BREAKING :
TRUMP WENT ON TO OUTLINE A PLAN IN WHICH TEACHERS WHO ARE “HIGHLY ADEPT” AT HANDLING GUNS WOULD HAVE CONCEALED-CARRY PERMITS. “I THINK A CONCEALED PERMIT FOR TEACHERS AND LETTING PEOPLE KNOW THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE BUILDING WITH A GUN, YOU WON’T HAVE—IN MY OPINION—YOU WON’T HAVE THESE SHOOTINGS, BECAUSE THESE PEOPLE ARE COWARDS,” HE SAID.WITH LIBERAL LAWMAKERS AND ACTIVISTS CALLING FOR MORE GUN CONTROL IN THE WAKE OF LAST WEEK’S DEADLY SCHOOL SHOOTING IN FLORIDA, SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS HAS MADE HIS STANCE ON THE SECOND AMENDMENT CRYSTAL CLEAR. THOMAS SAID THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUSTICES WERE GUILTY OF COMING TO A DECISION BASED OFF WHAT THEY BELIEVED WAS “COMMON SENSE,” AS OPPOSED TO AN APPROPRIATE LEGAL STANDARD. AS PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP CALLS FOR TEACHERS TO CARRY GUNS TO PROTECT CHILDREN, SOME DISTRICTS ALREADY HAVE GUN-TOTING TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS, THOUGH THE IDENTITY OF THOSE CARRYING WEAPONS IS KEPT A SECRET.AMMUNITION PRICES ON THE RISE BECAUSE THE TRADITIONAL BULLET CORE MATERIAL IS LEAD, WHILE JACKETS ARE WIDELY MANUFACTURED WITH COPPER. OVER THE LAST NINE MONTHS, THESE COMMODITIES HAVE SURGED: LEAD PRICES HAVE ADVANCED ROUGHLY 10% TO $1.20 PER POUND, AND COPPER PRICES HAVE GONE UP AS MUCH AS 15% TO $3.20 A POUND.IN THE WAKE OF A SCHOOL SHOOTING IN PARKLAND, FLORIDA, THAT LEFT 17 DEAD, OFFICIALS AND ACTIVISTS ARE CALLING FOR TIGHTER GUN CONTROL LAWS. BUT AMERICANS AREN’T CONVINCED STRICTER GUN LAWS WILL REDUCE CRIME AND DON’T TRUST THE GOVERNMENT TO ENFORCE THOSE LAWS.

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CA – Gun News – Anti-gun laws force cancellation of Revolutionary War reenactment in California

FOX NEWS February 20, 2018 – Revolutionary War reenactors are accustomed to not firing until they see the whites of their enemy’s eyes. But in California, they may soon need to learn not to fire at all. Park officials in Elk Grove, just south of Sacramento, have forced a historical society to abruptly cancel a long-planned, two-day Revolutionary War reenactment, citing local anti-gun laws, the Elk Grove Citizen reported. 

DC – Courts – Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to California’s waiting period for gun purchases

USA TODAY February 20, 2018 – The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to hear a challenge to California’s 10-day waiting period for gun purchases, the second longest in the nation. Justice Clarence Thomas issued an angry, 14-page dissent in which he complained that lower courts have failed to give the Second Amendment “the respect due an enumerated constitutional right.” But none of the court’s other conservatives joined him. 

17 killed in shooting at high school in Parkland, Florida, authorities say (VIDEOS)

NBC NEWS February 14, 2018 – At least 17 people were dead after a 19-year-old former student opened fire at a South Florida high school on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. The suspect was identified as Nikolaus Cruz, a former student who had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said. He said at least 14 other people were injured in addition…

CA – Gun News – Law enforcement struggling to combat unregulated, DIY ‘ghost guns’

CBS NEWS February 14, 2018 –  A handgun that looks and fires just like a Glock 9mm has no serial number, is completely untraceable and 100 percent legal. It’s known as a “ghost gun,” and we bought one online with no background check or waiting period. 

