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'Bradys Once Again Dancing In Blood,' Says Citizens Committee
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When Jim and Sarah Brady, the figurehead leaders of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, tried to make political hay from a hunting accident involving Vice President Dick Cheney over the weekend, they once again demonstrated their propensity for dancing in blood to push their anti-gun agenda. That was the assessment from the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) today." ...

"'Poor taste is poor taste, no matter who utters it,' said CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron. 'Only Jim Brady would be allowed by the mainstream press to make such a crude and crass comment and not be called down for it. I am appalled that the Bradys chose to make such sarcastic, self-serving remarks about a hunting accident.'" ...
 

The Enemy of the Press's Enemy Is Its Friend?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "If one examines some of the current actions of government affecting the rights of individual citizens, there are any number of examples of infringement of our civil liberties greater than this phantom threat conjured up by the media. For example, hearings are scheduled in Congress this month to examine a pattern of apparent wrongdoing by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives at a number of Richmond, Virginia area gun shows. According to reports, BATFE agents released confidential information to local police officers with which to harass lawful purchasers of firearms at these gun shows. ..." ...
 

The Accidental Shootist -- Both sides in the gun lobby need to rethink their targets
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Dick Cheney was not the first politician to mishandle a loaded weapon this year. Virginia Delegate John Reid accidentally discharged his pistol last month while unloading it at his office desk. ... the mishap prompted closer scrutiny of gun-rights groups whose work may eventually liberalize the vast majority of the nation's gun laws."

"Virginia already dispenses concealed-weapons permits as easily as drivers' licenses, with no mandatory test of firearm proficiency or safety. I, for example, qualify for a permit to carry a concealed pistol, though I've never shot one or been trained to do so, because I once took a hunter-education course. ..." ...

"The roster of proposed gun bills in Virginia reads like a long series of bad jokes:" ...
 

Handguns 2006 -- From big-game revolvers to compact concealed-carry
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"No segment of the handgun world should feel neglected this year: gunmakers are coming out with a diverse assortment of new products that includes something for everyone. Big-game hunters who favor a single-action revolver will want to look at the Freedom Arms Model 83 in the new .500 WE cartridge. DA fans are likely to find another new high-velocity Smith & Wesson proprietary hunting cartridge for the X-frame revolver, while bolt-gun enthusiasts can expect a new model, in popular chamberings for varmints and medium game, from Weatherby."

"Interest in 1911 models remains strong, for both refined competition and basic models, although the CZ 75 design variants are making some serious inroads in that arena. ..." ...
 

New AMMO For 2006
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"While it may indeed be possible to have too many guns, any serious shooter worth his salt will tell you it's just not possible to have too much ammo. The new year is packed with new loads for the faithful."

"ATK/CCI"

"ATK/CCI hasn't been idle. There's a premium .22 Long Rifle load called CCI Select that features a 40-grain solid at 1,200 fps. And for small-game hunters, Federal's got a new 20-grain FMJ loading for the .17 HMR that leaves the muzzle at 2,375 fps." ...
 

On The Eve of House Hearing, Brady Campaign Condemns Gun Lobby's Scurrilous Attacks on Law Enforcement Efforts
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Pressed by the National Rifle Association, a House subcommittee will be holding a hearing Wednesday afternoon on what the NRA is scurrilously calling 'abuse' by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), as well as state and local law enforcement, in an investigation of Virginia gun shows."

"Those that were allegedly 'abused' include wanted felons, drug abusers and people who sold guns to murderers."

"The NRA wanted these hearings because they are unhappy with an ATF crackdown on crimes at gun shows, particularly a series of investigations into gun shows in the Richmond, Virginia area. ..." ...

"One of the principal rhetorical arguments of the NRA has been 'enforce the gun laws on the books instead of passing new ones.' It is reasonable to assert that the ATF officers were doing precisely that - enforcing the laws on the books. ..." ...
 

IA: Lawmaker Threatened
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A western Iowa lawmaker says he was forced to pull a gun on a man in self-defense. Clel Baudler, a Representative from Greenfield, says he was being threatened over the phone then physically confronted by a man this weekend.

Baudler hit the man in the face with a handgun. Baudler says David Whetstone was angry over allegations Whetstone was abused in a county jail, and Baudler hadn't followed up on his complaints. Whetstone plead guilty to disorderly conduct. The lawmaker is a retired state trooper and is licensed to carry a gun.
 

OR: Recovery Continues For Mall Shooting Victim
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"A man who tried to stop a shooting rampage at a mall in Tacoma, but ended getting shot five times, is on an incredible road to recovery." ...

"McKown would not be in this position had he not been at work on Nov. 20. He managed a store inside the mall and was chatting with a friend when he heard gunshots." ...

