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Bureau of Prisons explains Fincher denial day after wife's burial
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "... The absolutely nonviolent 'nature' of his 'offense' was defiance of their unconstitutional rules--and that is something they will not tolerate--no matter how well behaved their captive has been, and even if he is scheduled to be released in less than a year." ...
 

'Gunwalking' for stricter gun regulation, not a conspiracy theory
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "In other words, 'gunwalked' guns were being used as justification for more restrictive gun regulation and more aggressive enforcement. We have seen it before, with emails from BATFE Assistant Director for Field Operations Mark Chait to Special Agent William Newell (then Special Agent in Charge of the BATFE's Phoenix office, but has since been transferred to the BATFE Office of Management). Those emails praised Newell and 'Operation Fast and Furious' (the most famous of the 'Projects Gunwalker'), because the 'walked' guns could now be cited as a reason to implement the multiple rifle sale reporting requirement." ...
 

Should Bloomberg Blame Guns or Criminals for Labor Day Weekend Violence?
Submitted by: Opposing Views
Website: http://www.opposingviews.com

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"New York City mayor and outspoken gun critic Michael Bloomberg is blaming a rash of shootings in the city over the Labor Day weekend on the easy availability of firearms."

"But should he be blaming the criminals instead of the guns?" ...
 

Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership – Tip of the Pro Gun Movement Spear (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Since 1989 Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership has 'walked point' in the battle against 'gun control'."

"JPFO has gone where no other pro-gun rights organization has gone before. Only JPFO can truly get 'in the face' of the liberal Jews who have been at the forefront of the insinuation of 'gun control' into our lives. Why? It is simply ridiculous to label JPFO as 'anti-Semitic'."

"We need to introduce JPFO to more Americans, even if they are not gun owners. And even more so if they are Jewish." ...
 

U.S. Guns Sales Surge 15th Straight Month, Up 13.5%
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Shooting Sports Federation (NSSF) is the firearms industry lobby group that keeps track of everything gun business related. As you can see from the chart above, August firearms sales were up relative to any year over the last ten years. More specifically, 'The August 2011 NSSF-adjusted National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) figure of 815,858 is an increase of 13.5 percent over the NSSF-adjusted NICS figure of 718,971 in August 2010.' Make the jump to see the 2008 'Obama surge' that set the pace for 2011. If Americans re-elect The One in 2012, it’ll be chocks away for the U.S. gun and ammo biz. Again." ...
 

Freedom is Celebrated, But Not in the White House
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A fellow NRA member recently sent me a great video that is making the rounds on YouTube. It’s a short clip of a group of bloggers spending the day at a shooting range with Texas Governor Rick Perry (see it here). On its face, there is nothing terribly unusual or special about this. But to the millions of NRA members and patriotic Americans who have spent years fighting to protect and preserve our Second Amendment rights, this is a remarkable scene." ...
 

Bellevue v. Bloomberg: NYC shootings another gun control failure
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Labor Day weekend in New York City saw 46 people get shot, one of them fatally, and now the Bellevue-based Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms says the casualty count amounts to 'a pitiful demonstration of the abject failure of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun policies.'" ...
 

What Exactly is a Citizen's Arrest?
Submitted by: Opposing Views
Website: http://www.opposingviews.com

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"As Opposing Views reported on Tuesday, actor Anthony Michael Hall was placed under citizen's arrest in Los Angeles by a neighbor for disturbing the peace. The real police later charged and released him. We hear about it all the time, but what exactly is a citizen's arrest?" ...
 

Tip of the Day: A Gun is Not a Penis
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There’s a long tradition among those of the anti-gun rights bent of explaining the motives of anyone who owns a gun by claiming that they’re actually trying to show that their penis is bigger than everyone else’s. That, or their compensating for a lack of, um, substance in that area. Never mind that this explanation conspicuously excludes women gun owners. Gun grabbers seem to have a need to impugn the motives and mental health of anyone with whom they disagree in the basest terms. This pseudo-Freudian, phallo-centric theory of the popularity of guns is not only shallow and lazy, it also exposes those who resort to it as the narrow-minded demagogues they are…" ...
 

