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New Jersey: More ammunition sold after terrorist attacks
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Sporting goods store owners say ammunition sales are up after Tuesday's terrorist attacks.

"'The people were fearful and just wanted to make sure they could protect their families and homes,' said Anthony Corsiglia, owner of The Gun Rack, in Vineland."

"We didn't have crazies coming here saying they want to take over Vineland. They are angry and scared because they don't know what is coming next. Can you blame them? I don't."
 

North Carolina: Sales of guns and ammo climb after tragedy
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"Gun and ammunition sales were up in Charlotte this week, according to local dealers.

"One firearms dealer said 9mm bullets and 12-gauge shotgun shells, in particular, were selling quickly. "I almost ran out," said Larry Hyatt, owner of Charlotte's Hyatt Gun Shop.

"Hyatt's shop had four times as much traffic as normal after the terrorist-driven plane crashes in New York and near Washington."
 

Gun charge dismissed - No probable cause for search
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"A gun charge against a Spartanburg man who had a face-off with city police in 1999 has been dismissed because a judge ruled police did not have probable cause to stop him."

"A search of the car turned up a loaded Colt .45, seven rounds of ammunition and scraps of paper containing South Carolina license plate numbers ... several city and county law enforcement vehicles, noting times and locations, according to police..."
 

Text of Resolution authorizing Use of Force
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"Text of the joint resolution authorizing the use of force against terrorists, adopted Friday by the Senate: To authorize the use of United States armed forces against those responsible for the recent attacks launched against the United States ..."
 

Concealed guns afford self defense
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"I am shocked and ashamed of the editorial titled 'Time for some sanity,' (Sept. 7) regarding t he pending removal of the Campbell County ordinance prohibiting the carrying of firearms in parks. I have never read anything so reactionary and so completely based on unfounded fear instead of facts." --Melissa Allison
 

Vietnam veteran's guns confiscated after painting his garage door
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"In the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks, Steven Grzesik expressed his opinion by spray-painting his garage door with slogans:

"WAR on Muslim fanatics! Bomb them now! Deport supporters! This is a Muslim watch community!" said the messages on Grzesik's garage.

"Detectives with the Sheriff's Office went to Grzesik's house and spoke to him Wednesday morning. They say they became concerned about his mental stability, so they took him into custody under the state's Baker Act."
 

Colt Lawman Mk III “Air Crew” Revolver
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"As one of the few people in the world who has fired one of these, I felt that I should engrave my brief experience with this unusual revolver against that distant time that I am no longer able to share."

"In June 1971, I was hired by the Dallas County Institute of Forensic Science as a Firearms Examiner in the Crime Lab section. During the first six months of my employment, a Colt representative showed up wanting to demonstrate a new concept in the war on air piracy..."
 

More Suicide Killers in the U.S. Wait for Orders to Strike
Submitted by: JamieM
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"An estimated 30 to 50 suicide-killers are waiting inside America for their orders to strike.

This time, while aiming as before for the President, the White House and Capitol Hill, they will also go for a broad spectrum of what they consider strategic targets, such as airports, oil fields and oil installations, sensitive military and intelligence facilities, warships and carriers.

The last were indeed ordered out to sea shortly after the assaults on Tuesday."
 

Shotgun News Column on Terrorism and Gun Control
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"Terrorists took advantage of the ultimate "gun free zone" yesterday morning to bring the nation to its knees.

The stupid notion that evil, vicious killers can be deterred by preventing law-abiding American citizens from having guns made it easy for terrorists who were armed with nothing more than small knives." --Neal Knox
 

Notice: NRA Board, Committee Meetings Postponed
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National Rifle Association committee and Board of Directors' meetings scheduled to begin in Washington, D.C. Friday and extend through the weekend have been postponed.

The postponement was in response to Tuesday's terrorist sneak attacks on airlines, New York's World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon in Washington, causing a nationwide air transport shutdown in midweek.

Report by John G. Lankford
 

Saddened, Yes - Stunned, No - Stymied, Never!
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"If you value freedom, don't let the destruction begun by the bombers continue to multiply. Get up, pull yourself together, and get on with life... If we are to show that there's substance behind our symbols, we need to... be vigilant for the rules and laws that will surely come to try to limit our freedoms even more. We need to show that tyrants cannot and will not bring us to our knees." --Sunni Maravillosa
 

Federal Appeals Court vacates ruling on Horiuchi immunity
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A federal appeals court Friday vacated its June decision that said FBI sharpshooter Lon Horiuchi may be tried for manslaughter for fatally shooting Vicky Weaver during the Ruby Ridge standoff in August 1992.

In legal terms, the decision means there is now no precedent in the West on whether federal agents are immune from state prosecution for alleged wrongdoing committed under the color of authority.
 

Congress Approves Resolution Authorizing Force
Submitted by: Rodney L. Hendrix

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"The House overwhelmingly passed the use-of-force resolution by a 420-1 margin. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) registered the lone dissenting vote, saying she believed it gave too much of Congress' power to the President, and because she was reluctant to approve force that could worsen the situation."

"The Senate approved the measure by a 98-0 margin earlier in the day."

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Pilots consider tougher cockpit doors, even armed crews
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"I'm ultimately responsible for the safety of that aircraft, the passengers and my crew," said Rick Moccia of Virginia Beach, who flies for US Airways. "We let all sorts of law enforcement individuals be armed on aircraft, but they don't let a gun up there with the captain."
 

Download and display the Flag
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"Download and display the Flag and show your support for America!"

Several sizes of flag images for printing and posting wherever necessary.
 

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