Nat’l – Feature – Gun reviews and Facebook opinions: How to sift through the mess when buying a new firearm

SOFREP.COM February 9, 2018 – When it comes to purchasing a new firearm, it pays to do your homework. You want to know that you’re getting a reliable platform, that it doesn’t have any glaring safety issues, and that you’re getting a good value for the price you’re paying. The problem is, it can be pretty tough to find that information when most of the internet is dead set…

CA – Courts – California’s Ban on Gun Magazines Survives Challenge

COURTHOUSE NEWS SERVICE February 8, 2018 – California’s ban on the possession of high-capacity gun magazines isn’t unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, though he gave the gun owners a fourth opportunity to make their case. U.S. District Judge William Shubb also said the law doesn’t violate gun owners’ equal protection rights just because it exempts large-capacity magazines used as props in film and television. 

CA – Courts – CAL GUNS: Appeals Court Strikes Down Illegal DOJ Gun Control Policy

ECONO TIMES.COM February 8, 2018 – In a published decision issued today, California’s 3rd District Court of Appeal has issued an important new ruling striking down an illegal California Department of Justice (DOJ) gun control enforcement policy on multiple grounds. A copy of the Court of Appeal’s decision can be viewed at www.calgunsfoundation.org/doe. 

CA – Gun News – Guns destroyed by Thomas Fire? Get help with paperwork and disposal

VENTURA COUNTY STAR.COM February 5, 2018 – Gun owners who lost firearms to the Thomas Fire can get help from local law enforcement agencies with paperwork and disposal. As is the case with people who lost vehicles in the fire, residents who lost firearms need to report that information to the state, said Ventura County Sheriff’s Sgt. Eric Buschow. Firearms are registered and tracked through the California Department of Justice, he said. 

NYC – Gun News – An big inheritance built on a collection of Colt Single Action guns (VIDEO ONLY)

FOX BUSINESS.COM February 5, 2018 – ‘Strange Inheritance’ host Jamie Colby on a collection of Colt Single Action guns and a collection of guns once owned by Giacomo Puccini. 

CA – Gun News – ‘My backpack fell and the gun went off,’ 12-year-old girl reportedly told classmate in LA school shooting

ORANGE COUNTRY REGISTER February 2, 2018 – Jordan Valenzuela was in class when he heard the bang, and then the screaming. Jordan tells The Associated Press that his 12-year-old classmate at Salvador B. Castro Middle School told him it was an accident. The sobbing girl told him: “I didn’t mean to. I had the gun in my backpack and I didn’t know it was loaded and my backpack fell…

CA – Gun News – Officials: Calif. School Shooting Was Accidental

OANN.COM February 1, 2018 – Los Angeles police say a shooting at a California middle school that left four students injured was accidental. A 12-year-old girl was arrested and charged with negligent discharge of a firearm and having a weapon on school grounds. A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head and a 15-year-old girl was shot in the wrist, while two others were grazed by bullets. All four…

Nat’l – Gun News – Ruger® donates rare Blackhawk Revolver to benefit (SASP) Scholastic Action Shooting Program

THE MEDIA GROUP February 1, 2018 – Ruger Firearms has generously donated a rare and collectible Blackhawk .32 H&R Magnum – 32/20 Winchester convertible revolver. The serial number, 610-04726, tells us this revolver was test fired on April 18, 1989. The revolver is being auctioned on Gunbroker.com now through February 14, 12:30PM eastern time.

Approximately 5,200 of these Blackhawk revolvers were built for Buckeye Sports Supply and marketed exclusively by…

Nat’l – Gun News – These Could Be the 5 Best New Guns of 2018 (Glock and Ruger Make the Cut)

THE NATIONAL INTEREST.ORG February 1, 2018 – Held annually in Las Vegas, the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s SHOT Show is known as the industry event where new firearms of all kinds are introduced to the public. From self-defense revolvers to precision rifles, SHOT is the place to see the latest innovations in the world of guns. Let’s take a look at five weapons introduced at SHOT 2018. 

Four Months After Las Vegas Mass Shooting, Feds Still Deciding Whether Bump Stocks Are Legal

DALLAS OBSERVER.COM February 1, 2018 – Nearly four months have passed since the Las Vegas mass shooting spurred outrage over bump-fire stocks. Not all avid hunters like using bump stocks, and not all gun dealers like stocking them. They require a little bit of skill to use: knowing how to press the trigger and how much forward pressure to apply to cause the bump-fire action. Shortly after the Las Vegas…

VA – Gun News – Virginia Tech freshman had assault rifle, attempted to buy 5,000 rounds of ammo, police say (VIDEO)

WSLS.COM January 30, 2018 – Police have arrested a Virginia Tech student they say illegally had an assault rifle. Virginia Tech police arrested 19-year-old Yunsong Zhao on Monday and charged him with possessing or transporting an assault firearm while not being a  U.S. citizen or while not being lawfully admitted for permanent residence to the U.S, according to the arrest warrant. 

