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WA: With Their Rights ‘Under Attack,’ Pro-Gun Advocates Rally in Olympia
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Last month, we saw thousands hit the streets and call for gun control in the March For Our Lives. Now, gun owners say it’s their turn. Pro-gun rallies will be held across the country Saturday, including in Olympia. There are more than 50 rallies planned for tomorrow, most at state capitols. Some states will see rallies at both their capitols and in other cities. At least three are planned in Utah, where some state lawmakers are expected to speak. Some expect hundreds to attend, others thousands.
 

MI: Gun Owners Association Donates to Gladstone K-9 Fund
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Courtesy photo Delta County Gun Owners Association incoming Vice President Kathie Scott and outgoing Vice President Rodney Maynard present a check for $500 to Gladstone Public Safety Officer Ryan Peterson to help Gladstone Public Safety raise funds to start a K-9 Unit that will be trained in drug enforcement. DCGOA is working with local law enforcement to make our communities safer, association officials said.
 

MI: A Couple of Local Athletes Compete at Jr. Olympics
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Two local athletes are in the mountain state to compete in the Junior Olympics.

They were chosen to compete at the National Junior Olympics Shooting Championships in Colorado Springs this month.

Soraya (Sara) Nevin of Holt and Lillian Warren of Perry train with teams hosted at Michigan State University Demmer Center for Shooting Sports and Education.

They both have earned competitive state rankings which qualified them for this event.

Sara, age 17, will be competing in Air Pistol as a Junior 2 which includes ages 15-17 years-old. And Lillian, age 14, will be competing in both Air Rifle and Smallbore (.22 Caliber) Rifle as a Junior 3, age 14 and under.
 

Unfunny “Comedian” Attacks College Coed Over Gun Photo
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The ingredients for the delicious and controversial gumbo recipe are the best part of another Twitter whining session from quasi-celebrity anti-firearm extremists, who pawn themselves off as entertainers.

-Start with a posting of a nice looking college coded posing in a Trump shirt and a gun in her waistband for a well-deserved graduation photo. (Makes me wish I was 20 years younger.)

-Add the obligatory and jealous social media attacks from talentless hacks against the young woman and with absolutely no consequences and a good summary of the stream of unconsciousness from Twitchy.
 

SC: Rep. Mark Sanford Supports Expanding Gun Background Check Time at Town Hall in Charleston
Submitted by: David Williamson
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U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford pledged Saturday to introduce a federal measure to expand the time allotted for background checks on gun purchases from three to five days. The promise came during a two-hour town hall meeting at Burke High School where a group of students from Academic Magnet High School and other local residents grilled Sanford on gun policy in a town hall format. Topics ranged from the banning of guns like the AR-15, to whether he'd continue to accept campaign contributions from the National Rifle Association.
 

MD: Gun Rights Advocates Stage Rally Outside Annapolis State House
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Second amendment advocates call on Gov. Larry Hogan to veto gun control legislation during Annapolis rally.
 

NY: March, Rally Converge at Capitol
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Several hundred people convened on West Capitol Park for the second annual March for Science on Saturday. In the middle of speeches before the afternoon March for Science kicked off, hundreds of unrelated rally participants rounded the Capitol building marching for their Second Amendment rights. The scheduling was coincidental, participants’ activities restrained and respectful. And no incidents were reported.
 

Why No One Wants to Back The Smart Gun of The Future
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It was supposed to be the dawn of a new era of “smart guns.”
Spurred by the deaths of 20 young children in the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school shooting, Silicon Valley set out to make safer, technologically advanced weapons that could only be fired by their owners. Venture-capital luminary Ron Conway, known for his early investments in Google GOOGL, -0.12% and PayPal PYPL, -0.25% , led the charge, raising millions for grants aimed at jump-starting the smart-gun industry.
 

AZ: U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego Talks Gun control, #RedforEd at Phoenix Town Hall
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Attendees of U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego's town hall Saturday vented their simmering anger about Gov. Doug Ducey's proposed school-safety plan and the country's recent air strikes against Syria. But they went easy on the Democratic congressman, who seemed to share the same concerns as the 90-plus constituents who showed up at Phoenix's First Church UCC.
 

