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CCRKBA Congratulates Minn. Legislature For Quick Carry Law Renewal
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"Minnesota lawmakers are to be congratulated for their quick, decisive effort to revive that state's reasonable personal protection act today, said Joe Waldron, executive director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA)."

"Passage of the bill by an 86-47 vote in the House of Representatives just days after the Senate approved the measure in a lopsided 44-21 vote 'was the right thing to do,' Waldron said."

"'This sends a message to criminals that Minnesota citizens are not going to be made easy targets, through the efforts of anti-gunners or because of a court ruling,' Waldron observed. 'Minnesota gun rights activists should be congratulated for quickly reviving this law, thanks to Sen. Pat Pariseau and Rep. Larry Howes, who took leadership positions to shepherd this important legislation through both chambers.'" ...
 

OSHA, National Association of Shooting Ranges, Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute Inc. Renew Alliance
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"Promoting safe and healthful working conditions for workers in target shooting facilities will continue to be the focus of the renewed Alliance between the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Association of Shooting Ranges (NASR) and the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI). The Alliance was first signed in August 2002." ...
 

NRA targets increase in ladies events
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"There are reported to be about two million women in the United State who hunt wild game. There are an additional four million women who don't hunt, but who do enjoy target shooting. Those numbers may actually be on the rise." ...
 

TX: He died the way he lived — helping others
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"Friends of Horace Allen Paul trickled in to his southeast side icehouse Wednesday, mourning the sudden and violent loss of their beloved 'Bully,' and sharing memories of the spirited former Marine, a gun-toting giver who was 'always there.'

"Paul's yearning to help others cost him his life Tuesday night, when he grabbed his pistol and barreled into the home of a female employee after she ran from the house screaming about an armed intruder inside."

"Several shots were fired and both men died at the scene, investigators said. Houston homicide Sgt. Darcus Shorten said it looked like the two men fired at each other simultaneously." ...
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Submitter's Note: Semper Fidelis.
 

Gun-control bids blocked
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"It's common sense that a person barred from flying on a commercial plane because of suspected terror links should not be able to buy a gun, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy said, and Tuesday she offered an amendment to a Homeland Security funding bill that would stop such purchases."

"But that measure and five others offered by McCarthy, including one that would prevent people convicted of felonies in foreign courts from owning firearms, failed to get the nod yesterday from the powerful Rules Committee, which decides what does and does not get debated on the House floor." ...
 

Statement of Sarah Brady on Legislation Introduced Today By Senators Allen and Hutchison
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Sarah Brady, chair of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, issued the following statement:

"It would be obscene for Congress to eliminate District of Columbia gun laws. The Mayor is against it. The Police Chief is against it. The Washington D.C. business community is against it. And the people who live there are against it.

"Revoking D.C.'s gun regulations is like pouring gasoline on smoldering coals. Anyone who follows the gun violence problems that Washington D.C. has struggled with can't possibly, honestly believe that the answer is a lot more guns."
 

Jim Brady Urges Illinois Governor to Sign the Right Gun Violence Bills
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"James Brady, former press secretary to President Ronald Reagan who was wounded in the assassination attempt on the President, sent the following letter to Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich this afternoon." ...

"In the coming days, you'll be asked to take a stand on several important gun violence prevention measures, and I'm asking you to stand with the people of your state and help slow the violence." ...
 

DC: Sen. Hutchison fights for her right to bear arms
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"She may be able to hang a giant Lone Star flag outside her office, but Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said Thursday there's one part of her Texas culture she couldn't bring to the nation's capital -- her handgun."

"Hutchison said she didn't know when she arrived from Austin in 1993 that the District of Columbia prohibits keeping a fully assembled handgun in the home. The district's ban has been in place since 1975."

"Hutchison ... introduced legislation Thursday to lift the ban. If the bill passes she said she would keep a gun in her D.C. home." ...

