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ATF memo describes operation designed to get guns to Mexico
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "See the memo itself in the sidebar media player, obtained by Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars and posted exclusively on Gun Rights Examiner."

"'The most important observation of Styers is that the ATF end of this operation was by all law enforcement standards set up to fail,' Vanderboegh said in a phone conversation with this reporter moments ago. 'Indeed, it seems Styers' opinion was that this was designed to be a necessary fail.'"

"'Styers describes an ATF operation that is deliberately incomplete, seeming to shield the individuals who received the weapons from the straw buyers' Vanderboegh continued. 'His letter is consistent with what the whistleblowers told us early on.'" ...
 

Supreme Court punts on right to carry
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"... Without comment, the Supreme Court refused to hear the case of Masciandaro v. US, which asked if the Second Amendment 'protect[s] a right to possess and carry a firearm for self-defense outside the home.'" ...
 

I TOLD YOU SO
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What seems like many years ago, I wrote an essay — the earliest reference I can find to it now is in an article published in 2000 by former _The Libertarian Enterprise_ editor John Taylor, but I’m sure it’s older — which, with a nod to one of my favorite scenes in Raiders of the Lost Ark, was called 'Why Did It Have To Be … Guns?'."

"Its thesis, essentially, was that you can learn everything you need to know about any politician if you find out where he stands with regard to your individual right to obtain, own, and carry weapons. If he won’t trust you, you can’t trust him. One politician I had in mind when I wrote it was then Arapahoe County (Colorado) Sheriff Patrick J. Sullivan." ...
 

Gun Free Zones: Not a Gun Issue?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "The matter at hand is the idea that posting a sign or passing a law will do anything except to disarm all the people who aren’t going to commit a crime. Which is exactly what these laws do. The run of the mill permit holder will not carry in a prohibited zone, but no sign is going to stop a predator."

"So just who does a 'No Guns' sign protect? Will it protect anyone from an armed mugger or rapist? Don’t be silly, they don’t care about legal niceties. Will it protect you from some nut-job on a mission to shoot as many people as possible before he blows his own brains out? No, he wants a target rich environment full of disarmed prey, the better to ensure a high body-count." ...
 

Gun Rights with the Texas Governor and U.S. Congressman on Gun Talk Radio
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It's more new guns, lawsuits, and legislation, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk (R) Radio ..."

"Smith & Wesson’s Paul Pluff stops by Gun Talk this Sunday with info on their current lineup of new firearms, including the new Governor and the M&P15 .300 Whisper, and possibly some hints about what the 2012 lineup might include. More info is available at www.smith-wesson.com."

"At the heart of a current lawsuit in California is the state’s definition of an 'assault weapon'. Second Amendment Foundation’s Alan Gottlieb says the state’s definition 'is unconstitutionally vague'. Gottlieb visits with Tom on Sunday to discuss this lawsuit and other pending cases. ..." ...
 

Snow White and the 7 dwarfs
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "In an apparent state of denial about why guns sales have surged at this time, the left-leaning USA Today disingenuously quotes a few so-called firearms experts and 'reports': 'Some gun industry analysts attributed the usual surge to a convergence of factors, including an increasing number of first-time buyers seeking firearms for protection and women who are being drawn to sport shooting and hunting.' ... [T]he daily quotes Dennis Henigan, acting president of the Brady Center ... as saying th[at] 'he was 'skeptical' of the Black Friday gun surge, adding 'I think there is no real significance at all. … It's possible that gun companies are just catching on to creating a Black Friday frenzy for themselves.' REALLY!" ...
 

Snap Caps Just Changed My Life (videos available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I’ve been doing a lot of shooting lately for TTAG. Unfortunately, not many of those shots have been for my own personal pleasure or joy. I’ve been really focused on collecting data or trying to break something. Even though I have put thousands of rounds down range this year, I haven’t focused on becoming a better shooter. My peers call that 'a really sucky situation.'"

"With my fiancée working another graveyard shift and the cat giving me the stinkeye, I decided to hit the range with my very dusty 1911. I wanted to put some holes in paper just for the sake of putting holes in paper. And honestly, the old girl needed some attention (the 1911, not my fiancée)." ...
 

