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NRA Tells Conservatives to 'Remember New Orleans'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Larger than life images of law enforcement officers confiscating legally-possessed firearms from New Orleans residents, who were accused of no crimes, played on video screens at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C., on Saturday."

"National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre urged the audience to 'Remember New Orleans!'"

"'We're gonna make New Orleans the worst nightmare the gun ban crowd has ever seen, I promise you that,' LaPierre told listeners ..."

"LaPierre listed numerous studies by both government and private researchers, including some who oppose gun ownership, that show no correlation between gun control laws and reductions in violent crime." ...
 

The Lies Are Worth A Shot
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When you live in mortal fear of something like many gun control advocates do, it seems that nothing is off the table where debate (I use the term loosely) techniques are concerned. Even when there's little for them to use in the way of argument fodder, they'll take what there is and fold, bend, spindle and mutilate it to suit their needs at the time. On some occasions, when there's nothing at all to use they'll simply fabricate their 'evidence.' And, like so many falsehoods or misrepresentations, the more the lies are repeated, the more believable they become to the credulous members of the public." ...
 

Putting Bullets To The Test
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Cartridge making is a complicated science. A manufacturer has to engineer reliability into the cartridge. Even the slightest degree of variance from cartridge to cartridge could produce disastrous results."

"For example, a millimeter change in the overall length can change its velocity. In a semi automatic, the base of the cartridge is clamped firmly against the breech area where the firing pin protrudes when ready to fire. When the powder is ignited, the bullet jumps a gap from the case mouth, which holds the bullet firmly in the cartridge, to the rifling. A certain percentage of the burning gases will escape around the moving bullet until it creates a seal with the barrel. ..." ...
 

Cheney Shooting Latest Addition to Hundreds of Thousands of Americans Injured and Killed by Guns During Bush Administration, Says Violence Policy Center
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Saturday's shooting of a fellow hunter by Vice President Dick Cheney was just one more addition to the more than quarter million Americans who have been injured by firearms during President George W. Bush's tenure. From 2001 through 2004, the most recent year available, 252,076 Americans were injured by firearms according to federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data. From 2001 through 2003, the most recent year available, nearly 30,000 Americans a year were killed by firearms according to information from the CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control." ...
 

The Shotgun Speedload
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Nothing matches the versatility of the police-issue shotgun. In the right hands, it is fast and accurate at typical encounter distances and packs enough of a wallop to stop deadly threats instantly. Its flexibility in ammunition selection is unmatched by any other weapon, and its lack of large magazine capacity is not a detriment if officers can be properly taught how to reload when empty."

"Unlike other police firearms, in an emergency the shotgun can be quickly reloaded with one shell by dropping it directly into the ejection port. This technique is called speedloading and is a necessary component of basic shotgun training. Unfortunately, the shotgun speedload technique can be taught incorrectly. ..." ...
 

Apparently Getting 'Peppered' is No Big Deal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I was struck by the positive spin attached to the Associated Press article appearing this morning in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, entitled 'Cheney peppers fellow Texas hunter with shotgun blast'?"

"One rarely hears of convenience store clerks merely being 'peppered'. Generally the term used for this sort of incident would be more along the lines of 'gunned down'. Mobsters are 'taken out'. You can be 'done-in'. Shootings are usually described as 'tragic', 'inexplicable', 'justifiable' or 'under investigation'. They may be 'drive-by', 'drug-related', or 'in self-defense'. More often 'in Cold Blood'."

"It would be interesting to get Mr. Whittington's take on being 'peppered'. ..." ...
 

LA: Store clerk kills suspected robber
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Police say an Alexandria man was shot and killed during what is believed to have been a failed holdup attempt.

Lieutenant Mike Rennier says 29-year-old Walter Louis Walker was shot in the head at least two times yesterday by a clerk when he attempted to rob Tobacco Hut Number Two.

The clerk told police that Walker approached the counter and demanded money while holding his hands in his pockets as if holding a gun.

