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California Cities Cases Against Firearms Industry Rejected on Appeal
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"Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc., the nation's largest firearms manufacturer, is pleased to announce that on February 10, 2005, the First Appellate District, Division One, in the Court of Appeals of the State of California, unanimously affirmed that the 'unfair trade practice' and 'public nuisance' lawsuits filed by San Francisco, Berkeley, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Compton, Inglewood, and West Hollywood, and the counties of San Mateo and Alameda, were properly dismissed by the trial court ..."

"This is the latest in a long string of cases at both the trial and appeals court levels holding that manufacturers of lawfully-sold, non-defective firearms are not legally at fault if these products are subsequently illegally acquired or misused by criminals."
 

Second Amendment Rights Group Cheers Dismissal of Gun Lawsuit
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"A Second Amendment rights group is applauding a California appeals court decision to dismiss anti-gun lawsuits brought by several California cities and counties."

"The lawsuit, which was originally dismissed by a state superior court judge in March 2003, was filed by Berkeley, Compton, Inglewood, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, and West Hollywood as well as the counties of San Mateo and Alameda. The First Appellate District, Division One, in the Court of Appeals of the state of California upheld the dismissal."

"The Second Amendment Foundation Friday called the case, 'clearly one more in a series of dismissals of a frivolous legal action against a highly-regulated industry. ...'"
 

AL: Home surveillance system clears man in shooting of brother-in-law
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A home surveillance tape cleared a Lacey Spring's man in the fatal shooting of his brother in law."

"After watching the recording of the shooting in a home garage, a Morgan County grand jury found that Terry Lynn Davis shooting his brother-in-law was justified as self-defense."
 

AL: Grand jury clears Lacey's Spring man in 2004 shooting death (Another report)
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"A Morgan County grand jury declined to indict a Lacey's Spring man who authorities said fatally shot his brother-in-law in self-defense during an argument about an automobile garage key."

"Morgan Sheriff Greg Bartlett said authorities released Terry Lynn Davis after viewing a tape of the March 2004 shooting that was recorded by a home audio-video surveillance system."

"Davis and Jeffrey Frank Hann, 36, also of Lacey's Spring, were arguing because Hann did not want him to have a key to the garage they shared."

"'The investigation of the incident ... indicated that the fatal wounding of Mr. Hann was an act of self-defense,' Bartlett said in March." ...
 

CA: Burglar-alarm policy prompts call to arms
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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With his city's police force poised to become the first in California to stop responding to most burglar alarms, Fremont insurance salesman Dennis Wolfe is urging his fellow citizens to arm themselves.

" 'I absolutely believe everybody should own a gun in Fremont now,' " Wolfe said Thursday. 'If the police aren't going to protect us, we have to protect ourselves.' "
 

CA: Fremont man's gun proposal goes way too far
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"In Wolfe's world, everyone would have a concealed carry permit 'so you can have your gun immediately ready should you enter your home and a burglar is inside,' he wrote." ...

"Certainly the NRA will argue with us, but American homes need fewer guns, not more guns. The Second Amendment zealots can argue all they want, but common sense tells you that if more people have guns, more people will get shot. And they won't just be the bad guys."

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KABA Note: Unfortunately for this particular anti-gun "zealot" his "common sense" and actual FACTS are not in agreement.
 

MA: Chief right to withhold gun license (Letter)
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"Police Chief O'Leary is right in withholding a gun license from someone with a history of anti-social behavior (page one story Feb. 3). To issue one would probably violate the Brady Law. More particularly the story contains one frequently encountered misstatement: That the former licensees were denied '..attempts to exercise the constitutional right to keep and bear arms.' "

"No such right exists. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled six times since 1939 that there is no individual right to own and bear arms. The Second Amendment, which at least one high court jurist has advocated repealing because it is so often misinterpreted, states that only members of a well-regulated militia have any constitutional gun right. ..."
 

UT: ClickBam! Guns are already fast enough
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The right of individuals to own firearms is clear under the Constitution. But with rights come responsibilities. All gun owners should practice strict self-discipline when it comes to handling their firearms. Virtually every gun accident is the result of a failure to follow basic safety procedures. And they're all preventable."

"But Utah Sen. Mark Madsen, a Republican from Eagle Mountain, is drafting a law (SB 175) that would give gun owners the legal go-ahead to be unsafe. He wants the State of Utah to give its blessing to loaded firearms in motor vehicles."
 

FL: Harrowing tales create support for deadly force bill
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"A gun barrel to the head was enough to convince Sen. Jim King to favor broadening the state's deadly force laws. Another senator on the Criminal Justice Committee also is a believer after twice facing intruders in her bedroom."

"The National Rifle Association-backed bill establishes a legal presumption a home intruder is there to do bodily harm. Any use of deadly force by a homeowner is then justified by definition. The same presumption applies to someone who forcibly enters a car."

