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Questions were raised about the viability of the ZKZM-500 laser assault rifle that is said to produce an 'energy beam' that cannot be seen by naked eye
On July 1st 2018, Idaho Senate Bill 1313 went into effect. This important piece of legislation, which improved the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves in Idaho, was passed by the legislature earlier this year and became law in March.
Unable to persuade Congress to pass the gun control they covet, America’s firearm restrictionists have set their eyes on another target—the banking system. In the last couple of months, their efforts have borne fruit.
One Saturday in late June, Michael Phillips fired a hadgun. He used an eyebrow to pull the trigger.
A 15-year-old Florida girl found herself fighting for her life Friday as a large and aggressive alligator chased her up a tree, literally chomping at the bit.
A mother shot a man who tried to steal her SUV while her two toddlers were still inside the vehicle in Dallas Wednesday night, police said.
Time and again national pollsters insist on reporting how NRA members and other gun owners feel about gun control. Don’t believe a word,...

Gun-free zones are less safe

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Last week, a disgruntled reader of the Capital Gazette in Maryland entered the newspaper office’s main entrance at around 2:30 p.m.,
The anarcho-communist group, Antifa, attacked the Patriot Prayer rally this past Saturday in Portland, Oregon.
'We hope to develop long-term relationships with lawmakers that will be beneficial when they are dealing with Second Amendment-related issues'
“I saw a deputy was in trouble, and I just acted,” said 70-year-old Sherry King, the woman who courageously intervened in a potentially life-threatening struggle between an officer and a suspect in Beaver Dam, Arizona, earlier this year.
"There is a cancer brewing in corporate America. And, and the remedy, the, is a healthy dose of the free market. And that’s why we started Gun Dynamics," said Larry Ward, the chief marketing officer of Gun Dynamics, in an interview.
The National Rifle Association of America has filed a lawsuit against the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS), New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and DFS Superintendent Maria T. Vullo alleging violations of the Association’s First Amendment rights.
As law enforcement raced to a Klamath home this morning in response to a 911 call, a man broke into the residence on Gensaw Road in Klamath and killed the person inside, said Del Norte County Sheriff Commander Bill Steven.
A son shot and killed a home invader while his mother was on the phone with a 911 dispatcher.
Few who read this magazine are likely to be unaware of the anti-gun leanings of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which for years has worked to treat firearm ownership like it’s a disease that needs to be eradicated. But newly discovered polling by the CDC shows just how far the agency is willing to go to hide evidence of the positive aspects of gun ownership.
Although Anthony Kennedy joined all three decisions in which the Supreme Court has upheld the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, his retirement probably means the Court will be less reluctant to define the contours of that right. In the decade since the Court first ruled that a law was inconsistent with the Second Amendment, it has passed up almost every opportunity to resolve lingering questions about which forms of gun control are constitutional. It seems clear that Kennedy bears much of the responsibility for that reticence.
Well-known conservative Oliver North, the incoming president of the National Rifle Association, will be speaking in Pocatello on Friday evening as part of his goal to double the NRA's membership.
The Oregon Supreme Court voted against the proposed ballot title for an assault weapons ban ballot initiative Wednesday. The court referred it to the attorney general for modification.
A local group of gun activists have recently submitted an initiative to the Yamhill County Clerk's Office to protect their Second Amendment rights.

Gun Advocates Sue Cincinnati and Columbus

Ohio gun advocates sued Cincinnati and Columbus this week, claiming city laws banning “trigger activators” — bump stocks — on guns are unconstitutional.
Ohio lawmakers are closer than ever to passing a so-called “stand your ground” bill that would expand gun rights by relaxing a person’s duty to retreat before using lethal force in self-defense.
After high-profile mass shootings, corporate America has taken a stand against the firearms industry amid a lack of action by lawmakers on gun control. Payment processing firms are limiting transactions, Bank of America stopped providing financing to companies that make AR-style guns, and retailers like Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods imposed age restrictions on gun purchases.
LAS VEGAS - Metro Police investigated a shooting at 2854 La Canada Street near E. Vegas Valley Drive and S. Maryland Parkway. According to Metro, around 11:00 a.m., a call came in to police about a person who had been shot.

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