Rennier said the clerk then shot Walker and called police to the scene. Walker was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police found no weapon, and concluded he had only pretended to have a gun.

Rennier says an initial investigation indicates the shooting was an act of self-defense. The shooting remained under investigation.
 

NY: Jeanine Pirro: Pistol Packing A.G. Candidate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Seeking to dispel the notion that her liberal views on abortion, gay rights and gun control might make her not to their liking, state attorney general candidate Jeanine Pirro told the state Conservative Party leadership on Monday that when it comes to guns, she knows a bit about lock and load."

"Republican Pirro, the former Westchester County district attorney, said her main goal has been to keep illegal guns out of circulation, not curtail legal gun ownership."

"'I have done everything I can to get them off the street, to make them accountable, to increase penalties for those who have and traffic in illegal guns,' Pirro said." ...
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Submitter's Note: How do you make guns 'accountable'?
 

KY: Keep gun registrations public
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Kentucky gun owners want deeper cover for concealed-carry. House Bill 920 would conceal permit holders' names - which are now public record - from the press or public view. HB 920 cleared the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday and is expected to pass the House. A similar bill was introduced in the Ohio House last September but has yet to make it out of the Criminal Justice Committee."

"Gun owners argue confidentiality is a privacy right. They say public access to their names makes them a target for robbers and burglars and defeats the purpose of keeping criminals in the dark about who is carrying. ... If HB 920 passes, Kentuckians will have no way of knowing if sheriff's offices are issuing permits to criminals or the mentally ill." ...
 

OH: Kentucky fighting open records provisions worse than Ohio (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Cincinnati Enquirer has published an editorial Keep gun registrations public -- revealing just what the anti-gun liberal media thinks of concealed carry applicant information:"

"'gun registrations'"

"The information isn't registration of gun owners, nor was it ever meant to be. In Alaska and Vermont gun owners can simply carry a concealed firearm without so much as asking or telling anyone in the public or the government that they're going to do so."

"In more than forty states such as Ohio and Kentucky, a system of checks and balances put in place through licensing, much like a driver's license, has been implemented to define who can and can not carry a firearm for self-defense." ...
 

KS: Concealed carry not a freedom issue
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"Sen. Phil Journey, R-Haysville, calls concealed carry an issue of freedom."

"With all due respect, Sen. Journey is wrong."

"Concealed carry is an issue of security."

"We have freedom. We worship as we wish. We speak our minds. We join political groups — or not. We vote — or not. We criticize our government without restraint."

"When it comes to security, we are not so sure we have it." ...

"We do not need to worry that a man across the table at a civic bean feed might spill his coffee, explode in anger and wield a gun."

"We do not need to worry that a road-raged motorist might jump from his or her vehicle to terrorize us and our children with a pistol." ...

"In short, we do not need concealed carry."
 

MO: They’ll be packing in churches!
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"If the Kansas concealed-carry bill becomes law, look for Beecher Bible and Rifle Church in Wabaunsee to hang a new sign out front:"

"'No guns allowed.'"

"'I imagine we would,' said John Sumners, treasurer of the church named for the rifles Beecher’s founders brought to Bleeding Kansas 150 years ago. 'But will it come to that?'"

"Hard telling, but it just might."

"By a seemingly veto-proof (but don’t count on it) margin, the Kansas Senate sent to the House last week a concealed-carry bill similar to the one Gov. Kathleen Sebelius vetoed two years ago."

"And by a similarly lopsided vote, the Senate also struck down Sen. David Wysong’s proposed amendment that would have kept weapons out of all houses of worship." ...
 

MA: City seeks safeguards on sale of bullets
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"With firearm violence in Boston continuing to surge, police and city officials are looking for new anticrime tools, potentially including limiting ammunition sales, recording who buys ammunition, and using a new technology that transfers a gun's serial number onto a bullet's shell casing any time the gun is fired, said two officials who know about the plans." ...
 

