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ATK Response to Inquiries Regarding Once-Fired Brass Cases
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"ATK is a strong supporter of our armed forces, the shooting sports industry, second amendment rights and all of our customers who choose to reload ammunition."

"... The dated brochure and presentation have caused confusion in the marketplace and do not reflect the views of our company and will be immediately withdrawn."

"As a service to our military customers, we routinely handle demil operations ... and respond to requests from military installations for reclamation and recycling of military items."

"... The installations received fair value for the brass."

"ATK fully supports the provision passed by Congress last year to ensure that demilitarized spent brass casings remain available for civilian use."
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Submitter's Note: Nice tap-dancing around the issue. The military receives fair value for the brass, as scrap which is worth a quarter of what the non-demilled cartridge cases are worth.
 

Tom Gresham's Gun Talk Radio celebrates 15th anniversary
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"There's going to be a special edition of Tom Gresham's Gun Talk Radio Show this Sunday, March 28: It's the program's 15-year anniversary." ...
 

Demonizing gun owners
Submitted by: Daniel White

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"Gun control is losing in this country. Since the mid-eighties, gun rights have slowly begun to pick up speed with the vast majority of states adopting more lenient gun control laws and passing concealed carry legislation. The gun ban movement has lost one Supreme Court fight (Heller) and is on the verge of losing another (McDonald). Reports are in from all over the country that concealed carry licenses are being issued at record rates. ..."

"Now that the American Public has seen through one set of lies it is time for another. In the past, most of the effort has focused on blaming the gun for the actions of the person, now they are going all out to demonize gun owners themselves." ...
 

Used military cartridge brass once again being destroyed--robbing shooters, taxpayers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Just over a year ago, we discussed an alarming new policy, implemented by the Department of Defense, whereby once fired small arms cartridge brass would be destroyed, rather than sold to ammunition manufacurers. I call that policy 'alarming,' because that's what it was, on more than one level." ...

"Fortunately, grassroots activism, by American gun owners, inspired some congressmenn with pull in defense budget circles, to 'encourage' the DoD to rescind this extremely ill-advised policy--which they did."

"That's the good news. The bad news is that it seems to have been a temporary fix. ..." ...
 

What's Missing from Black Agenda? Gun Rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "I mean, a black man who wants to defend himself with a firearm? Just who does Otis McDonald think he is?"

"He's part of a long line of blacks who've done precisely that throughout American history, the early gun-control laws targeting blacks specifically notwithstanding. Robert F. Williams and other blacks did it in Monroe, N.C. in the late 1950s and early 1960s against marauding Klansmen. The Deacons for Defense and Justice did it in Louisiana in the 1960s. ..."

"Armed self-defense was a cherished African-American tradition - until we became Democrats. But brothers like McDonald know one thing: Well-meaning Democrats can't stop the thug invading your home."

"But a Smith and Wesson can."
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Public Split on Right of Localities and States to Pass Gun Control Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Americans are divided over whether state and local governments should have the right to pass their own laws banning possession and sale of handguns. Fifty percent say they should not be able to do so while 45 percent say they should, according to a Pew Research Center poll conducted March 10-14. Five percent were undecided. ..."

"There has been a shift in sentiment toward the protection of the right to own guns. The public splits evenly at 46 percent each on which is more important: to protect gun owners' rights or to control gun ownership. Seven percent were undecided. But that compares to April when 58 percent said it was more important to control gun ownership and 37 percent sided with the right to own guns." ...
 

How to get the signs to come down at 'no guns' businesses
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I needed to buy a new car. I knew what I wanted; it was just a matter of what dealership to buy from. The one most convenient to me was posted 'no guns.' So I had planned to buy elsewhere and send them one of our 'No Guns = No Money' cards. But I decided it would be much better if I could just talk them into un-posting their business."

"I have talked many businesses into removing the 'no guns' signs. It's generally easy. I ask for the owner or manager and politely ask them why they posted. Sometimes I ask what effect the signs will have on criminals, on law enforcement, or on other customers."

"I don't 'tell' them to remove their signs. I ask them questions to get them to think about the effect of posting the signs ..." ...
 