TN: Second Amendment Rally Held In Nashville
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Saturday on the streets of Nashville, a group held a response to the gun control marches seen across the country in March, including right here at home. This time, those taking a stand were people worried that this country's second amendment could soon be curtailed.
 

OR: Hundreds Gather For Gun Rights Rally Near Oregon State Capitol
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Approximately 300 people gathered at the Oregon World War II Memorial near the Oregon State Capitol for a pro-second amendment rally Saturday morning, as part of a nationwide effort organized by The National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans. The rally comes just weeks after the nationwide March for Our Lives protest, where students, teachers and community members took to the streets demanding stricter gun laws to combat gun violence. More than 3,000 people attended the Salem event on March 24.
 

MO: Missourians Show Support at Second Amendment Rally
Submitted by: David Williamson
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More than 150 people from different areas of Missouri gathered Saturday at the state Capitol to voice their support for the Second Amendment. Missouri's "Americans for America" rally ran in conjunction with other nationwide Second Amendment rights events, hosted by the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans.
 

CA: Marching for the Second Amendment
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Local Second Amendment supporters had their own march in Redding on Saturday as gun-rights rallies were staged at state capitals around the country.
 

CO: Second Amendment Supporters Rally At Governor's Mansion
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Rallies for gun rights or tougher gun penalties have spread across the country - including a rally on Saturday at the Governor's Mansion in Denver.
 

ND: Gun Rights Advocates Gather at Capitol
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Flags waving, dogs barking and children running about marked the scene on the steps of North Dakota's Capitol building on Saturday, April 14. Amid national calls for stricter gun control in the wake of school shootings, about 200 people gathered locally at the Americans for America rally, hoping to show there are those on the other side of the issue. "I'd like people to know Second Amendment rights are important to many people," said Robert Gregoire, of Bismarck.
 

ME: Hundreds Rally at Maine Capitol in Support of Gun Rights
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Organizers of a gun rights rally in Augusta, Maine, say about 800 people showed up to protest what they fear are attempts to limit Second Amendment rights. Dave Gulya helped lead Saturday’s rally, which he says made the point that “we are law abiding.”
 

MS: Gun Rights Advocates Rally at The State Capitol Saturday
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Gun rights advocates rallied at the state capitol Saturday. This was one of many rallies held across the country. Supporters were encouraged to bring unloaded firearms, but only in states where it was legal. “I think it is important the American people should retain the right to self-defense,” said Columbus Resident Danny Bedwell. The rain didn't stop more than three dozen gun advocates from trekking to the State Capitol to defend the Second Amendment.
 

NC: Gun Rights Rally Draws Hundreds to Halifax Mall
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Hundreds of people demonstrated in support of the Second Amendment in Raleigh on Saturday. The event was part of a nationwide protest in which gun rights activists rallied in state capitals. Raleigh's demonstration drew a sizable crowd from around the state who worried the government would ban or restrict guns and gun sales.
 

WI: Pro-gun, Second Amendment Rally in Madison
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More than 100 people gathered at the Capitol for a pro-gun, second amendment rally. The local chapter of the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans said this is a response to the student led gun violence protests known as the march for our lives.
 

Massachusetts Cop Slaying another Gun Control Failure
Submitted by: David Williamson
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While Massachusetts citizens and police are mourning the slaying of a 32-year-old Yarmouth police officer Thursday, one fact that seems to have been overlooked is that it amounts to a monumental failure of that state’s court system and restrictive gun control laws.

The suspect in this case is identified as Thomas Latanowich, whose criminal history reportedly includes more than 100 charges – many related to gun law violations – and a stretch in prison. He allegedly shot Officer Sean Gannon and his K-9 partner when the officer was attempting to serve a warrant.
 

NV: Gun supporters: 'The only thing we have is self-defense'
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Why would anybody choose to vote for less freedom? It’s something 61-year-old Suzy Jansen kept asking herself on Saturday as she stood at the Nevada Capitol. “That’s what I always tell my students, and I don’t understand that,” said Jansen, a 30-year-long teacher for the Sacramento City Unified School District.
 