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It appears that all it takes is a gun to a politician’s head to make him learn.
 

FL: Lawmaker: Law To Allow Fla. Judges To Carry Concealed Weapon
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"One state lawmaker says judges should be allowed to carry a concealed weapon because they're targets of serious threats."

"Representative David Simmons says he decided to push the plan after talking with a Central Florida judge who was concerned for his and his colleagues' safety."

"The plan would allow judges to carry a concealed weapon at any time with some exceptions. They could not bring weapons into prisons, jails or airports."
 

GA: Bill Allows Guns in Restaurants
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"A bill recently proposed in the Georgia Legislature will allow people with permits to carry their gun into restaurants. The bill hasn’t moved too far at the Capitol yet, but it has started a lot of table talk."

"In nearly half a century, Manuel's Tavern has seen many political arguments, but managers and regulars said it never gets to the point where they would feel safer with guns in the place."
 

IL: Police Rethink Taser Program In Wake Of Man's Death
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"Three days after a teenage boy was hospitalized after Chicago police used a Taser gun on him, a man has died after being stunned by a Taser gun. Now, police are suspending a program that would have put Taser guns into the hands of 100 more police officers." ...

"On Monday, a teenager's heart stopped after police used a stun gun on him. Medics called police to the Uhlich Facility, located at 3737 N. Mozart St., on Monday because the 14-year-old boy reportedly had a violent outburst and wouldn't allow medics to tend to his bloody hands."
 

MD: Ban on customers works about as well as ban on guns
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"A bank that has been robbed so many times it bans customers from coming inside was held up again anyway on Friday."

"Anyone using the Bank of America branch on Silver Hill Rd. has been forced to go to the drive-up or the ATM for the last few months, after managers got fed up with the repeated heists. But when one of the tellers went out for a break, a robber saw a window of opportunity."
 

Outgunned! - A book review
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"Robert A. Waters’ first book, The Best Defense, dramatically retold modern true stories of private citizens who successfully defended themselves with firearms. In Outgunned, Robert and his co-author John T. Waters, reach back into history to remind us that several notorious career criminals were stopped by armed citizens. Many Americans know about Jesse James, some know about the Dalton Gang, but how many know that these crooks and other nasty fellows were actually stopped by ordinary folks with firearms?"

"Outgunned reads like a thriller, delivering the factual accounts with dramatic pacing and vivid details. ..."
 

The battle we fight -- A book review
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" 'Second Amendment enthusiasts aren’t wild about guns, we’re wild about Liberty.' Thus begins Section II of John Longenecker’s first book, The Battle We Fight. Straight talk is Longenecker’s style throughout the book, and it succeeds well to convey his message of liberty, common sense, and the vital importance of the right to keep and bear arms."

"Gun ownership, and the right to carry firearms, are not about hobby shooting or exuding macho prowess. Longenecker explains that firearms ownership and carrying have to do with the private right and duty to protect yourself and your family – and – the right and duty to protect the community by deterring and stopping violent crime."
 

OK: Protective Order Filed Just Hours Before Murder-Suicide
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Submitter's Note: I called the number of the plant and got a customer service rep named Brenda on the line. I told her I was Sergeant Beall of the Gun Owners Of America and asked her if the company had a policy preventing employees from carrying guns on the premises. She said they had a sign on the door and an employee disarmament policy (my paraphrase). I told her it didn't seem to work very well, and she apologized. I thanked her for her time and hung up.

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"A tragic murder-suicide at an east Tulsa electronics plant came just hours after the victim filed a protective order against the gunman."

"Catherine Tudor was gunned down by her ex-husband, Cory Baker, Thursday afternoon at the Lowrance Electronics plant on East Skelly Drive. Tudor filed a protective order on Thursday morning after ex-relatives called to warn her."
 

VA: Gun lobbyists to sue over ban at Capitol
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Gun rights lobbyists said yesterday that they will sue the state for its ban on weapons at the state Capitol."

" 'They've given us no choice, we're preparing to file a lawsuit,' said Philip Van Cleave, president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League."

"The new ban, implemented last year by a handful of powerful lawmakers without a public hearing, forbids anyone without a concealed-weapons permit to openly carry weapons into the Capitol or the General Assembly building nearby."
 

KY: Pregnant Ky. Woman Kills Attacker
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"A nine-months' pregnant woman fought off and killed a knife-wielding woman who may have been trying to steal the baby, police said Friday."

"Police said 26-year-old Sarah Brady acted in self-defense in killing Katherine Smith on Thursday. No charges were filed."

"Smith, 22, had been falsely telling neighbors for weeks that she was pregnant, and a search of her apartment after her death revealed a full baby nursery, investigators said."

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Details reveal Brady stabbed Smith to death in self defense.
 

