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Parenting books neglect safety for teens
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Parenting books on teenagers are less likely to contain injury prevention messages than those that give advice on parenting small children." ...

"Prevention of automobile mishaps and burns were the most commonly addressed injury prevention topics in the books focused on younger children, while gun safety was the leading topic in books about adolescents, researchers found."

"'We were especially surprised by how little attention the adolescent parenting books devoted to motor vehicle safety, which is the most important injury problem for adolescents,' said Wanda M. Hunter, senior author of the paper and associate professor of social medicine at the UNC School of Medicine." [emphasis added]
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Submitter's Note: But according to Sarah and her ilk gun violence is the 'most important injury problem for adolescents'!
 

DSR-1 Bullpup Sniper System: Compact, Modular and Ultra-Accurate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Let me start out by saying that I'm an unabashed fan of assault rifle/small arms systems that provide relatively long barrel lengths in compact packages. Troops in the Afghan and Iraqi theaters of operation want agile shoulder weapons that they can fight from vehicles with, clear buildings and rooms and at the same time deal effectively with the enemy at 500 yards. ..." ...

"... The space aged looking rifle has integrated the most modern amalgamation of Aluminum, steel, titanium, and glass fiber reinforced synthetics for individual parts and assemblies in a successful effort to achieve the lightest package and still maintain the highest possible strength and durability." ...
 

Smith & Wesson M&P (Military and Police) Pistol Debuts at IACP 2005 Miami
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Back in August, DefRev published a short article on the Smith and Wesson Military and Police pistol ... Well, DefenseReview just got to handle the new S&W M&P at IACP 2005 Miami, and we must say the gun looks and feels really good. The striker-fired M&P is extremely comfortable in the hand, due the shape and texture of the grip, although some people think the grip needs to be texturized more for a more secure hold while firing with sweaty hands. The grip size can be adjusted by switching out 'grip straps' of different sizes. ... The standard S&W M&P pistol's grip is pretty long and provides more than enough length for most hands, and the grip angle appears perfect for natural pointing--and thus point shooting." ...
 

Ammunition Improvements for 21st Century Mil/LE Urban Operations
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the driving ideas behind the adaptation of the 'Black Rifle' and its varmint caliber ammunition was to lighten the load of the ground pounding Infanteer. That was achieved through remarkable engineering, but it didn't take long for the soldier to reverse the situation. The new light weight rounds enabled the trooper to up his basic load of the M14 rifle's 7.62x51mm/.308 Win. from 120 rounds to 400 of the 5.56x45mm/.223 Rem., or carry more grenades, anti tank rockets or mortar rounds into the fight. Weight wise, little changed and this continues today at an even more accelerated pace with the addition of scopes, lasers, electronic optics, grenade launchers and etc. ..." ...
 

CA: Lawyer Uses Skills to Zero In on Gun Lobby
Submitted by: D. Finlayson

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"It's hard to imagine Sayre Weaver as the California gun lobby's Public Enemy No. 1. Slight and soft-spoken, the Yale-educated attorney doesn't march or testify or legislate."

"She litigates. Relentlessly. With a laser-sharp focus that has delivered a series of body blows to an industry long accustomed to beating back efforts at gun control."

"For 10 years, Weaver has been working to staunch the flow of 'Saturday night specials' ... the weapon of choice in the criminal milieu."

"In 1996, she helped West Hollywood officials draft and defend California's first local ordinance aimed at curtailing handgun sales. ... making California a national leader in restricting handgun access." ...
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KABA Note: Interesting how they frame the results as "restricting handgun access" rather than as 'reducing crime' which was supposed to be the result.
 

TX: Groups Gives Out Free Gun Locks To Educate Owners
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A national group in conjunction with the Fort Worth Police Department will spend time this week distributing free gun locks to gun owners."

"Project Child Safe representatives were at Cabela’s in Fort Worth not only giving out the locks to patrons, but more importantly educating them on the safe storage of their weapons."

