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WHEN KIMBERLY MATTE CAPTIONS AN INSTAGRAM POST “SUNS OUT, GUNS OUT, BUNS OUT,” SHE MOSTLY MEANS IT. THE SUN MAY BE OUT, BUT SHE’S INSIDE. HER BUNS ARE DEFINITELY OUT, BECAUSE SHE’S WEARING A LIME-GREEN THONG. TECHNICALLY, THERE’S ONLY ONE GUN OUT, BUT IT’S AN AR-10 BATTLE RIFLE, SO SHE’S STILL OVER-DELIVERING. MATTE HAS MORE THAN 84,000 FOLLOWERS ON INSTAGRAM AND RECENTLY FOUNDED HER OWN SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AND MODELING AGENCY. IT’S UNKNOWN WHAT EXACTLY WAS IN THE MAN’S MIND AS HE APPROACHED THE EARLE CABELL FEDERAL BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS ON MONDAY, BUT HIS INTENT WAS EASY TO READ. CLAD IN TACTICAL GEAR AND CARRYING AN ASSAULT-STYLE RIFLE AND AT LEAST FIVE 30-ROUND MAGAZINES, THE MAN — WHOM POLICE IDENTIFIED AS BRIAN ISAACK CLYDE — STARTED SHOOTING AS HE NEARED THE ENTRANCE, THEN CUT AND RAN WHEN SECURITY OFFICERS RETURNED FIRE. HE COLLAPSED, MORTALLY WOUNDED, IN A PARKING LOT ACROSS THE STREET.CAN SANCTUARY, READILY GRANTED TO PEOPLE IN SOME PARTS OF CALIFORNIA, BE EXTENDED TO PROVISIONS OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION? CAN ACTIONS OF ONE TINY CITY BE AN INSTRUMENT OF CHANGE FOR STATE LAW? “THE NEEDLES CITY COUNCIL HAS VOTED UNANIMOUSLY TO DECLARE ITSELF A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY CITY,” READS A PREPARED STATEMENT FROM THE CITY OF NEEDLES RELEASED SATURDAY.THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS IS LOOKING TO "CLEANUP" THE WORDING OF A CITY ORDINANCE THAT CAN HELP LOCAL POLICE FIND STOLEN GUNS. THE CITY'S ACTION IS IN RESPONSE TO A CHANGE IN STATE LAW THAT PROHIBITS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROM MAKING THE FINAL DECISION ON GUN PURCHASES. FOR YEARS SIOUX FALLS PAWN SHOPS HAVE CROSS CHECKED GUNS BROUGHT INTO THEIR SHOP WITH A DATABASE TO MAKE SURE THE GUNS AREN'T STOLEN.SHARES OF AMERICAN OUTDOOR BRANDS (NASDAQ:AOBC) ARE TRADING AT LEVELS THEY HAVEN'T SEEN SINCE 2014. GUN INDUSTRY SALES REMAIN DEPRESSED, AND ANOTHER FIREARMS RETAILER RECENTLY DECLARED BANKRUPTCY. AS AMERICAN OUTDOOR GETS READY TO REPORT ITS FISCAL FOURTH QUARTER AND 2019 EARNINGS ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, THE FIREARMS MANUFACTURER CONTINUES TO FACE A DIFFICULT OUTLOOK.

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NAT’L – GUN RIGHTS – The hired guns of Instagram

When Kimberly Matte captions an Instagram post “suns out, guns out, buns out,” she mostly means it. The sun may be out, but she’s inside. Her buns are definitely out, because she’s wearing a lime-green thong. Technically, there’s only one gun out, but it’s an AR-10 battle rifle, so she’s still over-delivering. Matte has more than 84,000 followers on Instagram and recently founded her own social media marketing and modeling…

CA – GUN CRIME – A thwarted Dallas shooting goes viral. If only all gun violence got the same attention (VIDEO)

