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Smith & Wesson's 1911
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"Colt Firearms made the gun since 1911, along with a host of other government contractors in both the WWI and WWII eras. When the patents ran out, other makers began to produce the pistol since the demand for it remained steady. Now at least a dozen companies make one version or another of the Government Model. The two biggest and most aggressive manufacturers are Springfield Armory and Kimber. Wilson Combat and Les Baer offer guns beyond the entry level, and Colt still makes as good a 1911 as anyone else. Para-Ordnance got on the map with a high-quality, high-capacity 1911 lookalike (and stays there with its new LDA system). Although the 1911's basic design is arguably dated in a world of high-capacity, DA/SA and DAO pistols in smaller calibers, many shooters prefer the straightforward single-action system of the 1911."
 

VA: Local Gun Shop Owner Opposes Ban
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"The National Rifle Association says the ban isn't effective. A local member and gun shop owner agrees."

"He says it does no good because legal loopholes still allow some guns to have accessories, like bayonets and extended magazines."

"Jon Ritenour, Owner of the Homestead Gun Shop, says, 'In all reality, the way the legislation was written you could have 3 of the 5 items on there and still be considered a sporting gun.' "
 

NC: Police Search for Durham Bank Robber
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"Durham Police are searching for thieves who sprayed two restaurant employees Monday with pepper spray while they were making a deposit, and took the restaurant's money."

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So what now? Register pepper spray? Sue the pepper spray company? Do a background check for anyone wanting to purchase pepper spray?

 

OH: Statistics don’t support Highway Patrol’s fear of concealed-carry law
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"The Ohio State Highway Patrol has, for several years, opposed numerous bills introduced in the General Assembly to allow private citizens to carry concealed firearms." ...

"The facts show that the patrol’s fear is unfounded. Forty-three states issue licenses to private citizens to carry concealed firearms. Some 3.5 million such licenses are in force. To date, no peace officer in any state has ever been assaulted during a traffic stop by any licensee using a legally carried concealed firearm."
 

SD: Conceal, Carry, & Cops
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"Lots of folks in these parts possess permits to carry concealed handguns. Some of us carry them on our person, some carry one in their purse, and others have one in the glove compartment of their vehicle. How those of us who exercise our Second Amendment rights interact with law enforcement is a matter of vital importance. Let me explain."
 

OH: Now or Never for CCW in Ohio?
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry
Website: http://www.ohioccw.org

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"WE MUST TELL SENATORS THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY!"

• Senators need to hear from people who are tired of walking around defenseless attacks by rapists or robbers.

• Senators need to hear from parents who are tired of worrying that their daughters will be victimized on their way too and from campus.

• Senators need to hear from people who are forced to live in fear because, deep down, they know that restraining orders do NOT work to restrain the violent.

• Senators need to hear from business-owners whose businesses are at risk due to unchecked violence.

• Senators need to hear from all those who wish they could protect themselves, but can't afford the costs and potential character assassination that would accompany arrest, detainment and trial just to prove an affirmative defense.

• Senators need to hear from professors, school teachers and day-care owners who don't want to read one more story about students being terrorized because no one could defend them.

• Senators need to hear from people who are tired of seeing the defenseless law-abiding suffer at the hands of criminals in Ohio, while citizens in 46 other states are exercising some form of self-defense with a concealed firearm.
 

Iraq: US troops in Iraq gun crackdown
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"US troops will be given orders to arrest any Iraqis who carry or sell guns, it was announced today. The move is an attempt to end the chaos caused by gangs of looters and bandits."

"Tens of thousands of firearms, ranging from pistols and revolvers to Kalashnikov assault rifles, were distributed by Saddam Hussein's government to its supporters in the final days of the war."
 

IN: Kids Arrested for Armed Robbery Try on Ice Cream Truck
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

Two South Bend boys are being held in the St. Joseph County Juvenile Center after allegedly trying to rob an ice cream truck driver at gunpoint.

The boys are 12 and 13 years old. Police say they pointed a gun at the ice cream truck driver Tuesday. The driver wasn't hurt. The boys were found inside a nearby home with the loaded gun. One boy said he got the gun from his mother's house.

St. Joseph County Prosecutor Mike Dvorak says the mother of one of the boys was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after she became upset when police arrested her son.
 

OH: Officer's son charged with giving gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"A Newark police officer's son supplied a gun to a Roosevelt Middle School eighth-grader who threatened to shoot people at the school, police alleged Wednesday."

"Both 14-year-old students were arrested after another child called the Newark City Schools Safe Schools Helpline to report the threats."

"Police found the boy who made the threat in possession of a small-caliber handgun and charged him with juvenile counts of inducing panic and aggravated drug trafficking."
 

