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No Fool Like an Old Fool
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "In other words, this author is either ignorant or a liar. And he published a book that's based on a demonstrably false premise."

"Then there's this whole business about shooting up NRA HQ while innocents soil themselves--and the author justifies it using a hospital massacre to blame NRA, or what it ostensibly represents--you know, you and me."

"Pretty warped fantasy, but pretty revealing about what makes this guy tick. " ...
 

As Rep. Giffords prepares to attend shuttle launch, Gun Owners' Erich Pratt says 'armed citizens pose a huge deterrent to criminals'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On that January day near Tucson, a young man arrested at the Giffords meeting with her constituents allegedly shot nineteen people, killing six of them. Rep. Giffords was shot in the head at point-blank range. Is it the GOA position that the incident might have turned out differently if more people were carrying guns at the event?"

"There are far more examples every day of guns being used to save life than to take life. Obviously, one can never predict the outcome of any particular incident. But as a general rule, the potential victims are always the 'first responders' who can deal with the perpetrator much more quickly than the police can." ...
 

Can We Prevent a Second Civil War?
Submitted by: Tom Price

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... "On the other side of the room from the Fudds is the 'Cold Dead Fingers' crowd. A lot of tough talk over in that camp. A lot of arm chair patriotism and rhetorical heat. A lot of 'let 'em try to take my guns!' chest puffing. But somewhere at the core of this quite large group of gun owners is a determined minority that does really mean it."

"I would assert that every single one of these very determined armed Americans has some idea, deep in his or her heart, as to what their personal 'line in the sand' actually is. When it comes to this amorphous, mostly low profile, group, the hammer is cocked. These folks are getting to be known as the 'Three Percenters'." ...
 

Reuters: "Obama administration seeks more comments on rifle sale plan." Antis beating gun rights folks more than two to one. Pick up the slack!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "C'mon guys, pick up the slack. If the antis are beating us more than 2 to 1 something's bad wrong. Are you willing to concede that they are a more determined minority than we are?" ...
 

Self-Defense Tip: Don’t Have Your Pants on the Ground, Pants on the Ground
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Police officers – the smart ones, at least – have always assumed anyone they deal with is armed. With gun rights moving in the right direction nationwide, more of the people cops come in contact with are now law abiding CCW holders."

"Ron Avery, former police officer and owner of the Practical Shooting Academy, is very much pro-CCW. Avery [above] offers some suggestions for guys on the beat, helping them recognize and deal with legal pistol packers." ...
 

Wal-Mart Expands Gun Sales, Still in Bed with MAIG
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'The world's largest retailer stopped selling hunting rifles and bullets at all but a third of its U.S. stores five years ago, citing diminishing sales,' The Wall Street Journal reports. 'It is now restoring them to hundreds of locations, bringing the total to nearly half of its more than 3,600 U.S. namesake stores, as part of a larger push to restore 'heritage categories' of merchandise such as fishing rods and bolts of sewing fabric that it removed in an attempt to go upscale that backfired.' ..." ...
 

Laser Training Cartridges: Training Aid or Negligent Discharge Enabler?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... In addition to the chamber boresighters, Laserlyte has released what they call their 'Laser Training Cartridges' for 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. They’re almost the same as the chamber boresighters, but they’re only for handguns and they’re momentarily activated when you pull the trigger and the firing pin hits a spring-loaded switch. ..." ...

"I’m not sure if these gadgets are a great training aid or a 'What Could Possibly Go Wrong?' candidate. ..." ...
 

Barrett’s New MRAD
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The big bullet boys at Barrett have a new gun with which to run. 'Chambered in .338 Lapua Mag., the MRAD weighs less than 15 pounds, or roughly half of a Model 82A1,' shootingillustrated.com reports. ..."
 

Smith & Wesson To Debut New M&P .22
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Smith & Wesson is set to unveil their new M&P .22 at the NRA Convention tomorrow. While macho men may sneer at the lower caliber variant, hard times have lead many a large caliber only firearms enthusiasts [back] to rimfire rounds. ..."
 

TTAG APB: Come Shoot the Ruger SR1911 Next Thursday PM
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As promised, I’ve arranged some range time for members of TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia who’d like some trigger time with the new Ruger SR1911. I’ve rented the American Firearms School in North Attleboro, MA. The Ruger Rumble will start at 8:30 pm next Thursday (the cinco de Mayo) and run ’til 10 pm. As AFS is charging me $225 for the slot, I respectfully request a $15 contribution (i.e. fee) payable on the night. Although AFS rents a nice selection of pistols and long guns, you’re welcome to bring your own firearms. AFS would like you to buy their ammo and targets. EXCEPT for those of you feeding the Ruger SR1911 . . ." ...
 

