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Who Can We Trust With Guns? Who Can We Trust With Freedom?
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"Is it not a sad reality that some things are broken and cannot be repaired? Are the fields of psychology/psychiatry truly that advanced that we can guarantee outcomes, including that discharged 'patients' won't go off their meds (assuming the drugs themselves don't contribute to an unhinged mind)?"
 

How The Repeal of All Gun Laws Will Free America Part 3
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"I wrote in Parts I and II that the repeal of all gun laws will: a) unwind many of the seemingly unrelated frauds and boondoggles which tyrannize all taxpayers, gun owner or not, and; b) will restore Independence from our public servants by a continual reminder of how little they are really needed, especially for anti-violence-based programs."

"The armed citizen fights tyranny not with a gun directly, but directly impeaches the need for programs which, themselves, tyrannize taxpayers as if they were needed. People are sold on the necessity for many costly programs because gun control has left a void of meeting crime head-on by America's fist line of defense, the target." ...
 

New gun show study re-warms emotion to push anti-gun agenda
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A new study from perennial anti-gunner Garen Wintemute, MD titled Inside Gun Shows: What Goes on When Everybody Thinks Nobody's Looking, may have a short shelf-life after Wintemute acknowledged to a reporter for a Fox News affiliate in Sacramento that the data isn't there to support what amounts to personal opinion and insinuation." ...

"... Wintemute responded, 'It's just as a matter of logic that private party sales are more likely to result in criminal use of firearms, but it's an inference at this point.'" ...
 

More evidence why Blacks should be against gun control
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Federal Bureau of Investigation statistics show that in states with more gun control, Blacks are hindered from defending their lives, while Whites are not."

"After extracting civilian justifiable homicide data from the FBI Supplement Homicide reports for 2000-2007, there are clear inequities between Blacks and Whites in states which restrict the right of self-defense by not granting concealed carry permits to law-abiding citizens. Conversely, in right-to-carry (RTC) states–where law-abiding civilians carry concealed handguns in public–Blacks experienced above-average rates of justifiable homicide." ...
 

No need to demonize those who bear arms
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"In response to Fedela Vincent (letter, Sept. 1):"

"It is continually disheartening to see citizens quote the Constitution without knowing how the courts have interpreted it, either recently or historically."

"First, Ms. Vincent incorrectly asserts that the 'states rights' interpretation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution is correct. It is not, as recent decisions in the D.C. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court have clearly stated that the 'individual rights' interpretation is the correct intention of the framers. So, the gentleman in the coffee shop has every right to wear a firearm on his person, without a permit, as long as it is exposed." ...
 

Carrying a gun legally is a constitutional right
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Louis Worby's Monday letter, 'Questioning 'rights' to guns in public setting,' seems to suggest that he fears people walking around with guns. I would like to remind him that these people that walk around with guns at health-care meetings may want to do so to protect not only themselves and family members, but the public at large, as well from any possible threat from someone bent on a mass shooting spree as evidenced several times in this country by some lunatic with an agenda of his own. I also suggest that these people just might be carrying them since they are permitted to by the Constitution."

"Mr. Worby might want to look at the Second Amendment and study it, as have many of the legal giants in the Supreme Court. ..." ...
 

Firearms Fundamentals: terminology
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"One of the most daunting things for a new gun owner is dealing with the terminology. Below is a list of some of the more common terms and what they mean. This is obviously not all inclusive, and mostly just covers the basics."

"Action: The group of moving parts for loading, unloading, and firing a gun."

"Automatic: A gun that fires many times rapidly while the trigger is held down. A 'machine gun.'"

"Barrel: A metal tube through which the bullet travels to leave the gun."

"Bore: The inside of the barrel." ...
 

BOHICA
Submitted by: concerned american
Website: http://westernrifleshooters.blogspot.com

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... "Think about the political opportunities created for the Resistance by the upcoming enhanced Federal, state, and local tax enforcement efforts."

"From a tactical perspective, that's just another group of government lickspittles volunteering to receive grassroots political instruction at both work and home."

