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CA: Multiple Public Hearings on Council Agenda Tomorrow
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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The regular meeting of Needles City Council on Tuesday, July 9, begins with several opportunities for input from residents. Open sessions of council meetings begin at 6 p.m. in chambers, 1111 Bailey Ave. at J Street.
 

VA: At Gun Violence Forum, a Struggle to Find Common Ground
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Some came in red “Moms Demand Action” T-shirts, while others wore bright orange stickers declaring “Guns SAVE Lives.” Both sides of the gun-control debate were well represented during a recent forum on gun violence legislation hosted by several local state lawmakers ahead of the General Assembly’s special session, which kicks off Tuesday.
 

VA: Republicans Introduce Bills Restricting guns in Government Buildings
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Virginia Beach Republican Del. Glenn Davis will carry legislation that would allow municipalities to ban guns in local government buildings, with some caveats. Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment, R-James City, went further, introducing a bill that would prohibit guns and other weapons “in any building owned or used by a locality for governmental purposes in the commonwealth,” a summary of the legislation reads. It’s one of several substantive bills on guns introduced for the session by Norment, who expressed some openness to legislation on gun violence in the wake of the Virginia Beach municipal building massacre.
 

Muzzle-Device Modification: Tools, Tips & Techniques
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Rifle-modification options used to be limited to accepting your rifle as-is, paying a gunsmith to work their magic or carefully tinkering with a gun that could hardly be considered modular. Thankfully, we have come far enough out of those dark ages that many upgrades are within reach if you have the right tools, a little time and a willingness to follow instructions. Unfortunately—and in spite of the many how-to sources for firearm mods—DIY-ers still get into trouble from time to time. Improperly attached muzzle devices— especially those which double as suppressor mounts—are more common than they should be and may lead to a damaged firearm, sound suppressor and shooter. A few simple guidelines can help you avoid these outcomes.
 

IL: 66 Shot, 6 Fatally, in 4th of July Weekend Gun Violence Across Chicago
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Gun violence in Chicago over the long Fourth of July weekend was the most violent weekend so far this year, despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot's plan to flood the city with police officers. Since Wednesday night, six people have been killed and 60 others wounded in gun violence across Chicago over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
 

VA: Gun Rights Advocates Push Back on Proposal to Ban Silencers in Virginia
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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As state lawmakers gear up to debate gun laws, gun rights advocates are making the case against banning silencers.
"Suppressors are a tool that allow people like hunters and law-abiding citizens the ability to shoot without having to sacrifice their hearing," said Knox Williams, the President and Executive Director of the American Suppressor Association.
 

CT: Norwalk Man Arrested After Firing Guns On 4th Of July
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A 53-year-old Norwalk man, who police said was intoxicated at the time, was arrested on reckless endangerment and other charges on July 4 after he fired several guns into Long Island Sound, reports The Hour. Dwight St. John, of Tonetta Circle in the city's Marvin Beach section, was arrested at about 10:30 p.m. after neighbors reported hearing gunshots.
 

UT: Utah DWR Expands Discounts for Disabled Veterans to Include Hunting, Combination Licenses
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Veterans with disabilities are now eligible for discounted hunting and combination licenses and will also experience an easier application process. According to a news release from Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, disabled veterans were previously eligible for discounted fishing licenses, and as of July 1, the DWR is now expanding that to include hunting and combination licenses.
 

PA: Self-Defense at Issue in Shooting at North Versailles Walmart
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A shooting at the North Versailles Walmart raises questions about self-defense and when deadly force is justified, legal experts told the Tribune-Review on Monday. Rojanai Germaine Alston, 22, of Penn Hills faces charges of attempted homicide and aggravated assault following an altercation Friday in which she is accused of wounding one woman and shooting at another in the store’s electronics section.
 

TN: The Tennessee Valley Hunting and Fishing Expo kicks off at the VBC July 12th
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Outdoor enthusiasts, the time has come. The 2019 Tennessee Valley Hunting and Fishing Expo is returning to the South Hall of Von Braun Center for three days in July.

 

CDFW: Beware Of Bogus Fishing & Hunting License Sales Websites
Submitted by: David Williaamson
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Looking to go hunting or fishing this summer? Make sure to purchase your license from a legitimate website or retailer. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a warning Monday about several websites that are improperly charging extra fees for online fishing and hunting license purchases and collect personal information as part of their unauthorized transactions.

 

History of MBI Ammo
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Military Ballistics Industries, also known as MBI, has made a relatively recent entry into the world of ammunition manufacturing. Launched in 2009, the founder of MBI was an active machine gun shooter and sought a way to produce high-quality, affordable ammo to help subsidize his hobby. Fast-forward to today, and the brand has a good reputation for their high-quality new and remanufactured ammunition, and their product line includes ammunition for the most popular calibers on the market – including 9mm, 40 S&W, 45 Auto and 38 Special.
 

Liberalism, Originalism, and the Constitution
Submitted by: David Williamson
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No one would mistake the Supreme Court’s liberal justices for adherents to the concept of “originalism,” or the belief that one should consider—first and foremost—the Founders’ intent when ruling on constitutional issues. And yet their opinions in the Maryland “Peace Cross” case suggests that they, at least implicitly, support the idea.

 

CO: ‘God gave her a second chance’ — Soroco grad earns 4-H national championship following rollover
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Earning 1,754 points of the available 1,800, Soroco High School graduate Taylor Kirby and the Civilian Marksmanship Program team from Colorado secured a victory at the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Nebraska in late June.

Just 10 months earlier, on Labor Day, Kirby rolled her truck five times. Suffering serious injuries, Kirby and her family weren’t sure if she would be able to compete at nationals, which she qualified for just two weeks prior to the accident.

“I tell everybody, ‘God gave her a second chance,” Taylor’s father, Rick Kirby, said. “She had everything going against her as far as her head injury. Her balance was affected, and the brain injury affected a lot of different things.

 

‘NRA On Its Heels’ Says Gun Control Group as VA Guv’s Gun Session Looms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Declaring that the National Rifle Association has been in “a perpetual state of turmoil” recently, the billionaire-backed Everytown for Gun Safety—Michael Bloomberg’s gun prohibition lobbying group—says “NRA is on its heels and we can keep it there” as Virginia lawmakers prepare for Gov. Ralph Northam’s gun control special session Tuesday.

Northam’s agenda was detailed by the Virginia Mercury in a Sunday report.
 

Aguila Ammunition is the Official Shotshell of New Guinness World Record Title
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Aguila Ammunition is proud to announce its participation as the official shotshell in the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title attempt of the most clay shooting targets broken in 12 hours (team). CZ-USA and David Miller, CZ-USA's Shotgun Product Manager, Aguila Pro Shooter and current world record holder, will attempt to break the current record of 4,602 targets on October 12, 2019 at Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, Kansas. Before the attempt can be made, Dave needs four more shooters to join his team. Two youth shooters from the A.I.M shooting program and two shooters from the SCTP program will earn their spots on the team by qualifying at A.I.M and SCTP events this summer.


 

Democratic Party Presidential Candidates Seek To Destroy Nation’s Bill Of Rights
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Democratic Party is in a bind. This is the inference to be drawn after the first two recently aired Democratic Party Debates. And no less a source of Radical Left, Marxist hate-filled proselytizing and propaganda-filled garbage than The New York Times newspaper recognizes this indisputable fact; and, recognizing it, laments it, but for a very specific reason–one that may not be apparent to the casual reader.


 

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...to disarm the people - that was the best and most effectual way to enslave them. — George Mason, 3 Elliot, Debates at 380.

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