Tough-guy 'Untouchables' actor Robert Stack dies
Submitted by: Evan F. Nappen, Esq.
Website: http://www.evannappen.com

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"Robert Stack, whose granite-eyed stare and menacing baritone spelled trouble for fictional criminals in TV’s 'The Untouchables' and real ones in 'Unsolved Mysteries,' died at his home. He was 84."

He also was pro-gun and wrote a column on shotgunning for a national gun magazine which, Surprise! Surprise! is not mentioned in the article.
 

South Africa: Gun ban opens the door to criminals
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"The 1997 handgun ban, the extermination of Britain's pitiful minority of handgun target shooters, did not directly increase crime."

"Rather, the handgun confiscation of 1997 was the continuation of a trend that began in the 1950s that resulted in the destruction of a lawful self-defence culture and the suppression of every form of non-government use of force against criminals. As a result, criminal violence and a criminal gun culture are 50 times more prevalent than they were in the early 20th century, when there were no anti-gun laws, and no laws against the use of reasonable force against violent criminals."
 

MN: Vikings Fighting New Law
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"While a good portion of the near future between the Vikings and the Minnesota State Legislature is expected to be an effort to work together to find a solution to the Vikings stadium problems, the team and legislators find themselves in stark contrast when it comes to a recent legislative ruling."

"In a decision that baffled many Minnesotans, the Legislature approved a conceal and carry law that will allow almost anyone without a felony conviction to take a short safety class and be allowed to carry a handgun anywhere but government buildings."

"This is being viewed very seriously by team officials, since the Metrodome is not a government facility and doesn't currently fall under this list of exempted sites. VU has been told that the Vikings have been joined by officials for the Twins and University of Minnesota Gophers in their opposition to potentially having fans armed during games."
 

Gun liability law illogical, say analysts
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"White House-backed legislation that aims to protect gun manufacturers and retailers from civil lawsuits when a weapon they sell is used unlawfully is based on faulty logic, according to think tank policy analysts in Washington."

"The experts -- from various points on the political spectrum -- say the controversial measure shows the limits of the political debate over gun ownership in America."
 

Gun control: racist and anti-Semitic
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"Law professors Robert Cottrel and Raymond Diamond suggest that the desire to control blacks was the principal, or at least a significant, reason for the Southern gun control laws in the years preceding the Civil War. While that may explain the laws that licensed blacks to carry or own guns or prohibited them from carrying or owning arms, it does not explain why the Southern states took the additional step of restricting whites from carrying arms concealed. The answer, according to Cramer, may lie in the abolition movement…."

"In the South, where slaveholders were overwhelmingly in control, laws to protect attacking mobs from the unfair advantage of abolitionists carrying concealed weapons would not be surprising…. In Northern states, where slaveholders had little direct influence on state governments, the need to keep abolitionists in fear might have been less obvious…."
 

CT: Gun safety seminar comes to Valley
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"Rosenthal helps lead the largest non-political organization in the country dedicated to ending gun violence against children. PAX endorses the ASK concept, which encourages parents to ask their neighbors if there's a gun in the home where their children play or visit."

"According to PAX literature, 40 percent of American homes with children have a gun; almost half of these weapons are left either unlocked, loaded, or both."

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Therefore, these people want you to ask paranoid, intrusive questions and snoop into others' live. Care to wager a guess how many homes have baseball bats, household toxins and sharp knives. Does PAX want you to snoop around in your children's friends' home pantries for those dangerous implements as well?
 

Canada: Sparks fly as gun debate resurfaces
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"Amid its usual swirl of controversy, acrimony and accusation, the federal government's gun registration system was given new legislative authority last week when the House of Commons approved another version of the Firearms Act."

"Government defenders of the bill say it will create a more efficient registry system, make it easier for Canadians to register their guns and save money."

"Opposition critics dismiss it as simply a way to allow the government to continue to waste money on a bad program."
 

National Survey Results: Columbine Generation Fears Gun Violence on Campuses
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A new report released by Handgun-Free America finds that, by the time they reach college, many students nationwide have experienced gun violence first-hand and continue to see it as an immediate threat that needs to be addressed. The report analyzes the results of a nationwide survey of college newspaper editors conducted by Handgun-Free America, a national grassroots organization working to ban handguns in America."

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A survey of college newspaper editors and a report from an organization called "Handgun-Free America." No bias there!
 

Canada: Police arrest gun-toting teen
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A teenager from Abbotsford is facing a charge of possession of a firearm for a dangerous purpose after local police intervened at an altercation outside Tommy Africa’s early Tuesday."

"RCMP reported that a large group or East Indian males had gathered outside the club at 12:49 a.m. after an apparent assault."

"During the investigation, a bouncer for Tommy’s told police that one of the males involved had been brandishing a handgun."
 