"From a strategic perspective, think about the compelling nature of this recruiting message, to be delivered by American freedom fighters sometime in the near future." ...
 

Something Just Doesn't Feel Quite Right
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Before Barack Obama became president, back on the campaign trail, there were at least two publicized incidents where the Secret Service's protection detail raised doubts about their zeal to protect Obama."

"I thought, after the election, they will get their shit together ... Not so, when a man can wear a loaded weapon near the President."

"I'm a second amendment person, a Member of NRA, have a state permit to carry. But I would not consider carrying a firearm anywhere near any kind of crowd, let alone when the Commander–in–Chief is appearing. Doesn't feel right that the Secret Service doesn't come down on them. Something doesn't feel quite right about these incidents and the coverage given them by the MSM." ...
 

Senseless Loss of Life at Clark-Atlanta
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The last thing a parent should have to worry about is whether their child will be in harm’s way. The family of 19-year old Spelman College student Jasmine Lynn received the awful news that she had become yet another victim senseless of gun violence."

"Lynn, a Kansas City, Missouri native and a sophomore at nearby Spelman College, was shot in the chest as she walked across the Clark-Atlanta University campus, an innocent victim of a dispute taking place nearby. All Americans should mourn the loss of this young woman and pray that this incident will be a spark that ignites widespread outrage, especially among Black Americans over the toll that guns are taking on their community." ...
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Submitter's Note: It is already a felony to carry a gun on campus in Georgia, does this yutz think it should be a double-plus ungood-felony or something?
 

CA: Gun Control in San Mateo County
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"In light of the eye-opening event that occurred on Skyline College campus on Wednesday September 2, 2009, a hankering for knowledge and my own curiosities lead me to question the State of California’s laws on firearm possession and assault weapons and how easily they can be accessed by the general public."

"I understand [the] Second Amendment states ... but at this point in time, I feel that our government should be instituting new laws that prohibit people who possess assault weapons and wish to sell or trade them - from doing so to the general public, or at least an amendment that will prohibit their sale online." ...
 

TX: Police: 2 teens killed trying to break into home
Submitted by: Hugh Green

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"A resident shot and killed two teenagers and wounded a third when they tried breaking into the person's home early Friday, police said."

"Three of the four male teenagers who tried breaking into the home were armed, one with a handgun and two with pellet guns that looked like handguns, San Marcos Police Chief Howard Williams said."

"One of the three men who lived at the home opened fire on the teens, killing two 16-year-olds and wounding another suspect. A 17-year-old suspect fled the scene but was captured and arrested after returning to the scene to check on his friends, police said." ...
 

MO: Suspected meat thief charged after being shot by bystander
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Here’s the score from an Independence shoplifting case that involved a bag of meat, a wild ride atop a car’s hood and a gunshot wound:"

"• The alleged shoplifter, Loucinda M. Carroll, 41, of Independence, has been charged with second-degree robbery."

"• The store’s manager, who was struck by Carroll’s car, landed on its hood and held on during an attempted getaway, was unharmed."

"• And the bystander who shot Carroll will not be charged because he felt he and the manager were being threatened, authorities say. Carroll suffered non-life-threatening injuries." ...
 

OH: Robbery, standoff end with 2 men dead
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Bradley Fugate said he had just opened the front and back doors to let some cool air into his ... home Monday, Aug. 31, when two men came in the back door and put guns to his head." ...

"'I didn't know who they were, and they kept asking 'Where's the money?' Fugate said. 'My brother, we kept trying to talk in circles to keep them calm. ...'"

"... Danny L. Brown, 30, pushed Fugate's niece down onto a bed while rummaging through a safe in the bedroom ..."

"'That was enough for me and it allowed me to get my gun from where I keep it in the bed and I raised up and fired,' Fugate said. 'We got into the kitchen and he turned around and raised his gun up at me. That's when I shot him in the head. It was a fatal shot.'" ...
 

TX: Robbery suspect killed in Houston card room gun battle
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A suspected robber was killed and another man was injured in a gun battle after three masked gunmen ambushed a card game in southwest Houston on Thursday ..."