NYC Mayor Calls for Stricter Federal Gun Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With New York City seeing an increase in gun-related violence in recent weeks, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (left) is now calling for more stringent federal gun control laws to address the problem. The legislation Bloomberg is calling for is reported to be some of the strictest in the country." ...
 

Koch brothers compare Obama to Saddam Hussein, declare 2012 will be ‘war’
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Charles Koch opened the meeting by comparing president Obama to Saddam Hussein, and then asserted that the 2012 elections will be 'the mother of all wars.'"

"One of the biggest applause lines of the evening came from Fox News analyst and retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, who said that the second amendment was created to ensure 'the right to shoot at the government if it is taken over by tyrants.'"

"So, there you have it: Obama is a tyrant, and the constitution preserves our right to shoot at tyrannical governments. Nothing to see here."
 

NH: These four vetoes worth sustaining
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When the New Hampshire Senate convenes this afternoon to take up six of Gov. John Lynch’s vetoes, it will be taking action on several bills that we have editorialized about this session."

"As such, we want to reach out today to our Greater Nashua senators and urge them to sustain the governor’s vetoes of the following bills:" ...

"Deadly force: While voter ID has gotten much attention, it pales in comparison to the bare-knuckled battle being waged over SB 88, the controversial bill that would broaden the rights of residents to use deadly force to defend themselves in public." ...

 

200 Gun Murders Earn 4 ATF Transfers to Washington D.C.
Submitted by: Opposing Views
Website: http://www.opposingviews.com

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"In the tradition of the Weaver family murders and the Waco inferno, ATF has now brought us “Fast and Furious” with the highest body count to date: approximately 200. At the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), that merits transfers for the four managers involved." ...
 

‘Grenade case’ explodes and leaves many questions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"First it was the illegal movement of guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartels, and now the political bloodstains are spreading with the disclosure that federal prosecutors in Arizona, along with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives didn’t push charges against a suspect they believed was selling hand grenades to Mexican gangsters." ...
 

Subject for a Second Front on Gunwalker: The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Sunday I wrote this appeal for a 'Second Front' in the Gunwalker Scandal. Since then, folks have emailed me asking for specifics they can write their Congresscritters about."

"Back in May, I wrote this piece: 'Media & Congress Still Missing the Big Legal Point of the Gunwalker Scandal: it was a conspiracy to illegally export weapons to a foreign country.' This article explains in detail the ins and out of ITAR -- the International Traffic in Arms Regulations -- and how they were violated by the Gunwalker Plot of the Obama Administration."

"Yesterday, Kathleen Millar wrote this at the Foreign Policy Association blog: 'Melson out–Holder digs in: 1700+ violations of the Arms Export Control Act?' Ms. Millar explains:" ...
 

Fast and Furious update: And now…Project Grenadewalker?!; Plus: The Indiana story
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The truth is still seeping out, despite Team Obama’s best efforts to cover up and shut up the Fast and Furious whistle-blowers."

"Last week, we noted the latest evidence that the scandal went straight to the top and chronicled the desperate dance of the lemons. In discussing the quiet resignation of U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke in Phoenix, I talked with NRA News’s Cam Edwards about Burke’s transparent attempt at liability avoidance."

"Today, the WSJ spotlights the Phoenix USAO’s botched handling of an Arizona man accused of supplying grenades to a Mexican drug cartel. Business Insider provides a closer look (h/t William Amos):" ...
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Phoenix Fast and Furious Improvised Mexican Grenade Case Blows Up in DOJ's Face. Trying to deflect blame, DOJ blames agents.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Three hours ago the Wall street Journal ran this, a story that David and I were aware of for about a week but were asked not to mention. David will have his own story out tomorrow morning. Note that DOJ is still trying to cover up by blaming the agents. Note also that they are retaliating against Pete Forcelli."
"Grenades Case Hits Justice"

"Blunders After U.S. Arrest of Suspected Supplier Had a Part in High-Level Ousters" ...
 

