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Concealed Carry Reaction
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"After a decade of stalled bills and committee hearings, the Nebraska legislature has passed a concealed carry law but the debate wears on."

"The legislation approved Thursday will allow people to carry handguns under their clothing or otherwise out of view. That has some people concerned while others say it will protect us all."

"Bradley Stearns is thinking about buying a handgun in the near future. He plans to use it for target shooting."

"'I don't feel myself having a need for personal safety,' he says." ...
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KABA Note: Mr. Stearns is well within his rights to make that choice, as long as he does not try to impose his choice on other people.
 

The Second Amendment Moves Forward
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The issue of Second Amendment rights is one I feel very strongly about this day in age. Yes I am still concerned about the culture war and the war on Christianity right here in America, but the same people on the left that want your Christian traditions and values dead want your traditional American Second Amendment rights dead as well."

"The rights of law abiding Americans almost went extinct under the Clinton administration. There was always a constant battle against Second Amendment rights and the Brady laws didn't help the matter much. Well, that was then when we had a president and his followers who were far left of center. Now we have a president who seeks to do what is right no matter the opposition. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: So how many of those unconstitutional 'Clinton' gun laws has the current President actively worked to repeal?
 

Congressman Jindal Introduces the 'Disaster Recovery Personal Protection Act of 2006'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Congressman Bobby Jindal of the First District of Louisiana introduced HR 5013 ... a National Rifle Association (NRA) supported bill amending federal emergency statute laws to stop local authorities from confiscating lawfully owned firearms during times of disaster."

"Congressman Jindal stated, 'The Second Amendment is a cornerstone of our country's freedom and independence. Particularly during emergencies like those surrounding Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, when incidences of looting, violence and lawlessness were broadcast around the country, we must ensure that law-abiding gun owners are not deprived of their constitutionally protected right to bear arms. ..." ...
 

OR: Bystanders are global victims of weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The arms trade is a system of selling and buying weapons from different countries."

"Countries such as America and Russia are some of the biggest contributors to selling and buying weapons. America has sold weapons to foreign countries that are waging war against each other."

"Smaller weapons are sold the most in America to people seeking protection for their families. I think the arms trade is now corrupt because of some examples I will give."

"Small arms are handguns, pistols and grenades. These types of arms are mostly used for protection. However, they cause 90 percent of civilian casualties."

"Small arms like these are very easy to obtain, even for kids. These stores sell weapons and ammunition very easily." ...
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Submitter's Note: More incoherent blather from an anti.
 

NY: Off-duty Long Island officer guns down car thief
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An off-duty city correction officer shot and killed a man breaking into his car on Long Island yesterday morning, after one of the thieves fired a shot at him." ...

"As his wife dialed 911, Walters, 41, grabbed his service pistol and ran outside, where he was confronted by two men running away from his car. ..."

"Police said one of the men fired a single shot at Walters. The jail guard fired three shots back."

"'It was the third time someone has tried to break into his car,' said a man who lives across the street ... 'He was very upset. The guy shot at him first, so he fired back.'"

"One bullet struck one of the fleeing men in the head, killing him, said Detective Lt. Dennis Farrell of the Homicide Squad. ..." ...
 

KS: Bar holdup ends in death
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"A man believed responsible for a home invasion late Friday in the Oakland area was shot to death shortly after midnight after he assaulted a bar manager during an attempted robbery, police said Saturday." ...

"Officers were at 408 N.E. Strait when they were called to the robbery at the Bavarian Inn."

"'An employee of the Bavarian was beaten and during the struggle, got ahold of a firearm and fired at his assailants,' Pankratz said." ...

"Collins' death was being investigated, and police said self-defense was among the aspects being considered." ...
 

MD: Randallstown Woman Kills Husband In Self-Defense
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Baltimore County police say a woman shot and killed her husband, apparently in self-defense, at their Randallstown-area townhome this afternoon.

Police spokesman Bill Toohey says the woman's husband had been threatening her with a weapon before she shot him.