"That is when McKown pulled his pistol, the gun he has carried for 17 years, not imagining he might actually have to use it. That is, until he came face to face with Dominick Maldonado, who had a rifle."

"'I said - 'Young man, I think you need to put your weapon down.' He apparently didn't appreciate that and he brought his gun around. I drew and right as I aimed at his head, he hit me in the spine,' McKown says. ..." ...
 

CO: 7-Year-Old Brings Gun To School
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"Police are investigating how a 7-year-old boy got the loaded gun he brought to school Monday in Aurora."

"The 7-year-old Tollgate Elementary School student allegedly brought the 9 mm semi-automatic pistol in his backpack and showed it off to his friends before school, police said."

"He then placed the gun back in his backpack and went to class. During lunch, the boy took the gun out, put it in his coat pocket and took it with him to the playground. The student then showed the gun off again to his classmates and four other boys handled the gun, police said." ...

"Because the boy is under 10, he's not facing criminal charges."

"However, his mother faces charges of child neglect, reckless endangerment and enabling a child to get a gun." ...
 

CA: Student faces campus gun charges
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"A Lassen Community College wrestler is in custody in Coos Bay, Ore., on suspicion of possessing an assault rifle and possessing firearms on a college campus."

"Matthew Louis Maumoynier, 21, was arrested Saturday after he failed to comply with an agreement with Susanville Police Department detectives after a lengthy investigation of guns in the college dorms."

"Detective Rodd Joseph said he found photographs on a Web site of Maumoynier in a Lassen dorm room holding various weapons."

"Maumoynier admitted the assault rifle, which is illegal in California, belonged to him and that he brought it and other weapons into the dorm, said Joseph." ...
 

TX: Hunting-related accidents rare, state data show
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"Media feathers flew after the South Texas quail-hunting accident that involved Vice President Dick Cheney on Saturday, but such incidents are rare, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department records show."

"In 2004, Texas' 1 million-plus hunters were involved in 29 hunting-related accidents, four of which were fatal."

"The overall accident rate, 2.7 per 100,000 licenses sold, is the lowest since TPWD began keeping accident records in 1966, when the rate was 12.6. From 1999 to 2003, the accident rate was 4.02 per 100,000 licenses." ...
 

In Cheney case, responsibility for each shot rests with the hunter
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"When I was a kid, hunting quail with my dad and brother in Kansas, mom would always holler out the door as we left: 'And don't shoot each other!'"

"We chuckled about that. But we took hunting safety seriously, and we never shot each other."

"Vice President Dick Cheney wasn't that fortunate on Saturday when he shot and injured one of his fellow hunters on a Texas ranch. I feel badly for Cheney. I can't imagine what that must feel like."

"But the responsibility for the accident lies squarely on Cheney's shoulders."

"Cheney was hunting quail when he accidentally shot Harry Whittington in the face, neck and chest at 30 yards, according to news reports." ...
 

Cheney shooting: Who's at fault?
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"Gun-safety advocates say there are very few gun 'accidents' - spontaneous discharges of firearms. Rather, they say, most unintentional shootings involve negligence or carelessness, and are anything but blameless."

"Vice President Cheney's friends say he is blameless for wounding lawyer Harry Whittington on Saturday while they hunted ... Katharine Armstrong, the owner of the ranch where the hunt took place, told Bloomberg News the shooting 'was not the vice president's fault' because Cheney was unaware that Whittington had approached behind him when Cheney turned to fire at a bird."

"The National Rifle Association places the onus of responsibility on the person pulling the trigger rather than the recipient of the gunshot." ...
 

OH: Analysis: Cheney's little shot not a big deal among mishaps (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"Of all the places to (finally) find some accuracy from the media on this over-publicized hunting accident...the Cleveland Plain Dealer!"

"Harry Whittington has to be thanking his lucky stars that Dick Cheney is a crack shot."

"As shotguns go, Cheney's little 28-gauge is a pipsqueak. It shoots a shotshell that holds far less powder and lead shot than the standard 12-gauge shotgun most hunters carry into the fields and woods. Only the most accomplished of quail hunters, like Cheney, shoot a slender-barreled 28-gauge." ...
 

WY: PETA Urges Wyoming Game Officials To Revoke Cheney's Hunting License
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"In the wake of the tragic hunting accident that left a man in a Corpus Christi hospital's intensive care unit with a shotgun pellet lodged in his heart, PETA has fired off a letter to Linda Fleming, president of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, urging her to revoke Vice President Dick Cheney's hunting license."

"PETA points out that Cheney was not only hunting illegally (he failed to purchase the stamp required to shoot quail), he was also in violation of several safety rules issued by the Hunter Education Association and the National Rifle Association. PETA is also concerned that by continuing to hunt, Cheney could pose a threat to his own fragile health; not to mention that of the innocent animals he kills simply for amusement." ...
 

