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Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence: Celebrating a Memorable Man and a Remarkable Career
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The columnist Art Buchwald is celebrating his 80th Birthday on Sept. 28. His birthday party is going to be a fitting fiesta, at the Embassy of France in Washington D.C., with lions of journalism and politics in attendance." ...

"... When word leaked out about the party, a group called the Second Amendment Sisters sent a strong letter of protest to the French Ambassador, attacking the party's link to gun violence prevention efforts."

"Mr. Buchwald was delighted. 'I never heard of the Sisters, but a friend told me their Nunnery was in Dodge City, next to the O.K. Coral, and they kept their guns under their habits,' he said. He added 'their protest will make my 80th birthday more memorable.'" ...
 

UK: Gun smuggling is 'easy'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"AS Britain struggled to understand yet another brutal gun murder in the wake of the Harvey Nichols horror, a former armed response officer told us of the ease at which guns were being smuggled into the country. "

"Roger Gray, who worked with ... the armed response unit of the Metropolitan Police, revealed guns were coming in to the country through sea ports, in luggage and lorries."

"The smuggling of the weapons, some of which he said were manufactured in India and China, others sold in Eastern Europe, was made easier due to easier communications and international travel connections."

"Mr Gray, who has written the book Armed Response about his experiences in the Met, described Britain's borders as 'porous to say the least'." ...
 

Rust Never Sleeps
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... "...nearly 500 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents, state troopers, county and city police officers participated in an 'ATF Task Force' targeting the Showmasters gun show in Richmond, Va ... These operations consist mostly in harassing and bullying people at shows. One booth operator counted 72 law enforcement officers milling around on a Saturday. Saturday’s an overtime day, isn’t it?"

"It also appears that ATF officers broke federal laws ... by sharing privileged information with the local heat ... While a potential buyer was waiting for his paperwork to process and clear, they would go this home, call on his family and his neighbors, inform them that the person was attempting to (legally) purchase a firearm and did they know why he wanted it? ..." ...
 

Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2006 Financial Results
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (Amex: SWB), parent company of Smith & Wesson Corp., the legendary 153-year old company in the global business of safety, security, protection and sport, today announced financial results for its first quarter ended July 31, 2005." ...
 

GA: Carjacker, Victim Killed in Cobb
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An armed bystander shot and killed a carjacker Monday morning in Acworth, Ga., after the suspect caused an accident that killed his female victim." ...

"According to police, sometime after 9 a.m., 30-year-old Kimberly Boyd of Acworth stopped at a gas station ... A man there approached Boyd and carjacked her, taking her with him." ...

"The cement truck T-boned the Sequoia, killing the young mother when the truck struck the passenger side of her vehicle, police said."

"Still carrying a handgun, the carjacker fled from the SUV on foot ..."

"A man who had witnessed the carjacking and followed ... confronted the gunman in the intersection. According to police, the citizen ... shot the suspect three times, killing him." ...
 

VA: Virginia Shooting Sports Association Endorses Jerry Kilgore - Calls Candidate A True Leader for the Rights of Law-Abiding Gun Owners
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Virginia Shooting Sports Association (VSSA) announced today the endorsement of former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore in the November 8, 2005 gubernatorial election."

"'As a lifelong supporter of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, you understand that the Second Amendment has noting to do with hunting but in fact guarantees the God given right to protect our homes, families, and freedom,' stated VSSA President Steve Canale in the endorsement letter." ...
 

OH: Ohio media (finally) taking note of new firearms legislation (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"More than six months after its introduction, the Cleveland Plain Dealer is finally reporting on House Bill 91, legislation sponsored by Rep. Tom Brinkman and intended to reform Ohio's concealed carry law in several key ways." ...

"While this bill does address many concerns with current law, it fails to address the most crucial issue to firearms owners in Ohio, which is a statewide preemption clause that would ensure that firearms laws are uniform throughout the Buckeye State." ...
 

MD: Gun law repealed in Prince George
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A month-and-a-half-long battle over gun laws in Prince George County came to an end last night."