"'I have always had a handgun in the drawer next to my bed, and I would certainly again have one if it were legal in D.C.,' Hutchison said." ...
 

DC: Congressional Delegate Has Tough Words for New Gun Laws
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Tough words from the District's congressional delegate over efforts to repeal the city's tough gun laws.

Eleanor Holmes Norton calls it an assault on home rule orchestrated by the National Rifle Association.

She accuses the gun lobby of attempting to see to it that more D.C. children get killed. She says a greater proliferation of guns in the city would make that happen.

Norton joined the city's business and political leaders last year in fighting off efforts to pass similar legislation.

She's particularly surprised that Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is co-sponsoring the latest effort, because Hutchison is a former chair of the Senate subcommittee that oversaw District appropriations.
 

UT: Would you like litigation with that?
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"Burgers and guns are two things our nation loves, but both are threatened by what has become the national pastime - no, not baseball - litigation."

"There are those who argue that burgers and guns are both inherently dangerous. According to this logic, someone who eats too many burgers and develops heart disease should be able to sue the fast-food restaurant that served them platters of fat and calories. On the gun side, the litigious among us claim that if a gun is used to commit a crime, the gun manufacturer should be the target of a civil lawsuit by the victim. Whether frying meat or manufacturing rifles, businesses can be sued just for selling their products legally to people who buy them of their own free will." ...
 

PA: Gun-Violence Measure: A panel fires blanks
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"When Philadelphia voters were asked on Tuesday to rally behind a campaign to fight gun violence, thousands stood up to be counted."

"What a slap in the face to these citizens, then, to see members of Gov. Rendell's special commission on gun violence dive for cover that same day."

"In a report issued while voters went to the polls for the primary election, the commission ducked a recommendation that would have called for setting a monthly limit on handgun purchases. One-gun-a-month is the best hope for slowing the illegal trafficking that floods this region with so many deadly handguns." ...
 

MN: Harry Kaiser: Big Billy would still be here, if not for conceal-and-carry
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"I write this on May 17, the day of Billy Walsh's funeral. 'Big Billy' was the bouncer at Nye's Polonaise Room who was shot and killed last Thursday by a customer he had to kick out. ..." ...

"Every state legislator probably already knows that a conceal-and-carry permit holder killed Billy Walsh. They know that Billy didn't do anything wrong, that he's dead because the guy didn't like getting kicked out of Nye's." ...

"In a fistfight, Billy would have had better-than-average odds. How many more innocent people will be recklessly killed by conceal-and-carry permit holders before Minnesotans say we do not want an environment where guns are everywhere, just waiting for a temper to be lost? If it requires legislation to defeat conceal-and-carry, they can call it 'Big Billy's Bill.'"
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Submitter's Note: As pointed out in this story, the shooter left the bar, then returned 30 - 45 minutes later, about the right amount of time for him to drive home and get a gun. So the fact the he had a permit is completely irrelevant. Not that facts have ever been enough to stop an anti from dancing on the grave of a victim.
 

NC: Domestic violence victims could be issued gun permits
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Domestic violence victims would get easier access to concealed handgun permits under a bill before the state House.

A House judiciary committee already has approved the idea.

The bill would apply to any domestic violence victim with a protective order.

That order would allow a local sheriff to issue a temporary concealed handgun permit.

"You still get a background check,” Rep. Linda Johnson (R-Cabarrus) explained. “You still get the same options. But it does address the urgency of the domestic violence victim. So it will give the sheriff another tool to use in trying to help domestic violence victims."

The state House could vote on the bill next week.
 

GA: Loaded gun found in school locker
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"A fifteen-year-old male student in the 9th grade at Lowndes High was arrested Wednesday after school administrators found a loaded 9-millimeter pistol in a school locker."

"A student told staff that the boy had brought the gun onto the campus after the 9th grader had an altercation with another student. The other student in the altercation had supposedly made comments to the effect that he may 'need to bring some protection' with him to school."

