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Dan Wesson Revolvers Return
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Way back in the 1980s Dan Wesson Arms produced some of the finest, most accurate, and popular large- and medium-frame revolvers ever made in America. In the demanding sport of handgun metallic shooting ... Dan Wesson revolvers literally owned the ranges." ...

"Despite this record of success, however, Dan Wesson was a small company as compared to other famous-name handgun makers, and during the 1990s it fell on hard times. ..."

"Last winter the Dan Wesson Firearms Co. was purchased lock, stock, and barrel by CZ-USA ... Beginning this year, CZ is launching a major reintroduction of the Dan Wesson revolver line, beginning with its most classic configurations and chamberings." ...
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Submitter's Note: A Dan Wesson .357, stainless with a 6" barrel was my first weapon, purchased 20 years ago.
 

TX: Man cleared of assault linked to shootout
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A 20-year-old Longview man has been cleared of an aggravated assault charge in connection with a shooting last year after prosecutors argued he fired a gun in self-defense."

"Travale Henson had been indicted in connection with a May 14 shooting with Keethan Harnage outside a birthday party on Avalon Street. A bullet from Harnage's gun left 15-year-old Sierra Foster of Longview dead."

"Prosecutors argued in a motion to dismiss that an investigation proved Henson fired two shots at Harnage in self-defense after Harnage 'began firing wildly' at him. Judge David Brabham of the 188th District Court signed the order to dismiss April 5." ...
 

IL: Off-duty officer kills armed man
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"An off-duty Chicago Police officer shot and killed an armed man who reportedly failed to comply with an order to drop his gun and then fought with the officer." ...

"'What we know right now is we have an off-duty officer sitting in his vehicle in the 7700 block of South Hermitage, and the police officer observed the offender walking in that area and he has a firearm on the outside of his trousers,' according to Bond."

"'The officer exits his vehicle and follows the offender and asks the offender to drop the weapon. The offender ignores the police command; at that point a struggle ensues,' she said. The officer 'fired in self-defense,' killing the man, she said."
 

IN: Would-be intruder shot, killed
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A 20-year-old man was shot to death about noon Wednesday as he tried to break into a home on the Far Eastside." ...

"On the way to the back door, he grabbed a firearm from a closet. At the back door, he heard and saw someone trying to force open the door. As he pulled back window blinds, he saw an arm come in through a broken window, Burton said."

"The homeowner fired one shot, striking Ivory in the chest. Ivory ran around to the front of the home and collapsed in the street. He was transported to Methodist by ambulance, where he was pronounced dead, Burton said."

"Burton said Sheriff's Department investigators consulted with the Marion County prosecutor's office, which ruled the shooting a justifiable homicide, meaning no charges will be filed."
 

TN: J D's owner shoots suspect
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"Store owner Karim Barakat didn't shoot at first when a robber pointed a gun at him during a holdup about 8 p.m. Tuesday at J D's Market in downtown Murfreesboro."

"But when the robber chambered a round and pointed the gun at his wife, Frieda, and adult daughter, Hala, the 71-year-old Barakat said he started pulling the trigger."

"'He was going to shoot us,' Barakat said."

"Detective Jim Wyatt reported Barakat fired three rounds from a .38-caliber handgun, striking the suspect, Edward Christopher Evans, in the wrist and shoulder."

"The impact knocked the suspect outside of the market on Maney Avenue and Vine Street, four blocks from Murfreesboro Police Department. The money he is accused of taking landed beside him." ...
 

MI: Bouncer questioned over Proof death (follow-up)
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"A man turned himself over to police for questioning in the death of rapper Proof during a nightclub shootout, authorities have said."

"Police have also said it was Proof who fired the first bullet in the gunfire that ended his life a day earlier."

"The bullet hit Keith Bender in the head, critically injuring him at the CCC, a nightclub in a strip of businesses along Eight Mile Road. ..."

"Mario Etheridge, 28, Bender's cousin and a bouncer at the club, met with police on Wednesday, the Detroit Free Press reported." ...

"If Proof was shot by someone trying to protect himself or another, the shooter will not be charged, police Sgt. Eren Stephens said." ...
 

