Archive | December, 2014

Masked Men Allegedly Bash Elderly Man in the Head with Ax Handle — but He Was Carrying Much Deadlier Method of Defense.

Dec. 30, 2014  Jason Howerton “A man in West Pike Run Township, Pennsylvania, opened fire on two masked men who allegedly tried to break into his home on Sunday night. The homeowner killed one of the men and the second suspect was arrested after initially running away, police said. Police believe the two suspects, identified […]

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Can You ‘Saber’ a Bottle of Champagne With a Gun?

Dec. 30, 2014 Mike Opelka “New Year’s Eve is fast approaching, which could mean an evening of stubborn Champagne corks unless you know what you’re doing. There is of course the spectacular display of “sabering” — slicing off the top of the bottle with a sword. It’s an impressive task, but for sharpshooter Kirsten Joy […]

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Homeowner With a Gun Warns Armed Intruders Not to Take Another Step Toward Him. They Refuse — and It Turns Out to Be Their Final Mistake.

Dec. 28, 2014 Dave Urbanski “In the space of five days the city of Memphis, Tennessee, has seen its second fatal shooting by a homeowner against reported armed home intruders. TheBlaze reported the first instance which occurred Tuesday when a woman answered a knock at a front door. When two men reportedly forced their way […]

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Concealed Handgun License Holder Sees a Man Beating a Woman in a Car. Watch His Bold Reaction Caught on Video That Has Others Calling Him a Hero.

Dec. 27, 2014 Dave Urbanski “A Texas motorist who’s also a concealed handgun license holder told police he saw a man beating a woman in another car on Friday afternoon, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. So he got out of his car when both vehicles had stopped, pointed his gun at the other driver and […]

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When She Answered the Knock at Her Door, a Man Put a Gun to Her Neck. By the Time He Realized He Made a Huge Mistake, It Was Too Late.

Dec. 24, 2014  Jason Howerton A woman in Memphis, Tennessee, answered a knock at her door at around 6:20 p.m. on Tuesday. When she opened the door, she found herself in a potential life-and-death situation. The suspect, identified as 22-year-old Nico Carlisle, reportedly forced his way into the residence and pressed a gun to the […]

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FPC Submits Coalition Brief to Ninth Circuit in Peruta v. San Diego “Right-To-Carry” Lawsuit.

Brief by 22 gun rights organizations and individual carry case plaintiffs argue that the Peruta decision should stand December 24, 2014 (SACRAMENTO, CA) — While millions of Californians were preparing to celebrate the holiday season, attorneys for the Firearms Policy Coalition were busy filing an amici curiae brief to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals […]

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Merry Christmas!

It’s been a great year here at The Shooters Hangout. I want to take a minute and let you all know that your participation is appreciated, and to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas!!!  

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U.S. IS ALREADY IN A CYBERWAR; IT’S TIME TO TAKE IT SERIOUSLY.

By Dan McSwain Dec. 19, 2014 ” If we are lucky, the successful terrorist cyberattack against Sony Pictures will shock the U.S. government into more-vigorously defending its people and businesses from hackers. If we are unlucky, that turning point won’t come until somebody uses cyber weapons to kill Americans, an attack that many experts believe […]

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New York high school senior prevails in fight to pose with gun in yearbook photo.

Published December 20, 2014 FoxNews.com “An upstate New York school district has shot down a high school that said no to a senior’s yearbook photo because it shows her posing with a gun. Rebekah Rorick submitted the picture for inclusion in the 2015 Broadalbin-Perth High School yearbook only to have it rejected by a faculty […]

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Say No to Trigger Trash!

News.Bytes Extra, Issue 655 “If you drive north out of the Inland Empire into the High Desert of southern California between Victorville and Barstow, you may not notice that an unintentional dumping ground is being created. Just off either side of the interstate are areas of state, federal and private land where one can find […]

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