New Zealand: Cheney shooting shows dangers of hunters
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"The accidental shooting of another hunter by US Vice President Dick Cheney is a good example of why recreational hunters, with their crossbows, rifles and dogs, should be kept out of State Forests, said Greens MP and animal welfare spokesperson Lee Rhiannon today."

"'Dick Cheney's misplaced shot is no great exception. Many such accidents occur in hunting,' Ms Rhiannon said."

"'The government's move to open up State Forests to hunters risks a far greater number of unintentional shootings, with both animal and human blood being shed.'"

"'The hunter stacked Game Council must realise that broadening hunting opportunities threatens not only animal but also human life.'" ...
 

KS: Editorial Misses Mark (OFCC)
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"In the online edition of the Winfield Courier, a newspaper based in Kansas, an editorial (really more of a Letter to the Editor) was published railing against the concealed carry bill currently working its way through the Kansas legislature."

"It never ceases to amaze me how the same arguments crop up each and every time, only to later be proven blatantly false. Don't these people ever look to other states before regurgitating the same propaganda-laced rhetoric time and time again?"

"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."

"Actually, it is both. ..." ...
 

GA: Gun bills spell danger
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"Lawmakers are pushing a slew of gun bills this session with the goal of making it easier to own, carry and use a gun in Georgia, even in the Capitol itself. Apparently, these legislators come from hellish corners of the state where it's dangerous to drive to the Piggly Wiggly without a pistol propped on your lap."

"If you believe the outlandish rhetoric at the Legislature, high school graduates in the state ought to be issued Glocks at graduation because they won't be safe making their way in the world unless they're armed, able to bring their guns to work and allowed to fire at the first provocation."

"Most Georgians don't live in the violence-soaked world described by the legislators. And easier access to guns doesn't protect people." ...
 

AZ: 'Three-strikes,' self-defense bills advance
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... "The same committee also voted to alter state law to presume that anyone who claims he or she killed someone else in self-defense is telling the truth."

"It would then be up to prosecutors to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the killing was not justified."

"Right now, Arizona is one of just two states that require someone who uses deadly force to prove he or she was justified. That presumption bothers Senate Majority Leader Tim Bee."

"'It's extremely important that people in this country are considered innocent until proven guilty,' said Bee, a Tucson Republican. He said the current statute puts people in the position of having to prove their innocence." ...
 

NH: New Hampshire needs a 'Shoot First' law
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"Last October Florida got the nation's first 'Shoot First' law. As the NRA rejoiced this surprisingly libertarian move, and the Brady campaign cried foul, Floridians became some of the first to back up their right to bear arms with a right to use them for self-defense. ..."

"Currently, if you're publicly attacked, even in your vehicle, and shoot, you face legal troubles and possibly a criminal record. You may also be sued by the attacker or his family. This differs from in your home, where an intruder is always there illegally, and shooting him is nearly always lawful."

"Self-defense is a constitutionally accepted reason to carry a weapon, so why does using one for self-defense carry such harsh penalties? ..." ...
 

GA: Georgia to follow Florida's NRA 'lead'? (blog)
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"The Georgia legislature is at it, along with many others across the nation: considering a proposal similar to a bill that passed last year in Florida, giving property owners more leeway in using firearms in self-defense. ..."

"The Georgia bill proposes that anyone who is 'attacked while behaving lawfully would have the right to 'stand their ground' and defend himself or herself. The law would authorize deadly force if the attack could reasonably be considered life- threatening.' Unlike Florida, Georgia does not already mandate a person flee his home when 'threatened' before firing, but this bill will expand that lack of mandate to public places, such as the supermarket checkout and public park." ...
 

OH: Petro campaign announces endorsements from GOP legislators (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"On the heels of appointing the strong pro-gun state Sen. Joy Padgett as his running mate, gubernatorial candidate and current Attorney General Jim Petro has announced the individual endorsement from 50 members of the Ohio General Assembly for his campaign for governor."

"Among the list of endorsees are names which will be extremely familiar to Ohio gun owners." ...
 

IL: Rep. Linda Chapa-LaVia Flip-Flops on Support for Assault Weapons Ban (ISRA)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Hunters and sportsmen in the 83rd House District are expressing confusion today over just where Rep. Linda Chapa-LaVia stands on HB2414 -- a controversial bill to ban so-called 'assault weapons.'"

"Throughout her tenure in the Illinois General Assembly, Chapa-LaVia has been a staunch supporter of Chicago Mayor Daley's efforts to ban civilian firearm ownership. That continued support is evidenced by the appearance of Chapa-LaVia's name on the list of co-sponsors of HB2414. If passed, HB2414 would ban firearms prized by collectors, competitive rifle shooters, and many hunters. The bill directly targets law-abiding gun-owners while ignoring violent crime." ...
 

