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Not an INDIVIDUAL RIGHT, eh?
Submitted by: GunShowOnTheNet.com
Website: http://gunshowonthenet.com/index.html

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"Journal of the Senate of the United States of America"

"WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1789."

"'...On motion to amend article the fifth, by inserting these words, 'for the common defence,' next to the words 'bear arms:'"

"'It passed in the negative.'"

"'On motion to strike out of this article, line the second, these words, 'the best,' and insert in lieu thereof 'necessary to the:'"

"'It passed in the affirmative.'"

"'On motion ... to amend the article to read as follows: 'A well regulated militia being the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.'"

"'It passed in the affirmative....'"

"Well now, THAT answers some questions, DOESN'T IT? Good-bye 'collective rights' theory!"
 

Etched bullets interest law enforcement
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A new, ultra-precise laser technology can engrave the entire alphabet on the tip of a ballpoint pen. It's called microstamping, and it's got the attention of some law enforcement officials, intrigued by its potential use in solving gun crimes."

"'This could take ballistics to a whole new level,' said New Jersey State Police Capt. Al Della Fave. 'Any type of technology that helps law enforcement in terms of identification of a weapon used in a crime is going to be tremendously helpful.'" ...
 

FL: Store owners stand ground
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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"Vivian Deen had never fired a gun."

"But Friday morning she didn't hesitate to shoot at an armed robber threatening her husband, William."

"The Deens own Magee Field Grocery, a neighborhood grocery store ... and were confronted by a man who wanted their money." ...

"Deen said he didn't want his wife to get involved."

"However, Vivian Deen, 45, grabbed a handgun kept behind the counter and fired at the robber's shoulder."

"'I've never even fired a gun before. But when I saw the gun pointing at my husband, I didn't waste any time,' she said." ...

"Although it is self-defense, Assistant Chief Chip Simmons said the Pensacola Police Department does not encourage this type of behavior." ...
 

OH: Gun ban leaves families defenseless (second letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In response to the recent Sixth District Appellate Court decision upholding firearm bans in city parks, I humbly present what the ramifications are to the citizens of Toledo: the loss of their right to self-defense and potentially the lives of their children."

"A Sept. 19 article ... reported that a 33-year-old man was finally arrested after being sought by police. His alleged crime? Sexual assault of a 5-year-old girl. Where was he apprehended? In a city park."

"... I take the safety of my family very seriously. That is why I have passed a rigorous background check, been fingerprinted, and received training in the safe operation and legal ramifications of carrying a handgun for self defense by state-approved instructors." ...
 

NY: Nice shot, Mike (Second editorial)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Mayor Bloomberg has hit the bull's-eye again in his war on gun trafficking, scoring legal settlements with three more out-of-state dealers whose lax sales procedures have made it all too easy for the city's criminals to get their hands on deadly weapons." ...

"Predictably, NRA types are running to Washington for sanctuary from such assaults. Faster than a speeding bullet, House Republicans plan today to pass a bill shielding unscrupulous gun dealers - of the same ilk targeted by Bloomberg's lawsuits - from prosecution by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives. ..." ...
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KABA Note: If there is "just plain smoking-gun evidence" against these dealers, why hasn't Mayor Mike turned it over to the Feds? Perhaps he is afraid that 'his' evidence would show multiple felonies and RICO style crimes committed by him and his cronies?
 

IN: Protect gun rights and the citizens
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Picnic basket full of goodies. Check."

"Blanket. Check."

"Bug spray. Check."

"Handgun. Check."

"The thought of park visitors packing heat among the picnickers will surely be alarming to those who favor strong gun control measures. And for the NRA and its devoted followers, this reinforces their constitutional right to bear arms. (Although we doubt the Founding Fathers had state parks in mind when drafting the Second Amendment.)" ...
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Submitter's Note: And I doubt that that Founding Fathers had printing presses capable of putting out hundreds of pages per minute, radio, television and the internet 'in mind' when they wrote the First Amendment. What's your point?
 