It’s unknown what exactly was in the man’s mind as he approached the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas on Monday, but his intent was easy to read. Clad in tactical gear and carrying an assault-style rifle and at least five 30-round magazines, the man — whom police identified as Brian Isaack…

CA – GUN RIGHTS – Needles declares itself a Second Amendment sanctuary

Can sanctuary, readily granted to people in some parts of California, be extended to provisions of the United States Constitution? Can actions of one tiny city be an instrument of change for state law? “The Needles City Council has voted unanimously to declare itself a Second Amendment sanctuary city,” reads a prepared statement from the City of Needles released Saturday. “In taking this action, the city became…

SD – LE – New state gun law prompts proposed ordinance change in Sioux Falls (VIDEO)

The city of Sioux Falls is looking to “cleanup” the wording of a city ordinance that can help local police find stolen guns. The city’s action is in response to a change in state law that prohibits local governments from making the final decision on gun purchases. For years Sioux Falls pawn shops have cross checked guns brought into their shop with a database to make sure…

VA – GUN POLITICS – One Virginia lawmaker has an idea for a gun law that might actually pass

As the Democratic governor and GOP legislators square off for a repeat of the usual gun legislation at next month’s post-Virginia Beach mass shooting special session, one Peninsula lawmaker wants to float an entirely new idea. Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, says that when he talks to police and prosecutors about guns, they tell him they need more tools to crack down on gun-theft rings and the black…

NAT’L – INDUSTRY INSIDER – American Outdoor Brands Faces a Tough Q4

NAT’L – INDUSTRY INSIDER – American Outdoor Brands Faces a Tough Q4

Shares of American Outdoor Brands (NASDAQ:AOBC) are trading at levels they haven’t seen since 2014. Gun industry sales remain depressed, and another firearms retailer recently declared bankruptcy. As American Outdoor gets ready to report its fiscal fourth quarter and 2019 earnings on Wednesday, June 19, the firearms manufacturer continues to face a difficult outlook. Last quarter,…

DC – GUN POLITICS – This week, 2020 Democrats are trying to sell you draconian gun control, driver’s licenses for illegal aliens, and more debt

Politicians’ wild campaign promises every few years are as much a part of the American experience as baseball, apple pie, pickup trucks, and commemorative Postal Service stamps. Former Vice President Joe Biden has made another hard left turn and is now on the government-run health care bandwagon, recently promising Medicaid access to everyone. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., rolled out a plan Monday to cancel student loan debt…

VA – GUN POLITICS – 18 People Attend Eric Swalwell’s Gun Control Speech Near NRA HQs (VIDEO)

Roughly 18 people attended Democrat presidential hopeful Eric Swalwell’s (D-CA) speech Monday near the National Rifle Association (NRA) headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia. A video published by Politico shows that Swalwell used the speech to push confiscatory laws for AR-15s and other commonly-owned semiautomatic rifles, as well as a repeal of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA). That act protects gun manufacturers from suits in cases considered…

TX – GUN SAFETY – Texas To Launch $1 Million Gun Safety Awareness Campaign

The Texas Department of Public Safety will launch an awareness campaign to urge gun owners to lock away their firearms. The initiative is part of the state budget Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law this past weekend. The budget allocates $1 million over two years to the campaign, which will likely be similar to DPS’ Don’t Mess With Texas and Turn Around Don’t Drown awareness campaigns. The gun control group Texas Gun Sense applauded the…

MS – OPINION – Survey: Less than a THIRD of college students believe right to bear arms is ‘essential’

June survey shows just how much less college students value the Second Amendment than other constitutional liberties. Conducted by College Pulse, the survey of 2,301 students found that out of American rights like free speech, the right to privacy, etc., the Second Amendment is the least popular. Forty-one percent of students indicated that the right to own guns is “important but not essential,” with 28 percent suggesting that it…

