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Concealed-handgun carry bill triggers pushback from coastal mayors, police chiefs

“Mayors and police in states like New York and California, which have relatively restrictive guns laws, are organizing against making concealed-handgun carry permits in one state valid in all states. Earlier this year, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, and Rep. Richard Hudson, R-N.C., introduced the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, which would allow individuals […]

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African-American women are increasingly buying guns

“Up to 59 percent of African-American households now view owning a gun as a “necessity,” according to a recent study from the Pew Research Center released this month, and African-American women have outpaced all other races and genders in terms of securing concealed carry permits in Texas between 2000 and 2016, according to demographic information […]

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Listen to us on Gun Sports Radio

Be sure to listen to us live on Gun Sports Radio this Sunday at 4pm on 1170 AM radio! Or download the postcast on iTunes or at http://sandiegocountygunowners.com/podcasts/ and listen to it in your car or while walking the dog. It’s going to be an amazing radio show this Sunday!!! Lance Reeter Publisher The Shooters […]

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Vacation Time Off Request

Only 7 months until the 5th Annual Charity Handgun/Rifle Course for leukemia. Put in your vacation time request now! March 23rd, 2018   Below is a short highlight video from last year’s charity event! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxpMo6dTV-s&feature=youtu.be This event just gets bigger and bigger each year, and this next year is going to be EPIC!!! We are […]

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Concealed carry permits still on the rise, especially among women and black Americans

“Since July 2016, handgun permits surged to 1.83 million from 1.73 million, and continues to rise, mostly thanks to women and black Americans, according to a new report. Research from the Crime Prevention Research Center reported that over 6 percent of adults now hold a concealed carry permit. Outside states such as New York and […]

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California struggles to implement new gun-control laws

“California has faced a number of setbacks in implementing the state’s latest gun-control measures, causing a number of deadlines to be pushed back and leaving some measures in legal limbo. After passing laws that expand the definition of “assault weapon” and make it illegal to possess gun magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds […]

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Lawyer for illegal alien charged with murdering Kate Steinle blames the stolen gun.

“An attorney for Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez — the illegal immigrant charged with murdering 32-year-old Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier on July 1, 2015 — is placing blame on the gun. The bullet that pierced Steinle’s heart on Pier 14 was fired from a gun stolen from a Bureau of Land Management agent’s car […]

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Tap Takeover at SpecHops Brewing, San Diego County Gun Owners PAC

    Come have a beer with us! This Thursday July 13th at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM SpecHops Brewing Company 1280 Activity Dr, Vista, California 92081 Bring a friend, because every existing member who signs up a new member will get an SDCGO logo pint glass and a free beer from SDCGO for themselves […]

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Over 100 shot in Chicago during holiday weekend, twice as many as last year!

“More than 100 people were shot in Chicago over the long holiday weekend, with more than a dozen fatalities from Friday afternoon into early Wednesday morning. Anthony Guglielmi, chief spokesman with the Chicago Police Department, expressed frustration over the high numbers. He said they “deployed some very successful tactics over the Memorial Day weekend,” yet […]

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Supreme Court turns away California concealed carry legal challenge

“The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined a petition to hear an appeal in a case challenging California’s strict concealed carry permitting practices – leaving two justices to cry foul. The nation’s highest court swatted away a chance to let lower courts know it meant what it said in its 2008 Heller decision over gun […]

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