"By a 4-1 vote, the Board of Supervisors repealed a section of the county code that made it illegal to discharge a firearm in a residential subdivision, finding a solution to a matter first brought to the board in late July."

"The code will now rely on a state law that says it is a misdemeanor to recklessly handle any firearm as to endanger the life, limb or property of another person. If these acts occur while hunting or trapping, a judge could also revoke the person's hunting or trapping license for a year." ...
 

OH: UNVEILED: Sweeping Ohio firearms law reform bill (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Ohio concealed handgun license-holders have long-awaited an antidote for some of the poison pills the Ohio Senate and Governor Taft inserted into H.B. 12. Ohio hunters and other gun owners have long awaited an antidote for the toxic stew of local firearms ordinances that can entrap citizens as they move from city to city."

"Buckeye Firearms Association can now exclusively report that help is finally arriving, and that it comes in the form of legislation which goes far beyond just a simple 'clean-up bill'."

"Rep. Jim Aslanides (R-Coshocton) gave this political action committee a preview today of legislation that will soon be introduced into the General Assembly (the preview version of the bill can be downloaded at the end of this article)." ...
 

ME: Brewer officials add restrictions for rifle use
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"City leaders amended the firearms ordinance on Tuesday, adding new restrictions for using a rifle for hunting or target shooting within an outlying area of the city."

"An ad hoc committee, created in April, was charged with reviewing the city's current ordinance and firearms boundaries, taking into consideration residential and commercial developments that have been built since the last major change to the firearms ordinance in October 1987."

"The ad hoc committee's first recommendation, issued in August, was too restrictive and City Councilors asked the item be reviewed again with more public input." ...
 

OH: Bill would hide lists of gun permit-holders; governor opposed
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"The media would lose access to lists of concealed-weapons permit-holders and could only check with sheriffs for specific names under a bill to be introduced in the Ohio House next week, its sponsor said Wednesday."

"The bill also would allow permit-holders to carry hidden guns in their cars, removing a requirement that the weapon be in plain sight or locked up ..." ...

"Jeff Garvas of Ohioans for Concealed Carry said that in the 17 months the law has been in effect, the idea has picked up enough supporters that the Legislature could override a Taft veto."

"Many gun owners were upset when newspapers acquired lists of permit-holders from sheriffs and published them, Aslanides said. ..." ...
 

IL: Proposed Cook County Assault Weapon Ban DOA
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It is not particularly surprising that Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin (D-Evanston), a virulent anti-gun advocate, has advanced a proposed ordinance to ban so-called assault weapons in Cook County."

"It is the chilly reception the proposal is receiving from a County Board comprised of 12 Democrats and 5 Republicans that is the surprise."

"Suffredin’s proposal was referred to the Board’s Health and Hospitals Committee for review. IllinoisLeader.com has learned that the Suffredin’s ban, thought to be an agenda item at the Cook County Board’s September 20 meeting, will not be called in committee." ...
 

IA: Roosevelt Student Accused Of Having Gun At School
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"A Roosevelt High School student faces charges after school administrators said they found him with a loaded handgun."

"Another student tipped off administrators."

"School officials sent out a note to parents Wednesday detailing the incident."

"A student was found to have not only a loaded gun on campus, but also a multi-tool knife and drug paraphernalia, according to the note from Principal Anita Micich."

"The student was arrested and turned over to juvenile court."

"'The student will be recommended for expulsion for possession of a weapon per Iowa law,' according to the school memo." ...
 

IL: Parents sue over student's expulsion
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"The parents of a former Zion high school student are suing district officials to have him reinstated in school after he was expelled for two years when plastic pellet guns were found in his vehicle."

"Louis Venturi, 17, was expelled from Zion-Benton High School in May after leaving two pellet rifles and a broken BB gun in the back of his sport-utility vehicle on school property. The guns were left over from a weekend outing with his father."