It is time to open a second front on the Gunwalker Scandal. "Nothing concentrates the mind so wonderfully as the prospect of being hung in morning."
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Here's my first suggestion. Let's get the House Foreign Affairs Committee working on the foreign policy implications of the Obama administration violating ITAR, facilitating the smuggling of weapons and committing numerous acts of war against a sovereign country and its people. There are several GOP members on this committee who are already on record about this scandal. Let's make them put their money where their mouths are."

"Here's my second suggestion. Lamar Smith. From Texas, Smith is not only the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee but he sits on the House Homelands Security Committee. Both of these committees have the jurisdiction and the authority to pursue other avenues of this scandal ..." ...
 

Fast and Furious Scandal Rocks Obama DOJ
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I don’t believe we’ve seen a more corrupt, politicized and incompetent Department of Justice (DOJ) in modern political history than we have now under President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder. And I never thought I’d write those words after suffering eight years of Attorney General Janet Reno during the Clinton administration." ...
 

Federal LEO advocacy group charges retaliation for Gunwalker testimony
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"Project Bombwalker? Were grenade/IED components allowed to ‘walk’ to cartels?" ...
 

A look at the GOP's 2012 Presidential field from a gun rights perspective
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In 2008, there was much discussion about gun rights during the Republican Presidential primaries. Although there were a number of Republican candidates who had a strong pro-Second Amendment record, the party eventually settled on a candidate with an extremely spotty record on the Second Amendment (as well as other issues important to the conservative base)."

"The end result was that very little excitement could be found among the grassroots gun rights movement, which had been credited just two elections before of having tipped the vote in favor of then-Texas Governor George W. Bush (R) over then-Vice President Albert Gore Jr. (D). ..." ...
 

Governor Rick Perry an 'egotistical extremist?' I don’t think so!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yes, I must confess, I am on the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence's email list. There, I said it!"

";Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.'
Sun Tzu, Chinese general & military strategist (ca. 500 BC)"

"To my horror, amazement, shock and a wealth of other instantaneous emotions, I read the following email from the Brady Campaign that popped into my email inbox recently:" ...
 

Will You Vote for a Master Debater or Go With a 2nd Amendment Supporter?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The second, big GOP Presidential candidates debate will be held tomorrow evening, sponsored by NBC and Politico, from the Reagan Presidential Library in California. This will be the first debate with the participation of Texas Governor Rick Perry, the guy who’s announcement more-or-less stole the show at the recent Iowa Caucuses. While November 2012 is a long, long, long way off ... conventional wisdom suggests that the winner of the GOP primary will go on to face the incumbent, President Barack Hussein Obama, in the general election. As a public service to the TTAG Armed Intelligentsia, we thought it might be useful to look at the major candidates and the President, from a 'what’s their position on guns' point of view. ..." ...
 

AZ: Democrat hopes to turn his threat into fundraising opportunity
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Maybe Richard Leevey will become the biggest fundraiser for our party this year, or maybe his actions will be renounced. It is hard to tell these days just what both the Democratic and Republican parties will do."

"Last week Tucson City Council Ward 4 candidate Tyler Vogt received what appears to be a threatening email from a Richard Leevey of the Bay Area. In the email Leevey wrote, 'I want to publish the names and home address’s of these wonderful GOP candidates and gun raffle folks in the hopes someone spreads the same kinda love shown to Gabby Giffords.' The Vogt campaign filed a report with the Tucson Police Department." ...
 

MA: Boston Proposes to License Knife Sales Restricting Your Second Amendment Rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As we warned, this Thursday, September 8, 2011, the Public Safety Committee of the Boston City Council will be holding a hearing with the intention of licensing the sale of knives in the city of Boston."

"Below is the official stated purpose of the hearing:"

"That the appropriate committee of the Boston City Council hold a hearing to examine requiring the sale of knives to be licensed by the appropriate police agency that would monitor, regulate and license businesses selling knives. Representatives from the Boston Police Department, Inspectional Services Department, and other interested parties shall be invited to attend." ...
 