MD: Letters to the Editor
Submitted by: Jim Sr

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FOURTH LETTER ON PAGE

Makers of firearms aren't cause of crime

"The bill before the Senate would not prohibit people from suing gun dealers who illegally sell firearms. Any of our member dealers could still be sued for illegal sales to felons."

"Ford Motor Co. has never been sued because a drunken driver killed someone while driving a Ford-made vehicle."

"These firearms are truly America's homeland defense rifles - the ones used by our soldiers and police but available to the public in semi-automatic form."
 

CT: Mother of man caught at Canadian border swears son is ... ‘NO GUNRUNNER’
Submitted by: Gary G.

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" 'It just breaks my heart because he doesn’t deserve this,' Mildred Bredenberg said Thursday from her Hamden home. 'He’s not a criminal. He just did something stupid.' "

"Her son, who goes by Stanley, was arrested by Canadian customs officials Sunday when he tried to cross over from New York with more than 100 weapons, including three submachine guns and 26 hunting rifles."

"Mildred Bredenberg said she still hasn’t spoken with her son since his arrest. He remains jailed on 324 weapons possession charges."
 

From Democrat To Independent To Republican
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"The Republican Party, even under George W. Bush's confidence, character and vision, expanded failed programs like the Department of Education's Title I, expanded Clinton's "volunteer" AmeriCorps, passed protectionist legislation for steel and lumber, passed our nation's largest farm subsidy bill, used taxpayer money for faith-based initiatives, and increased the budget beyond that which is necessary for the war on terror and the wars in Afghanistan and in Iraq. On the other hand, most Libertarians opposed the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, a position I find increasingly naive and simplistic in a world of mobile biological labs and radiological bombs capable of being carried in suitcases by our nation's enemies."

"Sept. 11, 2001, reminds us that self-defense remains job No. 1, and that enemies who hate America cannot simply be sat down and persuaded that non-imperialistic Americans seek only to live in harmony and peace. President George W. Bush deserves applause for the tremendous job in moving public opinion to support not only the war against terrorism, but the military strike against Iraq."
 

IL: Gun Found In Carry-On Bag Of International Traveler
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A man with a ticket to Amsterdam aboard a KLM jetliner was arrested at O'Hare International Airport after a security officer spotted a .22-caliber pistol in his carry-on luggage, the FBI said Friday." ...

"Found in a box within the carry-on luggage were not only the pistol with a one-inch barrel but 81 rounds of ammunition, a knife with a nine-inch blade and miscellaneous carpentry tools."
 

CNN Daily Poll on AWB
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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Left hand side of the page, CNN has their Daily Poll on whether Congress should reauthorize the AWB.

At the time of this posting (8:30 EST), 65% of those surveyed believe Congress should NOT extend the AW ban.
 

TX: Man who used stun gun on stepchildren sentenced
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"The jury sentenced Moody to six years' probation for the injury to a child convictions, but it was visiting Judge J. Ray Gayle III's job to impose punishment on the endangerment convictions, and he decided Moody should land in the prison system."
 

Bush Kicks Off Reelection Bid
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"President Bush officially became a candidate for reelection today by registering his campaign with the Federal Election Commission, the White House said."

"The headquarters will be in Northern Virginia, likely in Arlington, but a lease has not been signed, officials said." ...

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Just remember Bush's stand on your freedoms, as he announces his bid for reelection, and cast your vote in another direction.
 

MN: Gun Law's Sponsor Acknowledges Stealing as Teenager
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"The lawmaker who successfully pushed for changes in Minnesota's handgun laws acknowledged Friday that a crime she committed as a teenager could keep her from getting a permit."

"In response to media questions, Rep. Lynda Boudreau said she was convicted of stealing money from two stores in her hometown of Faribault."

" 'At the age of 16, I made some bad choices,' said Boudreau, R-Faribault."
 

UK: Man pulls gun on two girls
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"Two girls aged 18 and 16 were waiting at the bus stop close to the Shell service station. A white Fiesta car registered J813 KTL with two men inside pulled up alongside the girls who initially thought they would ask for directions."

"The driver, a white man aged about 17, with light brown hair, hooded top, started shouting at the girls and then pulled a long barreled gun from his lap and pointed it in the face of the 18 year old girl and threatened to shoot her."
 

Save the Assault-Gun Ban
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"...Mr. Bush is trying to gain credit with soccer moms for backing reasonable gun control, while counting on members of his party to perform the dirty deed of blocking the ban's extension."

"If that happens, it would be a big step backward that would endanger the lives of both the police and public. Hunters and target shooters have no need for bullet-spraying Uzis or AK-47's."

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Since when is it up to the NY Times to decide what law abiding citizens need? Since when is the Second Amendment to the US Constitution about hunting or plinking?
 