Smith & Wesson 686P Stocking Dealer Special
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"To satisfy the need for small runs of special-feature handguns, Smith & Wesson developed the Stocking Dealer program. With this arrangement, dealers who are willing to stock a certain level of S&W regular-production handguns have exclusive access to small runs of special guns for which the factory feels there is a definite demand."

"Invariably, the Stocking Dealer specials sell quite well, and everyone ends up happy. And if the demand exceeds the supply, well, they just make more. It is clever marketing and ends up providing shooters with great handguns, like the one at hand."
 

GA: Sheriff's gun fund-raiser
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February 16th is the deadline for licensed gun dealers to present closed bids for some of the Grady County Sheriff's Office's surplus pistols. Their are eighteen Smith and Wesson .9 millimeters up for grabs, including five unused ones.

Sheriff Harry Young says he's hoping to get about 300-dollars per gun. He wants to use that money to equip his deputies with Tasers. He says Tasers are one of the best non-lethal tools in law enforcement today.
 

Norway: 20-year jail term for ex-Naval officer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"An appeals court in Bergen sentenced a former Naval officer to 20 years in prison on Friday for pre-meditated murder. Trond Ragnvald Ramsland was convicted of gunning down his ex-wife in a Bergen parking garage last year."

"Ramsland was also permanently relieved of his position in the Navy and ordered to pay NOK 1.2 million (USD 183,000) in damages and compensation."

"Prosecutors characterized the murder as 'brutal and cynical,' and one referred to it as 'a pure execution.' They had sought the maximum jail term possible in Norway, 21 years."

"Trond Ragnvald Ramsland was convicted for the second time last week of firing four shots from a pistol at his ex-wife, Ingse Rønnestad, at close range. ..." ...
 

New Zealand: Judge hands down real sentence for mock gun gesture
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"An unemployed Rotorua man who formed a mock pistol with his hands and pretended to shoot a judge in a courtroom had 95 previous convictions."

"In the Hamilton District Court yesterday, Errol Luke Tumarae, 36, pleaded guilty to intimidation, disorderly behaviour, possessing an offensive weapon, two charges of assault with a weapon and two charges of threatening to kill." ...

"Police prosecutor Sergeant Bill Cronin said Tumarae gestured at a friend in the packed public gallery before turning to the judge and making a pistol with his hands."

"He then held his arm out and imitated shooting the judge, who was looking down and writing at the time. Afterwards, he stood in the dock smiling."
 

Australia: Coloured guns to halt evil market
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"GUNS carried by security guards could be coloured orange in a bid to stop them being stolen by criminals."

"Making the guns brightly coloured would make them harder to conceal and less attractive to criminals, Police Commissioner Ken Moroney said yesterday."

"It is just one of the measures being considered in the war against illegal firearms."

"The idea follows the theft of two pistols and thousands of dollars from security guards as they emptied an ATM at Randwick on Tuesday night."
 

IL: Two Gun Situations at District 150 Schools Concern Officials
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"One of the students involved in this week’s gun incident in Peoria near Greeley Alternative School was at Woodruff High School right before being caught with a gun."

"District 150 officials say the student had been transferred from Woodruff to the alternative school after being the intended target at the Woodruff shooting more than two weeks ago."

"School Board member Alicia Butler says the student went to Woodruff to pick up medical papers."

"Butler says while she believes these incidents are isolated, they show the need for a better tracking system for troubled students."
 

Malaysia: 6 Months Sought For Aussie Yachtsman
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Prosecutors in Bali have recommended a six-month jail sentence for an Australian charged with illegal possession of firearms and ammunition."

"Chief prosecutor Ni Putu Indriati on Friday (11/2/05) told Denpasar District Court that Chris Packer, a former champion yachtsman, had failed to declare six firearms and over 2,500 bullets to port authorities."

"The charges carry a maximum penalty of 20 years behind bars, but Packer could be free within two months or sooner, as a result of the prosecution’s light sentencing demand. He has already spent three months in jail since his arrest on November 11 and judges are expected to hand down a more lenient sentence." ...
 

WA: Cascade Middle School student arrested after bringing .22-caliber pistol to school
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"A seventh-grader brought his big brother's revolver to Cascade Middle School on Thursday in hopes of trading it for a skateboard and a video game, police said."

"The talkative nature of middle-school students likely thwarted the 14-year-old boy's plan, police said. The boy pulled the pistol from his backpack to show several other male students while they were in the restroom, interim police chief Doug Wood said."

"Some of the students who saw the handgun either told school authorities or told other teens who then told teachers, Wood said. It is a gross misdemeanor under state law to bring a firearm onto a school campus." ...
 

TX: Texas reaches reciprocity deal with North Dakota
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AUSTIN Governor Rick Perry has announced a concealed handgun reciprocity agreement with North Dakota.

The agreement allows licensed gun-carrying Texans to have the same or similar privileges in those other states that they have in Texas to legally carry such weapons.