"Authorities said that the boy obtained the pistol from his father, without the father's knowledge, and hid it in a locker." ...
 

Philippines: Disarming the law-abiding
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"I am a gun owner. I have a permit to carry my firearm outside my residence (PTCFOR) for my .45-caliber Hoeckler & Koch USP, which is properly licensed with the Firearms and Explosives Division (FED) of the Philippine National Police. In order to maintain this privilege, I have to renew my gun license and the PTCFOR regularly at great expense—and a lot of bother—to me."

"The process requires that I take time out from my work for at least a couple of days. Every time I do so, I have to fill out several forms, prepare supporting documents, go through psychiatric and drug testing, report to the Camp Crame firing range to demonstrate that I know how to handle my weapon, submit several slugs for ballistic recording ..." ...
 

Philippines: Philippine reporters pack guns to fend off attacks (follow-up)
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Philippine columnist Pablo Hernandez packs an Ingram machine pistol -- and says he used it to good effect when gunmen tried to make him the latest victim in a wave of media murders in the Southeast Asian country.

"It's getting worse," Hernandez said on Thursday, a day after he traded shots with two men on a motorcycle when he and a friend noticed his car was being followed in Manila.

"This government is not sincere in arresting the masterminds because their concentration is only on the hired killers."

The Philippines prides itself on having the freest press in the region but media groups have criticised the government for failing to halt the attacks, many of them apparently related to reporting on corrupt officials and business deals.
 

MI: Drug-stealing Detroit police worker gets 15-year sentence
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"A former Detroit Police Department employee who admitted he stole 100 kilograms of cocaine from an evidence room and replaced it with flour was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison."

"Before his sentencing in U.S. District Court in Ann Arbor, John Cole Sr., 53, of Detroit asked Judge John Corbett O'Meara for leniency."

"O'Meara acknowledged receiving 30 or 40 letters from relatives and friends of Cole. He apparently had worked as a civilian for the Police Department for more than 20 years without breaking the law, the judge said."

"Cole, who pleaded guilty in August, confessed to laundering his profits in schemes that included purchasing as many as 19 properties." ...
 

NC: N.C. Senate agrees to let judges take lawful guns to court
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"Trial court judges with concealed weapon permits would get official permission to bring their guns to work under a bill approved Thursday by the state Senate." ...

"'Our major concerns were the safety of our judges entering and leaving their courthouses and entering their courtrooms,' Sen. Tom Apodaca, R-Henderson, said before the Senate approved the bill by a vote of 40-7." ...

"Some North Carolina judges whom Apodaca did not identify asked for a change in the law. He said some judges already are taking a gun to court for safety, although courthouses bar concealed weapons." [emphasis added] ...
 

India: Molestation of Handwara women trigger protests
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"Molestation of some women by the Rashtriya Rifles troops sparked massive protests here Wednesday with police opening fire on the protesters. Ten civilians and 10 policemen, including a Deputy Superintendent, were injured in the violent clashes."

"Witnesses said the residents of five villages ... took to streets condemning molestation of the women by troops of 21 RR tore off the clothes. The women had gone to the RR camp seeking release of three youth arrested on May 15, a Greater Kashmir report said on Thursday." ...

"Police immediately swung into action and used batons and fired in air to disperse the agitators who replied with stones. The Deputy Superintendent and the Station House Officer were injured the stone pelting."
 

CA: Teach Your Children Well
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"Yesterday the California Rifle & Pistol Association launched a 6-week radio public service announcement campaign promoting parental gun safety education for children. The PSA will introduce an adult demographic (parents) to the basics of kid gun safety along the lines of the NRA's famous Eddie Eagle program ... and the 4 rules of gun safety." ...

"The Eddie Eagle advice to kids is so sensible that even the anti-gun rights California Medical Association endorsed it in its official policy."

