpoint and was killed by a clerk." ...
 

TX: Homeowner Shoots, Kills Burglar Stealing Plasma TV
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Dallas police said a homeowner shot and killed a burglar early Thursday.

The homeowner was asleep upstairs with his wife when he heard the intruder in his home at about 2 a.m.

Police said the burglar broke into the house through a downstairs window and was attempting to steal a plasma television when the homeowner came out of the bedroom with a gun.

The intruder was shot multiple times and died a short time later.

Detectives are still investigating, but said the homeowner would likely not face any charges.
 

CA: Man shoots dog while under attack
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A man who shot a dog Thursday in Oildale was under attack at the time, according to the Kern County Sheriff's Office."

"Elmer Walker, 72, was walking ... when two pit bulls pushed open a gate where they lived and attacked the man ..."

"Walker hit one of the dogs with a stick and shot the other dog with a .22 revolver he's permitted to carry, causing the dogs the retreat ..."

"Walker wasn't hurt, and the condition of the dog who was shot in the jaw was unknown."

"The dog's owner, Arnold Coon II, said he feels the dog's were provoked, and he said the dogs don't have a history of violent behavior."

"Kern County Animal Control Services Department took custody of the dogs and is conducting an investigation."
 

TX: S.E. Side homeowner kills intruder
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Southeast Side homeowner shot and killed a man early Thursday morning who was trying to break into his bedroom window."

"The man, believed to be in his 20s, was trying to get into a rear bedroom window of a house in the 1400 block of Greer and when the homeowner shot him, police said."

"The homeowner, a firearms instructor, was home alone and in the bedroom the burglar was attempting to enter."

"The homeowner, who teaches people how to shoot weapons, told police he awoke just after 3 a.m. to a see a man trying to climb in his bedroom window."

"Police say the homeowner got a handgun and fired at least three times. No charges are expected to be filed against the homeowner." ...
 

FBI Report Shows Americans Need Firearms, says Gun Law Expert
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'A recently released FBI report on an increase in justifiable homicides in the United States over the last 10 years demonstrates that law-abiding Americans need guns for self-defense,' gun law expert John M. Snyder said here today."

"Named 'dean of gun lobbyists' by national media entities, Snyder, a former NRA magazine editor, is Public Affairs Director of the [CCRKBA], Public Affairs Director of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, and Treasurer of the [SAF]."

"'While the issue of gun control has become a factor in the current presidential campaign, the fact of the matter is that more Americans own firearms ... than ever have voted for a presidential candidate in a national election,' noted Snyder. ..." ...
 

Nonsense over guns again disappointing
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As a military veteran, I am disappointed at some of the talk and thought now circulating around the Range regarding weapons ownership and Democratic candidates for public office. Too often, one hears that this [Democrat] or that will take my weapons away from me, and as a result, I can't vote for him or her. To all of the fear or threats now making the rounds ... I have a one-word response: Nonsense!"

"No Democratic candidate for any office including the presidency of the United States could unilaterally take weapons away from the citizenry. We are bound by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ... as well as U. S. Supreme Court and U. S. Courts of Appeals decisions interpreting that amendment. ..." ...
 

Gun Law Update: Brady Backs Barack
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Now that Barack Obama has received the endorsement of the Brady Campaign gun-control group, will the Supreme Court's findings in the D.C. gun-ban 'Heller' case matter?"

"That's the question experts are asking in the wake of Obama's 11th-hour support from America's leading gun-ban advocates. The late-date endorsement was conspicuously absent from most large news outlets. Those groups have repeatedly claimed that anti-gun-rights agendas were a key issue in the Democrat election defeats of 2000 and 2004." ...
 

The Brady Campaign Helps the NRA
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Monday the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence endorsed Barack Obama, which makes you wonder if Sarah Brady is secretly rooting for John McCain. The Brady Campaign, which maintains that the Second Amendment, properly understood, does not protect an individual right to arms, correctly perceives that Obama's avowed belief to the contrary won't prevent him from supporting its agenda. But it's hard to imagine how this kind of support can do Obama any good on Election Day, although he may be far enough ahead at this point that the qualms of the pro-gun voters the NRA is trying to mobilize against him won't make much difference." ...
 

