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Mar 19 2017

True History of Assault Rifles

Politicians and media seem like they can never stop talking about “assault rifles,” but everyone seems to have a different definition of what an assault rifle IS and what they’re they’re capable of. Alan Grayson claimed that the Pulse shooter used a rifle capable of shooting 700 rounds per minute. Carolyn McCarthy put forth legislation …

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Jul 01 2016

BREAKING: CA Passes Sweeping New Gun Control Package

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Thursday, California lawmakers approved a sweeping package of 12 new gun control bills and sent them to Governor Jerry Brown, who is scheduled to leave for Europe today. Lawmakers expedited the bills to his desk in hopes he would sign them before leaving. If signed into law, California’s gun owners can now expect new gun …

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Oct 29 2014

Students Suspended For Airsoft Facebook Photo

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Once upon a time, there were two students who attended Bristol-Plymouth Vocational, a vocational high school located in Bristol County, MA. There is a large hunting community in Bristol County, and neighboring Plymouth County is the only red county in the entire state. The area is a tiny little nest of Second Amendment supporters in …

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Jul 21 2014

VIDEO: MSNBC Host Says Anyone Using More Than 10 Rounds Wants to “Kill US Soldiers”

Joe Scarborough recently went off the deep end and accused anyone who does not believe limiting magazines would stop gun crime of being a “survivalist” planning to kill “US soldiers.” His argument was in reference to Chris Christie’s recent veto of a New Jersey bill that would have banned all magazines holding over 10 rounds, …

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Apr 18 2014

Man Shoots Squirrel, Police Seize Guns

65-year-old James Toigo of Milford, CT was recently visited by police after he shot a squirrel in his yard on Monday morning. Police reported they were in the area and heard a gunshot nearby. Toigo has taken into custody after they discovered he had shot the small animal. Upon their investigation, police also found an …

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Mar 21 2014

Maryland Takes Aim at Gun Confiscation

A new bill introduced by the Maryland state legislature would have have the state join the ranks of Connecticut, New York, Illinois, and California in threatening – and enacting – gun confiscation. But remember, no one is coming to take your guns. Del. Luiz Simmons (D-Montgomery) introduced HB0623 back on January 30th, though it has …

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Mar 08 2014

Judge Orders Release of Gun Owners’ Records to Newspaper

You might remember Journal News as the New York-based newspaper that published the names and addresses of concealed carry permit holders in two counties. The story came with an interactive map so readers could see exactly where their neighborhood gun owners were located. The information was obtained through Freedom of Information requests that the paper …

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Feb 23 2014

MA Guns for (Even More) Gun Control

Massachusetts has some of the strictest gun control laws in the country, along with California and New York. In 2004, Governor Mitt Romney made permanent the 1994 Federal Assault Weapons Ban. There’s also a long list of banned handguns that gets longer every year, including most Glocks, all Kel-tecs, all Hi-Points, and all Taurus handguns. …

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Jan 10 2014

California Wants Permits, Background Checks For Ammo (Again)

California lawmakers – Democrats, in particular – have announced that one of their main focuses for this legislative session is going to be to push stricter gun control. In particular, they are trying to revive Senate Bill 53, which would make it illegal to buy ammunition without an instant, on the spot comprehensive background check …

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Jan 06 2014

Chicago Gun Ban Declared Unconstitutional

U.S. District Court Judge Edmond E. Chang wrote in a 35-page opinion that Chicago’s 2010 ordinance banning gun sales in city limits is unconstitutional. The ban “goes too far in outright banning legal buyers and legal dealers from engaging in lawful acquisitions and lawful sales of firearms,” he wrote. The ruling came in a lawsuit …

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