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WA: Guns Don't Belong in State Legislature
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib issued an order last week that bars the public from carrying firearms into the state Senate viewing galleries. It takes effect when the Senate is in session starting Jan. 8. As presiding officer in the Senate, Habib cited employee safety in his decision and said a Senate rule lets him maintain decorum and order in the chambers. The Democrat, elected in 2016, also wants cost estimates for installing metal detectors at the doors to the galleries.
 

WA adds Nearly 20K Carry Licenses; Editorial Calls for Capitol Ban
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Only days after Washington Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib unilaterally declared the state Senate viewer gallery to be a “gun free zone,” the state’s largest newspaper reinforced its anti-gun editorial policy by calling for a ban on firearms throughout the state capitol in a Friday editorial.

In a bizarre coincidence, the state Department of Licensing released updated data Friday showing that there are now 591,366 active concealed pistol licenses in the state. This figure keeps the Evergreen State in the Top Ten per capita states where licensed concealed carry is the law, and it represents an increase of nearly 20,000 new CPLs since January.
 

Night Watchman Thumper is a Formidable Tactical Tool
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United Cutlery has a long history of designing and manufacturing tactical tools that can be used in real life situations, whether by law enforcement or civilians. Coming from a long line of personal defense weapons, the new Night Watchman Law Enforcement Thumper is a deterrent that can be counted on in the toughest situations. “We designed the Thumper as a lightweight but practically indestructible alternative to a defense baton or a tire thumper,” said Kit Rae, master knife and sword designer.
 

After Mass Shootings, Retired Military Commanders Urge Congress to Address 'Gun Violence Crisis'
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Sixteen of the nation’s top retired military commanders are urging Congress to pass gun control legislation, arguing that there are many steps that can be taken to curb gun deaths that do not violate the Second Amendment. In a letter they plan to send to Congressional leaders, the retired commanders, including Army Gens. Wesley Clark and Michael V. Hayden, Navy Admiral Eric T. Olson, Air Force Lt. Gen. Norman R. Seip and Marine Brig. Gen. Stephen A. Cheney, argue that Congress is “no longer speaking or voting for the majority of Americans, including gun owners” when it comes to the issue of firearms.
 

AR: Rutledge Calls on Congress to Allow Concealed Carry Reciprocity
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Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge joined a coalition of 25 states urging Congress to pass legislation to allow law-abiding individuals to travel state to state while lawfully exercising their right to carry. In the letter sent today to House and Senate leadership, the attorneys general explained that the Second Amendment historically has guaranteed the right to carry firearms outside the home for self-defense, but some states refuse to recognize any out-of-state concealed carry permits. The Attorneys General believe Congress should enact concealed carry reciprocity legislation to help implement the right to self-defense.
 

TX: Lt. Gov. Asks AG for Expedited Answer on Gun Rights, Security for Churches
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has asked the State’s attorney general to expeditiously issue a legal opinion about Texas law governing concealed handgun license holders carrying in churches. He has also asked for a legal conclusion about congregations’ freedom from regulatory fees for security teams. The Lt. Gov. vows to continue to support measures to clarify the law and protect gun rights in the Lone Star State.
 

HI: Policy Banning Guns for Legal Pot Users Under Review
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The Honolulu Police Department is reviewing a policy requiring medical marijuana users to turn over their firearms, police officials say. The department sent letters to at least 30 gun owners last month, saying they had 30 days to surrender or transfer ownership of their guns. The notices sparked backlash from residents, prompting the police review, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Friday.
 

CA: Saturday's Gun Buyback so Popular, Police Ran Out of Money
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San Diego police officers bought back 164 unwanted guns from people in South Bay on Saturday — a no-questions-asked event that proved so popular, officers ran out of the gift cards they gave in exchange for weapons. “We ran out of money,” said police Capt. Alberto Leos of the department’s Southern Division. “We gave out $25,000 in gift cards.”
 

NY: Pistol Permit Applications Steady in Jefferson, St. Lawrence Counties
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The number of pistol permits registered with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office saw a sizeable spike last year. In 2016, the Sheriff’s Office approved 849 permits — approximately 450 more permits than what were given in 2015. Even fewer permits were given in 2014, but more than 600 permits were approved in 2013 post-SAFE Act.
 

OR: Residents Concerned for Their Safety After Shooting at the Bailey
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Eugene Police are investigating a shooting that happened at The Bailey apartment complex early Saturday morning. The shooting happened at around 2 a.m., according to police. Witnesses said they saw someone being loaded into a car and then taken to the hospital. Police said they later found that car with two guns inside.
 

MA: Boston-Based Gun Control Group Sends Graphic ‘RSVP’
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A leading gun control group in Massachusetts is launching a graphic campaign to urge President Trump and members of Congress to “wipe the blood off your hands” by mandating background checks for all firearm sales and renewing the federal assault weapons ban. Stop Handgun Violence on Friday mailed fliers, fashioned as invitations, with photos of mass shooting victims to the White House and nearly 300 members of Congress who “vote with the NRA every time,” said the organization’s co-founder, John Rosenthal, in a phone interview late last week.
 