Nat’l – Gun News – TSA seizes record high 3,957 guns at airports in 2017

WASHINGTON EXAMINER January 30, 2018 – Transportation Security Administration officials seized a record-high 3,957 guns in passenger carry-on bags at airport checkpoints in 2017, nearly five times the number seized a decade ago, the agency announced Tuesday. Of the nearly 4,000 firearms found on travelers, 3,324 or 84 percent were loaded with ammunition, and 1,378 of those had a round chambered, according to new data. 

TN – Gun News – Internet craze, the ‘no lackin challenge’ where people pull guns on each other to film their response, goes horribly wrong when a Memphis boy, 17, is shot

DAILY MAIL.COM January 28, 2018 – A 17-year-old boy is fighting for his life at a Tennessee hospital Saturday night after a botched attempt at an Internet craze left him in a critical condition. Sherman Lackland, 21, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful possession of a weapon after he accidentally shot his friend in the head while enacting his rendition of the ‘No Lackin Challenge.’ 

NV – SHOT Show – Revolutionary Gun Grip Created by Vets Aims to Make Operators Deadlier

MILITARY.COM January 26, 2018 – A device created to ease muscle fatigue and cramping while holding a rifle is earning high marks from special operations troops, who say it also makes them more effective downrange. The Ryker Grip, designed and marketed by a team of Navy and Marine Corps veterans with close ties to the special operations community, uses ergonomics to ease strain on the body, allowing for a more natural head position, squared…

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BREAKING :
TRUMP WENT ON TO OUTLINE A PLAN IN WHICH TEACHERS WHO ARE “HIGHLY ADEPT” AT HANDLING GUNS WOULD HAVE CONCEALED-CARRY PERMITS. “I THINK A CONCEALED PERMIT FOR TEACHERS AND LETTING PEOPLE KNOW THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE BUILDING WITH A GUN, YOU WON’T HAVE—IN MY OPINION—YOU WON’T HAVE THESE SHOOTINGS, BECAUSE THESE PEOPLE ARE COWARDS,” HE SAID.WITH LIBERAL LAWMAKERS AND ACTIVISTS CALLING FOR MORE GUN CONTROL IN THE WAKE OF LAST WEEK’S DEADLY SCHOOL SHOOTING IN FLORIDA, SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS HAS MADE HIS STANCE ON THE SECOND AMENDMENT CRYSTAL CLEAR. THOMAS SAID THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUSTICES WERE GUILTY OF COMING TO A DECISION BASED OFF WHAT THEY BELIEVED WAS “COMMON SENSE,” AS OPPOSED TO AN APPROPRIATE LEGAL STANDARD. AS PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP CALLS FOR TEACHERS TO CARRY GUNS TO PROTECT CHILDREN, SOME DISTRICTS ALREADY HAVE GUN-TOTING TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS, THOUGH THE IDENTITY OF THOSE CARRYING WEAPONS IS KEPT A SECRET.AMMUNITION PRICES ON THE RISE BECAUSE THE TRADITIONAL BULLET CORE MATERIAL IS LEAD, WHILE JACKETS ARE WIDELY MANUFACTURED WITH COPPER. OVER THE LAST NINE MONTHS, THESE COMMODITIES HAVE SURGED: LEAD PRICES HAVE ADVANCED ROUGHLY 10% TO $1.20 PER POUND, AND COPPER PRICES HAVE GONE UP AS MUCH AS 15% TO $3.20 A POUND.IN THE WAKE OF A SCHOOL SHOOTING IN PARKLAND, FLORIDA, THAT LEFT 17 DEAD, OFFICIALS AND ACTIVISTS ARE CALLING FOR TIGHTER GUN CONTROL LAWS. BUT AMERICANS AREN’T CONVINCED STRICTER GUN LAWS WILL REDUCE CRIME AND DON’T TRUST THE GOVERNMENT TO ENFORCE THOSE LAWS.