"Around 2 a.m., witnesses said the masked men waited for someone to leave the game, which was held inside an unmarked office park unit behind a shopping center."

"The gunmen burst in through the open door and began robbing patrons, one of whom pulled his own pistol, said Sgt. Juan M. De La Cruz, a Houston homicide detective. A gunfight ensued."

"One suspect was killed and one of the patrons suffered a non-life threatening wound and was taken to a nearby hospital. Police, who found multiple 9-millimeter shell casings at the scene, say the other two suspects fled." ...
 

AZ: Armed homeowner holds youth suspected of burglary try
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A Chandler homeowner, armed with a gun, took one of two juveniles into custody after they broke into his home."

"The homeowner's 13-year-old son was the only person at the house ... when two juveniles knocked on his front door on Monday."

"The boy did not open the front door. The juveniles forced their way through the back door ... The boy ran to a neighbor's home, and his neighbors called police."

"The boy's father got home before authorities arrived, grabbed his gun and took one of the juveniles into custody."

"Police apprehended the second juvenile when he jumped from the second story and attempted to flee from the home." ...
 

TX: Texas Resident Shot and Killed 2 Teenagers During Home Invasion (another view)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

Police in Texas say a group of teenagers were trying to break into a home when a resident opened fire and killed two of the youths.

San Marcos Police Chief Howard Williams says the shootings happened shortly before 2 a.m. Friday. He says two 16-year-olds died and a third teenager was seriously wounded.

Another teen was unharmed and arrested in the shootings that were about 30 miles south of Austin.

Authorities declined to release the teenagers' identities but say the two killed were from Luling, about 20 miles from San Marcos.

Williams says police responded to a call of a home invasion and shots fired.

Authorities say the three people who were home at the time were not injured.
 

Go ahead, make my high holiday
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"It's high noon for the high holidays."

"Fearing jihadists will attack synagogues during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, a group of badass rabbis has developed a program to turn your average shul-goer into a lean, mean fighting machine." ...
 

Facing the unthinkable
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"One of the comments left on this column wondered what kind of people walk around thinking about 'which weapon will most adequately dispose of another human life in case someone might threaten them'. I can answer that. It is the kind of person who plans for the unexpected. If you get a flat tire, it is no big deal because you carry a spare tire in the car. ... Carrying a gun is another point on that same continuum of being prepared to be responsible for your own safety and well-being, and that of your family. If you are accosted on the street, or caught up with several others in a convenience store robbery, being able to defend yourself and others is very important. Time is not rewindable - you have to plan ahead." ...
 

CA: Tea Party rally draws 3,000 - Congressman Issa surprises crowd
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Oceanside California couldn’t have been any more picturesque a warm breeze, serene sunset and a ruckus-Patriot crowd fired-up let Washington D.C. know what's really on their mind."

"Local-legend, radio talk show host Rick Roberts got the party started with the Pledge of Allegiance. 'One more time,' the crowd chanted. So they said it again - this time louder." ...

"Another gubernatorial candidate, Chalene Nightingale was asked to make a short speech. Nightingale who is a political rookie revved up the crowd with Patriot red-meat topics like; the President’s address to the school kids, Second Amendment rights, the White House using the National Endowment of the Arts for propaganda and illegal immigration." ...
 

CA: Looser CCW issuance policy supported by Supes
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Citizens unhappy with Sheriff Jeff Neves over permits to carry concealed weapons took their complaints to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors last week. They asked for a resolution that would put pressure on the sheriff to ease restrictions that they say have made it more difficult to obtain such permits."

"Supervisors voted unanimously to pass a resolution of support but stopped short of accepting all of the wording in the proposal."

"District 2 Supervisor Ray Nutting put the issue on the agenda after 'receiving numerous complaints ... objecting to the Sheriff's Office change in policy making concealed carry (CCW) licenses more restrictive and harder to obtain,' Nutting said in a prepared statement Wednesday." ...
 