MA: Man Charged After Shooting Neighbor's Dog
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"A Foxborough man was arrested and charged Wednesday after shooting his neighbor's Siberian husky dog, Kato." ...

"Wigmore runs a home day-care center and Kato was part of the backyard family, but neighbors remember the dog sometimes escaping the fence and wandering through other yards."

"Wednesday, Kato wandered to East Street where Frederick Grossmith, 48, lives. He said Kato and his own dog started fighting and, he told police, when he tried to break them up, Kato bit him. He then got his gun and shot Kato in the head." ...

"Grossmith called 911 and EMT's treated him for minor dog bites. ... Now, however, he's been charged with animal cruelty and weapons violations. ... Police confiscated all his weapons."
 

NY: Man gets 3 years on gun charge in slaying
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"A Mount Vernon man cleared of homicide charges in the slaying of an ex-convict who had shot him years earlier was sentenced yesterday to three years in prison for possessing the gun used in the killing."

"Mark Powell could have faced considerably more time in prison had jurors not found that he was justified in shooting Curtis Liburd ..."

"The White Plains jury acquitted Powell of murder and manslaughter charges in January after believing his claim that he shot the unarmed Liburd in self-defense. Powell testified that he fired after Liburd threatened him and tried to grab his gun. He was also cleared of a more serious charge that accused him of intending to use the gun unlawfully." ...
 

CT: Pellet gun brought into Seymour school
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"A pellet gun found in a Derby Middle School student's locker last week prompted school officials to send parents letters on Wednesday reassuring them that the no one was hurt. The gun allegedly belonged to a 12-year-old male student who was arrested last Friday. He was charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds, a class D felony, and released to his legal guardian on a promise to appear in juvenile court next Wednesday."

"The police did not release the name of the accused because he was a minor. Supt. of Schools Tom Petruny said the student was suspended from school and would face an expulsion hearing. He added that he initially held off from sending out parental letters because he said the incident was minor." ...
 

OR: Gubernatorial candidate visits Sweet Home
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"People need to see their governor is for real, state Sen. Jason Atkinson, a gubernatorial candidate, said."

"'Our whole campaign is based on grassroots, hard work and going everywhere,' Atkinson said." ...

"'I was raised in a family that puts a very high ethic on service,' Atkinson said. He put himself through college, earned his master's degree, started his own business consulting company and published his first book, 'What We All Wish Politicians Understood.' His wife, Stephanie Atkinson, is a graduate of Oregon Institute of Technology."

"Atkinson supports private property rights and the Second Amendment, he said, and he has always fought increases in property, incoming, business and consumer taxes and opposed a sales tax." ...
 

MO: Eminent domain debate digresses, fails to sway
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"A dreary, five-hour House debate on technical aspects of eminent domain law Wednesday turned into a battle over gun rights and the propriety of research on early stem cells." ...

"Rep. Belinda Harris ... proposed an amendment to prohibit the government from using the power of eminent domain to force the sale of any house of worship. ..."

"That prompted Rep. Mike Frame ... to propose exempting any property used as a gun shop. He said such an exemption befitted businesses protected by the Second Amendment right to bear arms."

"Rep. Shannon Cooper ... who owns a gun store, said gun shops were not equivalent to churches and should not be placed in a special class exempt from rules that apply to all other businesses." ...
 

MO: Lawmaker defends force bill
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"Despite opposition, State Rep. Marilyn Ruestman says she will 'hold tight' to her defensive use of force bill that passed last week in the Missouri House."

"The legislation, originally filed by the Newton County lawmaker as HB 1461, would protect from civil or criminal litigation citizens who kill in the act of self-defense and expands the circumstances when deadly force could be used." ...

"But Ruestman believes the [current] law is ambiguous and that it's assumed victims must retreat when attacked. She previously told the Daily News it's 'ridiculous' for someone to stop and determine if an assault could be fatal before using lethal force in self-defense." ...

 

NE: Gun law is crazy talk (second letter)
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"I wonder if I’m the only one who's confused."

"I can't light up a cigarette in a restaurant, because it might harm the health of someone on the other side of the room, and this community is very concerned with preventing its citizens from coming to harm."