The 35-year-old woman called 911 around 4:30 this afternoon and calmly told the operator that she had shot her 44-year-old husband. She met police at the door when they arrived at her townhome on Gilly Way.
 

FL: Fatal shooting in North Fort Myers still baffles family (follow-up)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mike Frazzini could quote the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. His love for both inspired the former U.S Army helicopter pilot and captain to earn impressive medals for military service."

"On his lighter side, the 35-year-old Pittsburgh Steelers fan once delighted his nephews by accidentally blowing up a bowl of ravioli as he tried to make dinner."

"Saturday, family and friends eulogized him and tried to make sense of why he was shot to death in North Fort Myers at about 9:30 p.m. Monday."

"Todd Rasmussen ... shot Frazzini in the backyard of his home. He told police Frazzini confronted him. He said Frazzini was wearing black clothes and a mask and had a small souvenir baseball bat in his hand." ...
 

NE: Students and the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Conservative students in Nebraska are taking-up arms."

"Much to the dismay of campus liberals, the College Republicans at the University of Nebraska of Omaha held a 'Concealed Carry Week' in support of a bill that would all residents to carry concealed handguns."

"Scott Strain, the chairman of the College Republicans, tells the Gateway, 'Our main goal is just to bring some awareness to the issue.'"

"Throughout the week literature was distributed, a speaker from the National Rifle Association was featured and some even took a trip to a shooting range (great idea)!" ...
 

CT: Shot fired near school -- Newtown man faces weapons charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One rifle shot caused a whole lot of chaos on Friday."

"Schools were locked down. Students huddled in classrooms. Police rushed to a house across Route 34 from Newtown High School and arrested a man with a rifle."

"Was it a crisis? Or a misunderstanding?"

"Police are still trying to figure that out." ...

"The good news is that no one was hurt by the bullet. Police are still investigating the incident, which some students say may have stemmed from a parking dispute." ...

"FitzGerald was charged with breach of peace, unlawful discharge of a firearm and reckless endangerment in the second degree. Bail was set at $10,000. ..." ...
 

FL: Teen arrested on gun charges
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An Oviedo High School junior was arrested Friday on charges he brought a firearm onto school property after police found a rifle and shotgun in his pickup.

Neither gun was loaded, and no ammunition was in the truck.

The 16-year-old told police he had been hunting and forgot to remove the weapons, Oviedo police Cmdr. Marc Beaulieu said.

"We don't have any reason to disbelieve that," he said. "But we have a zero-tolerance policy."

The Orlando Sentinel is not reporting the boy's name because of his age.
 

MS: Air pistol taken from THS student
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A student accused of bringing an air pistol to Tupelo High School this week will be disciplined, Superintendent Randy McCoy said Friday.

"Safety was not in jeopardy" at the school Tuesday, McCoy said.

The student will receive the appropriate disciplinary measures, he said. Similar to a BB gun, the air pistol was not loaded, McCoy said.

Tupelo officials worked with school resource officers to investigate, locate the air pistol and deal with the student, who apparently tried to hide the weapon.

McCoy would not release any other details about the student. Disciplinary proceedings continue.
 

AR: DeLay would support 'Castle Doctrine' legislation in Arkansas
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gunner Delay, a Republican candidate for attorney general, said Friday he would support legislation in Arkansas to protect citizens who use deadly force in self-defense against criminal prosecution and civil liability."

"'Clearly we've established in Arkansas and other states that there is a direct connection between people's right to bear arms and the reduction to violent crime,' DeLay said following a news conference at which he received a gun-rights group's endorsement."

"The proposal for which DeLay voiced support is similar to a Florida law adopted last year. The so-called 'Castle Doctrine' states that any person has the right to 'stand his or her ground and meet force with force ...'" ...
 

SC: Vital Pro-Gun Bills to be Heard in South Carolina Legislature (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"H 4681, introduced by Representative Mike Pitts (R-14), is scheduled to be heard next Thursday, April 6, in the House Judiciary Committee’s Constitutional Laws Subcommittee."

