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Open Carry at the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Dallas

At the Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Dallas, Texas, I noticed a significant amount of the open carry of sidearms. This would not have been legal as late as December of 2015.

Investigation: Did Bullet That Struck House Come From State Police Gun Range?

There is a stray bullet investigation ongoing in the south of Michigan, in Northville Township. A window was shattered on about the 10th or 11th of October, 2017.

Church Raffle Prize For Charity Are AR-15 Rifles, Leftists Go NUTS

In a virtue signaling display common on the left, the Washington Post published an article critical of a church for raffling two rifles for charity.  Amy B. Wang, a writer for the post, made a national story of the dislike of a leftist for the raffle of two AR-15 type rifles.

D.C. Will not appeal loss on Carry Permits

The government of the District of Columbia has decided not to appeal the Circuit court decision in Wrenn v. D.C. A week ago the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that they would not rehear Wrenn v. D.C. en banc.

Private Security Guard stopped the Las Vegas Mass Killing (graphic photo)

A heroic security guard was ahead of the police. Three cameras had been placed by the mass killer. Two were in the hallway, one in the room looking out the peephole. The guard was advancing toward the room when he was shot. The shooting stopped, just after the security guard was shot.

Court Rules D.C to Become SHALL ISSUE Jurisdiction

The U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has refused to grant a petition for an en banc hearing in the Wrenn v. D.C. Second Amendment case. The Court earlier ruled that the requirement for a “good cause” to issue a concealed carry permit was unconstitutional.

West Virginia Group Wins Exercise of Second Amendment Rights for Some City Buildings

In West Virginia, the West Virgina Citizens Defense League (WVCDL) brought a suit against the City of Charleston for prohibiting the carry of concealed firearms in City buildings, even if the person carrying the firearm had a concealed carry permit.

Suicides and Guns: Maryland Study Debunks itself

Their studies about suicides “caused” by firearms ownership, tend to be junk science. Consider a recent “study” published only with the American Public Health Association. It was done about suicides in Maryland. Maryland is densely populated, and has extremely strict gun control.

Wisconsin Constitutional Carry Passes Committee Vote

On 19 September, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Wisconsin Constitutional Carry bill with a 3-2 vote. The vote was along party lines. Republican Senators Wanggaard, Testin, and Stroebel voted to bring Wisconsin statutes in line with the Wisconsin Constitution.

Silencerco Maxim 50 Another reason to Reform National Gun Law

SilencerCo, the innovative silencer company that produces most of the silencers for the United States market, has developed a revolutionary new product. It is an integral silencer on a modern muzzleloader, called the Maxim 50. 

More Realtors Carry Guns for Safety

In 2014 real estate agent Beverly Carter was kidnapped and murdered. The crime made national news.  The president elect of the National Association of Realtors vowed to make safety a priority.

Black Women Carrying Guns in Chicago part of National Trend

About 800 black women got a license in 2014, according to Illinois State Police. So far in 2017, nearly 1,400 black women have received a concealed carry permit — already more than all of 2016. In all, more than 4,000 black women have received a concealed carry license in Cook County.

With all the Flooding: What about Submerged Ammunition?

With the recent impact of two hurricanes, Harvey and Irma, on the United States, there is going to be a lot of ammunition that was submerged for some time. To prevent damage, many people keep ammunition in waterproof ammo cans. They tend to work very well, if the can is not submerged more than a few feet. Not everyone stores ammunition in ammo cans, and the cans can be damaged or leak.

Another Bear Spray Failure (Warning: Graphic Images)

Another case of bear spray failure occurred in Montana on September 4th at about 8 a.m.  The bear charged through bear spray to get at Tom Sommers.

Tucson Stops Illegal Destruction of Firearms, Grudgingly Follows State Law

The City Council of Tucson has finally been forced to stop their irrational violation of state law. For years the city council has been destroying valuable property that could have been sold for the benefit of the public. Instead, they insisted on expensive destruction for political grandstanding. 

Georgia Supreme Court Rules Right to Self Defense applies in School

The case is about a girl who was involved in a fight on school grounds. She retreated.  The other girl followed her, and a fight ensued. S.G., the defendant, claimed self defense. There were video and witnesses that corroborated here story. No evidence was presented that she was not defending herself. The school administration expelled her an the grounds that she was involved in a fight. The school did not consider self defense as an defense for the conduct.

JUSTICE: Man who Used AK-47 Clone to Defend Self, Children, Found Not Guilty

Unless you have the means to enforce said restraining order in your own defense, it’s about as effective as a gun free zone sign.

Wisconsin Carry in Truck Case Dismissed by Prosecutor, Avoids Precedent

In June of 2016, a 53 year old truck driver, Guy A. Smith was arrested for having a loaded revolver in the cab of his truck. Smith did not have a Wisconsin concealed carry permit. He held that he did not need one.