TN: Leave your guns at home
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A proposal to allow guns to be carried in bars and restaurants was a bad idea last year and a bad idea this year."

"Gun advocates are reportedly reloading and aiming for approval this year of a state bill that would allow gun permit holders to take their guns into establishments that serve alcohol. Lawmakers should reject such a dangerous idea." ...

"The proposal calls for allowing people with gun-carry permits to be allowed to take their guns into bars, restaurants and other establishments where alcohol is served as long as the carriers don't drink alcohol themselves. Establishments would have the option of posting signs saying they do not allow guns. ..." ...
 

AZ: AZ House OKs bill to expand grounds for using deadly force
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"The House wants to have Arizona follow Florida's lead and enact a so-called 'castle doctrine' law that permits use of deadly force against an intruder who illegally enters a home or vehicle - not necessarily just when force is believed to be necessary to protect someone from physical force."

"Besides expanding the legal justification for using deadly force, the legislation backed by the National Rifle Association would state a person has no duty to back away before threatening or using force."

"The House's 36-21 vote on Monday sent the bill (HB2392) to the Senate, where similar legislation is pending." ...
 

HI: Hawaii's Women Fighting Against Violence Will Support Concealed Carry Bill Pending in State Legislature
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... "These are just four examples of innocent women in Hawaii who were viciously attacked, raped and murdered, by men who overpowered them -- women who never had the chance to call 9-1-1 for help -- women who could not have been protected by police in time to prevent their attack even if they had the opportunity to pick up the phone, dial 9-1-1 ..."

"A group of local women say they will fight against such violent acts -- not with a demonstration or protest -- but with legislation they plan to endorse. They are spending this Tuesday, Feb. 14, their Valentine's Day, at a hearing at the Hawaii State Capitol, where they will ask state lawmakers to pass a bill that allows law-abiding citizens to carry a firearm for protection." ...
 

WI: A hypocritical child safety law
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"A measure ... to promote traffic safety for children passed the state Senate and is now only a governor’s signature away from requiring all children ages eight or younger to sit in a booster seat while riding in a motor vehicle." ...

"But then, the state Legislature is hypocritical in regard to child safety regulations. After all, a bill is also underway at this time to allow children as young as eight to take hunter’s safety courses and thus, legally hunt in the state of Wisconsin."

"Imagine being the parent of an 8-year-old child. Which situation seems safer: letting your child ride in the back seat of a motor vehicle with the average safety belt intended for adults, or letting your child roam the woods of northern Wisconsin with a rifle?" ...
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Submitter's Note: Statistically speaking, the child will be safer in the woods.
 

CA: Dog's death coming back to bite city
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ath in July, will not be in vain."

"One thing is almost certain, though. It's going to cost the city a bundle." ...

"The officers had chased a suspect into the Sixth Street apartment building where Parr and Peters lived at the time. Blu was in the yard, which is surrounded by a 10-foot-tall Cyclone fence; the officers opened the gate to enter the yard and opened fire with pistols and a shotgun."

"In addition to shooting Blu ... the officers kicked and punched him during his arrest. ...the obstruction charges filed against Parr were dropped at his first court appearance."

"So essentially, Parr was roughed up and thrown in jail for three hours for mourning the wrongful death of his dog." ...
 

Philippines: Cop major hunted as 'brains' of town mayor's ambush
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"A police major and brother of Masantol Vice Mayor George Bustos is now being hunted by police on suspicion of masterminding last Sunday's ambush of Masantol Mayor Peter Flores that resulted in the wounding of the mayor and the killing of his police escort."

"Chief Superintendent Alejandro Lapinid, Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) director, ordered yesterday a massive hunt for Chief Inspector Jorge Bustos, assigned at the Regional Headquarters Service Company based here."

"Major Bustos was implicated in the ambush of Mayor Flores by one of two the two assailants arrested after the attack in Barangay Bebe Anac, Masantol town early Sunday morning." ...
 