"Project Child Safe tours the country and currently is on a 40-day tour across Texas."

"The program is designed to promote firearm safety and educate gun owners." ...
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Submitter's Note: And how will the lock on your gun help your child when they find the gun at a friend's house? Or stashed in the bushes or ditched in a dumpster?
 

Shrinking Numbers, Canned Hunts, Green Hunters, Heated Deer Stands, and Gun Libraries
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"You wouldn’t expect the Wall Street Journal to be writing about hunting, but on November 5, the nation’s leading business newspaper went on a shooting spree with three articles on the subject."

"Of primary interest to me was Hunting’s Identity Crisis, a long piece tackling several hot button issues in the hunting community. For starters, it documented the shrinking numbers of hunters and poor recruitment among America’s youth—and how hunters aim to make a comeback. 'Despite its image as a heartland fixture—and its influence in the world of lobbying and politics—the sport is struggling,' writes Ellen Gamerman." ...
 

SC: Shop owner, suspect killed in Anderson shooting
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"A shop owner and the man authorities say tried to rob the business are both dead after a shootout at an upstate car detail shop."

"Investigators say 20-year-old Keena McAdams entered the office of McDuffie Street Clean-Up shortly after 8am Monday, pulled out a gun, and ordered everyone in the business to get onto the floor."

"Officials say 59-year-old store owner Willie Paul Peterson then pulled out a gun, and the men began shooting at each other."

"Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore says the owner died of multiple gunshot wounds to the chest, belly and leg."

"Police found McAdams on a road next to the business. He died of a single gunshot wound to the back." ...
 

Fire Sale -- How the gun industry bought itself immunity from the rule of law
Submitted by: glen biddle

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"We're used to spotting lawlessness and corruption around the world and at home: in Iraq, or Saudi Arabia, or large no-bid contracts to Halliburton out of Washington. The cure for such ills is usually some version of the rule of law and probably its most basic principle—that the rules apply to everyone, including the richest, the most powerful, and the most connected."

"But corruption and lawlessness are not limited to human rights violations or greedy hands in large tills. In the past two weeks, Congress and the president have exempted one industry from the most basic legal rules that apply to all other industries and individuals: They have enacted unprecedented legislation giving the gun industry immunity from lawsuits based on federal or state laws to which everyone else is subject. ..." ...
 

Canada: Federal government willing to toughen gun laws to fight urban crime
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Federal Justice Minister Irwin Cotler says he's ready to bring in tougher sentencing for gun crimes if he can get agreement from his provincial and territorial counterparts this week."

"'We have to send a strong message with respect to those who would wish to engage in gun-related crime,' Cotler said in an interview Monday. ..."

"Cotler said he will outline his proposals over the next two days to his provincial and territorial ministers at a meeting in the Yukon capital."

"Included will be measures to strengthen the current mandatory minimum sentences that already apply to some gun offences." ...
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Submitter's Note: Because we all know how much more heinous it is to shoot someone than to bludgeon them with a rock.
 

CA: San Francisco Gun Vote: Tough Law or Thin Gesture?
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"With warring gangs igniting a surge in homicides here in the last year, voters on Tuesday will consider a sweeping proposal to curb the violence: the nation's strictest municipal gun control ordinances, a measure that would ban possession, sale and manufacture of handguns and ammunition within city limits."

"Polling data taken over the summer suggested that the measure, Proposition H, enjoyed overwhelming support of likely voters. But it has since come under attack from a coalition of critics - including the National Rifle Association and a smattering of community groups - and legal experts say that should it pass, it is likely to face a stiff challenge in state courts." ...
 

OH: Possible first hearing for HB347 Nov. 15; Opposition tries same old lines
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"The Youngstown Vindicator is reporting that Rep. Jim Aslanides' sweeping firearms law reform bill may have it's first hearing next week."