PA: Philadelphians Calling For Stricter Guns Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Philadelphia's gun violence is prompting a rally in Harrisburg Tuesday. Hundreds are expected to attend to demand tougher gun laws." ...

"Limiting hand guns sales to one a month, banning military assault type weapons, and requiring owners of guns that are lost or stolen to report them within 24 hours, is just a small list of a long list of a bill before the Pennsylvania legislator."

"There is a special meeting session Tuesday to discuss hand gun control." ...

"From the pistol range, where legally-owned guns are used in a legal way to the mean streets of Philadelphia where illegal guns are to often used in illegal acts, hand guns are the targets of Philadelphia-based state lawmakers in Harrisburg." ...
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Submitter's Note: The antis are being unusually frank this week. In Maryland they have started pressing to ban all long guns, and here they admit they want to 'regulate' (i.e. incrementally ban) all handguns, even the 'legal' ones.
 

CA: Toy guns could be a deadly game
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Toy guns have long been a fascination of young children as they play in their backyards pretending to be in imaginary places."

"Most of the time these imaginary escapades are harmless. But as recent technology and our society has progressed, so has the realness of the toy guns our children play with."

"I remember as a little child having a cap gun that made popping sounds. I also remembered the cap gun as being small and a different color besides black. Most of them were orange or an attractive color."

"Today, this type of toy is getting harder to find, but very real looking gun replica pistols or rifles have taken its place and are available at any toy store." ...
 

NY: Critics Question Mayor's High-Profile Anti-Gun Effort
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"As Mayor Bloomberg gets ready to head to out on another trip to lobby for stricter guns laws, this time to Pennsylvania, some are questioning whether his crusade against gun dealers is going to have to a real effect on curbing the number of illegal guns that end up on city streets." ...
 

IN: A picnic and a gun
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Brace yourselves, it looks as though this week the National Rifle Association (NRA) has won another victory in the state of Indiana. People are now allowed to bring their handguns with them in state parks. 'Pack a picnic—or a gun,' said the headline of the Indianapolis Star. I am so disturbed by this, but I am also really not suprised."

"Why are we, as Americans, so attached to our right to bear arms? Why do we love our guns so much in this country? Why do we want to be able to carry them around with us everywhere we go? Doesn’t this just increase the temptation to use them, or increase the frequency of accidentally shooting one off?"
 

PA: Pennsylvania Statewide Rally & Call for Legislative Action on Handgun Violence
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"WHAT: Statewide Rally & Call for Legislative Action on Handgun Violence"

"WHERE: State Capitol building - Harrisburg, Pa."

"WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 26"

"WHO: THE PENNSYLVANIA COALITION TO END HANDGUN VIOLENCE is an ad-hoc group of organizations from SE Pennsylvania and other communities around the state that has come together to push for solutions to gun violence in our communities. Our members, whose numbers continue to grow, are listed below in alphabetical order."

"While there are varying ideas within the Coalition about approaches to solving the handgun violence problem, all members agree that Pennsylvania lawmakers should pursue three broad goals. We urge them to:"

"-- STOP the flow of illegal handguns now" ...
 

TX: Police: Student In Custody After Allegedly Bringing Gun To School
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A student said to be suicidal was taken into custody near his home after he is believed to have brought a gun to Azle High School early Monday afternoon, police said."

"Police launched a search for the 15-year-old sophomore student by ground and air, Azle Police Chief Steve Meyers said."

"The student told a friend he was going to kill himself and that he had a rifle, Meyers said."

"The student was found ... He did not have a weapon with him, but told police that he had the gun in his backpack and threw it down in the woods somewhere near the school."

"The first order of business is to get the teen the help he needs, possibly counseling, Meyers said."

"It is not known whether he has any charges pending."
 

Canada: Gun scare false alarm
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There were some tense moments at Eldorado elementary school and Drayton Christian school last Wednesday after RCMP received a report that a man with a gun had been seen in the area."

