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Homeowners Make Citizen’s Arrest of Unarmed Home Invader
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KTUU NBC TV 2 reported 11-03-2017 in Anchorage, Alaska, one man is in custody following an attempted burglary gone wrong, wherein the residents at the home actually made a citizen's arrest, detaining him until police arrived. The suspect, age 22, was trying to break into a residential home on the 1300 block of Nunaka Drive, according to MJ Thim, spokesperson with the Anchorage Police Department.
 

6 Bucket-List Experiences for the Gun Enthusiast
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Benjamin Franklin explained it in a letter he penned in 1789. “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency, but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Most of us survive tax day’s hyperventilation, but there are some things every shooter should consider doing before the Grim Reaper’s unavoidable entry, stage right. Here’s our short list.
 

A Groundbreaking Case May Force Controversial Data Firm Cambridge Analytica to Reveal Trump Secrets
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Before the 2016 presidential campaign, David Carroll, a media professor at New York’s Parsons School of Design, didn’t know much, if anything, about Cambridge Analytica. Despite studying data collection and privacy, he says he had probably only heard the name of the data analytics company mentioned once or twice. But that was before the election.
 

IA: Limits on Guns in Childcare Centers are Blocked By Governor's Staff
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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds' staff recently blocked proposed state rules that would have regulated the storage of any guns present in child-care centers, including those run in private homes. The Department of Human Services rules would have required that guns kept in child-care operations be locked away and kept separate from ammunition. The proposal also would have required that parents be notified if a gun is kept on the premises of a childcare center, and it would have barred loaded guns from being carried in vehicles used to transport a childcare center's young clients.
 

IN: Indy Mayor Promises Crackdown on Guns Used in Crimes
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Three men were arrested after a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of drugs and several guns. The bust comes just days after Indy mayor Joe Hogsett announced a crackdown on gun possession by known felons. The fact is a vast majority of the murders this year, more than 130 out of 150, have come from gunshots. That's why city leaders know they can't cut crime numbers without tackling the gun problem.

 

MT: Man Charged With Stealing ATM also Charged With Stealing 28 Guns in Heights Burglary
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The man suspected of stealing two ATMs from Billings hotels recently has also been charged with burglarizing a home in the Heights in July and taking 28 guns. Anthony William Felton, 26, was charged with burglary on Nov. 17. Felton broke into a home on the 1300 block of Hardrock Lane while high on meth on July 30, he told detectives. He stole 28 guns, prying open a locked safe to obtain some of them, according to charges.


 

WI: Ban On Contractors With Guns Passed
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The Common Council voted unanimously to direct the City Attorney and Department of Public Works to update city contract language to ban outside contractors from carrying weapons on city job sites. The move comes after three employees of American Sewer Services were photographed openly carrying firearms, with one brandishing the weapon. The move would place contractors in line with existing city policy that bans city employees from carrying weapons.


 

MI: Detroit Police Testing Out Stun Guns for Officers
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The Detroit Police Department is testing out stun guns and is working to determine how officers will use them. The Detroit Board of Police Commissioners in May gave the OK to a proposal by police Chief James Craig to use stun guns. Craig has argued that they’re a tool for officers that can help save lives, since they offer an alternative to an officer using a gun.


 

KY: Proposed Lifting of Ban on Concealed Guns in City Buildings Spurs Debate
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A proposal to rescind a city ordinance prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons into city buildings drew a rare split vote by Bowling Green city commissioners at Tuesday's city commission meeting. The 3-2 vote to rescind the ordinance came on a first reading, meaning it would not go into effect until a second reading at the next city commission meeting.


 

NRA Gets Pragmatic, Backs Backgrouns Check Fix
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As Congress tries to fix the nation’s broken background check system, the National Rifle Association is playing a new role: Political pragmatists. The powerful gun lobby is supporting an effort backed by Democrats, Republicans and gun control advocates to fix the system that allowed the shooter at a Sutherland Springs, Texas, church, last month to obtain a gun. The NRA argues the fix helps law-abiding citizens get guns more easily while keeping them out of the hands of criminals.


 

Cobalt Kinetics Now Offering Parts Packages, Build Kits for AR-15
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Cobalt Kinetics, a manufacturer of premium performance and precision engineered rifles, announces the release of build kits and parts packages for AR-15 Rifles. Much of the appeal- and the main reason for the broad commercial success of the AR15 is its ability to be modified, customized, and personalized by anyone. Interchangeable parts and accessories allow the home-builder to build a truly unique weapon. Considering the size of the entire AR accessory market, the DIY gunsmith can achieve millions of unique configurations.