VA: Virginia Pro-Second Amendment Measures to be Heard in Senate Committees! (NRA-ILA)
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"Two pro-gun bills that were passed by the House of Delegates last week could possibly be heard in Senate Committees as early as tomorrow!"

"House Bill 162, Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R-31), allows law-abiding citizens to keep lawfully transported firearms locked in their personal vehicles while parked on property controlled by their employer, will likely be heard in the Senate Courts of Justice Committee ..." ...

"Also tomorrow, the Senate General Laws and Technology Committee is likely to consider House Bill 1265, sponsored by Delegate Bill Janis (R-56). HB1265 would prevent the Governor, or any government authority, from suspending or restricting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms during a declared state of emergency." ...
 

TX: SWAT Team Becomes Victim Of Crime -- Weapons Stolen From Car Parked In Hotel Parking Lot
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"Some weapons, a police badge and laptop computers were stolen Monday morning from a rental car that belonged to an out-of-town SWAT team in town for training."

"San Antonio police spokesman Gabe Treviño said that an officer with the Virginia Beach, Va., SWAT team had just placed the items in the car and had gone to his hotel room to get some more items when someone broke a rear window of the vehicle and took the items."

"Treviño said the incident happened in a matter of seconds."

"'Notoriously, these car burglars work very quickly,' Treviño said. 'They can go up to a car, break a window, get in, take items and be gone in a matter of 20-30 seconds, at the longest.'" ...
 

Philippines: 2 cops ordered dismissed for indiscriminate firing
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"REGIONAL Director of the Police Regional Chief Superintendent Doroteo Reyes II ordered for the dismissal of two police officers assigned at Camp Delgado if they are proven guilty of indiscriminately firing their guns on Friday night in a restaurant at Sto. Sur, Arevalo."

"Reyes ordered Superintendent Cornelio Defensor, chief of the Regional Intelligence and Investigation Division (RIID) to conduct a thorough investigation against PO2 Benjamin Sorongon of RIID and PO1 Jessie Pareja of the Regional Headquarters Support Group (RHSD)."

"Sorongon and Pareja were tagged for firing their guns while they were at Ane's place in Arevalo, around 10:30 p.m. The incident caused customers to flee." ...
 

VA: Lawmakers explain gun views
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"Though the law allows any member of the General Assembly to pack a firearm in the state Capitol, few members take advantage of that rule."

"Under the rules, any state senator or delegate could strap on a sidearm and stroll in, according to Capitol Police Maj. Mike Jones. They have the same rights as law-enforcement officers to openly carry a gun in the Capitol." ...

"So, do the Capitol Police know who in the General Assembly has a permit? 'We don't know because we don't ask,' Jones said."

"The Times-Dispatch did ask the Virginia State Police to provide a list of everyone in Virginia with a concealed-weapon permit as of last week. That would be 125,020 people, according to the list."

"Scanning that list turned up 14 legislators ..." ...
 

NV: Nevada Downs USF In Rifle
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"The University of Nevada's blue rifle team defeated the University of San Francisco at the NCAA Qualifier held here February 10-12, with Nevada winning 2318 to 2103 in small bore and 2336 to 2218 in air."

"Nevada's Meghann Morrill took honors in both disciplines with scores of 586 in small bore action and 586 for air. Mike Tanoue earned second-place honors in small bore with 578. Lee Lemenager and Sarah Smith shared third-place in small bore with 577. In air rifle, Smith took second-place honors with a personal best performance of 584. Tanoue and Corrie Holmes shared third-place honors in air rifle." ...
 

OH: Extra weekend of deer hunting also part of 2006-07 regulations
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"An extra weekend of gun-deer hunting, set for mid-December, will become part of the 2006-2007 Ohio deer seasons if the Ohio Wildlife Council gives its approval."

"The Council last week initially reviewed the plan and the status of the state's post-seasons deer herd but will not make a decision until its April 5 meeting, when it will consider numerous hunting, trapping and commercial fishing proposals."

"In between will be a round of open-house/public forums, set for March 5 in the five districts' wildlife headquarters, and a statewide public hearing in Columbus on March 9." ...
 

UK: Let our police reclaim the streets
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"The casual way in which Pc Rachael Bown was gunned down in Nottingham raises disturbing questions about the level of armed crime in Britain. This was not a major armed robbery, or a shoot-out between drugs gangs. It appears to have been the work of two petty thieves, caught in the act of a fairly routine domestic burglary. Why should they have been carrying firearms? And why did they not hesitate to use them?"

"Understandably, the conclusion drawn by the public is that armed crime is out of control, that the police do not have the strategies to deal with it and that even small-time criminals do not fear the consequences of going equipped with a gun. Unfortunately, I think the public are right." ...
 

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