"Under the district's zero-tolerance policy, pellet guns and similar items are considered weapons and prohibited on campuses. But Venturi's parents said school district officials are overreacting and the guns are basically toys." ...
 

FL: Gun found on campus
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"Two Olympia High School students face discipline after being arrested on campus with a .22-caliber pistol and marijuana."

"Orange County deputies arrested the teens Monday after a parent notified a school resource officer about a shooting Friday evening, according to sheriff's reports."

"The small handgun with eight bullets and a small amount of marijuana were found when the teens were questioned at the school on Apopka-Vineland Road, records show."

"No one was injured when one teen fired two shots at another teen during a fight in Orlo Vista."

"Both were charged with possession of a firearm on school property and sent to the state Juvenile Assessment Center in Orlando. ..."
 

OH: Police: Loaded Gun Found Inside Springfield School
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"A loaded gun was found inside a Springfield school, and now a student faces serious charges."

"Investigators said the .45-caliber gun was found inside a trash can Tuesday afternoon in a bathroom at South High School."

"A school official found the gun in the trash can of a third-floor bathroom."

"School officials are crediting two students who came forward after seeing the 15-year-old with the gun."

"Wednesday afternoon, the teen was in court facing two felony charges."

"Anthony McNeil is charged as a juvenile with illegal conveyance of a weapon onto school grounds and tampering with evidence." ...
 

KS: Shots Fired Near KCK Middle School
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"Police are searching for the people who fired several shots near Central Middle School Wednesday afternoon, KMBC's Peggy Breit reported."

"At about 1 p.m., school officials were outside while 250 students were dismissed. The officials saw a shooter inside a black Mustang and called police."

"'It looked to be like a rifle or shotgun hanging out the window,' said Central Middle School Principal Jim Antos."

"Antos said the students were not injured and they responded calmly. The Mustang fled the scene."

"Neighbors said gunshots are becoming more frequent in the area."

"'We've had a lot of problems because there's been bullets around here ... so it's pretty dangerous up in here,' said resident Ailene Palomares." ...
 

MD: Gun scare sends Clear Spring students home
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"Clear Spring High School students participating in after-school activities were sent home early Monday after a man with a gun was seen near the school, Principal Michael Shockey said."

"Three students walking about three blocks from the high school saw a former student in a pickup truck holding what they believed was a gun, according to Washington County Sheriff's deputies. The students reported seeing the man to school officials at 4:45 p.m., more than an hour after school let out, Shockey said." ...

"Sgt. Tim Baker, with the Sheriff's Office, said deputies discovered the gun actually was a pellet pistol, similar to a BB gun. He said the gun was not pointed at the students." ...
 

New Orleans: Tyranny in New Orleans
Submitted by: Jennifer Freeman
Website: http://www.libertybelles.org

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... "The Citizens' Committee to Keep and Bear Arms have called for a federal investigation of the New Orleans forcible disarmament and the Liberty Belles would like to second that motion. In addition, charges should be brought against the New Orleans police department where Mr. Compass is employed. Charges should also be filed personally against Mr. Compass as well as any and all law enforcement officers who obeyed this blatant violation of the Bill of the Rights." ...
 

New Orleans: New Orleans Gun Seizures Allegedly 'Creating More Victims'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Few people objected when police began gathering firearms they found in abandoned New Orleans homes, to prevent them from falling into the hands of criminals. But one gun policy expert says confiscating guns from law abiding citizens who remain in the city is increasing the danger posed by criminals." ...

"Lott said he is also disappointed that police appear to be engaging in 'selective' gun confiscation. After [New Orleans Police Superintendent P. Edwin] Compass expanded the original order, the New York Times reported that it, 'apparently does not apply to the hundreds of security guards whom businesses and some wealthy individuals have hired to protect their property.'" ...
 

IL: Ex-cop admits stealing dealers' drugs, selling them
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"A former Chicago police officer admitted Tuesday that he was part of a scheme last year to rip off drug dealers by stopping their cars, confiscating their drugs and selling the drugs at a profit."