 

Legends: The Perfect Weapon For A Jedi Knight
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The Force remains unstoppable as “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” takes the box office by storm this holiday season. This is the second film in the sequel trilogy—“The Force Awakens” was released in 2015, and “Episode IX” is scheduled for December 2019. This sci-fi fan favorite gave birth to the powerful light saber, which is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. As Obi-Wan Kenobi explained in “A New Hope,” the saber is “an elegant weapon for a more civilized time.”


 

He’s 104 And He Still Hunts!
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This is the man that everyone wants to root for as he defies age with his exploits deep within the forest in pursuit of deer and bear. Even a prime hunting spot 20 feet above the ground does not deter him from acquiring his target.

He is the vibrant billboard of computer generated LED lights in proclaiming that the reality of ageing does not have to entail a slow and graceful decline towards inevitability. Written by Bill Cochran over at Godanriver,com, the story of centenarian plus four years, Clyde Roberts, is both inspiring and heart warming, and the perfect distraction from the chaos in the world and the frenzied week leading up to the Christmas holiday.
 

Lones Wigger Jr., ‘Best Ever’ Rifle Marksman, Is Dead at 80
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Lones Wigger Jr., a career Army officer and two-time Olympic champion who was hailed as the most decorated rifle shooter in the world, died on Thursday at his home in Colorado Springs. He was 80.

The cause was complications of pancreatic cancer, the United States Olympic Committee, also known as Team USA, said.

At 5 feet 7 inches and 180 pounds in his prime, with a round build and round face under a military crew cut, Wigger may not have looked the part of a sports champion, but he dominated competitive shooting for two decades. The magazine Gun Week called him “by far the greatest shooter in history.”

“I’m like a golfer,” Wigger told The New York Times in 1983. “I’m like any athlete who uses his mind and has to concentrate.
 

Challenged Anti-Gunners Go Remarkably Silent
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An Op-Ed piece that challenged the gun control lobby to “find common ground” on gun rights – rather than gun control – has been met with silence, even after appearing in a half-dozen newspapers around the country in cities as distant from one another as Pittsburgh and Spokane.

Has the gun prohibition movement suddenly lost its voice? Not hardly, since anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety and the Seattle-based Alliance for Gun Responsibility, which also has billionaire backing, continue to use the email to beg for money they don’t need to support gun control laws that critics contend don’t work.
 

Ammo, Inc. Announces Expanded Distribution to Sportsman’s Guide
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AMMO, Inc. (OTC:POWW), a technology leader and premier American ammunitions manufacturer, today announced the expansion of its product distribution into Sportsman's Guide, a large online retailer of outdoor sporting goods. Adrian Dare, director of global sales, commented, "We are pleased to announce our expansion of distribution for our premium ammunition into Sportsman's Guide, an important, national catalog and online retailer for the outdoor sports market.
 

KY: Fish and Wildlife Commission Proposes New Hunting Regulation
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The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed several new deer, elk and small game hunting regulations at its quarterly meeting Dec 8. The commission recommends all hunting, fishing and boating regulations for approval by the General Assembly and approves all expenditures by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Legislators must approve regulation recommendations before they become law. The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed several new deer, elk and small game hunting regulations at its quarterly meeting Dec 8

 

MI: Judge Overturns Ruling That Woman Fatally Shot Ex-Boyfriend in Self-Defense
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The attorney for Starr Holmes says she never should have been charged in a case of obvious self-defense to begin with. Holmes, 25, had her decision overturned by a judge in the fatal shooting of her ex-boyfriend. "She never should've walked through the door to begin with, but she definitely walks out," said Lillian Diallo, Holmes' attorney. "The prosecutor's office has an obligation to do justice and not facilitate convictions."
 

Mexico: Firearms Sales Spike Over Security Worries
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The number of people with registered firearms in their homes for self-defense has risen sharply over the past five years, statistics show, but whether gun possession actually makes them safer is debatable. In 2011, there were 145,939 homes with registered weapons but by 2016 that figured had spiked by 60% to 232,746, according to data from public policy think tank México Evalúa.
 

FL: Pistol-Packing Pizza Delivery Driver Shoots Robber
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Sunday night, Goodfella’s Pizza got a call for a delivery at a home on 17th Street in Fort Pierce. When John Parker, the driver, got to the home, he realized it was vacant and decided to leave. When he was driving on 17th Street to head back to the store, he said someone flagged him down. “So I thought it was just a mistake in the address,” said Parker.
 

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