"This legislation would remove the ability of local governments to restrict the use, sale, or transportation of firearms during a state of emergency, and would also prohibit South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) from releasing the personal information of Right-to-Carry (RTC) permit holders unless the request for the information is part of an investigation by law enforcement."

"... In addition, H 4837 ... would prohibit employers from imposing regulations that restrict employees from transporting and storing firearms in their locked, private vehicles while parked on their employer’s property."
 

CT: Connecticut 'Gun Trafficker Protection Act' Update (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Right now in Hartford, lawmakers are considering legislation that will have gun owners shaking in their shoes! The anti-gun crowd has redoubled their efforts to pass last year’s proposal to make it a crime to fail to report the loss or theft of a firearm within 72 hours from when you 'knew or should have known' of the theft."

"This year's version is outrageous! HB 5818 now includes language that would subject gun owners to criminal investigation and jeopardy of prosecution even if they report the theft, because a court will now be given the authority to decide whether the firearm was stored in such a manner that provided 'substantial and unjustifiable risk' that it would be stolen. ..." ...
 

RI: Foes, advocates clash on gun permit proposals
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"A gun permit from another state is all a gun-owner should need to carry a concealed pistol in Rhode Island. And a woman frightened enough to get a domestic restraining order should not have to wait seven days to get a gun."

"Those were the arguments a trio of lobbyists from the Rhode Island State Rifle & Revolver Association made to a Senate committee last night."

"They argued for cutting from 10 days to 3 the period anyone who had obtained a domestic restraining order would have to wait to get a gun."

"'Draconian. Does nothing to stop crime. Just another layer of bureaucracy,' said former gun-shop owner Donn DiBiasio of both the waiting period and the ... 'redundant' background checks ..." ...
 

AL: Deadly force, means business
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A National Rifle Association-backed bill to clarify that people can shoot intruders received final passage this week, drawing kudos for Sen. Larry Means, D-Attalla, and the ire of some black lawmakers."

"The new law will give people immunity from civil or criminal prosecution for shooting people who feel threatened in their homes or cars."

"'It says 'defend' is what it says,' said Means, referring to critics who called it 'shoot to kill' legislation."

"A group of black lawmakers spent last week working to delay the bill, but they couldn't muster the votes to stop debate."

"Rep. John Rogers, D-Birmingham, led the efforts to stop changes to Alabama's deadly force law." ...
 

AL: Forcing an issue
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Wretched schools don't do it. Packed prisons? Nope. And far be it for Alabama's Legislature to fix a state constitution that created a state government which hoards power ..."

"But legislators can be spurred to action."

"Consider a bill that would give citizens more leeway to use deadly force, which won final passage in the Legislature this week and is expected to be signed into law by the governor."

"Granted, the bill sounds appealing: It supposedly gives more protection to law-abiding citizens who use deadly force to protect themselves from burglars, rapists and robbers. But there's a big problem with the legislation. State prosecutors ... say the current law works fine - and the new law could do more harm than good." ...
 

PA: Amid the deluge, a gun expert sees cause for outrage
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"In the den of his home in the upscale New York City suburb of Summit, N.J., Paul Raynolds opened a padded carrying case and carefully removed a black handgun."

"'This is my carry gun,' he said. 'It's essentially the gun you were talking about.'"

"Raynolds was one of many people who sent me a deluge of letters and kept my phone ringing after last Friday's column on a certain type of gun, but he's the only one who is a certified firearms instructor." ...
 

IL: Retired officers can carry weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Even though Illinois has among the nation's most restrictive firearms laws, hundreds of retired police officers, now private citizens, are quietly being licensed to carry concealed weapons."

"Unlike Missouri and 46 other states, Illinois has a blanket prohibition against concealed weapons. But under little-known federal and state laws, ex-police officers can avoid that ban and dozens of local ordinances on how, when and where someone may carry a handgun."

"Some 900 ex-cops are licensed to carry a concealed weapon, state officials say, through law enforcement agencies from which they retired or from the state-administered Illinois Retired Officers Concealed Carry program. ..." ...
 