Resistance
Submitted by: Larry

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"'Time to end this! Enough is enough!' With those words, Officer Troy Meade of the Everett, Washington Police Department fired seven rounds into the body of Niles Meservey, killing him instantly. At the time, Meservey was stupefied by alcohol and sitting behind the wheel of his Corvette. The car was completely boxed in by other vehicles and a chain-link fence. According to several eyewitnesses -- including another police officer -- the 51-year-old man wasn't going anywhere, and posed no threat to anyone. Meade shot the drunken man not because of any threat to himself or others; he did it because he was angry and frustrated over Meservey's non-compliance." ...
 

The Regime vs. the Tea Partiers
Submitted by: Larry

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"I took my family and six kids to a Tea Party rally last summer at the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. ... it was the look and stance of the police that is my memory of the event."

"... It looked more like a technical conference for Java developers than a terrorist gathering — which is to say that the event was attended by well-mannered professionals."

"... The firefighters and EMS folks were jovial and welcoming. They let my children tour the vehicles and couldn’t have been nicer."

"The mounted police were a different matter — they were prepared for combat. My then-two-year old wanted to pet one of the horses. I asked if he could and we were quickly admonished. These folks were ready to attack." ...
 

Crossfire
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Starbucks has lately found itself in the middle of a debate between advocates of 'open carry' gun rights and of gun control; the former have held armed meet-ups at several of its locations, and the latter have demanded that the coffee chain prevent this from happening. Seeking to duck these fresh salvos in the long debate over how firearms fit into American life, the company has issued a statement that such matters ought to be worked out 'in the legislatures and courts, not in our stores.' Well, sure. But drawing a line between official institutions of lawmaking and the daily sphere where citizens move about is not so easy. ..." ...
 

Marlin Firearms closure announcement hits hard
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hunters and shooters in the Pacific Northwest aren't much different from their contemporaries all over the country, so the announcement that the Marlin Firearms Company is closing its doors by June of next year is likely to hit a lot of people hard in these parts."

"UPDATE!!!! According to a late Friday post by Dave Petzal, the news is not so gloomy as everyone believed! It appears Marlin is moving from the North Haven plant to another location. My best guess, based on some preliminary information, is that it will be in a more business- and labor-friendly state, perhaps down in North Carolina where Remington has a facility." ...
 

Washington Post Ties Iowa Protester to Violence, Even Though He Wasn't
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As President Obama went to Iowa City March 25 to campaign for his already signed health care 'reform' bill, he was greeted by non-violent, but angry protesters."

"Eli Saslow of The Washington Post profiled one of those protesters on March 26. That man, Randy Millam, did nothing violent at the rally, yet Saslow referenced 'death threats' and brick throwing in his article."

"Saslow, who was named an Obama 'slobberer' by media critic Bernard Goldberg, followed Millam, a rural Iowan, who made the trek to Iowa City to join people protesting at the president's speech. He brought an American flag, a homemade sign that read 'Chains We Can Believe In' and a megaphone. He also wore a cap with the Second Amendment written on it." ...
 

Federal judge upholds D.C. gun regulations; appeal expected
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A federal judge on Friday upheld the gun laws that the District of Columbia passed to comply with the landmark 2008 Supreme Court ruling that struck down the city's decades-old ban on handgun possession."

"U.S. District Judge Ricardo M. Urbina found that the new regulations were crafted to make the streets safer and aren't so restrictive that they violate the Second Amendment guarantee of a person's right to own a gun for self-defense."

"'It is beyond dispute that public safety is an important -- indeed, a compelling -- governmental interest,' Urbina wrote."

"The judge ruled that the District's handgun registration process ... is constitutional. He also upheld a city ban on most semiautomatic pistols." ...
 

Praxis: The Bayonet -- "Closing with the enemy is a massively psychological act."
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Folks,"

"Some of you may remember this Praxis post from late January on the subject of the U,S, Army dropping the school of the bayonet from training."

"You may also remember that LTG Hertling weighed in on the subject in these electronic pages and an 82nd Airborne veteran also provided this analysis."

"Here, thanks to Irregular TypeAy is the latest British take on the subject." ...
 