"At around 11:15 a.m. Drayton Valley RCMP received a complaint that a man wearing a green and black trench coat carrying a rifle was seen in the back alley near the elementary school."

"The caller had lost sight of the man but told police he last been seen near the school."

"Drayton Valley RCMP immediately contacted the school and sent a patrol to the area. Once contacted the school enacted their short-term plan." ...
 

PA: House prepares for forum on anti-crime legislation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The state House of Representatives will begin vetting more than 90 bills intended to fight crime - from restricting gun purchases to spending state money on local police officers - during an unusual 'committee of the whole' meeting on Tuesday."

"The House will take informal votes on each bill to determine which proposals merit further consideration ... But it is unclear whether any anti-crime bills that emerge as the favorites will pass ..."

"While Democrats representing Philadelphia and other cities are particularly interested in debating gun control legislation, House Majority Leader Sam Smith, R-Jefferson, said measures such as improving police enforcement and toughening penalties for weapons crimes are better short-term solutions." ...
 

IN: Capitol security plan lets some stay armed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When new metal detectors go up in the Indiana Statehouse next year, ordinary citizens will have to check their guns at the door, but lawmakers will be allowed to keep taking theirs to work."

"'We have made accommodations for those that are legally licensed to carry a handgun who are members of the judiciary, legislators and law enforcement,' said state Sen. Thomas J. Wyss, R-Fort Wayne, who has been part of the group that has been meeting during the past year to develop new security rules."

"Lawmakers and judges who want to carry their guns will have to register with the Indiana State Police, Wyss said, so officers know where the guns are inside the building." ...
 

PA: Tougher gun law is a long shot
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The number one demand of local anti-violence activists - who plan to rally in Harrisburg tomorrow while the state House of Representatives holds a special session on violence - is tougher gun laws."

"But, according to experts and legislators, tomorrow's session is unlikely to do much on guns."

"'I think until the composition of the Legislature changes you're not going to get the kind of gun control legislation that those who live in urban centers think is necessary,' said Jon Delano, a political analyst at Carnegie Mellon University."

"The session - known as a Committee of the Whole House - is a meeting for the legislators to discuss potential bills and take unofficial tallies to gauge support." ...
 

OH: DDN readers respond to articles about candidates and guns (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Dayton Daily News has published three letters to the editor written in response to a recent series of articles by DDN writer Laura Bischoff, who had the opportunity this summer to shoot clay targets and discuss gun issues with both major Ohio gubernatorial candidates."

"The first letter was written by Buckeye Firearms Association volunteer Larry S. Moore, who co-wrote an article on this website addressing many of the same points as his letter to the editor."

"The second article, written by Toby Hoover, executive director at what seems to be the one-woman show known as the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence." ...
 

OH: Roundtable chat with Democrat Ted Strickland on firearms (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As reported last week, the US Sportsmen Alliance (USSA) Tenth Annual Ohio Rally and Banquet on September 16 featured both Ted Strickland and Ken Blackwell as speakers."

"There have been various media reports about the speeches. The USSA invited the Outdoor Writers of Ohio to conduct press interviews with both Mr. Strickland and Mr. Blackwell. The press conference was limited to only members of the Outdoor Writers of Ohio. The press conferences lasted approximately thirty minutes each."

"The following are comments from the roundtable with Congressman Ted Strickland." ...
 

NJ: Irvington, NJ Cop Accused of Stealing Evidence
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"Essex County, NJ prosecutor Paula Dow says a veteran Irvington police officer's 'stupidity' led to his arrest."

"Officer Frederick Southerland is accused of stealing evidence that authorities say they found in a personal storage unit that he neglected to pay rent on. He was arrested Friday night at the Irvington police station after being called in from patrol." ...

"Authorities say they found bags of evidence marked as narcotics, handguns, and case files at the storage unit he rented in Union County."

"The items were discovered when someone purchased them, sight unseen, at an open auction after Southerland failed to pay the unit's fees." ...
 