TX: Campaign debate centers on gun show rules
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gun shows are practically a Texas tradition. But now the issue of weapons sold at those shows has become a high caliber controversy in a Tarrant County state senate race."

"Since the early 1970s, the City of Fort Worth has leased facilities ... for gun shows. While serving on the city council in 2000, Wendy Davis proposed limiting who could sell guns at these shows."

"That controversy is now following her into the state Senate race."

"'She has a proven record of attempting to pass what we consider to be bad regulations,' said James Dark, executive director of the Texas State Rifle Association."

"Davis says she wanted only licensed gun dealers at shows on city property ..." ...
 

MN: Todd Palin talks the Second Amendment in Minnesota
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"The husband of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is telling Minnesota sportsmen that the right to bear arms 'isn't just another amendment.'"

"Todd Palin was campaigning across northern Minnesota Thursday afternoon. The commercial fisherman and snowmobile racer says the Second Amendment is 'a right to stand up and protect.'"

"Palin spoke at a rally outside Duluth for Republican Sen. Norm Coleman ..."

"Coleman also spoke out for the right to bear arms. At the rally, he accepted the endorsement of the [NRA] from Wayne LaPierre, that group's CEO and executive vice president."

"A few hundred people, many wearing blaze orange or camouflage, attended the rally at outdoors store Gander Mountain."
 

WA: AG says Nickels' authority restricted on guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels does not have the authority to prohibit guns on public property, says State Attorney General Rob McKenna."

"McKenna's opinion, which had been requested by state legislators, is nonbinding, so the city can proceed with its gun prohibition on public property. But historically, such opinions have been given great weight in court, according to the Attorney General's Office."

"Washington state law 'pre-empts a city's authority to enact local laws that prohibit possession of firearms on city property or in city-owned facilities,' McKenna wrote with Deputy Solicitor General William Collins in the opinion issued Monday. Nickels said the ban is needed for public safety." ...
 

AZ: Ex-cop loses state certification over DUI
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"A former Tucson police sergeant accused of drinking and gambling on the job has lost his certification to work as a peace officer in Arizona."

"Robert Lund worked for the Tucson Police Department for more than 20 years before retiring in March." ...

"On Jan. 29, a 911 caller reported a possibly impaired driver and officers found an unmarked city police car in a parking lot."

"Lund was asked to give breath samples ... and police said the tests yielded blood-alcohol levels of 0.202 and 0.183, far exceeding the DUI level of 0.08."

"He was arrested on a variety of DUI charges, including extreme DUI." ...

"Lund also admitted to drinking a bottle of tequila while on duty in his unmarked police car." ...
 

KS: Kansas Policiy Bans Guns in Cases of Impairment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Topeka Police Department handgun regulation states off-duty officers can't carry a firearm when their judgment is impaired for any reason." ...

"The newspaper reviewed the firearms policy in view of a shooting incident involving four off-duty Topeka police officers March 18 that left two brothers wounded. The officers remain on paid administrative leave."

"One of the officers involved, Laura Bonebrake, is quoted in a Shawnee County detective's report as saying, 'Yeah, we're all a little kinda inebriated.'"

"The report recounted that the officers had been drinking that night at a St. Patrick's Day party at the Fraternal Order of Police lodge, at a bar and at the home of one of the officers." ...
 

WV: Deputy faces felony charge for bad check
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"A Raleigh County sheriff’s deputy with more than 15 years of service faces a felony worthless check charge and has been suspended without pay ..."

"Randy Burgess ... was arraigned before Magistrate Rick Jones Tuesday night and was released on $5,000 bond ..."

"... The unidentified citizen said Burgess had written a bad check for 'multiple thousands' of dollars last Jan. 15. ... he repeatedly tried to make arrangements to clear up the situation with Burgess. That did not work."