"The Inland Empire's Sen. Bob Dutton (then in the Assembly) last year carried a bill to require gun saftey education in the public schools ... The bill died in Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg's Education Committee. ..."
 

IL: Standing your ground
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"Two weeks ago, Florida governor Jeb Bush signed the new 'Stand Your Ground' bill into law. This bill says that a citizen has 'no duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary ...'"

"This means that, should someone break into your home, whether you see a weapon or not, if you feel that your life is threatened ... then you have the right to pull out a weapon and kill that person, simply because you think your life might be threatened. This means that the person who broke into your home, who could be completely unarmed, could die at your hands. This law allows people to do this without fear of prosecution, so you could murder someone who never threatened you - had no intention of threatening you - and get off scott free." ...
 

CT: Shotgun field chock-full of talent
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"When it comes to talent, this competition is loaded."

"Two U.S. Army marksmen — one of them an Olympian — and five former ESPN Great Outdoor Games gold medallists are among the sixteen finalists headed to this year's Great Outdoor Games presented by Dodge. These competitors will get fired up July 8-9 at Tenoroc Shooting Sports and Training Facility in Lakeland, Fla."

"'It's comparable to having the top 16 golfers in the world on the golf course at the same time,' said Jack Robertson of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which manages the shooting events for the Games. 'Any one of the 16 can rise to the top this year.'" ...
 

MN: Shooting-range bill clears Senate
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"A bill aiming to end conflicts between suburban home developments and gun shooting clubs has advanced through the Senate."

"By a 54-10 vote Wednesday, senators backed a bill that would set statewide standards for shooting ranges. It requires shooting ranges to comply with Minnesota Pollution Control Agency noise standards and provides them protection against potential lawsuits if they do so."

"Homebuilders developing adjacent land would be responsible for buffering their projects from a shooting range." ...

"The proposal allows shooting ranges in compliance with state standards to expand their membership, increase activities and conduct shooting between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m."
 

IL: New Shooting Range
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"When the target turns, deputies have several seconds to pull their guns from their holsters and fire twice. They're preparing for the real thing, and thanks to an upgraded shooting range, their training is right on the mark."

"'The old range was an antiquated system. We were severely limited with the training we could do. With a new system there's a lot more training. We shoot at moving targets; people can shoot on the move, train with real scenarios,' says Sgt. Scott Meyers with the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department."

"The $150,000 upgrade was made possible by Rockford Area Crimestoppers. A new computer operated system allows for a wide range of training possibilities." ...
 

CO: Despite recent fatality, turkey hunting is becoming safer
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where the small-caliber bullet came from Saturday that killed turkey hunter Jeffrey Garrett ..."

"However, Garrett’s unfortunate death has brought renewed attention to a sport that in recent years has become increasingly safer."

"'Done correctly, turkey hunting is very safe,' said Division of Wildlife spokesman Tyler Baskfield. 'But at the same time, you’re wearing camouflage and often hiding behind a decoy while making turkey sounds. It can be a lethal mix if not done in a careful and safe manner.'"

"All sport hunting has benefited greatly from the proliferation of hunter education programs taught by conservation groups and state and federal wildlife agencies, sad Mark Cousins, state hunter safety education coordinator." ...
 

WA: Funds to be raised for the NRA
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"The second annual Skagit County Friends of the NRA banquet and auction will be June 4 at the CottonTree Convention Center in Mount Vernon."

"A social hour begins at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 and the auction to follow."

"Among the live and silent auction and raffle prizes are a Kimber Custom Eclipse rifle, a Savage .17 caliber rifle, a Remington CDL .204 caliber rifle, a Beretta model 3901 shotgun, a gun safe, and limited edition knives, prints and sculptures."

"Banquet tickets are $30. All banquet ticket holders are invited to a trap shoot 11 a.m until 2 p.m. on June 4 at the Skagit (Moose) Gun Club on Josh Wilson Road. Instructors will be on hand and loner guns and free ammunition will be provided for beginners." ...
 