Rifqa Bary: 'The cops will protect you!'
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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... "The Orlando Sentinel reports that Rifqa Bary will stay in foster care for a little while longer, at the very least. The article is a good piece of journalism, reporting the facts, and actions of the main players in the courtroom drama. But the next-to-last paragraph is chilling:"
"'In Columbus, [Ohio] Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Ron O'Brien wrote a letter Wednesday, saying law enforcement officials there are capable of protecting children and will take action to protect Rifqa, if necessary.'"
"Apparently, Counselor O’Brien isn't familiar with the Gonzales family." ...
 

So, let me ask you something. Do YOU think the ATF is worth 1.1 BILLION taxpayer dollars per year? They do.
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A tip of the boonie hat and my thanks to BPWZ for forwarding this link to the ATF's Congressional Budget Submission for Fiscal Year 2010. Dated May 2009, it asks for a total of $1,120,772,000.00, of which $1,114,772,000.00 is 'Direct Salaries and Expenses.' Well paid jack-booted thugs, ain't they?"

"They also ask for $616,000.00 as part of Operation Gunrunner 'to purchase armored vehicles and tracking devices to ensure the safety of ATF personnel.'" ...
 

AR: Cop shoots fire chief in Ark. court over tickets
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"It was just too much, having to return to court twice on the same day to contest yet another traffic ticket, and Fire Chief Don Payne didn't hesitate to tell the judge what he thought of the police and their speed traps."

"The response from cops? They shot him. Right there in court." ...

"'You can't even get them to answer a call because normally they're writing tickets,' said Thomas Martin, chief investigator for the Crittenden County Sheriff's Office. ..." ..

"Now the police chief has disbanded his force ... a judge has voided all outstanding police-issued citations and sheriff's deputies are asking where all the money from the tickets went. ..." ...

"... an argument between Payne and the seven police officers who attended the hearing apparently escalated to a scuffle, ending when an officer shot Payne from behind." ...
 

KS: Cop cops plea for e-mailing nude pics to woman he arrested
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"When Calvin Schaffer pinned on his police officer's badge on February 27, 2009, he wasn't planning on getting himself hauled into federal court for e-mailing nude pictures of himself to a woman he pulled over in a traffic stop. But that's exactly what happened, and Schaffer yesterday pleaded guilty in a Kansas court to a case that eventually involved even the FBI." ...

"Back in February, Schaffer pulled a woman over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. According to the federal indictment, he then 'offered assistance in connection with his official duties to a person he had previously arrested to seek dismissal of her criminal charges in exchange for a sexual relationship.'*" ...
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*Translation for those of you unfamiliar with Bureaucratese: "Let me rape you and this will go away".
 

LA: Ex-officer gets more than 6 years in child porn case
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A former lieutenant with the Baton Rouge Police Department was sentenced to a federal prison term of more than six years Thursday for distribution of child pornography."

"Paul G. Ruiz, 50, of Denham Springs, pleaded guilty to the charge last year. He was arrested after sending a sexually explicit photo of a child younger than 12 via the Internet to an Oklahoma FBI agent who had posed as someone with an interest in child pornography."

"Ruiz served 26 years with the Police Department before the incident ended his career."

"'He did hold that privileged position, and he did abuse it,' U.S. District Judge Ralph E. Tyson said before sentencing Ruiz to 78 months in prison and 10 years of post-prison supervision. ..." ...
 

KY: Former soldier to be sentenced in rape, murders
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A former soldier is scheduled to be sentenced to life in prison without parole for the rape and murder of an Iraqi teenager and the shooting deaths of three of her family members."

U.S. District Judge Thomas B. Russell is expected to hand down the automatic life sentence to former Pfc. Steven Dale Green, 24, of Midland, Texas, on Friday."

"A civilian jury convicted Green in May of rape and multiple counts of murder for the deaths of the al-Janabi family ... The panel couldn't reach a unanimous decision about whether Green should get a death sentence, automatically making Green's sentence life in prison without parole."
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Submitter's Note: Scum like this tarnish the good name of all honorable servicemembers.
 

