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Gun Banners Immediately Exploit California School Shooting Tragedy
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Thursday’s murderous attack with a handgun by a disturbed 16-year-old student at a high school in Santa Clarita was terrible. As a father, I grieve, as all good gun owners and humans do, whenever madmen or violent criminals kill innocents. As I think about how much I love my young sons, I cannot begin to imagine the grief the families are experiencing. It’s heartbreaking and terrifying.
 

The Mootness of New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn v City of New York
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Friday, the Supreme Court requested the Solicitor General to submit his views on the mootness of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. New York City, a Second Amendment challenge pending before the Supreme Court that the city of New York has been desperately trying to wriggle its way out of since certiorari was granted. The City’s principal argument is that, because they changed the subject law, there is no case to hear. (Despite, of course, several doctrines preventing exactly this type of abuse from standing.)
 

How Criminals Get Guns: Gun Store Crash and Grab Robber Gets 5 Years Imprisonment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We hear a lot these days about how new gun-control laws will supposedly stop firearms from getting into the wrong hands. There are so many hazy ideas afloat in the political spectrum being presented as “solutions” to the problem of criminals getting guns. We’ve heard many suggestions about how the federal government and new regulations will make a dent in stopping bad guys from getting and using firearms; the many proposals we’ve heard include possible new gun laws that do nothing but complicate matters for responsible law-abiding gun owners, and even about mythical solutions like “smart” guns (thanks, Biden).
 

Chris Barrett Breaks Steel Challenge 60-Second Barrier
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The 35-year history of Steel Challenge is marked by significant milestones and the great shooters who achieved them, shooters like Max Michel, who was the first competitor in Steel Challenge history to break the 80-second barrier with a centerfire pistol in 2007. Ten years later, B.J. Norris would become the first one to shoot below 80 seconds with an iron-sighted gun. Prior to 2007, it was thought that the 80-second barrier couldn’t be broken, then it was thought the 80-second barrier couldn’t be broken with an iron-sighted gun. Yet, through stories of incredible perseverance, single-minded dedication, and a whole bunch of spent brass, these seemingly insurmountable hurdles eventually were surpassed—and history was made.
 

CT: Connecticut Officials Offer Safety Tips Ahead of Firearms Deer Hunting Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Connecticut environmental officials are offering safety tips for the upcoming firearms deer hunting season. The season begins Wednesday and will add to the list of hunting seasons already under way.
 

MO: Hunting Apps are Becoming More Popular in the Ozarks
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For hunters in years past, smart phones offered a way to pass time while waiting in the deer stand. But nowadays, hunters use their phones for a variety of reasons. Thousands of hunters hit the woods this weekend for the opening of rifle season. "Certain times it sounds like a war zone, you know. Just shots all over the place," Jeff Donohue said.
 

WA: Seattle police captain busted in prostitution sting after offering $40 to undercover cop: reports
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A police captain in Seattle was among the five men arrested this week in a prostitution string, reports say.

Capt. Randal Woolery, a member of the Seattle Police Department for 31 years, was placed on administrative leave following his arrest Wednesday in north Seattle, KING-TV reported.

The station cited sources as saying Woolery offered $40 to an undercover officer posing as a prostitute.

Submitter's note: $40. She must have been one ugly prostitute.
 

Gun from Chicago buy-back program found near dead gang member in police shooting
Submitted by: jack burton
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Chicago, Illinois- According to an AGG report, William Stewart Boyd traded his father’s old .38 caliber Smith & Wesson snub nose for less than $100 in a gun buyback in 2004. It was supposed to be destroyed, but somehow the same handgun with serial number J515268 was found next to a dead body involved in a police shooting eight years later.
 

Pete Buttigieg Blames NRA After School Shooting in Gun Controlled CA
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Democrat presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg blamed the NRA after a 16-year-old used a handgun to shoot five fellow students Thursday in Santa Clarita, California. Before details of the shooting were in, Buttigieg tweeted.

 

History of 38 Super Ammo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Colt released the .38 Super Automatic cartridge in 1929, as a hotter and heavier load than the .38 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) that it was modeled after. The .38 Super is in a twin case to its parent and designed for Colt’s semi-automatic, magazine-fed pistol in a 1911 style.

The ammo features a bullet of the same size and weight, a .356-inch lead projectile with a standard weight of 130 grain (gr), loaded into a semi-rimmed (and sometimes rimless), straight-walled case that measures .900 inch. When fit with the bullet, the round comes in with a total length of 1.280 inches.
 