MI: Police officer charged in death of 4-year-old boy
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A Detroit police officer has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and second-degree child abuse for the death of a 4-year-old boy.

Louis Anderson faces a maximum 15 year sentence in the death of Kenneth Thomas. The child abuse charge carries a maximum sentence of four years.

Anderson was babysitting Thomas and his three children at his Detroit home on August tenth when the boy found a semiautomatic Glock pistol under a bed that discharged. The gun had been issued to Anderson by the Detroit Police Department.

Anderson was arraigned Monday and released on a $50,000 personal bond.

A preliminary examination was set for Oct. 24. Anderson has been suspended with pay.
 

Canada: Court rules Alberta Mountie who shot prisoner not exempt from jail sentence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In a case that turned into a debate over the validity of constitutional exemptions, the Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled that a police officer who shot a man to death during a struggle in an RCMP jail cell should go to prison after all."

"In the decision released Monday, the Appeal Court said former constable Mike Ferguson should serve the minimum four-year sentence for manslaughter with a firearm."

"... Ferguson received a conditional sentence of two years less a day, to be served in the community. Justice Ged Hawco of Court of Queen's Bench ruled that jailing Ferguson would amount to cruel and unusual punishment, which is prohibited by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, so he should be exempt from the mandatory minimum." ...
 

India: Lawkeepers turn robbers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gold was looted from Allahabad-based traders in Lucknow recently. Guess who hatched the plot to loot them? The city's policemen."

"Two of them, Brijraj Yadav and Santosh Singh, are sub-inspectors deployed in the Chief Minister's residence. Two others are Sushil Pachauri and Alok Singh, both constables with the Lucknow special operation group (SOG). The fifth is Santosh Tiwari, a suspended constable with the Special Task Force."

"The conspiracy was unravelled after the victims, who were abducted before they were looted, identified the constables."

"On Sunday, Pachauri and Alok surrendered before the a senior officer and spilled the beans. The police also seized the service pistols of Pachauri and Alok." ...
 

South Africa: Woman shot dead in family feud
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police in Mopani are investigating a case of murder following an incident that took place at Bolobedu settlement last Saturday evening at about 19:00."

"... a police officer, Insp Leonard Malematja (42), was in the company of his wife when the incident occurred."

"They were sitting in the bedroom. ... an argument ensued between the two. The statement indicates that the man was accusing the woman of having an affair with another man. The statement further indicates that, during the argument, the man allegedly produced a service pistol and shot the deceased in the forehead. She died instantly. The man later turned the weapon on himself, shooting himself in the head. He was seriously wounded. ..." ...
 

MT: New shooting range set to open near Lewistown
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A new public shooting range financed with donations plus grants from the state wildlife agency and the National Rifle Association is set to open near here next month."

"The $800,000 Central Montana Shooting Complex on 160 acres northeast of Lewistown will be a place for people with pistols, rifles and shotguns to shoot at targets of paper, steel and clay."

"'We hope for the local people it will be another entertainment venue,' said Dale Pfau, who is in the sporting goods business and is the range's president. 'We just need more things for families to do.'"

"About 135 charters memberships were sold for $500 to $5,000. Family memberships are being offered for $20 a year." ...
 

MI: Lapeer sheriff selling off assault weapons to buy new guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Lapeer County sheriff is selling off his stock of aging military-style automatic rifles to raise money for new weapons and body armor for his deputies."

"Collectors prize the decades-old AR-15s, which can bring $12,000 to $18,000 apiece."

"'I was clearly amazed at the value of the guns,' County Administrator John Biscoe said. 'It's an opportunity to bring revenue back from the sale of items that are sitting there and not going to be used.'"

"The sheriff's department bought the weapons with grants in the 1970s for about $300 each. They are similar to the widely used M-16 military rifle." ...
 

WI: Walworth County crack shots harken back to days of cowboys
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Clad in a black hat, two holsters and a shotgun belt, Ben 'Bendito' Nisch casts a gimlet eye at the silhouetted desperados outside the Bella Union tavern."

