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MD: Aberdeen Man Stabs Intruder in His Home
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In what Aberdeen Police are calling a case of self-defense, a man who allegedly broke into a house early Saturday morning was stabbed and seriously wounded by the man who lives there.
Patrol officers responded to the first block of Liberty Street around 6:20 a.m. Saturday for a reported of a stabbing, according to Sgt. Will Reiber of Aberdeen Police Department.
 

MO: 70-Year-Old Vietnam Vet Shoots Two Armed Robbers
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A 70-year-old Vietnam veteran defended himself with his legally concealed firearm against a pair of much younger armed robbers on Thursday near St. Louis, Mo. As the veteran was dropping off a friend, a 19-year-old male and a 23-year-old male pulled up next to him in a car, asked for directions, and then pulled out a gun. The 70-year-old veteran pulled out his own gun and shot at both of the men as they attempted to rob him. The 19-year-old suspect was killed and the 23-year-old was injured during the encounter.
 

The Importance of Language: Leftist Thugs are Terrorists, not Protesters or Snowflakes
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While violence has always had a home on the political left, and while the left in America has been engaging in violence from at least the time of the late 1960s, forces on the thuggish left became emboldened during Obama’s tenure in the White House. Within the last year or so, they have become especially brash and merciless toward Trump supporters.
 

Review: Wilson Combat AR-9 Rifle
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If you examined the armory of a SWAT team or special operations unit in the 1980s or 1990s, you would likely find a pile of often-used 9 mm submachine guns such as the Heckler & Koch MP5. These days, however, pistol-caliber carbines are relics of a forgotten mindset in most military and law enforcement circles. While 5.56 NATO carbines dominate today’s fighting-long-gun landscape, they are not necessarily right for every task. Carbines chambered in handgun cartridges fill a key void in the self-defense, training and shooting arsenals. Wilson Combat’s AR9 is a quality example of a carbine that sits within this important niche.
 

ATF Executive Pitches a More Gun Industry-Friendly Bureau
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The second-highest ranking official at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is proposing that the agency roll back restrictions on silencers, armor-piercing bullets, and the import of some foreign-made rifles, as well as reconsider efforts to force gun sellers to keep old sales records.
 

KS: 2 Men Spared Prison in Prosecution Over State Gun Law
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A federal judge spared from prison two Kansas men convicted of federal firearms violations after taking into account Monday their mistaken belief that a Kansas law can shield from federal prosecution anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state.
 

GA: Campus Carry Back in Action
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Georgia’s campus carry bill is seeking a resurrection in this year’s legislative session. Campus carry has been a controversial issue on college campuses around the state of Georgia. Beginning back in 2014 Georgia passed the Safe Carry Protection Act. This bill was nicknamed the ‘guns everywhere bill’ but it restricted carrying on school property and public universities. Last year House Bill 859 was introduced. House bill 859 would’ve expanded on the Safe Carry Protection Act. This bill was more commonly known as the campus carry bill.
 

UT: Gun Show Patrons: “Breathing a Sigh of Relief”
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Nearly 8,000 people attended Utah’s first major gun show since President Trump took office. The crowds at the Crossroads of the West event at Sandy’s South Towne Expo Center this weekend brought an average number of people, event organizers said. The organization holds a handful of events in Utah every year for more than 4 decades in addition to dozens more throughout the West.
 

UK: Police Seize 800 Guns in Firearms Crackdown
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Police have seized 833 guns in Britain as part of an operation aimed at preventing criminals and terrorists gaining access to illegal firearms. The National Crime Agency and counter-terrorism officers made 282 arrests during a month-long joint initiative that started in October. Guns seized ranged from pistols to assault rifles and machine guns.
 

Gun games: New shootout Sport Combines Real Guns and MMA Fighting
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Imagine targeting a target that shoots back at you. Think it is virtual reality? Think again, it is ultra-reality. It’s part of a new sport where gun fighting slams into mixed martial arts (MMA), mixing shootouts with guns. And when all the ammo is gone, the opponents can get down to some real fighting.
 

A Simple Way to Keep Guns Away from Dangerous People
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Most of us, whatever our stand on the Second Amendment, would prefer that dangerous people not have guns. And by law in Illinois, they are not supposed to. But our state has been much too lax about making sure people who are legally barred from owning guns do not, in fact, keep a few firearms around the house. Let’s get serious about this.
 

IL: Lose FOID Card, Keep Your Guns- Crystal Lake Lawyer's Story Case in Point
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After allegedly finding a loaded weapon in the possession of a Crystal Lake attorney during a drunken-driving investigation, police said they made a bigger discovery when they searched the man's home: a cache of 56 handguns and rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
 

CA: The Debate on Campus Continues
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The debate over guns on school campuses continues as community members organize a grassroots effort hoping to overturn polices surrounding CCW permits within the Kern High School District. The Dolores Huerta Foundation and other community activists have collected more than 2,000 signatures on a petition they plan to present tonight at the K.H.S.D. Board of Trustees meeting.
 

KY: Daviess Co. Sheriff's Office Switching Guns
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The Daviess County Sheriff's office is switching weapons, going from a .40 caliber Glock to a 9mm Glock. Most of the deputies agree the new is a better caliber, and this transition is going to mean more training opportunities for them and overall save money.
 

