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FL: State Looks to Expand Gun Rights in Wake of Pulse Shooting
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Florida Republicans are more determined than ever to pass bills expanding gun rights in the wake of the deadly Pulse nightclub and Fort Lauderdale airport shootings. They say law-abiding gun owners should be allowed to take their weapons to airports, government meetings and state universities, and would be in a better position to protect themselves and others if a mass shooting should erupt in one of those places.

 

A Look Inside Kimber
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Though each is unique, American gun factories generally fall into two categories. There are cornerstone manufactories that occupy vast footprints and produce truckloads of arms—some of them virtual historic landmarks, others newer but built to scale. Then there are smaller shops producing limited runs, often focused on assembling finished product from parts sourced elsewhere.
 

MI: Police Take Barricaded Gunman into Custody on Detroit's East Side After Shot Fired at Officers
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A Detroit man remains in the hospital after an eight-hour stand-off that had several streets closed on Detroit's east side. Police say the man suffers from a mental disorder and is now facing charges after firing a weapon.

 

WA: Bill to Promote Safe Gun Storage Passes Through Committee
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A bill which would make adults liable for their firearms being accessed by children, passed the House Judiciary committee on Thursday with seven “yes” votes and six “no” votes. The prime sponsor of HB 1122, Rep. Ruth Kagi, D-Seattle, said this is the fourth time she has introduced the bill. She said this year, she wanted the bill to be much broader in scope than the previous versions, which just created penalties for children accessing firearms.
 

Gun Enthusiasts Learn About the 'Gun That Won the West'
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History buffs and rifle enthusiasts got the chance to take a look at ‘The Gun That Won the West' Sunday afternoon. The owner of First Stop Gun in Rapid City held a learning forum at the Journey Museum to talk about the Winchester model 1873 rifle. It's the 150th anniversary of the rifles. Mark Blote describes the gun as a piece of western history that helped modernize the area.
 

Massachusetts Anti-Gunners Pushing ‘Gun Violence Tax’
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Massachusetts anti-gunners have launched an effort to create a so-called “gun violence tax” ostensibly to pay for “violence prevention efforts,” and the prime sponsor launched her effort by insulting gun owners.
 

BYU’s Amazing Bullet-Proof Origami: Folding Kevlar Shield Protects Police Officers From Even The Big Gun
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At a time when law enforcement officers are putting their lives at risk every day BYU mechanical engineers have put a lot of time and effort into their design for a new ballistic barrier that confirms their belief that “Blue Lives Matter.”
 

CA: Man Shoots Granddaughter's Boyfriend in Self-Defense
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Redding police have identified the man who was shot on Sunday in a family dispute as Joshua Erik Horak, 29, of Tacoma, Washington. Horak was shot by his girlfriend's grandfather in a home on Woodbury drive at 4:44 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Officials believe that the incident was sparked by Horak being verbally and physically aggressive toward the grandparents and the gunshots were fired in self-defense.
 

Ruger Adds .357 Magnum to ARX Self-Defense Ammunition Line
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Following successful expansion of its popular LCRx line, Ruger today announced the addition of .357 Magnum to its portfolio of ARX Self-Defense Ammunition by PolyCase.
 

Kansas Lawmaker’s Ignorant Remark Reveals Anti-Gun Denial Of RTC Facts
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Two opposing views stated during the recent debate over a concealed-carry measure in Kansas shows the disconnect that anti-gunners and many in the so-called “mainstream” media have regarding the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
 

CA: Bevin Joins in Filing Amicus Brief in Second Amendment Case Before Supreme Court
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Gov. Matt Bevin has joined with 25 other states in filing an amicus brief in Peruta v. San Diego County, an important Second Amendment case challenging the constitutionality of a California law restricting citizens’ rights to carry handguns outside their homes for self-defense.
 

Rep. Eddie Lumsden Says Second Amendment Rights Should not be Treated as Privileges
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Campus carry legislation is back, with several bills up for consideration in the House Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee this week. Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed a measure last year that would have allowed guns on college campuses, but state Rep. Eddie Lumsden, R-Rome, said he expects these to be more acceptable.
 

Armed Trump Supporters Attend Texas March for Refugees
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Pro-refugee marchers of the ACLU, the local United Nations Association, and other open border groups were countered by armed, Second Amendment advocate Trump supporters at a demonstration in Dallas during the weekend.
 

NY: County Legislators Pass Resolutions Opposing SAFE Act
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Four years after Gov. Andrew Cuomo approved the NY SAFE Act, Republican members of the Rensselaer County Legislature are still showing their opposition to the law. During its monthly meeting last week, the legislature approved two resolutions supporting the Second Amendment, advocating for repeal of the SAFE Act and cancellation of the required recertification by pistol owners by votes along party lines.
 