PA: Lehigh coroner appeals autopsy release
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Lehigh County coroner is appealing a judge's order to release the report from the autopsy of Easton police officer Jesse Sollman."

"The appeal notice ... comes a week after Judge Edward D. Reibman ordered Grim to file 'forthwith' all his official records and papers concerning the Sollman case ..."

"Coroner Scott Grim had denied requests for the reports from The Morning Call in Allentown and Penn Jersey Advance Inc. ... Both newspapers separately sued Grim after he refused to release the report."

"Sollman was fatally shot March 25, 2005, in Easton police headquarters by officer Matthew Renninger. A grand jury in Harrisburg investigated the shooting and concluded that although Renninger was negligent he was not criminally negligent." ...
 

Israel: IDF weapons theft cracked
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"IDF and police investigators working jointly have solved a case involving the theft of 40 weapons from an IDF base three months ago."

"During the investigation, an undercover agent purchased the weapons from the thieves, among them IDF soldiers who provided them with information on the weapons."

"Overall, five suspects were detained in connection with the case and some of the weapons have been recovered."

"Several weeks ago, investigators received information that criminals in the south of the country are in possession of the stolen arms. Police did not arrest the suspects due to lack of evidence, but were later able to recruit an informer after he was nabbed during a robbery." ...
 

FL: Don't shoot -- we're trying to get it right
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"If you noticed someone breaking into your car this past week and shot him or her, the Sentinel may owe you -- and your victim -- an apology."

"The newspaper reported Monday about a similar case, in which a man shot and wounded a teenager he caught trying to steal a car. It explained, 'A state law that took effect last year makes it legal for someone to use deadly force against anyone who unlawfully or forcefully enters their home or car -- even if they are not being attacked.'"

"Reader Daniel Fleis ... wrote, 'I am pretty sure this statement is false.'"

"He was right, but it took the newspaper five days to acknowledge as much with a correction ..." ...
 

OK: Turkey season opens Thursday
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Turkey season almost is here. It all begins at 6:40 a.m. Thursday. The statewide turkey season runs through May 6. The season limit is three tom turkeys with no more than one turkey taken in one day. In northwest Oklahoma no more than one tom can be taken in Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Garfield, Noble or Custer counties. The remainder of the northwest counties has a two-tom limit."

"Only two methods of taking a spring gobbler are allowed — either with a bow or shotgun. Archery equipment used for deer hunting is legal for turkey. Shotguns are limited to BB size shot or smaller. Rifles and pistols are not legal for taking spring gobblers." ...
 

MI: Case of the missing relic handgun
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"Pine River Historical Museum is trying to unravel a mystery. They want to know who took an antique revolver from the museum. Most of all, they want it back."

"The effort to unravel the puzzle and return the weapon has so far involved the museum, the Osceola County Sheriff's Department, two United States Postal Services divisions, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives."

"Museum workers discovered the antique firearm's disappearance after being notified by the Postal Service."

"'Last year we got a letter saying someone had wrapped a gun in a brown wrapper addressed to the museum in Tustin,' said Peggy Rutherford, Pine River Area Historical Society president." ...
 

MO: The many positive aspects of gun shows
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A March 26 article in The Star presented an unfortunately limited perspective on gun shows — a great, fun and important American tradition."

"There are some bad apples in any group, but from 30 years of attending gun shows on a regular basis I can assure you that the vast majority of table holders and attendees are as fine a group of law-abiding and patriotic Americans as you’d want to find."

"Current and former military and law enforcement personnel tend to be disproportionately represented. A commitment to safe, responsible and legal firearms ownership seems to be the most common shared sentiment of gun-show regulars." ...
 

NJ: Gun violence in New Jersey
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"Why doesn't somebody do something about the surge in shooting deaths in New Jersey cities, including Atlantic City? Somebody is. Ask Mikal Faulkner, a convicted felon with incredibly poor timing."