Question of the Day: Is 9mm the One Caliber to Rule Them All?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Dan Wesson’s making his/its first 9mm 1911-style gun. It’s lighter, holds more bullets and still threads a needle (probably). Wilson Combat makes nines. Clearly, the .380 mania is over; compact nines like Ruger’s LC9 and Kimber’s Solo are the stow-’n-’go gun of the mo. It seems that the 9mm round has captured the mainstream market but good ... Are you a nine guy? If so why? If not, why not?"
 

Guns in church a recipe for disaster
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "But those supporting complete freedom when it comes to firearms want to include churches on their list where it is legal to as the expression goes 'pack heat.' And they have won a significant victory at least in Virginia where the Attorney General has decided that protecting oneself comes first and worship comes second. It seems utterly antithetical to the teachings of a religion like Christianity where love and peace and turning the other cheek are the guiding principles." ...
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Submitter's Note: Yeah, just ask the folks at the Colorado Springs New Life Church how banning guns would have worked for them.
 

Guns at home more likely to be used stupidly than in self-defense
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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... "Hemenway takes a very narrow focus on public health issues related to the presence of guns in the home. 'The article does not examine some of the possible benefits (e.g., the fun of target practice) or costs (e.g., loss of hearing) of gun use.' It also generally avoids dealing with the consequences of what happens once the gun leaves the home. Instead, it focuses on death, injury and intimidation, and balances that against the protective value provided by guns." ...
 

People on the FBI terrorist watch list were unhampered in buying guns in US
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hundreds of people on the FBI's terrorist watch list were cleared to purchase firearms in 2010, prompting at least one lawmaker and Capitol Hill gun-reformer to reiterate a call for tougher rules." ...
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Submitter's Note: Gosh darn that whole "presumption of innocence" thing! Life would be much easier for the Police Statists if we just threw out the whole bill of rights.
 

NRA Fairy Tale Exposed: Many Fewer U.S. Gun Owners
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"At the NRA's national convention in Pittsburgh this week, look for the speakers, presidential hopefuls and ardent supporters to rally around the fairy tale that America is a gun-loving country. But don't believe it."

"Gun ownership in the nation is at the lowest level ever recorded by the General Social Survey, according to an analysis issued Tuesday by the Violence Policy Center. ..." ...
 

TN: Rights collide on firearms
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Still, the effort in the Tennessee General Assembly to strip employers of the right to ban guns from their parking lots is a significant development in the continuing effort to expand gun rights."

"If employers lose the right to ban guns from their parking lots, could that same right be threatened in the workplace itself?" ...
 

NY: Stringer, De Blasio, Anti-Gun Advocates Call on Bloomberg to Reject Walmart
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A coalition of anti-gun advocates are calling on Mayor Bloomberg this morning to join them in rejecting Walmart's plans to expand to New York City in light of a report that the big box retailer is trying to increase its sales of guns and ammunition as a way to boost its bottom line." ...
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KABA Note: So even though Wal*Mart follows MAIG guidelines for firearm and ammunition sales, that *still* isn't good enough for some antis.
 

Grassley urges citizens to call reps about 'Project Gunwalker' on Gun Talk Radio
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "Grassley gives an update on his efforts as well as those of Rep. Darrell Issa of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Explaining that his Senate Judiciary Committee powers to issue subpoenas are stymied due to Democrat control of the committee, Grassley informed Gresham’s audience he is working closely with Chairman Issa, who does have the subpoena powers to require information from those stonewalling at ATF and the Department of Justice. " ...
 

GUNRUNNER: The ‘blame Bush’ option is out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With Congressional investigators now on the ground in Arizona, as reported by CBS News and this column, new revelations about the controversial “Project Gunrunner” and its Phoenix off-shoot, “Operation Fast and Furious” are anticipated during the National Rifle Association convention, which opens here tomorrow, but one thing is clear from documents and interviews: This strategy only goes back to 2009, after the Obama administration took charge." ...
 

NRA: The steel behind American freedom
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As you read this, about 75,000 members and friends of the National Rifle Association are streaming into Pittsburgh for the opening of the NRA’s 140th annual meeting this weekend."

"Few Americans know all that much about the NRA’s history, and if asked to describe the association, they probably would repeat the media description of it as 'America’s gun lobby.' In fact, the NRA is the largest and arguably the most influential advocacy organization in the nation today, with 4 million members ready to step up to the plate whenever they believe their Second Amendment right to 'keep and bear arms' is threatened." ...
 