"Erik Johnson, 40, of Chicago, pleaded guilty to drug charges in federal court in Chicago."

"Prosecutors alleged that Johnson and four other Chicago police officers--Broderick Jones, Corey Flagg, Eural J. Black and Darek A. Haynes--robbed drug dealers of narcotics, money and weapons."

"The cases against the other officers are still pending, prosecutors said."

"The officers often worked the street together as part of the Englewood District's tactical unit." ...
 

WI: Police 'Buy Back' Guns Found Near Park, In Unlocked Closets
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police are calling their current gun buyback program in a decade a success -- even though they're netting far fewer weapons this time around."

"Retired police officers are now starting to seize 130 unwanted guns, which is 2,300 fewer weapons than a broad buyback effort a decade ago."

"On Tuesday, officers picked up two rifles, found by a property owner in the grass next to a west side city park. At another homeowner's house, police picked up a small cache of weapons, including two handguns that were sitting in an unlocked garage closet for decades." ...
 

AZ: Retiring deputies can buy their guns for a buck
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Retiring Pima County sheriff's deputies can now buy their department-issued guns for one dollar.

The program approved by county supervisors yesterday is similar to one already in place at the Arizona Department of Public Safety and the Phoenix police. Tucson police don't have the same option.

Deputies with 20 years service can buy their pistols or shotguns for just a buck. Before, they had to pay the replacement cost, 427 dollars for a handgun and 359 dollars for a shotgun.
 

GA: Police Trainee Accidentally Killed by Instructor
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A trainee at a state law enforcement academy was accidentally shot and killed by her instructor Tuesday during a classroom exercise, authorities said.

The police trainee was among about 30 students in the seventh week of a state-mandated 10-week training course at the North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy.

The recruit was not identified pending notification of relatives. Details of the accident also were not released Tuesday night.

Cobb County Police spokesman Dana Pierce said the veteran instructor was "very traumatized" and had to seek medical attention.

The academy is one of 10 regional training centers for law enforcement officers in Georgia.
 

FL: Expert: Lee cop's slaying of suspect unjustified
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"A law enforcement use-of-force expert testified today Lee County Sheriff’s Cpl. Chad Edwards lacked justification to kill a man during a road rage incident."

"'Under that fact scenario, there was no one in imminent harm,' Melvin L. Tucker told jurors. 'The use of deadly force by Chad Edwards at that point was not justified, was not reasonable.'"

"Mark Steven Fitch Jr. of North Fort Myers was shot to death by Edwards on March 21, 2003, after Fitch became enraged in traffic, got out of his van and began swinging a 16-inch metal bar at the car Edwards and friends were in." ...
 

MD: Deputy U.S. marshal receives 15 years in prison for shooting
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"A former deputy U.S. marshal will serve 15 years in prison for shooting and killing a 20-year-old sailor in a crowded parking lot on Rockville Pike last fall, a Montgomery Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday."

"Circuit Judge Ann S. Harrington sentenced Arthur L. Lloyd, 54, of Rockville, to a total of 35 years in prison, suspending all but 15 years. A jury convicted Lloyd in June of voluntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and use of a firearm in a felony. On Oct. 28, Lloyd shot and killed Ryan T. Stowers of Redding, Calif., during an altercation in Mid-Pike Plaza shopping center." ...
 

CO: Dentry: Hunters, farmers help the needy, disaster victims
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"Once again, and with a more timely beginning, hunters are invited to jump on the bandwagon - meat wagon, actually - and pitch in to feed the homeless and hungry."

"Now that big-game archery and muzzle-loading seasons are under way and rifle hunting seasons are on the horizon, Gregg Kay envisions Colorado hunters donating thousands of pounds of elk, deer and antelope venison to the nutritionally needy through Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry."

"Last year, it was December, after the regular hunting seasons had closed, when Kay, a Denver lawyer and keen hunter, signed on as Colorado's first coordinator for the national nonprofit. Even so, he started the in-state program with a bang." ...
 