"According to police: Faulkner was on an elevator in the Highgate apartments in Atlantic City when the door opened for two detectives who happened to be in the building. The sharp-eyed detectives spotted the outline of a large handgun in Faulkner's pocket. The detectives seized a .40-caliber Ruger loaded with hollow points." ...
 

PA: Hunting license fees likely to increase
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"It’s difficult to say exactly how much it will cost to hunt in Pennsylvania in the next year or so, but if legislation recently proposed is any indication, sportsmen are going to have to dig deeper into their wallets to go afield."

"Rep. Bruce Smith (R-Cumberland), chairman of the House Game and Fisheries Committee, says the Game Commission needs funds to operate and that may mean the creation of new licenses and tags, and especially an increase in the cost of a general hunting license." ...
 

OH: Kids will get their chance to hone their outdoor skills
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"Youngsters can get a taste of the sporting life Saturday when the Fairfield Fish & Game Club plays host to an outdoor skills day."

"Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., boys and girls can view hunting dog demonstrations, learn about firearm safety at shotgun, muzzleloader and BB stations and find out from trappers how they do their thing. Also on the agenda: fishing, casting and fly tying; archery; a tree stand demonstration; birdhouse building; and duck, goose and turkey calling."

"Except for lunch, which will be sold by game club members, the event is free. Sign-in begins at 8 a.m. Youngsters must be accompanied by a parent or an adult guardian, and preregistration is required." ...
 

Canada: Anti-gun activist's son arrested
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"The son of a Toronto anti-gun violence activist faces multiple gun-related charges after he was arrested with two sawed-off rifles hidden down his pants."

"Police from the Emergency Task Force surrounded the house of Kadfi Farquharson ... just before 4 p.m. yesterday after being called to the area by a man who said someone had tried to shoot him."

"Farquharson's mother, Julia Farquharson, is a founding member of United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere (UMOVE), and speaks to dozens of groups across the city to plead for an end to gun violence." ...

"When Kadfi Farquharson emerged from his house police searched him and found two sawed-off rifles concealed in his pants. ..." ...
 

Mexico: Officials: Illegal arms flow rising quickly
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"Criminals are smuggling a rising number of guns from the United States to Mexico."

"U.S. federal investigators say it's a simple matter of supply and demand."

"Warring Mexican gangs need weapons and are reaching into the bountiful and legal supply just across the border to build their arsenals."

"Because of rigid firearms restrictions in their country, authorities say, Mexican criminals are increasingly dispatching operatives to sporting goods stores, gun shows and flea markets in Texas and other states to load up on assault weapons, pistols, shotguns and ammunition."

"The firearms are then smuggled into Mexico to become implements in the country's drug wars and other criminal activity." ...
 

Australia: Boom times on underworld gun market
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"ILLEGAL guns can be bought 'as easily as a pack of cigarettes' through a booming weapons black market in Queensland."

"Despite official denials, The Sunday Mail has been told that weapons are freely available through underworld dealers."

"Prices start at $300 for a pistol and range to $4000 for the firepower of an Uzi sub-machinegun, capable of firing 10 heavy-calibre rounds a second."

"Police Minister Judy Spence assured Parliament this week that tough laws had brought gun crime under control."

"However, Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg, leading criminologist Paul Wilson, retired hero policeman John 'Bluey' O'Gorman, legal gun dealers and even an ex-bank robber have confirmed the illegal trade is thriving." ...
 

Australia: Australia stays well armed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"DESPITE the hundreds of thousands of semi-automatic rifles and shotguns surrendered since John Howard announced the gun buy-back after the Port Arthur massacre ten years ago this month, the public remains well armed with more than 2.5 million firearms registered across the country."

"There are now more than 750,000 individual gun licence holders and each has an average of three weapons."

"The greater concern however is for the unknown number of unregistered handguns currently in the community."

Don Weatherburn, the chief of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics, said the pattern of firearms had made a 'horrendous change' for the worse with handguns now responsible for between 50 and 60 per cent of annual gun deaths." ...
 

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