"But that good person on the other side of the room is perfectly within his/her rights to be packing a gun, and this is for my benefit in case some evil person comes bursting through the door waving a gun. What?" ...

"So, do I need to get a gun so I can protect myself from my crazy neighbor, who might have a gun? No! I will not be signing up to carry a gun, and I will not knowingly associate with someone who does." ...
 

FL: Kiss kiss bang bang
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"When it comes to toxic relationships, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee are amateurs compared to the deadly love-lock between the Florida Legislature and the National Rifle Association."

"In past years, the NRA has persuaded lawmakers to let polluting gun ranges off the hook, blocked police from tracking guns through pawn shops and pushed through a ludicrous law protecting people who get scared and recklessly open fire."

"But like a lover who gets drunk at an office party and insults the boss, NRA lobbyists finally stepped on the wrong toes. A bill that would (among other things) punish employers for banning guns on their property raised the ire of Florida's powerful business lobby." ...
 

NC: Arms Debate: Firearms proposal would tighten rules
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"The town council will hold a public hearing tonight on a proposal to tighten restrictions on who can shoot a gun in the town, and where they can shoot it."

"Under proposed revision to its firearms ordinance, people under 18 would be prohibited from shooting a handgun, shotgun or rifle unless an adult accompanies them."

"Residents also would be prohibited from firing within 500 feet from a house or other buildings unless the owner granted them permission. The current requirement is 300 feet."

"Both supporters and critics of the revision see it as a reflection of the suburbanization of Lewisville, where subdivisions are taking over much of the farmland." ...
 

CA: Oakland hopes high-tech plan will help in gun crackdown
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"A state-of-the-art system that uses powerful microphones to pinpoint the location of gunshots may be on its way to some of Oakland's most dangerous neighborhoods."

"The ShotSpotter gunshot location system, already in operation in parts of Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., promises to dispatch police officers to the scene of the shooting within seconds."

"City Councilmember Larry Reid said Tuesday night he would pay the $10,000 cost from his office's discretionary fund to test the system, perhaps before the end of the month. Reid's district includes some of the most violent and crime-ridden areas of the city." ...
 

MS: Melton may be breaking law
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"State statutes, local ordinances and attorney general opinions indicate Jackson Mayor Frank Melton is violating the law when he participates in police patrols, searches and traffic stops."

"But none of the officials contacted by The Clarion-Ledger expressed any interest in challenging Melton on his crime-fighting methods."

"Melton carries a holstered handgun while on patrol with police, which, according to the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, is a violation of state law because he doesn't have a permit to carry a concealed weapon."

"State and local laws also call into question whether Melton impersonates a police officer when wearing a bullet-resistant vest labeled "Police" and a gold badge that says 'Mayor.'"
 

NJ: Jury mulls ex-cop stalking charges
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"A Mercer County jury will begin deliberating today in the stalking trial for a former Princeton Borough police officer."

"Robert Mucciarelli, 64, of Chesterfield, is charged with stalking a 42-year-old Lawrence woman. He also faces charges of making terroristic threats, aggravated assault, witness tampering and possession of a weapon for a series of incidents that allegedly happened last year."

"...The aggravated assault charge stems from a fight between Mucciarelli and Kelty's boyfriend, Michael Tracy. Tracy said Mucciarelli pointed a gun at him in the courtyard of Kelty's Lawrence apartment during a fight. Mucciarelli claimed he acted in self-defense." ...
 

CA: Accord Reached Over Fatal Shooting
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"The city of Los Angeles has reached a tentative financial settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit over the police killing of 13-year-old Devin Brown." ...

"Officer Steven Garcia shot Brown on Feb. 6, 2005, in South Los Angeles, as the boy backed a stolen Toyota Camry toward a police car ... Garcia fired 10 shots, hitting the youth seven times." ...

"... Investigators estimated that Brown was driving 10 to 12 mph when he scraped the passenger side of Garcia's cruiser, and 2 mph or less when the officer, who had scrambled out of the way of the car, opened fire."

"When he fired, Garcia was standing to the side of the car and not in its path, the commission found." ...
 