2010 Friends of NRA Volunteers of the Year Announced
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce its 2010 Friends of NRA Region and Area Volunteer of the Year Award winners."

"Sponsored by Boyt Harness Company, the Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes those who have made an outstanding impact on the program at the local or regional levels." ...
 

PA: NRA expected to draw thousands
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Jackson Miller is only 3, but he's already a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association."

"The Owensville, Ind., youngster and his extended family planned their vacation around the 140th annual NRA Annual Meeting this weekend at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The family owns guns, shoots and hunts together and believes fervently in protecting the Second Amendment." ...
 

PA: Primanti’s and the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Post-Gazette has an article about some people deciding not to eat at Primatin’s during the NRA convention. Apparently, while working their way across the country, a gun-control group stopped in and took their picture with some of the staff."

"While I’ve never been inclined to take my picture with the staff at Primanti’s, I grew up here, so it’s just a regular place I go to eat, something I probably take for granted. While I think this falls under tourism more than activism…I actually agree with the NRA-type folks on the underlying issue. And coming from a pacifist, that is saying a lot!" ...
 

As NRA Gathers For Major Convention, Advocates Make Sure Giffords Isn't Forgotten
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With the National Rifle Association set to host its first conference since the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) and 19 others in Tucson, gun control advocates are getting confrontational." ...
 

MA: Second Amendment challenge rebuffed by SJC
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Supreme Judicial Court has rejected a challenge to the constitutionality of state statutes criminalizing carrying a firearm without a license and possessing a firearm without an identification card." ...
 

NRA convention is excellent opportunity to publicize 'Project Gunwalker' scandal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The NRA's annual convention kicks off in Pittsburgh today, and is expected to draw 65,000 to 70,000 members, and pump $23.7 million (by 'conservative estimates') into the local economy. That makes it big news, even for many who have no interest in the gun rights/'gun control' debate."

"This is fortunate, because some real good can come from the media scrutiny of the event. Seattle Gun Rights Examiner Dave Workman is in Pittsburgh already, and he expects "Project Gunwalker" to be a topic of much convention conversation:" ...
 

NY: Peremptory Challenges of Hunters (Because They’re Hunters) Not Barred by Batson v. Kentucky
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"So holds a New York appellate court in In the Matter of Robar v. Farrell (decided today), which involved the prosecution of a defendant for recklessly injuring someone while hunting. The trial court held that such peremptory challenges were barred: 'Under the [trial] court's novel rationale, licensed hunters are a class entitled to constitutional civil rights protection because they are protected by and exercising the right to bear arms as conferred by the US Constitution, Second Amendment.' Not so, the appellate court concluded ..." ...
 

WV: City asks judge to dismiss gun law challenge
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"- Lawyers for the city of Charleston have asked a federal judge to dismiss a legal challenge to the city's 18-year-old gun laws."

"Mayor Danny Jones, Police Chief Brent Webster and the city, through lawyer Ben Bailey of Bailey & Glasser, filed a motion in U.S. District Court late last month, asking Judge John Copenhaver to throw out a suit by the West Virginia Citizens Defense League." ...
 

FBI: 247 People on Terror Watch List Bought Guns in U.S. in 2010
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"More than 200 people suspected of ties to terrorism bought guns in the U.S. last year legally, FBI figures show."

"The 247 people who were allowed to buy weapons did so after going through required background checks as required by federal law."

"It is not illegal for people listed on the government's terror watch list to buy weapons. For years, that has bothered Sen. Frank Lautenberg ..." ...
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KABA Note: Frank is upset that anyone is allowed to buy guns.
 

Legislation to protect traditional ammunition introduced in U.S. House and Senate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Following continued attacks by anti-hunting groups to ban traditional ammunition (ammunition containing lead-core components) under the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976, Sens. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and John Thune (R-S.D.) and Reps. Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) and Mike Ross (D-Ark.), all co-chairmen of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, introduced bipartisan legislation (S. 838 and H.R. 1558) to clarify the longstanding exemption of ammunition and ammunition components under the act." ...
 

Amid Probe Of 'Project Gunrunner,' Obama Seeks Comments On ATF's Anti-Gun Trafficking Rule
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) probes Project Gunrunner -- the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) effort aimed at combating gun trafficking on the Mexican border that went awry -- the Obama administration is seeking another round of comments on a controversial proposal to make gun dealers in four border states report sales of multiple rifles." ...
 

ATF Continues With Multi-Long Gun Proposal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Reuters is reporting that ATF will be publishing a proposed rule in Friday's Federal Register concerning the reporting of multiple sales of certain semi-automatic rifles. This is the same proposal from late 2010 that was postponed for further comment." ...
 