UK: Gun dealer’s family tied up as raiders steal guns, cash
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"Gun dealers have been warned they are vulnerable to raids due to stocking too many weapons at any one time because of delays over the issuing of licences."

"The National Rifle and Pistol Association issued the warning following a raid on the north Dublin home of a registered dealer early yesterday morning."
 

McCullough calls national 'amnesia' threat to liberty
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"Thought police in American schools and rotten history textbooks are as great a threat to American freedoms as al Qaeda terrorists, Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential biographer David McCullough said yesterday."
 

Defense industry may shun Bush
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"The Washington defense establishment is less likely to vigorously support President Bush's election next year than it did in 2000 because of the turmoil caused by the Pentagon's aggressive transformation project."

"Interviews with defense-industry executives in Washington and senior retired officers reveal discontent among this inside-the-Beltway, Republican-leaning constituency."

"They complain of an ongoing military-transformation effort that has the Pentagon in constant upheaval, making it more difficult to stick to a business plan. They also complain that access to senior aides to Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld is limited during the yearly budget process, or program objective memorandum (POM)."
 

CA: Prepare your kids for gun encounters
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"In addition to hiding your gun, buy a trigger lock. This mechanism goes around the trigger guard, hides the trigger, and prevents the trigger from being depressed. Remember most trigger locks require that your weapon be unloaded before you apply the lock." ...

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In other words, render your tool of self-defense useless, because your kids won't listen to you anyway.
 

NJ: House wrestles with gun issues
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"As House Republican leaders maneuvered yesterday to end a federal ban on assault weapons, other lawmakers were pushing a proposal to help local police agencies buy bulletproof vests."

"Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-2nd Dist.) is one of the leaders of the effort to win more funding for the protective clothing. An opponent of the assault weapons ban, he also wrote the soon-to-expire law that has provided police around the country with $125 million since 1998 to buy bulletproof vests."
 

UT: UTA Officers Now Carrying Firearms
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"Utah Transit officers are now carrying more than a badge. UTA police are now authorize to carry guns."

"The Utah Transit Authority says arming their officers is necessary to ensure the safety of their passengers. They are hoping the mere presence of a fire arm will act as a deterrent to crime."
 

KS: Student charged with making threats to shoot others at school
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"Police held a 13-year-old student on a felony charge Wednesday after a classmate reported seeing a plan to shoot other students in the boy's notebook."
 

IL: Scripted terror attack throws curves at emergency officials
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"Deluged with mock plague victims in a national bioterrorism drill, medical teams were ready to treat the living but stumped by the dead."

"The staff at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, with a morgue meant for eight bodies, didn't know how to deal with the 47 fictional corpses that ended up at the hospital -- an unexpected problem that was exactly the sort of thing the week long drill was intended to uncover, participants said Friday." ...

"The Homeland Security Department sponsored the $16 million drill to assess the country's readiness to deal with multiple terrorist attacks. It began Monday in Seattle with the simulated detonation of a radioactive 'dirty bomb' and ended Thursday night in Chicago with a raid on the fictional terrorist group responsible for the chaos."
 

TX: Texas Democrats return home
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"Texas Democratic lawmakers returned triumphantly from their self-imposed exile Friday, telling enthusiastic supporters at a rally outside the state Capitol that they had killed -- for now anyway -- a Republican redistricting plan that would likely have thinned their ranks in Congress."
 

AZ: Firearm gets illegal a 21-mo. sentence
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"An illegal immigrant in charge of household chores at a Tucson stash house for migrants in transit has been sentenced to 21 months in prison by a federal judge for illegal possession of a firearm."

"Omar Montano Cuevas, 21, a resident of Mexico City, was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Cindy Jorgensen in Tucson."
 

WV: Prison Guard Indicted for Tampering
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"A former prison guard at the Belmont Correctional Institution pleaded innocent to charges that he tampered with records on a day an inmate was found dead in his cell." ...

"The allegations against Graham are that he filled out a logbook at the prison on Feb. 22 that stated guards made their rounds in the cellblock at the required intervals, according to court records. However, an investigation revealed the guards had not made the rounds as recorded in the logbook."
 

Why Congress is brave, and the courts aren't
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"But the most important reason Congress has proved more willing than the courts to challenge Bush and Ashcroft is that, on the left and on the right, a principled, bipartisan libertarian constituency has emerged that is willing to defend privacy, even in the face of popular fears. This constituency has more freedom to assert itself now than it did in the immediate aftermath of September 11, and it would be sorely tested by another serious terrorist attack on U.S. soil." ...
 

Ideological foes agree: Privacy rights in danger
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"When you live in a country founded on fundamental principles of freedom, individuality and privacy, and those rights begin disappearing, unusual things begin to happen. Perhaps none so unusual as a forum in Washington last month, where the left and right wings came together to discuss prominent legislation in the nation's war on terrorism."
 

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