John Lott: Ending Obama's Ban On Some Retirees From Owning Guns
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Do you know anyone who has decided to let someone else manage their finances? Just before Christmas, Obama finalized new rules banning Social Security recipients from buying a gun if they have trouble managing their finances.

On Thursday, the House of Representatives voted 235-180 to overturn that rule, with just two Democrats voting with the majority. This week, members of the Senate will face the same vote.
 

The Chauchat Light Machine Gun: Not Really One of the Worst Guns Ever
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The popularized narrative about the French Chauchat light machine gun is one that presents the automatic rifle as an unmitigated failure. Detractors tend to emphasize poor workmanship, delicate magazines, and they also regularly repeat the broadest possible generalization of all—that the Chauchat was prone to jamming. The origins of this mythology is a topic well covered in the book Honour Bound: Chauchat Machine Rifle by Yves Buffetaut and Gerard Demaison, as well as in Tom Laemlein’s 2012 article That "Damned, Jammed Chauchat."
 

MO: Man gets 2-year sentence in shooting at St. Louis Hills apartment after murder charge is dropped
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Prosecutors on Monday abruptly dropped first-degree murder and assault charges against a St. Louis man set for trial this week in exchange for his guilty plea to a lesser crime in a deadly triple shooting.
 

Is Washington AG Selective About Constitutional Rights to Protect?
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Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, whose name was repeatedly taken in vain over the weekend by members of the Washington Arms Collectors (WAC) gathering for a monthly gun show in Puyallup, made big headlines over the weekend for stopping, at least temporarily, President Donald Trump’s travel suspension to this country by refugees from several nations.
 

VA: New Details in Case of Pokemon Go player Killed By Security Guard in Chesapeake
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Sources tell News 3 there is a witness in the shooting death of JianSheng Chen, the 60-year-old man who was shot after getting into an altercation with a security guard. Attorney Andrew Sacks, who is representing the security company, held a press conference Monday at 4 p.m. Sacks, who only referred Chen as Individual A said he drove a blue van toward the security guard on January 26th.
 

AR: Guns on Campus, Voter ID Bills on Legislature's Agenda This Week
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With Gov. Asa Hutchinson's low-income tax cut signed into law and his veterans tax break on his desk, lawmakers can focus in the session's fifth week on topics such as guns on college campuses, sales taxes on Internet purchases and voter identification. Hutchinson last week signed his key agenda item for the session, a $50 million income tax cut for for Arkansans earning less than $21,000 a year, set to take effect Jan. 1, 2019. This week, he is expected to sign the second part of his tax package, an income tax exemption for military retirement and survivor benefits, with certain existing tax breaks eliminated to offset the cost.
 

Allowing Guns Everywhere Won't Make Floridians Safer
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It was Mark Twain who famously — and accurately — ruminated that "no man's life or property are safe when the legislature is in session." You might want to add additional at-risk elements such as common sense, brain function, scruples, independence, work ethics, intellectual curiosity and public service.
 

NE: Two Men Accused of Series of Gun Store Burglaries in Lincoln Arrested
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Lincoln police arrested two men they believe are responsible for stealing 39 firearms in four recent Lincoln burglaries. Only one of the guns has been recovered so far. Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said investigators were able to identify one suspect, Tremain Berks, 24, from a latent finger print lifted off a bag left at one of the break-ins.
 

LA: Convicted Felon Charged After Attempting to Sell Stolen Guns to Police
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Authorities say a man with previous criminal convictions, allegedly stole several guns and attempted to sell them to undercover agents. Officers with the Denham Springs Police Department said on Sunday, Feb. 5 after an investigation and undercover operation involving the trafficking of stolen firearms by a convicted felon, Marcus Luter, 29, of Baton Rouge, was arrested.
 

PA: Hunters May Soon be Able to Use Semi-Automatic Rifles
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Lawmakers are aiming to allow Pennsylvanians to use semi-automatic rifles to hunt. In November, Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation that would allow those guns to be used for hunting in the state. Jason Brown, a media relations manager for the NRA in Fairfax, Va., said, "They don't need to get back on target after putting a new cartridge in the chamber. They can keep their eyes on the animal. They can take the animal down in a safe, humane way, that limits the suffering for the animal and keeps their hunting on target."
 

LA: Veteran With Service Dog Asked to Leave Gun Show
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U.S. Army Sergeant John Williams went to the Tri-State Gun Show on Saturday expecting to set up a booth and sell some merchandise. He didn't expect to be asked to leave. Williams says it was because of his service dog, Winchester, who was assigned to him after a nearly two-decade tour in Iraq where he earned a Bronze Star with Valor.
 

VA: Officer on Trial for Murder — Again
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The retrial for Richmond police officer David Cobb begins Monday morning in Chesterfield County. Cobb is charged with murdering Paterson Brown Jr. at a car wash in the county. Cobb's first trial ended in a mistrial after the jury could not return a unanimous verdict on the second-degree murder charge.
 

Gun News of The Week
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President Donald Trump’s nomination of 10th Circuit Court Judge Neil Gorsuch as the late Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court successor is being roundly lauded by gun rights groups and, of course, prompting the gun control lobby to wail in drum circles of despair — even though the 49-year-old Harvard Law School graduate’s resume includes no significant Second Amendment rulings and, in fact, is considered by analysts to a track record of a thoughtful, restrained jurisprudence.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
The pool of guns that get turned in in buybacks are simply not the same guns that would otherwise have been used in crime. — Harvard professor David Kennedy, as reported on FoxNews

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