OH: Latest on Lundy: Democrat still claims he trusts CHL-holders, despite proposing amendments and casting votes against them
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Monday, April 25, Buckeye Firearms Association exposed Rep. Matt Lundy (D) for having lied on his 2010 candidate survey by publishing an article at BuckeyeFirearms.org, issuing a press release to hundreds of news outlets in Ohio, emailing thousands of pro-gun voters, and sharing these facts in a newspaper advertisement published this week in newspapers that cover his district ..."

"His responses to the revelations, as expressed in quotes to the media, are only serving to allow Lundy to dig a deeper hole for himself." ...
 

FL: Guns bills approved by Fla. Senate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Florida Senate on Thursday, by a succession of mostly party-line votes, approved a trio of bills that supporters say will ensure citizens’ constitutionally-protected gun rights."

"One measure restricts doctors from asking patients about gun ownership, and another prohibits local governments from passing stricter gun laws than the state. Those two already have been approved by the House and await Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s signature."

"The third, which began life as a proposed 'open carry' law, was modified to decriminalize the accidental showing of a concealed weapon. It goes to the House, which is expected to also approve it." ...
 

OK: House Finishes Busy Deadline Week
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This week was a busy one as we reached the deadline for approving Senate measures on the House floor."

"Several significant bills have either advanced or have even been signed into law." ...

"Gov. Mary Fallin has already signed another measure that strengthens Oklahomans’ Second Amendment rights." ...
 

UT: Taylorsville officer justified in firing 4 shots at gunman, D.A. says
Submitted by: repeal1968guncontrolact

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... "Oyler ordered Chidister to drop the gun three times, but the man ignored his commands, according to the investigation. Oyler then fired four shots with his service pistol because he was fearful for the safety of himself, other officers and occupants inside the home. None of the shots struck Chidister, but one round hit Chidister's rifle, which forced him to drop the weapon. He was then placed under arrest." ... [emphasis added]
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Submitter's note: So much wow in this story. I like the sentiment of the gun owner to say come and get it, but this wasn't the time for that. Where was that attitude during Katrina? I would like to think the officer noticed an angry but otherwise good guy, and TRIED not to hit him, but...
 

CA: Judge cuts $1.7 million award in half in fatal LAPD shooting of autistic man
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"A federal judge Tuesday overturned more than half of a $1.7-million verdict against the city of Los Angeles and a former LAPD officer who was found to have wrongly killed a man. The ruling did not absolve the ex-officer of any wrongdoing and was based on a legal technicality." ...
 

FL: Armed judge confronts deputies in Deerfield
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... "Revolver in hand, Holmes exited the house with family members, repeatedly saying: 'I'm Judge Holmes, I'm Judge Holmes.'"

"The judge told deputies she 'felt that had she not been there police would have mistreated her family,' the Broward Sheriff's Office report on the incident said." ...
 

IL: Thompson appointed attorney for state cops in FOID FOIA kerfuffle
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Former Gov. Jim Thompson will represent the Illinois State Police in a lawsuit challenging whether the state of Illinois can release the names of 1.3 million Illinoisans who hold state firearm owner’s identification cards." ...
 

CA: 2nd Amendment Advocates Across The US Have Much To Be Proud Of In California
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Despite the generally-held view that 2nd Amendment Rights are a lost cause in California, gun rights activists across the country have much to be proud of with their fellow supporters in the Golden State. With the defeat of every gun control bill in the State Legislature in 2010, including the highly-controversial Open Carry ban bill, AB 1934, 2nd Amendment advocates on the West Coast and all across the nation can celebrate the new-found momentum and renewed vigor with which Californians approach the subject of gun rights in this modern era. ..." ...
 

IL: It’s about time: Pfleger suspended by Church
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"One of President Barack Obama’s three self-described spiritual mentors, Rev. Michael Pfleger, has been suspended by the Catholic Church — proving perhaps that the Catholic Church is one of the most patient organizations in the world."

"Reverend Pfleger ... [is] not crazy about either the First or Second Amendment, and once threatened a gun shop owner: 'We're going to find you and snuff you out….Like a rat you're going to hide. But like a rat, we're going to catch you and pull you out….We're going to snuff out John Riggio.' ..." ...
 

CA: Keep guns off campuses
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Institutions of higher education in California have long been gun- free zones, there is no need to ratify that now."

"In the wake of the Jan. 8 Tucson shootings, some lawmakers feel compelled to create laws and regulations they feel will help keep citizens safe."

"Adding more firearms to the mix is not the answer. Allowing students and staff to carry guns to school not only puts weapons in the hands of people for possible protection; it also puts them in the hands of those who have the potential to do harm to others." ...
 

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