IN: Second Amendment Supporters Rally at Indiana Statehouse with Their Guns
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Hundreds of people met outside the Indiana Statehouse Saturday afternoon with their guns. It was part of a rally to support the Second Amendment, with the crowd saying carrying guns is a right, and is there for protection and self-defense. The rally was one of 45 events held across the country, put on by the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans. The group encouraged the crowd to bring their unloaded rifles, if state law allowed it.
 

CA: Resident Shoots Man After He Breaks in, Threatens Family
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A man who broke into a home in Stockton Saturday morning is dead after a resident shot him, the Stockton Police Department said. Officers arrived at the home on South Monroe Street at 8:15 a.m., police said. The resident of the home shot a man who broke into his home and made threats to his family, police said. He was transported to a hospital but did not survive.

 

IA: Sioux City Police, Prosecutors Seek to Stop Use of Toy Guns
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It was just after 1 a.m. Dec. 15 when 18-year-old Devon Simons walked into the Kum & Go, pointed what appeared to be a black handgun at the clerk and demanded cigarettes and cash. He left with 13 packs and nearly $1,000.

 

Courtland Sykes for U.S. Senate on Guns & Making America Great
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Courtland Sykes is running for U.S. Senate to represent the state of Missouri in 2018. We belive he is someone the readership at Ammoland News should get to know and support. If you are in Missouri volunteer and vote for Courtland. If you not from Missouri consider making a donation.
 

VA: 200 Rally for Gun Rights at Virginia State Capitol
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About 200 people, some with handguns on their hips and others with rifles slung across their backs, gathered on the grounds of the Virginia Capitol on Saturday for a rally in support of the Second Amendment. The peaceful crowd assembled at the Bell Tower at Capitol Square with the goal of defending their rights to self-defense and educating the public about the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The rally quickly turned political when Republican candidates Ryan McAdams, Corey Stewart and E.W. Jackson took the stage.
 

ID: Hundreds rally for Second Amendment in Boise
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A rally in support of the Second Amendment brought a few hundred people to the steps of the Idaho State Capitol Saturday. Rallies in support of gun rights were planned for every state capital -- held simultaneously across time zones. The Boise rally began at 12 p.m. Mountain Time.
 

CT: Second Amendment Rally in Hartford Implores Hundreds to ‘Fight, Fight, Fight’
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Bearing banners, placards and American flags, hundreds of gun-ownership and Second Amendment supporters gathered in front of the State Capitol in Hartford Saturday, protesting gun-control and anti-gun legislation here and elsewhere nationwide. The rally, organized by the Connecticut Citizens Defense League, a gun rights advocacy group, was in response to gun-control sentiment and the backlash against gun-rights groups in the wake of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting in February, CCDL event coordinator Holly Sullivan said.
 

FL: Second Amendment Supporters Rally for Fewer Restrictions
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A couple hundred people gathered Saturday on the lawn of the Old Capitol showing unadulterated support for the Second Amendment and demanding lawmakers leave it alone. A sister rally of those across the nation, the Tallahassee event attracted people from all over the state. A shooting range and shop, Shoot Straight, sponsored buses to help people make it to the capital.
 

MT: Hundreds Turn Out For Kalispell Pro-Gun Rally
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A few hundred people turned out for the Rally for our Rights pro-gun rally in the Flathead Saturday. This rally was organized by three high school students in response to recent "March for our Lives" rallies held across the country. The organizers told NBC Montana they picked April 14 because it was a month after those rallies.
 

UT: Gun Owners Rally for Second Amendment Rights at the State Capitol Building
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Salt Lake City (News4Utah)- Happening today, more than a hundred gun owners, many open carrying their firearms - Rallied for 2nd Amendment rights today at the Utah State Capitol. A group called Students for Liberty organized today's rally on the capitol steps. Attendees listened to speakers emphasize the importance of gun freedom and discuss the March for Our Lives Movement spearheaded by students who survived a school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
 

NM: Gun Owners Gather Outside Roundhouse to Support Second Amendment
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Within a crowd of proud gun owners outside the New Mexico state capitol Saturday, not all opinions were the same. James Clayshulte and Jennifer Wertz are both for the Second Amendment, but they have different thoughts on some things that have dominated headlines in recent months. "As far as bump stocks, I'll give you that one. I don't necessarily…in fact, I wouldn't buy one," Clayshulte said. "I think they'll destroy your gun.".
 

