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FAIRBANKS DAILY NEWS-MINER September 22, 2017 – The ducks around Fairbanks were more scared than I was hungry. Over 12 hours of hunting in lakes around Fairbanks this month, I didn’t kill any ducks and only got to take a half-dozen shots. But I did…

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NSSF.ORG September 21, 2017 – The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce that it has awarded Colorado’s Centennial Gun Club its highest Five-Star rating for range excellence. Located in the town of Centennial, an active southeast…

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DES MOINES REGISTER September 21, 2017 – Iowa hunters can legally shoot deer this fall with rifles using straight wall cartridges, and gun shop owners are reporting brisk sales of ammunition and new firearms. Mike Sporer says he plans to hunt deer in rural Marion County with eight longtime…

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BREITBART.COM September 21, 2017 – Bloomberg columnist Noah Smith claims there are four ways to reduce violent crime–and gun control is not one of them. Smith admits that gun control is a go-to solution for many on the left, yet he “doubts large-scale gun…

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CLEVELAND.COM September 21, 2017 – The number of guns manufactured in the U.S. spiked in the past five years and has remained near-record levels ever since, according to a report released Thursday by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. In Ohio, there…

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SALT LAKE TRIBUNE September 21, 2017 – Legislators have taken a first step to write into law a $20 hike in fees to obtain a concealed weapons permit — which gun enthusiasts say state administrators imposed illegally last month and continue to charge despite dubious…

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WENY ABC/CBS September 21, 2017 – NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — There’s a new firearm on the market with an attached silencer that is not covered by federal gun control laws because it’s not considered a gun and it’s not considered a silencer. The Maxim…

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POLITICO.COM September 21, 2017 – House GOP leaders are moving forward with plans to vote on two gun-related measures in the coming weeks, the first time Congress has taken up the controversial issue since Donald Trump became president. A bill easing regulations on the…

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Trump Train Rolling:  Suppressors Next Week, Reciprocity Next Month

BOB ROGERS | Friday, September 22, 2017 - The Autumn Equinox, Fall hunting season to most of us, begins today and, despite what you’ve heard about Russia, about Rocket Man, about Dreamers and DACA and Health Care and The Wall – all issues that are designed to derail the Trump Train agenda – the locomotive engine of this Administration roars on for gun owners. The SHARE Act – think Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement Act – has ripped through a friendly GOP House committee and will stand for a vote next week. Already, anticipation is running like water through a firehose threatening to dampen all the opposition to the Act’s principal provision, suppressors, to the extent that gun makers and gun shops are pre-equipping new gun  products for 2018 with canisters designed to make a gunshot sound more like a long range deep throated spit than a mini-explosion.  [read more]

Poll Taxes and Background Checks

SHELBY MURDOC | September 20, 2017 — Years ago in discussion, someone proposed what I thought was a rather elegant compromise. We had been talking about gun control earlier in the day, but, by that evening, the conversation had turned to voting rights and voter ID laws. “Why not make the basic requirements for voting and for buying a gun the same?” came the idea. “If strict control over who can buy a gun is so important and so unintrusive, why would similar controls over elections be any different?”

This, of course, raised all sorts of protests from those who had been explaining earlier how background checks, strict identification requirements, and charges to be paid for keeping and bearing arms should be expected and, in their opinion, probably needed to be made even stricter. [read more]

When in Doubt, Play the Race Card

STEVE COMUS | September 1, 2017 —  The antis, if nothing else, are persistent. They attack guns and those who own and use them whenever possible, even if it means fabricating bold-faced lies, perverting partial truths and spewing out misleading innuendoes in the process.

The latest involves race. Seems as though guns and their owners are racist, according to the eight balls. How a gun can, in and of itself, have anything to do with any race escapes me, but apparently I just didn’t get the memo on the subject, or something like that.  [read more]

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