Don't Bring Your Gun to Church
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The recent eruption of gun violence at a church in Texas has some area churches buzzing. A few are contemplating beefing up security by adding cameras, armed security or perhaps even encouraging those with the proper carry permits to bring a weapon to church. “Years ago security at church was never thought of. But now we need to be more vigilant in protecting our churches and our congregations,” Washington County Virginia Sheriff Fred Newman was quoted Monday by the Bristol Herald Courier.
 

SD: Major Gun Auction Held in Lennox
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A major gun auction took place in Lennox Saturday.
Goeman Auction and Real Estate Incorporated held an auction to sell nearly 300 firearms, including rifles, shotguns, handguns, and even some antiques. More than 100 of the guns being sold come from the State Property Management and Surplus Department. Organizers of the event say there was a big turnout.
 

American Outdoor Brands Corporation (AOBC) EPS Estimated At $0.08
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Analysts expect American Outdoor Brands Corporation (NASDAQ:AOBC) to report $0.08 EPS on December, 7.They anticipate $0.60 EPS change or 88.24 % from last quarter’s $0.68 EPS. AOBC’s profit would be $4.32 million giving it 42.50 P/E if the $0.08 EPS is correct. After having $0.02 EPS previously, American Outdoor Brands Corporation’s analysts see 300.00 % EPS growth. The stock decreased 3.06% or $0.43 during the last trading session, reaching $13.6. About 1.35 million shares traded. American Outdoor Brands Corporation (NASDAQ:AOBC) has 0.00% since December 2, 2016 and is . It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500.
 

UT: AG Reyes Joins Effort for National Reciprocity
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Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes joins 23 other states in urging Congress to enact national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation. In a letter to Congress, the attorneys general ask representatives to support the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 (S. 446) and the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 (H.R. 38). “We share a strong interest in the protection of our citizens’ Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms, and we are committed to supporting federal and state policies to preserve that constitutional right,” the attorneys general wrote in the letter.
 

Neighborhood Gunfire" It Might Be Legal
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When Ryan Dietz heard gunfire from the wooded lot across the street from his Trillium Court home this week, he became concerned. The plot of land sits in a neighborhood off Timberlane Road and is situated not far from Interstate 10, an elementary school and a cemetery.
 

Pelosi's Double Standard an Example of Shameless Partisanship
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It's amazing how complicated simple principles can become when they're inconvenient to your team. Last Sunday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi created a mess for herself by insisting on NBC's "Meet the Press" that Rep. John Conyers deserves "due process" in the face of a series of accusations of improper conduct.
 

FL: Gun Store Burglaries, Often Brazen And Unresolved, Quadruple in 4 Years
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The Ford pickup pulled into the strip mall parking lot just before 3 a.m., its headlights reflecting on the glass exterior of the Tampa Arms Company. The truck sped forward, shattering the shop’s entrance. Grainy black-and-white security video captured what happened next: As the truck backed out, at least a dozen people in hoodies rushed in, jumping over counters and tearing guns off the walls.
 

Bill to Fix Gun Reporting System Draws Support From Both Sides
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Victor Benson will never forget the man who walked into his shop and said, “I want a gun to shoot my son-in-law.” Benson didn’t care whether the man was joking or not. “You just don’t walk in and say something like that,” said Benson, owner of the Freedom Shoppe in New Milford for the last 17 years. “I memorized what he looked like, and he’s never buying a gun from me.”
 

IL: Robbers Kidnap Elderly Chicago Woman, Force Her to Go to Bank and Hand Over Money
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An elderly Chicago woman was kidnapped and forced to hand over her money to robbers on Saturday. Police said that the two robbers approached the 81-year-old victim on North Clybourn in Lincoln Park. They asked her for help, then told her they had guns and forced her to drive to a bank on North Lincoln in Lakeview. There, they forced her to withdraw money and hand it over.
 

PA: Hunter Takes Down 600 Pound Bear
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A man in Pennsylvania shot and killed one of the biggest bears of the 2017 hunting season. Hunter Bo Bowser had been trying to bag a bear for 13 years, CBS Pittsburgh reported. "I would have taken a small one for my first one, but I can't complain about a 600-pounder," Bowser told CBS Pittsburgh.
 

Cast & Blast Outdoors: Bushy Tail Squirrel Hunt for a Change of Pace
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The first couple of weeks after the opening of deer season, I spend most of my available time sitting in a tree with my bow waiting on a mature buck. I really enjoy the peace and solitude of being in nature. It is a great way to relieve work stress and all the pressure that builds from a busy work schedule. If a shooter walks by and I get lucky to make a kill shot I will take it. However, understand that if nothing shows up, it is still a blessing to be able to enjoy the great outdoors.
 

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