"House Criminal Justice Committee chairman Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, told the Vindicator he expects this legislation, which has been endorsed by Buckeye Firearms Association, to receive its first hearing Nov. 15."

"After many false representations from the Ohio media about what this bill would do, the Vindicator has finally offered the general public the first real look at House Bill 347, and at what its opponents may attempt to offer as means to derail it...." ...
 

CA: School Lockdown
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Students were locked in their classrooms Monday morning at Southwest High School in south San Diego until a man with a gun was arrested on campus.

The lockdown was ordered after two men were reported arguing in front of campus. One of the man ran onto the campus and the other man chased him with a gun. It is unknown if the gun was real.

About 150 students were on campus for their zero period class. The students were locked in their classrooms while officers conducted a door-to-door search for the suspects.
 

CA: Southwest HS lifts lockdown after toy pistol found (follow-up)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Southwest High School in Nestor was locked down for an hour Monday morning after reports that a student with a gun had gone into the school, police said."

"Someone said they saw a young male aim a gun at another teen before walking into the school at Hollister Street near Leon Avenue just before 7:30 a.m., a San Diego Police spokesman said."

"Police searched the campus room by room and, after about 45 minutes, found a 14-year-old boy with a realistic-looking toy pistol."

"No one was permitted to go on or off the campus during the search. The teen was taken into custody and the regular school day resumed at 8:30 a.m." ...
 

MD: Man With Gun Spotted Near Upper Marlboro School
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"An Upper Marlboro elementary school was locked and children forced to stay inside today after police reported that a man with a gun was seen at the facility."

"Lt. Terence Sheppard of the Prince George's County police said that about 11 a.m. a police officer on routine patrol spotted a man wearing a mask and carrying a long gun, like a rifle, near the Arrowhead Elementary School at 2300 Sansbury Road. The man ran toward the school and tried to get in, but the door was locked. He then ran into a nearby wooded area."

"About 80 law enforcement officers from the county police and sheriff's departments were searching the two-square-mile woods, Sheppard said." ...
 

TN: Student brings BB gun to school
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"A disciplinary hearing will be held for a Robertsville Middle School student after he allegedly brought a BB gun to school Thursday."

"Oak Ridge Assistant Superintendent of schools Dale Dobbs said the school is handling the incident as a disciplinary issue."

"Oak Ridge Police Capt. Alan Massengill said Friday that he had not seen a report on the incident nor had he heard about it before being contacted by The Oak Ridger."

"Dobbs said school policy states that when a weapon is found, the Police Department would be notified immediately. He also said he was told about the incident by principal Tom Hayes Friday morning." ...
 

IN: New Program Warns Students About Gun Violence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It's called EKG, and it stands for Educating Kids about Gun Violence. On Monday morning, the government launched a new program aimed at teenagers that could be headed to your son or daughter’s school. EKG is a combined effort between city, county, state and federal government, including Project Safe Neighborhoods."

"Students at Shortridge Middle School listened intently as Damon Parks told them his story. Parks, who is in a wheelchair, was shot in the back when someone tried to rob him." ...

"Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi says the EKG Program teaches kids about the legal and medical consequences of guns." ...

'That's just pointless having a gun. That's just gonna get people killed,' said Zuri Muniz." ...
 

TN: Victim feared for her life
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Family members say Rhonda Ferguson had been trying to get out of the relationship with Jeffery Fye for quite some time. They say Fye threatened her and others multiple times. She finally went to police for help, the day before she was killed." ...

"Kim says Rhonda tried to get help from police this weekend before the shooting occurred."

"'She had actually asked the police for protection Saturday night because he came over here with a gun,' she says."

"But now Kim is left without a mother, wondering if her life could've been spared if police would've responded."

"'The cops said they would take care of it today and obviously they were too late,' Kim says ..."
 

Philippines: 102 unsolved killings give Cebu a bad name
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Vigilantes in Cebu City are getting bolder."

"Their latest victim was a man who just walked out of detention after he was held for alleged drunkenness."