The Slings (But Not Arrows) Of Outrageous Fortune (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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VIDEO: Reloading .300 AAC Blackout Using 5.56 Brass
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the big benefits of the .300 AAC Blackout round is that you can use 5.56 NATO brass and turn it into .300 BLK with not too much extra work. I got bored last night and made this video describing the process in detail, walking you through the entire reloading process for .300 BLK. Make the jump for a quick comparison of the price of factory .300 BLK versus reloads." ...
 

Ask Foghorn: Maintaining Accuracy When the Barrel Heats Up?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Nathan asks:"
"I have a standard basic Bushmaster M4 carbine. I’ve noticed lately that it’s accuracy decreases very significantly when the gun heats up a bit. Small fist sized groups at 25 yards become double the size after a magazine or two through the gun over the course of a few minutes. This seems to occur when shooting while standing, or when using the indoor range’s bench to support the vertical foregrip ... So the question is, would adding a free-floated handguard to my rifle be likely to increase it’s accuracy once the barrel heats up? If so, any guess by how much?"
"It sounds to me like you’ve properly identified the problem, but you’ve got the wrong solution. Let me see if I can steer you down the proper path…" ...
 

Question Of The Day: What’s The Stupidest Range Rule You’ve Ever Seen?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After shooting at literally dozens of shooting quarries, designated shooting areas, public ranges and the occasional snooty private range, I thought I’d seen every stupid rule and regulation out there. Bans on 'rapid fire' ('rapid fire' meaning firing faster than a speeding Brown Bess musket)? Check. Bans on prone/kneeling/offhand firing? Take your pick, I've been there. Bans on loading more than three rounds in your magazine? More common than I once believed. One unnamed private shooting range (just south of Portland, Oregon, cough cough) even prohibits you from setting down your closed and locked gun case in the wrong direction."

"But threatening felony prosecution for scrounging brass? I guess I hadn't seen it all." ...
 

TX: States should rule on concealed-carry laws
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... "Congress is once again considering a national right-to-carry reciprocity bill. The measure would allow individuals who possess a concealed handgun license to carry a concealed weapon in any state that also has a statute that allows residents to obtain licenses or permits to carry concealed firearms."

"Yet plenty of people can obtain concealed-carry permits in other states who would not qualify for them in Texas. And as the Times report demonstrates, there are plenty of others to whom no law-abiding Texan would want to grant reciprocal rights." ...
 

UT: States’ rights extend beyond Utah borders
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... "Congress is considering legislation that would require all states to recognize each other’s concealed weapon permits. Utah’s failure to require certain levels of training for concealed weapon permit holders makes some states uncomfortable about Utah’s permits. They seem to feel that this would interfere with their right to regulate concealed weapon permits within their own state."

"Apparently Utah’s entire congressional delegation spoke out in favor of this federal legislation. Utah’s congressional representatives have been known to jump on the states’ rights bandwagon on other issues, so their support for this legislation is puzzling." ...
 

DoJ Dumps more than 1,000 pages of documents on House
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Department of Justice late Friday afternoon staged a 'document dump' of more than 1,000 pages related to the Operation Fast and Furious investigation, including some e-mail exchanges critical of Senator Charles Grassley, and one exchange that raises questions about what some Justice Department officials should have known was an erroneous statement in a Feb. 4, 2011 to Grassley."

"An earlier estimate of the number of documents from one sources has been reduced down from about 2,000, reported earlier by this column." ...
 

Memo Shows Early ATF Concern on Fast and Furious Probe Despite Claims
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"While federal officials publicly denounced a lone whistleblower and told Congress the Obama administration had done everything it could to stop guns from going to Mexico, administration officials had signs that Fast and Furious investigators were losing track of weapons, a new memo ... suggests."

"The memo, written in early February by Agent Gary Styers with the [ATF], appears to corroborate allegations made a few weeks earlier by whistleblower ATF Agent John Dodson about the gunrunning probe. It also conflicts with a letter from Assistant Attorney General Ron Weich to Congress, in which he insisted, 'The allegation ... that ATF 'sanctioned' or otherwise knowingly allowed the sale of assault weapons ... is false.'" ...
 