22 minutes for a concealed-weapon permit
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "But I know for a fact that when I applied for my Washington State Concealed Pistol License, I had never fired a revolver or semiautomatic handgun of any caliber. Not once. In fact, I had never even held a loaded pistol in my hands. And I had never taken a minute of formal firearms training."

"The state of Washington cared nothing about this when it came to issuing me a license ..."

"Indeed, the only requirements under the Washington law that grants me the right to obtain a concealed-carry permit are that I am 21 or older, have no history of mental illness and no criminal past. I meet all three. And there’s no requirement that I exhibit any knowledge of firearms or experience with them to buy a gun." ...
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Submitter's Note: Well Mike, are you going to buy a handgun and start carrying it without learning the legal requirements for self-defense, where it is lawful to carry, how to safely handle and shoot your gun? If you answer "Yes", then I strongly suggest that you seek professional help for your delusions, because you would have to be deluded to think you could just start carrying a gun. If you answer "No", then how dare you presume to believe that other permit holders are less responsible than you!
 

Brady Center Applauds Court Decision Upholding Strong D.C. Gun Laws
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"U.S. District Court Judge Ricardo M. Urbina today upheld as constitutional several strong gun laws enacted by the District of Columbia following the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2008 decision striking down D.C.’s handgun ban in District of Columbia v. Heller. The Court rejected arguments by Dick Heller (the same plaintiff who challenged D.C.’s prior laws) that the Second Amendment did not allow the District’s new firearms registration law, and bans on assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence assisted the District in defending its laws." ...
 

When Right-Wing Extremism Moves Mainstream
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Potok is the director of publications and information for the Southern Poverty Law Center. The group's latest Intelligence Report, 'Rage on the Right,' documents the growth in the number of hate and extremist groups — and how their rhetoric is increasingly entering the mainstream."

"In an interview with Fresh Air host Terry Gross, Potok explains that the meetings that took place on Jekyll Island were significant because they helped relaunch the anti-government 'Patriot' movement." ...
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Submitter's Note: Mark, Mark, Mark. The 'Patriot' movement is not anti-government, it is pro Constitution. We can't help it if the government boots you so energetically lick view the Constitution as a laundry list of things to try and circumvent instead of what it really is: The highest law of the land.
 

ME: Acadia National Park should remain closed to carrying firearms
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Columnist M.D. Harmon aimed at a laudable goal: greater safety in Acadia. He has one foot on the solid ground of new federal law."

"But his other foot is on a slippery slope of state statute that must be made firm through enacting a law prohibiting firearms (including those carried by concealed-weapons permit holders, the new plan) in Acadia National Park."

"Mr. Harmon believes we would all be safer if, when entering Acadia, a citizen were able to carry his .357 Magnum on his hip with a full load of hollow points in his belt and his beautiful Browning Citori 12-gauge in the back seat with rounds at hand. Woe betide evildoers!" ...
 

Hate is cheap political tool
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In the wake of the health care vote, we've seen an escalation of angry rhetoric and actions, fueling this week's wingnuts to ugly new heights of incitement."

"At least ten members of the House of Representatives received death threats this week ... Four local Democratic Party offices and district congressional offices had their windows broken with bricks."

"All this follows the online exhortations of militia leader Mike Vanderboegh, who wrote on his blog this past Friday: 'If we break the windows of hundreds, thousands, of Democrat party headquarters across this country, we might just wake up enough of them to make defending ourselves at the muzzle of a rifle unnecessary.'" ...
 

TN: Winston the Bulldog Must Also Submit to the Authorities
Submitted by: Larry

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"For anyone who has not heard about Winston the bulldog who mauled the plastic bumpers of some cop cars in Chattanooga, it is a most interesting story. Given the long history of police abuses in Chattanooga, I am glad to see that the canines are in revolt and truly 'taking a bite out of crime.'"

"However, a judge has ruled that Winston must attend re-education camp — or else. He also must wear a 'I'm dangerous' tag. From what I know, however, the members of the CPD don’t have to wear the sign 'I'm armed and dangerous,' even though it might be fitting. ... My take is that Winston was making a statement for all of the gentle dogs that cops around the county have shot and killed in the name of 'safety' ..."
 