"Antonio Medina, 25, was gunned down about five meters from the gate of the Mobile Patrol Group (MPG) on Arellano Blvd. Cebu City’s Special Weapons and Tactics (Swat) team also holds office at the MPG."

"His neighbor ... saw the attack."

"They were at the roadside waiting for a Colon-bound jeepney. As they boarded the vehicle, two men appeared from behind them and shot Medina several times."

"Medina is the 102nd victim of vigilante-style killing since Dec. 22 last year. He succumbed to eight gunshot wounds in the head and body." ...
 

Japan: GSDF privates held in marijuana bust
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two Ground Self-Defense Force enlisted men stationed in Mihama, Wakayama Prefecture, were arrested Monday on suspicion of possessing marijuana they allegedly bought through the Internet in late September, officials said."

"Leading Pvt. Shingo Miyamoto, 21, and a 19-year-old private first class whose name is withheld because he is a minor, were arrested by agents of the Narcotics Control Department of the Kinki Regional Bureau of Health and Welfare."

"Narcotics agents found 0.13 gram of dried cannabis inside Miyamoto's car Thursday and also discovered cannabis seeds, planters and liquid fertilizer in the two suspects' quarters at the GSDF Wakayama garrison."

"The GSDF dismissed the two suspects following the arrests." ...
 

ME: Successful hunt has sad ending
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the most memorable experiences for any deer hunter is to get their first deer. For some this experience happens at a young age; for others it takes a few years." ...

"... Britain was ready this time and with a single shot from his .270 bolt-action rifle dropped the deer just 25 yards from where his dad had shot his. Britain Jameson had just killed his first white-tailed deer."

"... The deer were then hung from the family's porch in preparation for final butchering."

"What should have been a truly happy event with a happy ending turned sour when the family awoke Monday morning to find that Britain's deer had been stolen sometime during the night from the family's Flander's Corner Road home." ...
 

How hunting aims to make a comeback
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It's hunting season in northern Minnesota, and like generations of Americans before him, Dan Walker is belly down in the underbrush, his bolt-action rifle trained on a whitetail deer."

"Well, not quite."

"Mr. Walker is actually in his condo-like deer stand 14 feet above the ground, playing cribbage with his wife and kids by the fire, while the aroma of homemade chicken-noodle soup cooking on the stove fills the air. When a deer passes, he'll open his double-hung window and take aim. 'My buddies say this isn't really hunting,' says the 30-year-old owner of a utility construction company, who calls his stand 'the Taj Mahal.' 'I'm a little spoiled.'"

"... Overall, the ranks of hunters are shrinking, down 7 percent since 1991 ..." ...
 

Shooting: awfully loud for a library
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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, a great-great-grandson of J.P. Morgan, wanted to sell a pair of custom-made shotguns that had been in his family for generations, he turned a couple of months ago to an increasingly popular venue: the gun library."

"Gun libraries are high-end gun stores, often with leather chairs, dark wood and Old World art. Some of the guns are new, and some, like Mr. Morgan's, are 'previously owned,' traded in or sold by other owners. But all have a certain cachet to go along with price tags that can hit six figures."

"Like many retailers in the world of hunting, gun sellers are increasingly chasing the high end of the market, where the pace of sales and the fatness of profit margins are largely immune to economic downturns." ...
 

Armed and female
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Michelle Siudut moves through the autumn woods to a place where she'll spend the morning sitting still and quiet, hoping she hasn't left her scent as she walks. She finds a comfortable spot in the brush around 5:30 a.m., knowing it will only be comfortable for an hour or so. She blends into the environment with her green-and-brown camouflage overalls and green rubber boots."

"Siudut is one of many women who look forward to hunting season each year. An activity traditionally considered male, women have been hunting for years, winning awards and trophies, but haven't been fully acknowledged by the hunting community until recently. ..." ...
 