Texas now has reciprocity agreements with 16 states: Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah and Wyoming.

Concealed handgun laws vary from state to state.
 

The Tiger's Turn
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"Yipes, stripes! Magnum Research's Titanium Gold finish gives the Desert Eagle a whole new look. Back in India in the days of the Raj, British hunters used to carry a last-ditch handgun to deal with ticked-off tigers. Called Howdah pistols, these single- or double-barreled breechloaders were the real magnums of their day, often chambered in .577 caliber or 12 bore."

"Recently, Magnum Research has turned this concept around. This time it's the tiger that does the shooting. Sound confusing? Well, let me explain."
 

Canada: Police shoot dog; owner incensed
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"It was a shot heard round the building."

"The police had just finished a routine drug bust ... They had their suspect in custody when the sound of a single shot echoed through the hallways about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Amidst the ensuing mayhem, Robin Bouchey didn't realize there was a casualty until he saw one of his young dogs, Dog (pronounced D-O-G), licking the bloody wound of the other, Cleo."

"The police had shot Cleo, an eight-month-old puppy, in her right hind paw."

"'They had no right to shoot at them -- they weren't attacking them,' said Mr. Bouchey, whose girlfriend, Tracy Moore, owns the dogs. 'The dogs were just sitting there barking. They weren't being aggressive.'" ...
 

KY: Kenton jury acquits man of 1997 Covington shooting
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"A Kenton County jury on Thursday acquitted a Covington man of assault for shooting a man outside his house nearly eight years ago."

"It was a sweet victory for Victor McLane, who has long complained that he was the victim of a conspiracy to put and keep him in prison for the 1997 shooting."...

"A few hours after the verdict, McLane, 44, of 13th Street, was released from the Kenton County Jail, the first time he has been a free man since his arrest the day of the shooting, May 28, 1997." ...

"McLane has never denied shooting Roger Matthews twice -- once in the shoulder and once in the back. But he insisted the shooting was in self-defense -- saying Matthews confronted him and tried to break into his house, forcing McLane to protect himself." ...
 

Texas Man Seeks Laws to End 'Irresponsible Gun Ownership' (JTO)
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"The father of a 13-year-old girl who was killed last year in an unintentional shooting has embarked on a mission to achieve stronger gun storage and ownership laws in Texas ..." ...

"Braham is urging Texas lawmakers to create and air public-service announcements explaining that free gun locks are available across the state. Second, he is seeking a law that would make it a crime for any parent to keep a gun accessible to children. Third, Braham wants gun buyers to take and pass a mandatory safety exam when they buy a firearm."

 

MN: Common sense decision-making once prevailed in schools
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The current wave of suspensions of school students for getting out of hand in one way or another is spreading throughout the country. Mandatory suspensions deny the opportunity for the application of common sense by school personnel, especially administrators."

"I am reminded of an incident, which today would have required an automatic suspension, but since it happened around 1965, there was still room for real decision-making. What could have turned out badly, turned out very positively."

"One morning I intercepted an elementary school boy who was carrying a very large revolver. I asked him what he was doing with the pistol, and he said that he had brought it for show and tell. ..." ...
 

UK: Girl is beaten with pistol
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"A YOUNG woman was repeatedly hit with a handgun during an assault on Monday evening."

"The 19-year-old was walking along Abernethy Road in Lee when a man got out of a car and attacked her."

"The gun went off but the bullet did not hit anyone."

"The victim had been walking along the road with three other women at around 9.30pm when a car, believed to be burgundy in colour and containing two people, pulled up alongside them."

"The assailant got out of the car and attacked the teenager in front of her companions. He then got back into the vehicle and was driven off by his accomplice towards Lee High Road." ...
 

UK: Praise for PC who stopped gunman
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"AN ISLINGTON policeman has been praised for risking his life to tackle a gunman during an armed robbery."

"PC Nick Pamboris was off-duty when he wrestled Ian Rawlings to the ground with the help of bank worker Angela Demitrou."

"Rawlings from Kingsdown Road, Holloway, was jailed for 12 years on Wednesday. He shot securicor guard Nicholas Myers in the stomach with an 8mm pistol as he held up the NatWest bank in Green Lanes, Palmers Green, in October last year."

"At the Old Bailey on Wednesday, Judge Stephen Kramer QC paid tribute to the police officer's bravery."

"He said: 'He acted with considerable bravery in circumstances of great danger.'" ...
 

Taking The Federal Battle To The States! (NRA)
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"Since our strength lies in our grassroots power--in you!--the NRA-ILA Grassroots Division will be hosting FREE Grassroots-Legislative Workshops in states around the country to train and empower our members and supporters to ensure their voices are heard in the legislative process. These Workshops will help ensure our electoral success last year are transformed into legislative victories this year!"
 

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