"The citizen later went to Raleigh County Magistrate Court to file a civil complaint against Burgess, Tanner said. That was when an unknown person told the citizen it was a bad idea to file a complaint against a police officer." ...
 

OH: Review clears Lima officer in slaying
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Lima police sergeant did not violate any departmental rules when he shot and killed a woman holding a young child during a drug raid, a review by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office concluded." [link added] ...

"The officer testified at his trial that he had spotted movement down a dark hallway as he climbed the stairs ... during a nighttime drug raid."

"He said he saw a shadowy figure ducking in and out of a doorway and fired his fully automatic rifle when he heard gunfire that coincided with the person's movements."

"Sergeant Chavalia later learned that Wilson did not have a gun, that her five other children were inside the bedroom, and that the gunshots actually had come from [police in] the kitchen downstairs ..." ...
 

MN: On-Duty Officer Charged With Attempted Sex Crimes
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Stillwater police officer was charged with attempted inappropriate sexual conduct while he was on duty."

"... a 46-year-old woman reported that officer Scott Geving, 49, had made unwanted sexual advances towards her when she was working at a Stillwater motel on Aug. 20."

"The woman reported that Geving had showed up to the motel around 1:45 a.m. and told her that he was there to do a 'walk through.'" ...

"When they returned to the lobby, Geving asked where the bathroom was. When she was showing him, he pushed her against a washing machine in the laundry room, grabbed her hand and put her hand on his 'privates.'"

"The woman said she pulled her hand away and returned to the desk area ..." ...
 

FL: Note to self: Taser no good on wild boars
Submitted by: motoboy

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While normally effective on people, a Hernando deputy learned the hard way that Taser stun guns do not work very well on wild boars.

The sheriff's office reported that Deputy Joseph Tibor responded to complaints of an "extremely large pig" tearing up a resident's yard in a Brooksville neighborhood Tuesday morning. He quickly found a 450-pound boar rooting up shrubbery and threatening a water fountain.

The animal then flashed his tusks toward onlookers. Tibor tried to stop it with his Taser, but the 50,000 volts had no effect on the animal.

The boar was eventually corralled into a neighbor's trailer.
 

VA: Norfolk: WE put uppity citizens in their place!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If commonsense and decency weren't in such a short supply at Norfolk City Council, they would have dropped the trespass charge against Danladi Moore."

"But, no, that would be asking too much of them."

"Instead they want to make an example of someone who embarrassed and challenged them, so they are going to prosecute Danladi. Actually, in a somewhat unusual move, the City is going to use one of their attorneys and not the Commonwealth Attorney, to prosecute Danladi. Sounds sort of personal, doesn't it?"

"It is - have no doubt. And political, too."

"The City Attorney is claiming that the Waterside Mall is private property and can thus ban guns, unlike the City. ..." ...
 

OH: 2008 Ladies Only Defensive Pistol Clinic
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Buckeye Firearms and the Central Ohio Defensive Pistol League have teamed up to offer you a unique opportunity to gain an overview of IDPA ..."

"'IDPA is shooting sport that uses practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated 'real world' self defense scenarios.' Although IDPA competitions have practical, real world applications this is not a tactical or self defense class."

"This clinic is designed to give you practical experience with your firearm by shooting IDPA scenarios. We will start the clinic in the classroom to review safety issues, range rules and to give you an overview of IDPA. We will then move to the shooting bays in order to shoot the scenarios ..." ...
 

UK: UK weighs database for all phone calls, e-mails
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"Britain is considering setting up a database of all phone and e-mail traffic in the country as part of a high-tech strategy to fight terrorism and crime, its top law-and-order official said Wednesday."

"Opposition politicians and civil-liberties groups immediately condemned the idea, and the country's terrorism-law ombudsman said the government must not be allowed to set up a vast "data warehouse.'"

"Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said Britain's police and security services need new ways to collect and store records of phone calls, e-mails and Internet traffic." ...
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KABA Note: But they have gun control, why would they be worried about terror attacks?
 

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