"With a swift move, his twin .32-caliber six guns clear their holsters and spit lead."

"Steel targets ring like bells as Bendito lands nine out of 10 shots before switching to his trusty rifle, Champ, to score five more hits on targets farther out."

"Two closer targets are dropped with two blasts of a shotgun."

"All within 20 seconds."

"Ben and his father, Sharon Police Chief Wolfgang 'Lawman Wolf' Nisch, participate in a sport called cowboy action shooting. ..."

"This is Ben's first year in the Buckaroo (age 12 to 14) class." ...
 

IN: Let It Out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I guess Indiana has become so dangerous that even the state parks aren't safe to walk in without a pistol on your belt. What's next, Sunday school?" [link added]

"As if lifetime gun permits aren't bad enough, now we're going to have pistol-packing picnickers in our state parks. I wonder how long it will be before a cookout turns into a shootout."

"I hate guns." ...
 

CA: Disposing of discarded guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Their names were not taken, but their guns were."

"In August, a man ... handed over a .22-caliber pistol to be destroyed. In February, another man walked into the Central Avenue station palming an unloaded firearm."

"The guns now reside alongside another 40 weapons ... They await a lethal injection into hot, molten steel to be melted." ...

"The department is searching for a place to accomplish the task inexpensively or even for free because there simply isn't money in the budget to melt guns ..." ...

"Korwin said it makes more sense for those who wish to dispose of their guns to take them to a licensed dealer. They can be sold to law-abiding, federally background-checked people. ..." ...
 

SC: Uninformed opinions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Concerning the Herald-Journal's Newspapers in Education article 'The Constitution' in the Sept. 18 edition, it pretends to educate on gun ownership rights but misleads toward preordained conclusions."

"The example illustrating 'violence involving guns' is the 16-year-old who killed 10 people at a high school. The weapons he used were stolen from his grandfather, a police officer. How would gun control have changed that? He opened fire as he entered the school, killing an unarmed security guard. If that security guard had possessed a gun, there might be only two people dead. How could metal detectors, security guards and drills protect anyone if no one has the means of stopping a gun? (Use the detector as a club?)" ...
 

Canada: Gun amnesty declared for October
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Albertans with illegal or unwanted firearms will have all next month to turn them over to the police without fear of facing criminal charges."

"In an effort to get unwanted guns off the street, the Alberta government has declared October gun amnesty month, which gives owners of illegal, unlicensed or unwanted long guns and pistols the chance to dispose of them."

"Albertans are also encouraged to turn over unwanted replica or imitation firearms, or pellet guns as these could potentially be used by someone to commit a crime. Other dangerous weapons such as pepper spray and knives will also be accepted." ...
 

Canada: Gun Threat Prompts Closures At Canadian Border
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"Four Canadian border crossings were shut down Sunday as about 60 of Canada's unarmed border guards walked off the job after they were warned that a person classified as 'armed and dangerous' may be headed into Canada."

"The walkouts [are] permitted when the guards perceive threats to their personal safety ..." ...

"In August, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Canada's border guards will be armed starting in September 2007."

"Harper said it would take 10 years to fully implement the plan. The government will have at least 150 officers with sidearms deployed by the end of March 2008, Harper said at a news conference at one of the border crossings south of Vancouver, British Columbia."
 

Canada: Guns wanted (another view)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Every gun taken off the streets means one less opportunity for criminals to get their hands on a deadly weapon, say justice officials unveiling an Alberta-wide firearm amnesty program today."

"For the month of October, people wanting to get rid of unregistered, unlicenced or prohibited firearms and ammunition can turn them in to police without penalty."

"No charges will be laid provided the weapons have not been stolen or used during a criminal offence."

"Police Chief Jack Beaton said the recent shooting rampage by Kimveer Gill at Dawson College ... underscores the need to try to get guns off the streets." ...
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Submitter's Note: Um, Chief? Whatcha smokin'? Mr. Gill passed all his background checks and got his guns legitimately, not "on the streets".
 

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