OH: Petro Releases First Year Concealed Carry Statistics
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"Ohio sheriffs issued 51,998 licenses to carry concealed handguns between April 8, 2004, when the state law went into effect, and March 31, 2005, according to the statistics gathered by Ohio’s Sheriff’s and complied by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission."

"'I am the chief public official charged with implementing this law statewide. My office has undertaken a number of actions pertaining to the concealed carry law, and I am proud of the work my staff has done to ensure its smooth rollout,' Petro said. 'In the last year, through the efforts of Ohio’s county sheriffs and our office, tens of thousands of law-abiding citizens have taken handgun safety courses from certified instructors, applied for, and were issued, licenses to carry a concealed handgun.'" ...
 

ME: Who are the Real Bullies in Gun Ban Debate?
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... "We live in a state that has a very precise and clearly written constitutional right to keep and bear arms. As the Maine Constitution says in Section 16: 'To keep and bear arms: Every citizen has a right to keep and bear arms and this right shall never be questioned.'" ...

"Every session we hear exaggerations, made-up numbers, claims of benefits not backed by fact, appeals to emotion and flat- out lies used to reduce a fundamental right. This gets very old indeed. Gun owners are fed up." ...

"Here is a hypothetical: Suppose some legislators were attacked in the press in their last election. Suppose they created a bill to limit the freedom of the press or proposed a per word tax on the media."

"Imagine the firestorm over that little idea. The legislators would get mail calling them every name in the book, and the press would be leading the charge. There would be no commentary calling those writers 'bullies.'" ...
 

UK: Man Dies After Raid Of Terror
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"A WEALTHY car dealer may have died of fright after being pistol-whipped by masked robbers."

"Kevin Robinson, 43, was hit on the head several times by three men who burst into his £450,000 home on Thursday night."

"The robbers, one with a machete and another with a handgun, demanded money."

"Mr Robinson, who lived alone and ran his business from home near Stockport, Greater Manchester, ran out of the front door."

"He raised the alarm and the gang fled empty-handed. But five days later he collapsed in front of the TV with a heart attack and died later in hospital." ...
 

Canada: Police caution after employees disarm man
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"A 49-year-old man is facing numerous charges after a frightening incident for some employees of a Winnipeg construction company."

"Police say a man walked into a business on Ravenhurst Road in Winnipeg with a loaded 22-calibre rifle and pointed it at employees, demanding a ride."

"Two employees fought with the man, took his gun away, and called police."

"There were no injuries patrol sergeant Kelly Dennison says people should put their own safety first if confronted with a similar situation."

"'Any time someone's going to confront an armed individual you're going to have to really be careful of what you're doing,' he says. 'It's not something the police service is going to suggest people do is try and disarm or confront people armed with firearms.'" ...
 

New Zealand: Replacement due for police rifles
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"Police are replacing their Remington rifles with a new firearm – the Bushmaster XM15 M4A3."

"'The new rifle will be more operationally compatible with the other police standard issue firearm, the semi-automatic Glock,' says Assistant Commissioner Peter Marshall."

"'The Remington 7 was introduced in 1993 and is a bolt action styled rifle, so each time a shot is fired, the operator has to take one hand off the rifle to action the bolt. Once the bolt is actioned, the operator has to reposition their hand as well as re-sight the weapon and this could be dangerous in certain situations. This is not the case with the new Bushmaster,' says Assistant Commissioner Marshall." ...
 

Australia: Aussie soldiers to get new rifle scope
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"Australian soldiers will soon have access to a state-of-the-art Australian-designed rifle scope that will effectively allow them to shoot around corners."

"Defence Minister Robert Hill said the scope, designed by the Defence Science Technology Organisation (DSTO) in Adelaide, used a system of mirrors similar in concept to a periscope and was already attracting international interest." ...
 

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