The Invisible Problem in Gun Violence Research
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What happens when guns are present at the scene of domestic disputes—but not fired? It’s a slice of gun research that’s “largely invisible,” says Susan Sorenson, a public health professor at University of Pennsylvania who specializes in gun violence. In a session here Friday at the annual meeting of AAAS, which publishes Science, she argued that—because medicine, public health, and law enforcement usually focus on physical injury—researchers are missing the psychological impacts of so-called non-fatal gun use. Sorenson sat down with Science to discuss her latest study and broader challenges to the field of gun research. This interview has been edited for clarity and length.

 

Desperate Mayor Wants Help: 337 Guns Seized In Milwaukee This Year – 9 Times Higher Than NYC!
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“Look what our officers are up against,” as the Milwaukee crime rate climbs Mayor Tom Barrett stands by his officers and a table full of guns seized from criminals this year and asks for help passing new laws and enforcing laws that are already on the books.


 

AR: Compromise Reached on Campus Carry, Some Still Oppose
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The debate over guns on college campus's took another turn Monday as a compromise was reached between state Republican leaders. The new proposal allows anyone age 25 and older to bring their guns on campus so long as they have a conceal carry permit and attend up to 16 hours of active shooter training.


 

KY: Guns Stolen From Louisville Store, ATF and LPD Investigating
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More than 10 handguns were stolen from a Louisville store on Monday morning. Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Resident Agent in Charge Joseph Frank tells WCBI the break-in happened at Western Auto at 500 West Main Street.


 

FL: SRSO Switches Guns for Accuracy, Cost Efficiency
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The Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office is trading up its firearms for more accuracy and a lower cost. A switch from the .40-caliber Glock to the 9 mm Glock will allow the department to keep in line with law enforcement weapon standards and save county dollars with a lower ammunition cost.


 

Man Gets Three Years In Prison for Selling 3D-Printed Gun Parts
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A California man has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for unlawfully manufacturing and dealing in 3D-printed firearms and possession of an unregistered machine gun. Daniel Crowninshield of Sacramento was arrested in 2014 for work at C&G Tool, a metal shop in North Sacramento. Marketing himself as 'Dr. Death,' Crowninshield made lower receivers for AR-15s and other firearms.

 

MO: Lawmaker Wants Gun Owners to be Required to Report Lost or Stolen Fire Arms
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A proposal in the Missouri House would require gun owners to report a lost or stolen firearm within 72 hours. Democrat Bruce Franks Jr. of St. Louis filed the legislation to close a loophole which allows legally purchased guns to be re-sold or given to anyone with no accountability. He says it would help protect against legal owners transferring their fire-arms to those who might use them when committing crimes.

 

CA: Gun Show Draws Thousands to Dixon Fairgrounds
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The slight smell of gun oil wafted through the Dixon Fairgrounds building, which was packed with vendors and shoppers. Thousands came this weekend for the Dixon Gun Show, the first gun show in Dixon in 40 years. Organizers John and Nicole Arabia were not sure exactly why the time span was so long.

 

NH: Bill to Repeal License Requirement to Carry Concealed Guns Concerns Chiefs of Police Group
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A police group said a bill to repeal the law that requires licensing requirements to carry concealed handguns raises concerns. New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police spoke out after SB12, known more commonly as the constitutional carry bill, passed the state Senate and House of Representatives.

 

Here’s How A TV Crime Drama Solved Criminal Use Of Guns
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What happens when the producers of a low-budget crime drama have guilty consciences about all the violence in their show? Right, at best you get something like what the producers of “Arrow” did with their episode “Spectre of the Gun,” which aired on The CW on Feb. 15.
 

SD: Gun Collectors and Enthusiasts Gather at Pierre Gun Show
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The annual event has been organized since 1926, Steve Livermore, the show organizer, said. This year, the show featured 270 tables of exhibits by 90 vendors, he said. Firearms dealers and accessories makers such as scopes, silencers, along with antique dealers showcased their inventories. The U.S. Army National Guard also brought two machine guns and an automatic grenade launcher to their table.
 

NJ: Outdoor Alliance Honors Guadagno
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Speaking to a room of sportsmen while accepting a conservation award, New Jersey's second in command continued her campaign to be the Republican nominee for governor by assuring them she would be their champion in Trenton. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno was honored with the Our Conservation Award during the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance 2017 Wild Game Dinner at the Black Forest Inn on Sunday afternoon. In accepting the award, she told the gathered crowd, which included state legislators, outdoor proponents and recreational sportsmen, that their support was essential in moving New Jersey in a direction that was more amenable to their causes.

 

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