Damn! Judge Rules For State In Kachalsky v. Cacace
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Kachalsky v. Cacace was the second of the post-McDonald cases brought by Alan Gura and the Second Amendment Foundation. Originally filed in July 2010, it challenged the arbitrary nature of the issuance of handgun permits in New York State and the requirement to show good or 'proper cause'." ...


"UPDATE II: As Gray Peterson and Gene Hoffman reminded me by Twitter, Alan Gura lost both what was then Parker v. DC and McDonald v. Chicago at the District Court level as well as more recently Dearth v. Holder and Ezell v. Chicago. All four of those cases eventually became wins at the appellate level." ...
 

Focus on Justice Thomas
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Until recently, Justice Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court’s only black member, has been little noticed and often dismissed as an intellectual lightweight, a token appointee of President George H.W. Bush. In a rather abrupt change, both his stature and his ethics have come under scrutiny."

"As to his stature, while usually siding quietly with the conservative bloc, he now is seen as an influential leader of that group, bringing them along to extreme conservatism. Jeffrey Toobin, the New Yorker magazine’s legal analyst, made that point in as recent issue."

"He cites areas where the court has moved to the right: free speech rights of corporations, the rights of gun owners, and potentially, the powers of the federal government." ...
 

Federal Court: Traffic Stop Does Not Justify Home Entry
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A police officer has no right to pursue a minor traffic stop into a home, according to a ruling handed down Wednesday by the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. ..."

"Murray County Deputy Sheriff Craig A. Billings signaled seventeen-year-old Joshua Burchett, who was driving the car, to pull over. Burchett continued on for two blocks, parked in the driveway of his parents' three-bedroom home, ran inside and hid in the bathroom. ..."

"Billings began kicking the door, which woke the parents, Jose and Christina Mascorro. Jose Mascorro opened the door and Billings pointed a gun at his head ... When Christina Mascorro asked whether Billings had a warrant, she was blasted in the mouth with pepper spray. ..." ...
 

PA: Even a top cop concedes a right to video arrests - but the street tells a different story
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"TAMERA MEDLEY begged the police officer to stop slamming her head - over and over - into the hood of a police cruiser."

"Thinking they were helping, passers-by Shakir Riley and Melissa Hurling both turned their cellphone video cameras toward the melee ..." ...

"Riley had started to walk away when at least five baton-wielding cops followed him, he said, and they beat him, poured a soda on his face and stomped on his phone, destroying the video ..." ...

"Although it's legal to record Philadelphia police performing official duties in public, all three were charged with disorderly conduct and related offenses, and officers destroyed Hurling and Riley's cellphones, erasing any record of Medley's violent arrest ..." ...
 

OH: Lengthy chase ends in death of suspect -- Innocent motorist killed in collision
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"Two days of police efforts to capture a burglary and robbery suspect ended Saturday with the fatal shooting of the suspect ..." ...

"Brian Everett Lipp, 48, ... who had been chased by police Friday night in connection with a robbery of a Rite Aid near Point Place earlier in the week, was shot and killed by police ..." ...

"Earlier in the chase, Larry Collins, 64, of 2506 Shoreland Ave., in Washington Township, was killed in a head on crash with a police cruiser that had been chasing Lipp when he drove the wrong way onto I-75." ...

"Chief Navarre, questioned on whether the officers did the right thing in pursuing Lipp the wrong way on I-75, said the department would review its policies and procedures to determine whether any changes should be made." ...
 

UT: Volunteers help police Bluffdale, Saratoga Springs
Submitted by: repeal1968guncontrolact

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"When Saratoga Springs police officers agreed to patrol Bluffdale, Police Chief Gary Hicken committed to creating a program to allow residents to help."

"In late August, just after the department marked its first year in Bluffdale, Hicken presented the first seven members of the city’s Citizens Assisting Police program to the City Council."