OH: Tough Campaign Looms for Ohio Senator
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"Republican Sen. Mike DeWine, in trouble with parts of his conservative base in Ohio, went looking for some grass-roots support this month ..." ...

"... But this year the NRA is giving him an F after he opposed a bill that prohibits lawsuits against gun manufactures for unlawful use of their firearms."

"'It was our No. 1 legislative priority last year, but DeWine was the lone Republican to vote against the [filibuster-breaking] cloture vote on the bill and the lone Republican to speak against the bill that had overwhelmingly bipartisan support and passed by a 2-to-1 margin,' said NRA chief lobbyist Chris W. Cox. 'He has been a consistent, loyal supporter of the gun-control movement ...' Mr. Cox told me." ...
 

DC: Officer Considers Legal Action Against Cynthia McKinney
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... "Union officials are also looking into the run-in between one of the congresswoman's employees and Channel 2 Action News reporter Scott MacFarlane."

"They're looking into the background of the man who claimed on-camera to be a police officer."

"The union says he should be prosecuted for impersonating a police officer."

"Rep. McKinney's office says the man is her driver, not a police officer."

"'We rail against people who use police authority when they don't have it,' says Canterbury."

"'It's dangerous for police officers. It's dangerous for the public. Imitating police is not a good thing,' he added." ...
 

MI: Motorist's toy gun leads to his arrest
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"A television scene — police, with guns drawn, standing near a stopped vehicle — became a reality during Tuesday morning rush hour when officers stopped a motorist on the expressway near Fowlerville after he allegedly brandished what appeared to be a firearm at other drivers."

"What officers found when once they searched the man's vehicle was an air gun, a toy that shoots plastic pellets." ...

"Murphy said the suspect told police that he did not point a gun, but his cellular phone, at another motorist because he was mad. The reason for his anger was not disclosed."

"However, officers did a routine search of the man's vehicle and discovered a silver air gun." ...
 

UK: RAF doctor jailed over Iraq refusal
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"An RAF doctor was today jailed for eight months after being found guilty of failing to comply with lawful orders when he refused to serve in Iraq."

"Flight Lieutenant Malcolm Kendall-Smith - who likened the invasion of Iraq to a Nazi war crime - was convicted on five charges, including refusing to serve in Basra, by a court martial panel of five RAF officers. He will also be dismissed from the service." ...

"Judge Advocate Jack Bayliss told Kendall-Smith that the court martial panel believed he had acted on moral grounds. However, he accused him of an 'amazing arrogance' ..." ...

"'Those who wear the Queen's uniform cannot pick and choose which orders they will obey. ...'" [emphasis added] ...
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Submitter's Note: I guess retroactive exoneration of Nazi war criminals is next on JAG Bayliss' agenda.
 

UK: Fake Gun - But Could You Tell?
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"WOULD you be able to tell whether this gun was real if it was pointed at you?"

"That is the judgment it is feared an armed police officer may have to make, with tragic consequences."

"This ball bearing-firing gun, made to look like a pistol-grip, pump action firearm, was seized by police on Saturday evening. The gun may be destroyed."

"Officers discovered the replica weapon at a house while investigating reports a man had been seen in Douglas carrying what looked like a gun."

"Inspector Ken Kneale said some replicas look frighteningly realistic and a member of the police firearms team may one day be faced with the decision of shooting someone who is carrying what looks like a real gun." ...
 

OH: Gun group raises money at Nelson Commons
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A gun advocacy group played host to a banquet Saturday night in Nelson Commons, which included catered food, some of Southeast Ohio politics’ biggest names and the raffling of firearms."

"The Friends of NRA, a fundraising project of the National Rifle Association Foundation, organized the event in the stately South Green dining room most students remember from Precollege orientation." ...
 

NM: Larry Spohn: An ode to Billys
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"Billy the Kid, eat your heart out."

"True to its Old West, gunslinging history, New Mexico is becoming one of the nation's hottest spots for shooting - targets, not people. From Raton to Las Cruces, New Mexicans are shooting more at better ranges, and this passion is attracting national attention, recently yielding yet another in a series of shooting plums."