PA: Pittsburgh Police: Intruder Shot Dead During Home Robbery
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police are investigating a deadly turn of events during an apparent robbery attempt in Pittsburgh’s Elliott neighborhood late Wednesday night."

"Police said two men -- one wearing a mask -- forced their way into an apartment in the 1000 block of Chartiers Avenue and were shot by people inside the home." ...

"The shooters fled the building and had not been located as of early Thursday evening, police said." ...
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H/t to David Codrea.
 

PA: Cops: Deputy fire chief shoots burglar
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"A female intruder learned a painful lesson in Rhawnhurst yesterday: Never wake a sleeping firefighter."

"Shortly before 12:30 p.m., police said, the burglar forced her way into a handsome corner house on Hoffnagle Street near Frontenac."

"The property was the home of Deputy Fire Chief Robert Wilkins, who was apparently sleeping on the second floor when the woman entered."

"Awakened by the noise, Wilkins partially made his way downstairs when he spotted the intruder and fired three shots, police said."

"The woman, who was not identified by police, was wounded in the leg and abdomen. ..." ...
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NH: Police: Home Intruder Shot In Leg
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A home intruder was shot in the leg in Lincoln on Wednesday night ..."

"... an intoxicated man entered an apartment ... at about 8:30 p.m. A resident fired a warning shot into the wall before shooting the man in the leg ..."

"'The best we can piece together is that (the intruder) knew someone who used to live in that apartment, and he thought that individual might still have been there,' said Chief Theodore Smith."

"The people inside the apartment threw the man out, but police said he returned."

"'Then, he proceeded to come back into the place and threatened one of them,' Smith said. 'The individual pulled out a weapon to defend himself.'" ...
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H/t to David Codrea.
 

TN: TN candidates respond to gun rights quiz - Governor - Joe Kirkpatrick
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In an effort to learn candidates' views, I am providing a gun rights questionnaire to Tennessee political candidates. Here are candidate Joe Kirkpatrick's answers:" ...
 

TN: TN candidates respond to gun rights quiz-Knox County Mayor - Tim Hutchison
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"In an effort to learn candidates' views, I am providing a gun rights questionnaire to Tennessee political candidates. Here are candidate Tim Hutchison's answers:" ...
 

TN: TN candidates respond to gun rights quiz - Governor - Ron Ramsey
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In an effort to learn candidates' views, I am providing a gun rights questionnaire to Tennessee political candidates. Here are candidate Ron Ramsey's answers:" ...
 

AR: The Arkansas Senate 'whisper campaign'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"According to a campaign email sent out from the Gilbert Baker campaign manager, a negative 'whisper campaign' has been 'knowingly generated' to 'mislead gun owners about Senator Baker's position on the Second Amendment…' Here is the email in its entirety:" ...

"The subject of this email has hardly been a 'whisper campaign'. The 'behind the scenes' politics and pressure which was brought upon the committee members during the discussions on HB 1623 [CHL privacy] in 2009 have been openly documented in both this column and in John Anderson’s blog on Arkansas Concealed Carry Association's website."

"Several other problems exist with this email, also:" ...
 

IA: Shall issue' gun bill makes last-minute progress in Iowa Legislature
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Sheriffs would no longer have nearly unlimited discretion to deny an Iowan a permit to carry a concealed weapon under a last-minute proposal before state legislators."

"Iowa would go from a 'may issue' state, meaning sheriffs may issue a permit but can deny any person for any reason, to a 'shall issue' state,where they could deny a permit for only a limited number of reasons."

"It’s what gun advocates have pushed hard for all session, but not all are happy with the compromise bill because they don’t think it’s progressive enough."

"Sen. Keith Kreiman, D-Bloomfield, negotiated the compromise proposal he thinks will standardize how permits are issued in all 99 counties, and give sheriffs better guidelines." ...
 

FL: A once deliberative body tilts hard right
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"Halfway through the legislative session, one thing is becoming crystal clear: this is not your father's Florida Senate. This new version might as well be the epicenter of right-wing ideology. The bills coming out of the senate almost makes the once flambouyant Florida House a mere amen corner."

