Archive | March, 2014

Florida House passes ‘warning shot’ bill.

The Florida House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed HB-89, a “warning shot” bill Thursday, allowing for a person to brandish a firearm or fire a warning shot when feeling threatened. After two days of intense debate, the measure was approved 93-24, while the Senate tentatively approved a similar measure, according to the Bradenton Herald. The bill […]

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Gun instructors lose certification after students report too-short training .

Two downstate firearms instructors have been decertified for failing to provide the required amount of training to students seeking concealed carry firearms permits, Illinois State Police announced today. Ninety-eight students certified by the instructors did not get the full 16 hours of training required by the state to carry a hidden handgun in public, police […]

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OHIO: BURGLAR ‘PICKED WRONG HOME,’ SHOT BY HOMEOWNER.

On March 10th, 36-year-old Joseph Willis reportedly broke into a home in the rural Kitts Hill area of Lawrence County, Ohio, only to meet an armed homeowner who shot him twice, sending him fleeing. According to WSAZ News Channel 3, the homeowner “reportedly shot [the suspect] in the stomach and cheek.” The suspect then jumped […]

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Guns of Law-Abiding Husband Confiscated After Wife’s Single Voluntary Mental Health Visit.

Just last week, the California Senate approved a $24 million funding bill to expedite the process of collecting guns from owners in the state who legally acquired them but have since become disqualified due to felony convictions or mental illness. Such was recently the case for one woman, who had been in the hospital voluntarily […]

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FBI Report Shows Violent Crime Decreased as Gun Sales Increased.

Violent crime fell during the first six months of 2013–at the same time the number of gun purchases was expanding. According to preliminary FBI stats, “All offenses in the category of violent crime” fell during the first six months of 2013, compared to the same time period in 2012. UPI reports that this included “murder, […]

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They Pulled a Gun on Him — But This Pizza Delivery Driver Had One of His Own.

A pizza delivery driver is probably thankful he had a license to lawfully possess a firearm, after he used his gun to defend himself against two would-be robbers Saturday night. According to the Detroit Free Press, the Jet’s Pizza driver was making a delivery to two individuals posing as customers. That’s when one of them […]

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BREAKING: California State Senator Leland Yee Arrested on Public Corruption Charges.

Huge “anti-gun” senator and the third Democratic state senator fighting charges this year. California state Sen. Leland Yee has been arrested on public corruption charges as part of several arrests made by the FBI Wednesday morning during a raid, the FBI has told NBC Bay Area. Sources had originally told NBC Bay Area bribery charges […]

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Thugs Picked the Wrong Dad to Target for Shameful ‘Knockout Game’ — He’s a Concealed-Carry Permit Holder, and He Used It.

TheBlaze has been covering the frightening uptick in the so-called “knockout game,” in which thugs randomly target people and punch the unsuspecting victims in public for kicks. Well, it’s taken an interesting turn in Lansing, Mich. There it’s reportedly called “Point-em-out, Knock-em-out,” according to WILX-TV in Lansing, and the station said one incident didn’t turn […]

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Home Depot Loss Prevention Officer Sure Is Glad There Was a Concealed Carry Permit Holder Around.

Police in Roseville, Mich., say a heroin addict attempted to steal a $179 battery-powered drill from a Home Depot and then stabbed the store’s loss prevention officer with a contaminated syringe when he was confronted. Luckily, there was a customer carrying a concealed firearm nearby. The man reportedly drew his gun and ordered the suspect […]

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Aero Precision’s COP C4

The new COP complete upper is a plug and play platform that allows you to completely customize your rail out of the box and utilizes a continuous one-piece upper. In 1993, I was attending the local gun shows every month with my father and once in a while we would even rent a table to […]

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