IL: Quad City Gun & Knife Show
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The QCCA Expo Center in Rock Island held a Gun & Knife Show. Over 100 vendors were present and over 1,000 people attended. It was a dream sight for all outdoors-man with firearms, fishing equipment, hunting weapons, food, and a host of other items being sold.
 

Supreme Court ‘Clears Way’ for Sandy Hook Lawsuit v. Remington
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In a case that could either uphold a federal law prohibiting legal actions against firearms manufacturers or potentially knock it cockeyed, the U.S. Supreme Court has “cleared the way” for families of several victims in the Sandy Hook school massacre to sue Remington Arms and Bushmaster.

CBS News and other news agencies were quick to report the high court’s decision to not hear the case, which allows the lawsuit to move forward in Connecticut state court.

 

Having a Gun for Self-Defense Can Make the Difference when Every Second Counts during a Violent Crime
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Self-defense is a main reason people want to own firearms—because a gun gives a person the means to better protect himself/herself and others. Self-defense, is defined in a law dictionary, as the use of reasonable force to protect oneself or members of the family from bodily harm from the attack of an aggressor, if the defender has reason to believe he is in danger.
 

WI: Wisconsin County Becoming a ‘Sanctuary County’ for Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Florence County, located in northern Wisconsin, is leaving it up to their sheriff not to enforce gun laws he deems unconstitutional. Some are calling it a “sanctuary county” for the second amendment.
 

FL: Florida County is First in the State to Become a 'Second Amendment Sanctuary'
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While Democrats propose taking away what some call 'weapons of war', Republicans are touting their second amendment rights to bear arms; Elina Shirazi reports.
 

NRA Tax Filing: Embattled CEO Earned About $2 Mil Last Year
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Rifle Association 's embattled top executive earned about $2 million last year at a time when the gun rights lobby is beating back challenges from regulators, longtime members and gun control groups, according to tax filings cited in media reports. The tax filings come as the NRA faces investigations in New York and Washington, D.C., that threaten its nonprofit status. Nonprofits file tax documents every year, and they are a year behind, capturing the NRA's finances for 2018 — the year before internal strife spilled into public view.
 

KY: Wildlife Commission Reduces Spring Turkey Tag Limit in Eastern Kansas, Limits Fall Season to 41 Days Statewide
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission made decisions on two recommendations to limit future turkey harvests during its Nov. 14 meeting in Scott City. One of those regulations passed unanimously. The other recommendation ended up being rife with controversy before evolving into something entirely different, leading to a shortened fall season in 2020-21.
 

Will ‘Second Amendment Tax’ Spread Across, Beyond Washington State?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Anti-gun-rights politicians in Washington State have a new weapon in their effort to discourage gun ownership: a gun and ammunition tax that financially penalizes law-abiding gun owners for crimes they did not commit, while apparently appealing to a growing segment of the state population who are transplants from somewhere else.

Evergreen State rights activists are calling it a “Second Amendment tax” or “tyranny tax,” and it could have national implications, since the idea of taxing guns and ammunition sales originated in Cook County, Ill.
 

CCW Weekend: When Law Abiding Gun Activism Goes Wrong
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of the tropes that we like to repeat about ourselves as gun owners and concealed carriers is that we’re “law-abiding,” that we’re the most law-abiding folks around. Law-abiding, safe and responsible. Now, for the most part, it’s actually true. People who legally own and carry firearms tend to not be criminals, because that’s who we’re concerned with when we buy one anyway.
 

Hunting Deer With Rifles Doesn’t Increase Gun Violence
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It’s deer-hunting season in the Midwest, but there is no evidence that the increased use of rifles causes more violent crimes, says a Ball State University researcher. Paul Niekamp, a Ball State economics professor, has analyzed daily crime data with statistics from deer hunting seasons spanning 20 years and 21 states for his study, “Good Bang for the Buck: Effects of Rural Gun Use on Crime.”
 

NH: New Hampshire Deer Hunting Season Gets Underway
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It's the first weekend of New Hampshire's deer hunting season for those using regular firearms, and officials are reminding participants of some of the rules. The season started Wednesday and runs through Dec. 1 in northernmost New Hampshire, and through Dec. 8 in the rest of the state. The state Fish and Game Department is reminding hunters to avoid urine-based lures, which can potentially spread fatal Chronic Wasting Disease to deer and moose.
 

Deer Hunting at a Fast Pace Inside Minnesota's Newest CWD Zone
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Tracy Jones rolled his eyes at the thought of two more weeks of deer hunting. It was Monday at his custom meat shop on Highway 6 and his parking lot was overflowing with pickup trucks and trailers loaded with more carcasses. He had a crew of four men working outside, just to handle the intake.
 

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