ID: St. Maries to host the Great Northern Cowboy Action Shoot
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"'The closest you’ll ever get to the Old West short of a time machine,' states the home page for the International Single Action Shooting Society, known as SASS."

"It’s the 13th Annual Great Northern Cowboy Action Shoot, sponsored by the Panhandle Regulator’s Club, happening for the second year in the Christmas Hills Recreation area above St. Maries, ID, on September 17-19."

"A more stunningly beautiful wilderness drive than the one leading up to that site does not exist."

"Around 100 shooters from all over the Northwest and Canada, most of whom are aficionados of old time firearms and indeed, the Old West itself, will gather here to step back in time to those wild, and wooly early American frontier days." ...
 

TX: Shooting range readies for opening
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"Recent accomplishments and upcoming projects were among the highlights as city officials toured the local park system Tuesday."

"Among the stops was the Amarillo Shooting Complex, set to open Oct. 1 after a Sept. 30 grand-opening ceremony."

"The $1.1 million facility is west of the city landfill. It will be open to the public Thursdays through Sundays and available to police every day."

"It has rooms for classes on gun safety and concealed weapons law. A license isn't necessary to use the facility."

"'All you got to do is bring your gun and shoot,' said Sgt. Michial Dunlap, range master. 'That's what it's for.'"

"Admission will be $10 for three hours." ...
 

MN: Questions for Eben Brown, custom gun builder
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"Eben Brown owns E. Arthur Brown Co., an Alexandria, Minn., company that develops guns, some for target shooters and others for hunting. ..."

"How did you get into the gun and shooting business?"

"I started out in computers. I put a classified ad in a computer magazine, saying I had a book called the Timex-Sinclair Directory for sale. ... Within a month I had 5,000 orders. ... That went well, initially, but within a year Timex quit making computers. Then I did another computer directory, but that company, Atari, also soon stopped making computers. Then I read an article about Daisy air rifles celebrating 50 years in the same business. I said to myself: 'That's great. A business that doesn't change every year.'" ...
 

IN: Smoke and fire -- Civil War buffs start season with a bang
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"The boys in Union blue worked quickly to load the cannon, as though Johnny Reb was coming through the cornfield."

"Quick as lightning, the powder went in the breech. Out came the ramrod, packing the charge down the muzzle of the iron monster, which squatted menacingly on the grassy verge of the closest thing to a battlefield that Bremen could offer -- the local Little League ballpark."

"But just like on the hallowed ground of places such as Gettysburg and Shiloh, all eyes were on the cannon's crew as one of the crew yanked the firing lanyard, triggering an earth-shattering explosion that echoed over the fields, stirring the souls of folks like Dennis Mishler." ...
 

KS: Crawford County receives gunlocks
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"The Crawford County Sheriff's Office didn't receive as many gunlocks as it would have liked, but some prevention will still be possible."

"The gunlocks are distributed to various agencies across the nation and are part of Project ChildSafe - a program aimed at reminding gun owners to take steps toward preventing a loaded gun from falling into the hands of a child. The National Shooting Sports Foundation will distribute 155,000 locks throughout the state of Kansas as part of the project."

"The Crawford County Sheriff's Office received roughly 700 gunlocks in 2004."

"'We gave them away real quick,' Sheriff Sandy Horton said. 'This year I actually asked for more. And this year I got 300.'" ...
 

UK: Killer on bail when he shot former lover
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"The killer of ... Clare Bernal was a stalker who was out on bail after being found guilty of harassing his victim, whom he had dated for less than a month, it emerged yesterday."

"Michael Pech, 30, a Czech national who lived in north London and was formerly employed as a security guard at the department store in Knightsbridge, was to be sentenced next week for stalking and 'pestering' 22-year-old Ms Bernal."

"He had been investigated by Southwark hate crime unit and first pleaded not guilty to harassment in April, before changing his plea to guilty last month."

"At 7.40pm on Tuesday, he walked into the store's cosmetics department and shot Ms Bernal four times before turning the gun on himself. ..." ...
 

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