MO: Quick Hits: Only the toughest hunters bag deer in their bedrooms
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"Some hunt deer with a rifle; some believe the bow method is more sporting. But if you really want to be one with nature on its own terms, try hand-to-hand combat."

"That's how Wayne Goldsberry nabbed a five-point, whitetail buck, although the Bentonville, Ark., man wasn't hunting. He was in his daughter's bedroom."

"Goldsberry was at his daughter's home when he heard glass breaking. He went to check on the noise and found a deer in the bedroom - and he wasn't napping." ...

"Goldsberry confronted the deer and, after a brief and noisy tussle, he emerged to instruct his wife to call police. Goldsberry then returned to the bedroom and was able to grab the animal and twist its neck, killing it." ...
 

OR: Western Oregon Elk Hunters Urged To Buy Tags Before Deadline
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"The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife urges hunters gearing up for first season bull elk hunts in the coast range and along the coast to buy their tags before the Nov. 11 deadline, which falls on Veteran's Day."

"All ODFW offices will be closed for the holiday, but many license agents will be open to sell tags. However, hunters who need to exchange a tag or obtain a duplicate tag must go to an ODFW office during normal business hours to conduct the transaction."

"Saturday, Nov. 12 is the first day of a four-day elk rifle hunt in all hunt units west of the Cascade foothills. ..." ...
 

MN: Bagging the big one
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"Rick Motter, of Hibbing, had been waiting to go on a Minnesota moose hunt for 35 years. When he finally got the opportunity, it was all over in 45 minutes and he couldn’t be happier."

"Rick Motter and his son Pat shot a trophy moose only 45 minutes into their hunt on the opening day of Minnesota’s 'once-in-a-lifetime' moose hunt near Finland, Minn."

"Rick Motter has been applying for a Minnesota moose hunting permit since 1970. The permits are highly sought after and extremely difficult to obtain. Minnesota residents may apply in parties of two to four, for the permits. In Minnesota in 2005, 6,787 parties applied for only 284 permits. If a party does obtain a permit they only have the first 16 days of October to shoot a moose. ..." ...
 

CO: Navy Rifle Team Finishes Third at President's Cup
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"Two-time defending champion, Navy, had a disappointing performance in Sunday's President's Cup, finishing third out of four teams, in the annual tournament between the four service academies ..."

"'It was a pretty disappointing day for us,' said Navy head coach Bill Kelley. 'We did not perform well at all. We have a lot of work to do. We are young and we are showing our lack of experience. We're putting forth the effort, just not making it happen.'"

"The lone bright spot for Kelley was the performance of freshman Lisa Kunzelman (Constantia, N.Y.). Kunzelman claimed air rifle medallist honors with a 585. It was the second week in a row that she has brought home medallist honors." ...
 

Canada: Planes and Guns
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"Ammunition, rifles and other hunting gear are creating hassles at pre-board screening checkpoints at airports. The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), which screens air travelers and their baggage, reports a rise in intercepted items relating to hunting season."

"'Canada's big game attracts hunters from across North America,' said Jacques Grilli, CATSA Vice President, Operations. 'Every time a screening officer comes across a rifle or bullet, bear spray or other similar item, law enforcement has to get involved. This adds to screening time and delays for travelers,' added Grilli."

"Screening officers in Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario in particular are seeing a spike in hunting-related paraphernalia." ...
 

UK: Guns stolen by burglar during raid
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"Thieves stole bullets and two guns that are used for putting down animals when they broke into a veterinary practice in Ludlow."

"It was the second incident of its kind in the past six months at the Teme Veterinary Practice ..."

"Sergeant John Evans of Ludlow Police said they struck during the early hours of yesterday morning and took a huge safe."

"The safe contained two humane killers, which are small pistol-style guns used to put down animals in distress."

"The safe also contained bullets that are used to put down animals."

"It is understood around £100 in petty cash was also stolen."

"Today a worker at the veterinary practice, who asked not to be named, described the safe that was taken as being huge." ...
 

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