KS: Gun Rights Advocates Rally
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Gun rights enthusiasts stood in the cold rain listening to speakers for two hours Saturday afternoon on the Kansas Statehouse grounds during a Second Amendment rally highlighted by the appearance of Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach. A head count showed about 250 people were present for the gathering near the south steps of the Statehouse, said Melissa Stout, who teamed up with fellow Wichita resident Denise O’Leary to organize the rally.
 

PA: Second Amendment Supporters Hold Rally in Mercer Co. to Defend Their Rights
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Well over 100 people showed up to a march in Mercer County on Sunday in support of the Second Amendment. Ryan Hoffman and Mark Kasoirek had been organizing the event for the past two weeks. The say showing support for gun owners and the Second Amendment is needed in order to prove that people who own guns are good people. "Our rights are under attack right now. The Second Amendment is an amendment, it should stand as it is. If we lose the Second Amendment, what's next? The First?" Kasoirek said.
 

FL: Sen. Bill Nelson Gets Facts on Gang-Related Shooting Wrong
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Surprise, surprise. Another gun control advocate has misconstrued a tragic event to drum up support for a ban on semi-automatic rifles like the AR-15. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., either doesn’t care about the facts or will use any tragedy to restrict the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. Such was the case recently when Nelson used a gang-related retaliatory murder in Liberty City, Fla. to blame an “assault weapon,” even though the shooting was committed with a handgun.
 

FL: Parkland Officials Block Conservative From Speaking at School. But See Who They Did Allow to Speak.
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Prominent pro-Trump pundit Charlie Kirk, who founded student activist organization Turning Point USA, was scheduled to speak at an event at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the coming weeks, but was abruptly disinvited, forcing him to host an off campus event. And some people believe Kirk’s conservative views, especially his pro-Second Amendment stance, contributed to school officials’ decision to disallow Kirk from speaking at the school.
 

Guns and Gear for an Australian Buffalo Hunt
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The rifle I used was a Dakota Model 76 Traveler. This is a takedown version of Dakota’s African grade rifle. The controlled-round-feed action runs smooth and fast. The rifle is sub-MOA accurate and the stock design helps to mitigate recoil for fast follow-up shots. If I were to set out to design the ultimate dangerous-game rifle, this is where I would end up. It’s good looking, too! MSRP: $7,240; dakotaarms.com.
 

NY: Colton Hosts First Gun Show
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In a community filled with a history of hunting, the Colton Fire Department held its first gun show over the weekend, adding to the list of gun shows that pop up in St. Lawrence County throughout the year. By the start of the show at 9 a.m. Saturday morning, the parking lot of the firehouse at 80 Riverside Drive was already full and customers continued to make their way through the doors to peruse the variety of firearms on display, from historic rifles and artistically designed wood-grained shotguns, to six-shooter pistols and assault rifle-style semi-automatic weapons.
 

Wells Fargo Says it Will Keep Lending to Gun Industry
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Two of its competitors, Bank of America and Citi, have taken a step away from the gun industry since a shooting at a Florida high school left 17 people dead. But Wells chief financial officer John Shrewsberry told reporters Friday that the bank is "not currently setting policy in our extension of credit." "As our CEO has publicly stated, we do not believe that the American public wants banks to decide which legal products consumers can and cannot buy," spokesman Alan Elias said. "We believe this issue requires a legislative solution that allows the public to voice their concerns."
 

Gun Owners Weigh in on National Debate at Swanton Shooting Range
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Nikki Cassidy had never shot a gun before Sunday, when she joined her husband at Cleland’s Outdoor World for the new owner’s first brunch and bullets event. “It was scary but exhilarating,” Mrs. Cassidy said. “It’s a weird feeling. I don’t know how to explain it. It’s something you have to experience.” Ken Shields has owned the longtime Swanton store since February, and hosted the Sunday morning event to get further involved in the community.
 

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