AR: Police shoot fire chief in Arkansas courtroom
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The tension between the residents and rogue police force of Jericho Arkansas came to a violent head last Friday when police shot the town's unarmed Fire Chief inside a courtroom as he complained about the constant and unrelenting harrassment by the police to a judge. Don Payne was complaining to the judge after receiving speeding tickets and being harrassed by local police. Apparently his complaint led to a heated argument with the town's seven police officers, all present in the court, and ended with Payne being shot in the back by one of the rogue officers after a brief scuffle. To reiterate: Payne was unarmed and heavily outnumbered at the time of the shooting." ...
 

NY: NY's Nassau County to hold 3rd gun buyback
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"Nassau County officials say they'll host a third gun buyback day and are hoping for a three-peat."

"County Executive Thomas Suozzi (SWAH'-zee) told reporters on Thursday that it's an effective way to decrease violent crime. The next gun buyback day will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12, at two local churches."

"Individuals will receive $200 for each unlicensed handgun in working condition they turn in, no questions asked." ...
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KABA Note: I don't suppose Tom offerred any evidence to back up his assertion about crim reduction?
 

WV: Coal, Guns, and Rock and Roll
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"He's perhaps the most conspicuous face and voice on the front of the modern day Second Amendment defense team. Monday, the Motor City Madman will arrive in West Virginia to deliver his own special brand of logic to the Labor Day gathering and concert in Logan County."

"Ted Nugent will emcee an event that has grown to well over 100-thousand fans in what organizers call a solid protest of the current attitude in Washington toward the nation's coal industry." ...

"Nugent is never one to hold back on an opinion, and won't likely start Monday as he addresses what could be the largest crowd to ever assemble for any event in West Virginia history." ...
 

OH: Brady Campaign's Paul Helmke coming to Columbus to honor two anti-gun politicians
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"We haven't found it on anywhere the Internet, including the Brady bunch or Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence (OCAGV) website, but Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's office has confirmed the accuracy of the following email invitation, which was forwarded to us by a supporter:"
"Please join me, and Virginia Tech survivor Colin Goddard, as we present the Life Award to Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and the Columbus City Council President Michael Mentel for their work on the prevention of gun violence in the city of Columbus." ...
 

LA: Ammo and outdoor supplies tax holiday
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Hunters in Louisiana get a tax break today through the weekend. It's the inaugural Louisiana Second Amendment Weekend Sales Tax Holiday."

"The three-day tax-free shopping program focuses on firearms, ammunition and other outdoors equipment."

"All those items are free of both state and local sales taxes. It's a first-of-its-kind event."

"'The state's never done anything like this where it's both state- and parish-tax exempt, so the savings for the consumer is fantastic,' says Paul Claxton, at Cabela's Sporting Goods in Gonzales." ...
 

AZ: Guns to be allowed in some Ariz. bars
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"'No Firearms' signs are going up at bars and restaurants near the ASU Tempe campus as businesses prepare for a new state law allowing licensed gun carriers to bring concealed weapons inside." ...

"Restaurants and bars can prohibit weapons in their establishments if they post a 6- by-9-inch 'No Firearms' sign next to their liquor license, said Lee Hill, communications director for the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control."

"Hill said it will be interesting to see how the new law is executed."

"'This is one of those laws that you have to see how it plays because there’s really no way to know how a concealed weapon is going to be recognized,' Hill said." ...
 

LA: Holiday for Guns Gives Louisiana Hunters Break on Sales Taxes
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Louisiana hunters, just in time for dove season tomorrow, can save almost 10 percent on purchases of rifles, shotguns, handguns, ammunition and just about every hunting accessory except dogs."

"The savings are courtesy of the state’s first-ever Second Amendment Weekend Sales Tax Holiday. Lawmakers approved the tax break for Louisiana’s 270,000 hunters over three days, starting today. The passage in the U.S. Constitution protects the right to keep and bear arms."

"The weekend promises to drive business to big sporting goods retailers such as Sidney, Nebraska-based Cabela’s Inc., Academy Sports & Outdoors Inc., which promotes the holiday on its Web site, and gun shops." ...
 

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