"Hicken says not only will the volunteers — whose numbers he anticipates will grow with time — save the city money, they may also save lives by ensuring that neighborhood patrols are done by trained volunteers." ...
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Submitter's note: a tiny step in the right direction. Citizen's neighborhood militias are the full solution.
 

MI: Legal experts: 'Rubber-stamping' child removal orders illegal; Wayne County practice must stop
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When the judge dismissed the criminal charges against Maryanne Godboldo – he called the child removal order that sparked the case unconstitutional. As the Action News Investigators first showed you – the order to remove Godboldo’s child from her home was never actually reviewed by a judge.

"When the judge dismissed the criminal charges against Maryanne Godboldo – he called the child removal order that sparked the case unconstitutional. As the Action News Investigators first showed you – the order to remove Godboldo’s child from her home was never actually reviewed by a judge."

"This process is called rubber-stamping – where probation officers - NOT judges -- are literally stamping a judge’s signature onto the orders used to take children away from their parents. That means in Wayne County -- a judge is not looking at the evidence in a case before a child is removed – and court experts say that’s illegal – and it has got to stop." ...
 

CA: San Francisco Police Department An Extension Of Apple Security?
Submitted by: Federale
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"San Francisco police have confirmed that they did, in fact, help Apple in searching the house, car and computer of a city resident for a lost iPhone 5 prototype -- without finding anything."

"After the story broke last week of an iPhone 5 prototype left in a bar -- echoing a similar episode last year involving an iPhone 4 prototype -- police at first said they had no knowledge or reports of such a search." ...
 

WA: Excessive-force claim can trigger long disciplinary ordeal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Few cases illustrate the frustrations and frayed relations among the Seattle Police Department, its union and the public as the disciplinary saga of Officer Terry Dunn."

"The case highlights the difficulties department commanders can have in imposing discipline on an officer, even after an internal investigation concluded he acted unprofessionally and the city's attorneys settled a lawsuit filed by the man who was allegedly threatened and roughed up by Dunn."

"Moreover, it demonstrates how the department can be left vulnerable when discipline fails, sending an unrepentant officer back onto the streets." ...
 

NE: Man Files Formal Complaint Against Police
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Robert Wagner has filed a complaint against the Omaha Police Department in connection to his arrest at Creighton University Medical Center back in May. Tuesday was the last day that he could file the complaint."

"Two Omaha Police officers are already on paid administrative leave until an internal investigation is complete."

"A security camera captured officers attempting to arrest 35-year-old Robert Wagner. On the video, officers can be seen kicking Wagner after he was already down on the ground." ...

"Wagner says the beating didn't stop until Creighton Medical Center Security told officers that they were being recorded." ...
 

TN: Memphis Police director says wounded officer lied about shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Saturday, Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong asked the public to pray for Norman Benjamin, a police sergeant who had been shot in the abdomen that afternoon. Less than 48 hours later, Armstrong denounced the wounded man as a liar."

"Benjamin had said a Hispanic man shot him ..."

"But Armstrong said Monday that the sergeant had made up the story and that the real shooter was a woman the victim knows." ...

"The wounded officer may have been involved in a relationship with Mote and with a female relative of hers who was underage, Armstrong said. He said the information about the underage girl came through a CrimeStoppers tip." ...
 

Australia: Married detective accused of affair with teenager, including sex in cop car
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A MARRIED policeman has been disciplined and transferred following an affair with a teenage model, during which he allegedly had sex with her in the back of his unmarked police car."

"The tryst, which began just months after his marriage to a fellow police officer who is now eight months pregnant, ended in acrimony after police stepped in and took out an Apprehended Violence Order to protect his young lover." ...
 

FL: Laws abound to control guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There are plenty of federal and state laws controlling firearms in the state of Florida. Gun ranges provide a safe and controlled shooting environment for training, practice, sport competition and acquiring proficiency in the safe use of all firearms."

"The state of Florida has taken over all firearm laws, and now has prevented local municipalities and counties from enacting their own versions of gun control laws, for good reasons. Uniformity throughout the state is one. ..." ...
 

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