WV – TRAINING – Long-Range Shooting: Setting Up Your System

It just so happens that I had one of the latest precision platforms on-hand for a review in Shooting Illustrated magazine: the Daniel Defense Delta 5. At the rifle’s launch in November 2018, I had a chance to shoot the gun at 1,000 yards and did so pretty effortlessly. Not wanting to ruin a sure thing, I decided to drag this particular T&E gun along for the ride to…

NY – GUN POLITICS – Biden says ‘James Bond-style’ smart weapons would save America from gun violence

Former Vice President Joe Biden is taking inspiration from Agent 007 in explaining his plan to curb gun violence. “If I get elected president of the United States of America with your help, if that happens, guns, we have the capacity now in a James Bond-style to make sure no one can pull a trigger unless their DNA and fingerprint is on it,” Biden told roughly 180…

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BREAKING :
WHEN KIMBERLY MATTE CAPTIONS AN INSTAGRAM POST “SUNS OUT, GUNS OUT, BUNS OUT,” SHE MOSTLY MEANS IT. THE SUN MAY BE OUT, BUT SHE’S INSIDE. HER BUNS ARE DEFINITELY OUT, BECAUSE SHE’S WEARING A LIME-GREEN THONG. TECHNICALLY, THERE’S ONLY ONE GUN OUT, BUT IT’S AN AR-10 BATTLE RIFLE, SO SHE’S STILL OVER-DELIVERING. MATTE HAS MORE THAN 84,000 FOLLOWERS ON INSTAGRAM AND RECENTLY FOUNDED HER OWN SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AND MODELING AGENCY. IT’S UNKNOWN WHAT EXACTLY WAS IN THE MAN’S MIND AS HE APPROACHED THE EARLE CABELL FEDERAL BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS ON MONDAY, BUT HIS INTENT WAS EASY TO READ. CLAD IN TACTICAL GEAR AND CARRYING AN ASSAULT-STYLE RIFLE AND AT LEAST FIVE 30-ROUND MAGAZINES, THE MAN — WHOM POLICE IDENTIFIED AS BRIAN ISAACK CLYDE — STARTED SHOOTING AS HE NEARED THE ENTRANCE, THEN CUT AND RAN WHEN SECURITY OFFICERS RETURNED FIRE. HE COLLAPSED, MORTALLY WOUNDED, IN A PARKING LOT ACROSS THE STREET.CAN SANCTUARY, READILY GRANTED TO PEOPLE IN SOME PARTS OF CALIFORNIA, BE EXTENDED TO PROVISIONS OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION? CAN ACTIONS OF ONE TINY CITY BE AN INSTRUMENT OF CHANGE FOR STATE LAW? “THE NEEDLES CITY COUNCIL HAS VOTED UNANIMOUSLY TO DECLARE ITSELF A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY CITY,” READS A PREPARED STATEMENT FROM THE CITY OF NEEDLES RELEASED SATURDAY.THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS IS LOOKING TO "CLEANUP" THE WORDING OF A CITY ORDINANCE THAT CAN HELP LOCAL POLICE FIND STOLEN GUNS. THE CITY'S ACTION IS IN RESPONSE TO A CHANGE IN STATE LAW THAT PROHIBITS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROM MAKING THE FINAL DECISION ON GUN PURCHASES. FOR YEARS SIOUX FALLS PAWN SHOPS HAVE CROSS CHECKED GUNS BROUGHT INTO THEIR SHOP WITH A DATABASE TO MAKE SURE THE GUNS AREN'T STOLEN.SHARES OF AMERICAN OUTDOOR BRANDS (NASDAQ:AOBC) ARE TRADING AT LEVELS THEY HAVEN'T SEEN SINCE 2014. GUN INDUSTRY SALES REMAIN DEPRESSED, AND ANOTHER FIREARMS RETAILER RECENTLY DECLARED BANKRUPTCY. AS AMERICAN OUTDOOR GETS READY TO REPORT ITS FISCAL FOURTH QUARTER AND 2019 EARNINGS ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, THE FIREARMS MANUFACTURER CONTINUES TO FACE A DIFFICULT OUTLOOK.