Traditional Friday Night DOJ Docu-Dump a whopping 1400 pages. Blaming Arizona. Don't look at us, DOJ sez. "Willing stooges for the Gun Lobby."
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"NPR: Justice Withdraws Inaccurate 'Fast And Furious' Letter It Sent To Congress."
"Under fire for losing track of weapons that turned up at crime scenes along the Southwest border, the Justice Department has taken the extraordinary step of formally withdrawing an inaccurate letter about the episode that it sent to Congress earlier this year." ...
"CBS: Justice Dept. Fast and Furious emails show disagreement over response to Grassley"
"More than 1,000 pages of frenzied email exchanges were fired back and forth among Justice Department officials, as they weighed how to respond to initial inquires about the gunwalker scandal. ..." ...
 

An Honest Look at Ron Paul
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Second Amendment: Congressman Paul is as faithful a friend to Americans’ right to bear arms as any that it has ever had. He has made legislative proposals to repeal both the Brady Bill and the ban on “assault weapons.” Furthermore, Paul has sponsored legislation that would withdraw America from the United Nations, an international body that has sought to impose 'gun control' plans ... around the world. Paul, it would appear, has this peculiar notion that it is unconscionable that American taxpayers should be forced to subsidize such efforts. Finally, Paul authored a bill that would permit airline pilots and other 'specially trained law enforcement personnel' to carry firearms aboard commercial airlines." ...
 

GA: Home stretch for House 68 race
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With a crowded field of six candidates in the Georgia House District 68 special election Tuesday, the prevailing strategy is to be one of the top two vote-getters for a spot in the Jan. 3 runoff."

"The five Republicans and one Libertarian are busy this weekend, trying to establish their candidacies as the one to fill the vacant seat for the last year of a two-year term." ...

"Dustin 'Dusty' Hightower, 30, Carrollton, Republican, attorney:" ...

"'As a conservative Republican, I will support zero-based budgeting, financial responsibility and transparency within our government. I will fight to protect our Second Amendment right to bear arms and make sure this right is not infringed upon. ...'" ...
 

Rep. Walsh to UN: No Gun Control Treaties
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Representative Joe Walsh (R-IL) has drafted a bill that would block U.S. funding to the United Nations if it seeks to implement gun control measures affecting U.S. citizens."

"Despite victories by gun owners in elections and legislative battles throughout the country in recent years, on the international front gun control is moving quickly."

"Most significantly, in 2012 the UN plans to release a final draft of the Arms Trade Treaty—a treaty that will have severe consequences for American gun owners." ...
 

Familiar theme in Seattle’s ‘living in denial’ Supreme Court petition
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The City of Seattle is arguing that a state appeals court 'misread' earlier case law regarding Washington State’s model preemption act, which sounds vaguely reminiscent of what the gun prohibition lobby contended after the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2008 landmark Second Amendment ruling in District of Columbia v. Dick Anthony Heller."

"More than two years ago, this column (which bears re-visiting) discussed that 'living in denial' approach to reality, and yesterday’s petition for review by Seattle shows the city needs some adult supervision. Mayor Mike McGinn and his administration didn’t get their way, so there obviously was a mistake on the part of the Appeals Court." ...
 

MI: Amicus Brief in the Michigan Second Amendment Stun Gun Case
Submitted by: rick schwartz
Website: http://www.weprotectyourkids.com

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"Michael Smith and I have just filed an amicus brief that I drafted for Arming Women Against Rape & Endangerment (AWARE) in the Michigan Second Amendment stun gun case, People v. Yanna. As I noted in April, a Michigan trial court had struck down the Michigan stun gun ban on Second Amendment grounds; the case is now on appeal to the Michigan Court of Appeals." ...
 

NY: Judge turns back challenge to gun-receipt law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A law prohibiting an individual under felony indictment from receiving firearms does not violate that individual's constitutional right to bear arms or presumption of innocence, a Brooklyn federal judge ruled on Friday."

"However, equating possessing the firearm with receiving it does violate Second Amendment protections, U.S. District Judge Jack Weinstein wrote in a 57-page opinion, rejecting a standard set forth by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in the case United States v. Rivera." ...
 