Canada: Collector unsure how many guns stolen
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"A man who had at least 43 guns stolen from his Peel apartment now admits he has no idea how many weapons were stored in his home or how many are now gone."

"'I told them about 80. I could have been off a few,' Gary Gordaneer said yesterday from his ransacked apartment ..."

"Peel police, who spent hours Saturday going through Gordemeer's records, say they found registration slips for only 39 handguns and several rifles."

"'Maybe that's closer to what it was then,' Gordaneer, 62, said. 'They might know better because they have the registration slips.'"

"'No, I don't (have an exact count). The police know; that's the main thing.'" ...
 

India: SI shoots himself to death while on duty
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A sub-inspector attached to the Srivaikuntam police station allegedly shot himself to death when he was on duty.

Latcham, 35, who was transferred to the station in Tuticorin district just two weeks ago, used his 9mm service pistol to end his life yesterday, police said.

According to them, the SI had attempted to commit suicide when he was working at Ettayapuram.

The reason for the suicide was under investigation, police added.
 

Guyana: Collusion seen in weapons trafficking
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"A senior official of the Custom Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) believes that someone in authority was part of the plot to clear a cache of arms and ammunition unearthed on Saturday at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri."

"And sources say that instead of the government trying to find out from the US who sent the weapons, efforts should be made at home to weed out the corrupt officers at the airport and other ports who are allowing the movement of illicit goods."

"The Government Information Agency (GINA) said in a press release on Saturday that Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Roger Luncheon has alerted officials at the US Embassy to the discovery after it was determined that the weapons originated in the US." ...
 

South Africa: Armed gang rob police
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"A ten-man gang has stolen two R5 rifles, an R1, a pistol and several pieces of police uniforms in an attack on the Emanguzi police station near Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Monday.
Captain Tienkie van Vuuren said the gang confronted Inspector Sigcuno Ntuli just before midnight on Sunday."

"The robbers demanded the keys to the safe in the community service centre and took the firearms, Ntuli’s uniform, another policeman’s jacket, police caps and a blue light."

"On a routine patrol at the time, Constable Noktula Myeni saw a balaclava-clad robber near the entrance of the community centre and drew her service pistol, but he saw her and opened fire." ...
 

NM: N.M. Gun Safety Education
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Gun safety was underlined Sunday at a Department of Game and Fish event at Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Like the vice president's incident Saturday, officials said they have also had problems with accidental shootings.

"We've been averaging probably four or five reported accidents every year in New Mexico," said Clint Henson, with the department. "Those numbers have definitely decreased since we implemented our hunting safety courses in New Mexico"

Henson said the department offers hunter education courses throughout the year.

For a schedule and information numbers, go to the department's Web site.
 

PA: Deer still hot topic at show
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"The white-tailed deer is a hot topic in Pennsylvania, where some hunters are so agitated over what they perceive as too few deer that state legislators this week told representatives of the Pennsylvania Game Commission they could not move ahead with a hunting license fee increase while that attitude remains so widespread."

"The white-tailed deer was a hot topic last week at several exhibitor booths of the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in the State Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg."

"At the Unified Sportsmen of Pennsylvania booth, where a banner proclaimed 'Save Pennsylvania Deer Hunting, Join Unified Sportsmen of Pennsylvania,' Charles Bolgiano said, 'About 98 percent of them are complaining about the scarcity of deer.'" ...
 

MT: FWP drops five-week deer season proposal in Region 4
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"State wildlife officials are dropping a proposal to extend the antlerless deer season from three to five weeks, in four hunting districts north of Great Falls."

"Right now, the general rifle season for mule deer and white-tailed deer in districts 400, 401, 403 and 406 lasts three weeks. That's shorter than the rest of the state."

"Under the proposed change, the season would have extended to a full five weeks, with the last two weeks open for antlerless mule deer and either-sex whitetails."