"Take CS-SB6, a bill that makes teachers' jobs dependent on student test scores. It sailed through the Senate as did SB 2126, a measure that extends tax credits for school vouchers. And don't forget SJR 2, which asks voters to limit the class size amendment."

"There's more on tap. SB 98 would exempt guns made in Florida from federal laws (fortifies the Second Amendment). ..." ...
 

Was there a political motive in Phoenix gun dealer prosecution?
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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... "Yet far too often we see agents of the state trying to do just that--and relying on dirty information and dirtier tactics to make it happen. Add to that the practically unlimited resources the government can bring to bear against an individual, and many just roll over and plea bargain for whatever mercy their groveling can purchase. That and turn state's evidence..." ...

"Now add to this an element of personal ambition." ...
 

CA: BART Cop Involved In Grant Shooting Fired
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the BART police officers involved in the New Year's Day shooting last year that ended in the death of Oscar Grant has been fired, according to sources familiar with the case."

"The officer, Marysol Domenici, was one of the first two BART police officers to respond to the call of a fight on board a BART train ... Her partner was Tony Pirone, the officer Grant's family and their attorney blamed for escalating the situation that led to the shooting by fellow officer Johannes Mehserle, now charged with the Grant's murder."

"A BART spokesman confirmed on Thursday that Domenici was no longer employed by the BART Police Department as of Wednesday. Sources told KTVU that Domenici was fired after an administrative hearing." ...
 

LA: Inspector general blasts NOPD chief but won't take action against him
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"New Orleans Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux said Thursday that Police Superintendent Warren Riley has continued to violate the law by refusing to supply his office with documents about internal police investigations."

But in a letter to City Council President Arnie Fielkow, Quatrevaux said that even though 'it is distasteful to accept that the chief law enforcement officer of the city can disobey the police monitor law with impunity, I do not believe that it is worth this council's time and effort to sanction the superintendent given his impending departure.'" ...
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LA: Officer arrested on 6 charges of carnal knowledge, incest
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"A 35-year-old police officer was arrested by the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office on three counts of felony carnal knowledge and three counts of incest ..."

"Chief Frank Edwards III confirmed the arrest of Officer Floyd Cooksey, a member of the Independence Police Department, that occurred Tuesday."

"Edwards suspended Officer Cooksey before the start of his Sunday shift this weekend and Tangipahoa Sheriff's Office deputies conducted interviews and drew up the arrest warrants."

"Edwards said the arrest was a blow to the department, but that the right thing was done." ...
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OR: Police report released in Medford gun seizure case
Submitted by: UTAHmilitia.com
Website: http://www.macpistol.com

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"A 20-page police report released Wednesday afternoon details why five firearms were taken from David Pyles when a SWAT team and negotiators descended on his home on Effie Street on March 8th and he was taken into custody." ...
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Submitter's note: A 20 page or 500 or million page report does not justify illegal entry of his home, illegal seizure of his property without a warrant, and illegal arrest of a man who they knew committed no crime (not to mention the blatant slander of his good name).
 

CA: New gun rule for parks saves people time
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In response to Mr. Les Lyon's letter ('Concealed weapons in parks a bad idea,' March 19) about carrying concealed weapons in national parks: He doesn’t get the point of the law. It is to give law-abiding citizens the right to transport a weapon in or through the park. These parks are in states that promote hunting and shooting sports. It allows them to drive through the park one or two hours instead of around the park, taking a day in some places."

"Yes, some of these laws are written by the NRA — what better source is there? The NRA has been trying to get gun safety training in schools for about 80 years. But the school system chooses ignorance over knowledge. They teach sex education but have a phobia about guns." ...
 

NY: Rifle Team Places Second in the State
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"Three members of the Massapequa High School – Main Campus Rifle Team, coached by Alexander Norden, captured 2nd Place in the New York State Public High School Athletics Association (NYSPHSAA) Rifle Championship. Seniors Devon Esposito and Maggie Ward, along with junior Alec Altman, demonstrated their expert marksmanship and precision during the competition, held at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Devon was the individual state runner-up with a 282 and Maggie shot a career high 275." ...
 

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