Dozens of Teenage Boy Scout Explorers Have Been Sexually Abused by Cops; Should Scouts Share the Blame?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "In recent decades, more than 100 police officers have had sex with Explorers they were entrusted with mentoring, the vast majority of them underage. In just the past year, two sheriff's deputies in San Bernardino, California, were arrested for having sex with underage girls; a New York City cop was charged with child sex abuse after sending racy text messages to a 15-year-old; an officer in Bremerton, Washington, was reprimanded for sleeping with an 18-year-old; and a former cop in Burlington, North Carolina, pleaded guilty to taking liberties with a minor after being accused of having sex with a 14-year-old he'd taken on ride-alongs." ...
 

TSA airport screeners stop teen with handgun design on pocketbook
Submitted by: rick schwartz
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"With Christmas approaching, it is reassuring to see that the Transportation Security Administration is stepping up its vigilance. Anyone attempting to pass through airport security carrying a weapon will be stopped. There will be no exceptions—not even when the weapon is merely a design on an item of apparel."

"Seventeen-year-old Vanessa Gibbs learned this ridiculous lesson the hard way when screeners at Norfolk International Airport flagged her clutch because of its 'arresting' style, which includes a relief replica of a small pistol." ...
 

Senate Passes Controversial Defense Bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In the midst of allegations of police brutality and police aggression at the OWS protests, the U.S. Senate approved a bill that is said to 'explicitly create a police state': the National Defense Authorization Act. The NDAA, passed by a vote of 93 to 7, virtually stated that all of the United States may be considered a battlefield, and therefore the American military is permitted to indefinitely detain any American perceived to be a threat."

"Several amendments were proposed by both Democrats and Republican Senators, which would have deleted the dangerous provisions that would allow the indefinite detention of American citizens. While most of those amendments were overwhelming voted down, a single compromise amendment was passed ...
 

Does the NDAA Authorize Detention of US Citizens?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I gather that there has been some confusion as to whether S. 1867, the NDAA bill currently pending in the Senate, should be read as (i) requiring the use of military detention for US citizens in some circumstances, (ii) authorizing it but not requiring it, or (iii) precluding it. The best reading of the language currently in the bill is (ii): Section 1031 and 1032 when read in conjunction suggest that US citizens are included in the grant of detention authority contained in section 1031, while being expressly excluded from the language in section 1032 that appears on the surface to affirmatively requires resort to detention for a subset of the persons made detainable by section 1031." ...
 

CA: Artist claims Santa Rosa police used excessive force (videos available)
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"A west county artist claims he was a victim of police brutality by Santa Rosa officers during an arrest caught on videotape after the Handcar Regatta in September."

"Thomas R. Flournoy, 50, says in court documents that he suffered three broken ribs and facial bruising when he was repeatedly punched while being held on the ground by at least three patrolmen."

"The Sept. 25 incident near Fifth and Wilson streets in Railroad Square was recorded by a witness carrying a cellphone camera and posted on YouTube, where it has received more than 1,300 hits." ...
 

OH: Police Dogs Benefit From Double Standards, Too
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"We know what can happen if your dog so much as growls at a cop. But what happens when a police dog attacks a kid? Well, we get to hear about the dog’s exemplary service record."
"Police say the Friday attack of the department’s police dog, Storm, on an 8-year-old boy was an unfortunate accident, but Storm has done much more good than bad during his time with the department." ...
 

MO: Barry County jury returns guilty verdict in Massa trial
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"A Barry County jury just minutes ago returned a verdict of guilty in the manslaughter trial of police officer Brian Massa." ...

"The officer maintained that Stacy was trying to run him down with a Chevrolet Suburban after he exited his patrol car. But a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigator found that the trajectories of the four shots fired by Massa at Stacy came from angles behind the Suburban after it had passed the officer in the roadway."
 

LA: Former New Orleans police officer sentenced to 5 years in Danziger Bridge cover-up
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A federal judge sentenced former New Orleans police officer Robert Barrios to five years in prison Thursday afternoon for his role in the cover-up of the Danziger Bridge shootings after Hurricane Katrina. Barrios was the last of the five ex-cops who cooperated with federal prosecutors to be sentenced."

"U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon followed in the footsteps of his colleagues on the federal bench in New Orleans, imposing the stiffest sentence allowed by law on the former officer."