"The idea originally came from area landowners who said they had too many deer." ...
 

OH: Rifle Team Ties for Third in the NRA Collegiate Sectional
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"The Ohio State rifle team hosted the NRA Collegiate Sectional last weekend, finishing tied for third in the meet. Akron finished first at 4,581 with Xavier second at 4,536. Ohio State and Morehead State tied for third at 4,507 and Rose-Hulman finished fifth at 4,484. OSU's Linnea Nygren (Sr., Hayward, Calif.) had the top two-gun aggregate score of 1,158 in the meet. She posted a 577 in smallbore (tied for second) and a 581 (tied for second) in air rifle. Julie DeBrita of Akron had the top smallbore rifle score of 578 and her teammate, Melissa Lussier was the top finisher in air rifle at 582."

"Ohio State will next compete in the West Intercollegiate Rifle Conference Championship, Feb. 25 at Purdue." ...
 

NY: Chris Abalo Tabbed Army's Athlete Of The Week
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"Sophomore Chris Abalo was selected the Army Athletic Association's 'Athlete of the Week' after leading the rifle team to a school record 4693 points at the NCAA Qualifier over the weekend. The Army rifleman, who earned that honor for the first time this season and fourth in his career, tied his school mark in air rifle and equaled his personal best in smallbore."

"The Black Knights, the reigning NCAA rifle champions, fired a pair of school records at their NCAA Qualifier and NRA Sectionals hosted by the University of the Sciences at the Colonel William Shea Rifle Range Friday evening. Abalo set the pace for Army's record-setting smallbore team that fired a 2346, and led the air rifle unit that tied its season-high 2347 ..." ...
 

VA: Rifle season ends with victory over VMI
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"Led by a career high from junior Nikki LeCompte, the TCU women's rifle team defeated the Virginia Military Institute in the 60-shot air rifle event Sunday to claim victory at the NRA Sectionals & NCAA Qualifier at Kilbourne Hall in Lexington, Va. The Frogs set a new school record for aggregate score as they defeated the Keydets, 4573 to 4428, in the team's final competition of the 2005-06 season." ...
 

MS: Ole Miss Rifle Wins NCAA Sectional
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"The Ole Miss rifle team won its first ever NCAA sectional on Sunday at the Patricia C. Lamar National Guard Readiness Center in Oxford. The Rebels posted a school-record score of 4666, and are almost assured of receiving one of the eight bids to the NCAA Championships, when they are handed out next week."

"The Rebels defeated UAB, Jacksonville State, Tennessee Tech and Texas A&M en route to the victory. Ole Miss set a new school record with a team air rifle score of 2344, in addition to the aggregate record. They also fell just two points shy of the team smallbore record." ...
 

Australia: Teen shot while hunting toads
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"A TERRITORY teenager was accidentally shot in the shoulder with an air rifle while out cane-toad hunting on Friday night."

"The 14-year-old boy was hunting toads with two friends in the Humpty Doo area when the accident happened about 9.20pm."

"Police said a car with other teenagers in it was driving along Doxas Rd and as it approached the trio a .177 air rifle accidentally discharged."

"They said it is believed one of the occupants in the vehicle was holding the air rifle when it went off."

"The pellet hit the teenager in the right shoulder." ...
 

UK: Knife amnesty to cut number of illegal weapons on streets
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"CUMBRIA police will join a nationwide knife amnesty later this year as part of plans to cut the number of illegal weapons on the streets."

"People will be able to surrender knives without fear of prosecution during the amnesty, which runs from May 24 to June 30."

"The scheme will be similar to a firearms amnesty held three years ago, when nearly 600 weapons were surrendered to police in Cumbria." ...

"Superintendent Jon Rush, of north Cumbria police, said it is rare for knives to be used in violent attacks but police are aware they are being used for other crimes such as burglary."

"'There is not a knife culture in north Cumbria but we do come across knives when we search suspects,' he said." ...
 

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