"Last month, Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson quietly approved $1.4 million in state funds for Albuquerque's Shooting Range State Park. Criticized for huge capital budget cuts ... the presidential wannabe shrewdly put himself on the right side of the Second Amendment, law enforcement and New Mexico's legendary gun heritage. GOP, eat your heart out." ...
 

UK: Bereaved mother offers hope in war on gun crime
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"A bloody circle was completed in the early hours of Saturday morning in New Cross, south London."

"Andrew Wanogho, 26, the man accused of murdering Damian Cope outside a West End nightclub in 2002, bled to death in the gutter - shot through the back and heart in a killing that will be seen as street justice to those familiar with gang culture."

"Detectives have not ruled out the possibility that Mr Wanogho's murder was a revenge attack for Mr Cope's death, but he had many enemies. ... Mr Wanogho was considered a hothead who had a history of firearms-related crime. When any cases against him came to court, witnesses would back out, as happened in his trial at the Old Bailey over the Cope murder. He was acquitted." ...
 

UK: Terrified boy, 10, held at gunpoint in armed raid on his parents' shop
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"A 10-YEAR-OLD boy was held at gunpoint and ordered to lie down on the floor when an armed robber targeted his parents' shop."

"The child was left terrified after the robber raided the Cheshire business with a pistol. It happened at 7.20pm on Tuesday when a man in a balaclava burst into the shop in Surrey Street, Runcorn."

"He threatened the shop owners, a husband and wife aged 54 and 49 and their young son."

"A spokeswoman for Cheshire Police said: 'The robber had with him what appeared to be a black handgun.'"

"'He pointed the gun towards the man and boy and ordered them to lie on the floor which they did.'" ...
 

Canada: Crackdown on licence laws? (letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Re: 'Biker bloodbath; Tight-lipped OPP raid country home of outlaw gang member' (April 10)

With the discovery of eight bodies and the possibility of a biker gang war looming, I can only imagine the Liberal government's course of action here.

When drug-dealing gangs were killing each other in Toronto, the answer was the confiscation of target shooting pistols, owned legally. With bikers duking it out, are tough new motorcycle licensing laws about to be introduced?
 

UK: Stolen guns found in raid
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"Four shotguns, a rifle with a silencer and ammunition which had all been stolen were seized in police raids targeting a crime ring."

"Police said last night they were 'relieved and delighted' to retrieve the weapons in one of the biggest finds of recent years in Oxford just days after they were stolen from a west Oxfordshire plant nursery."

"The guns were being kept at a house in Headington. Detectives fear they were set to be used by criminals."

"But they admitted other firearms taken in the burglary at Rupert GooddyPlants, in Buckland Road, Bampton, were yet to be recovered."

"The guns were discovered when 50 police raided two homes in Benson Road and Grays Road on Tuesday." ...
 

Canada: Cops find sawed-off rifle, break-in tools in stolen car
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Two Kitchener men and a Waterloo woman have been charged with a long list of offences after being found in a stolen car with a variety of weapons.

The car was stolen from the Mitchell Animal Hospital on Gage Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, and located a few hours later at Conestoga Mall, said Staff Sgt. Sandy Shantz.

Two men, 31 and 47, and a 25-year-old woman were arrested at the scene. Police seized a knapsack containing a 22-calibre sawed-off rifle with a round in the chamber.

Officers also seized break-in tools, bear mace, a large knife and stolen liquor. All three face charges including theft, possession of stolen property and a variety of weapons offences.
 

Australia: AK-47, drugs seized in raid
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"POLICE have seized tens of thousands of dollars worth of drugs and an AK-47 assault rifle and arrested a rape suspect in a raid on a house in Melbourne."

"Two men and a woman, all in their mid-to-late 30s, were arrested when four Broadmeadows detectives raided the house in Gentles Avenue in Campbellfield, in the city's north, about 1pm (AEST) yesterday."

"Police were searching for 12 motorcycles earlier stolen from a warehouse in Campbellfield."

"They found no motorcycles but seized LSD with a street value of more than $40,000 as well as quantities of other drugs including ecstasy, crystal methamphetamine, Viagra, Valium and other prescription tranquillisers, and three assault rifles including an AK-47." ...
 

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