"Barrios was charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice. As part of his guilty plea, he acknowledged lying about the shootings on Sept. 4, 2005." ...
 

NM: Should burping at school be a criminal offense?
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"A lawyer representing a 13-year-old student who was arrested for burping in class says there's a nationwide problem of schools handing off discipline to police."

"'They're calling it the public schools to prison pipeline,' says civil rights attorney Shannon Kennedy. 'They're criminalizing these delinquent acts instead of the traditional where you have a principal who disciplines children.'" ...

"'A seventh grade boy burped once, a bunch of other boys laughed, maybe other people burped. It disrupted the P.E. class to the chagrin of this female teacher who called a school resource officer and had this boy handcuffed and charged with ... Interfering with Public Education, a petty misdemeanor." ...
 

WV: Wheeling Police Officer Charged in Sex Assault
Submitted by: West Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc.
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"West Virginia State Police arrested Wheeling Police Officer Matthew Kotson Thursday on sexual assault charges after he was allegedly seen peering in the window of a local Catholic grade school where one of the alleged witnesses in the case is employed."

"State Police Sgt. Scott Adams said troopers arrested the 31-year-old Kotson, who has served with the city's police department for eight years, near St. Vincent de Paul Parish School in Elm Grove at 4:30 p.m. Thursday." ...

"The alleged victim said Kotson was at her Wheeling residence when he began making unsolicited sexual advances, reaching under her shirt. The woman's repeated refusals did not deter Kotson ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Mr. Kotson is one of several Wheeling police officers involved in WVCDL member Keith Owen Campbell's pending open carry harassment lawsuit. http://www.wvcdl.org/litigation/Wheeling-Campbell/
 

IL: The Ranks Of Gun Owners Swelled On Black Friday In Illinois (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"While Illinois may be the only state that does not have some form of concealed carry, it was not left out of the rise in sales of firearms on Black Friday. According to WLS-TV in Chicago, the Illinois State Police reported a 42% increase in the number of applications for Firearms Owner ID (FOID) cards on Black Friday compared to last year. Almost 2,900 new applications were received for FOID cards this year. Bear in mind that these are NEW (would-be) gun owners because once you have a FOID card it covers all your guns and is good for 10 years." ...
 

OH: Ohio's restaurant & car carry law in effect for two months, but where is the carnage?
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"It has been two months since concealed carry in restaurants became law in Ohio and onerous car carry rules were removed. Once again the anti-gun editorial boards and fear mongers were wrong. Carrying a 'hidden gun,' as the 'guns in bars' -types like to call it, is proving to be no more dangerous than the 'hidden' car keys carried by the same person in the same establishment."

"It was a long hard fight for such a common sense law, but it was worth it. In the first month of the new law I left my gun in my car in more secure locations than my glove box, which is probably the first place a criminal would look for something valuable. ..." ...
 

 

NC: Statewide Second Amendment group opposes Winston-Salem ordinance
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"A North Carolina nonprofit organization that advocates for Second Amendment rights is trying to rally Winston-Salem residents opposed to a new city ordinance that prohibits guns in certain parts of some of the city's parks and recreation facilities."

"Grass Roots North Carolina, which is based in Raleigh, issued an alert this week saying the ordinance, which the city council passed Nov. 21, violates state law. The alert also says the nonprofit is considering filing a lawsuit against the city, though Paul Valone, president of Grass Roots North Carolina, said he could not comment on possible litigation." ...
 

NJ: Gun Lawyer EVAN NAPPEN to Address NJ Gun Owners at Free Public Meeting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A friendly reminder about your event registration:"

"American Legion Post 129 – 2025 Church Road – Toms River, NJ
840 Piney Hollow Road
Winslow, NJ
Date: 03 Dec 2011 7:00 PM EST
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"You all know Evan Nappen as the Attorney who wrote the book on New Jersey Gun Laws. NJ Firearms owners have been relying upon the information in Evan’s book since the first edition."

"Evan will be talking about his book as well as current issues of concern to NJ Firearms owners. Most importantly, he has agreed to open things up for an extensive Q&A session after his presentation. During the Q&A, Evan will address the NUMEROUS concerns that we have as gun owners in New Jersey." ...
 

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