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The Army Is Reinventing The Machine Gun, Launching A $500M Market

FORBES.COM October 30, 2018 – The American soldiers working in hotspots worldwide are equipped these days with attachments for their M4s and M16s, with everything from range finders to aim lasers to night vision scopes. The problem: They are all battery powered. “To make them all work, soldiers were carrying 10-15 pounds of batteries for a 30-day mission,” said Don Mclaughlin, president of T-Worx. Five companies are developing prototypes…

SD – New Products – BCI Defense Firearms Expert, Terry Houin, Dials in “Off The Shelf AR-15 at 1000yds

BCI DEFENSE.COM October 31, 2018 – For this post, I’ll keep on point and just discuss the (2) AR-15’s that I was testing for long range accuracy out past 1000 yds. Both of these rifles were right off the shelf in the standard configurations available to civilians or to a law enforcement agency.  

Nat’l – Industry Insider – The Scientist, The Investor And The CEO: How ‘Shots Fired!’ Technology Turned A Profit

FORBES.COM October 30, 2018 – On April 18, 2017, in Fresno, Calif., Kori Ali Muhammad walked up to a Pacific Gas & Electric truck and shot the employee inside. In a control room 175 miles away in Newark, Calif., a company named ShotSpotter, which blankets Fresno with acoustic sensors through a police department contract, detected the gunfire. Analysts notified Fresno police. After Muhammad killed his first victim, he kept…

Nat’l – Opinion – The New York Times Botches America’s History With The Gun

THE FEDERALIST.COM October 30, 2018 – Over the past 50 years, a wide-ranging, well-funded political, cultural, and legal revisionism effort has been undertaken to erase much of the United States’ history and culture of the gun and the Second Amendment. The New York Times’s Nick Kristof’s recent column, “It’s Time To Talk About The NRA” (because no one’s been talking about them!) is a good example of this trend. …

FL – Gun Safety – LCSO gives tips on gun safety for Halloween (VIDEO)

WTXL.COM October 30, 3018 –  Halloween is just around the corner and popular kid costumes include things like bandits and sheriffs, which may include fake guns.  The Leon County Sheriff’s office said to make sure you treat every gun you see like it’s real, until you’re absolutely sure it isn’t. 

MO – Self-Protection – Junior high school student told police he brought gun to school to ‘scare other students’

KMOV.COM October 30, 2018 – A junior high school student in Poplar Bluff was taken into custody after being found with a gun Tuesday. The 13-year-old was found with the gun at the Poplar Bluff Junior High School after students told school staff members about the firearm. After being made aware of the gun, school staff, along with the School Resource Officer, found the student and gun. 

CA – Self-Protection – Police find several guns in home of teen who threatened Yucca Valley High School (VIDEO)

KESQ.COM October 30, 2018 – Police find several firearms in the home of a teenager who had threatened Yucca Valley High School. The School Resource Officer notified deputies Monday afternoon that administrative staff at Yucca Valley High notified them that a 15-year-old male student had threatened to bring a gun to the school. (Police) said the threat was made toward another student who reported it to school officials. 

WA – Self-Protection – The story behind our interviews with young men who carry guns in Seattle’s south end

KUOW.COM (NPR) October 30, 2018 – I first heard Will Jimerson speak at a King County Council meeting. He was describing his work, saying that he drove a teenage boy to high school every day to keep him from carrying a gun to school. The young man didn’t carry a gun to be cool, or to hunt, or because he believed it was his right. He carried because he feared…

Matthews police identify victim, suspect in deadly Butler High School shooting (MULTIPLE VIDEOS)

WSOCTV.COM October 29, 2018  7:09 pm – Matthews police confirmed the lockdown at Butler High School in Matthews was lifted after one student was shot Monday morning. Officials said the victim, identified as 16-year-old Bobby McKeithen, was rushed to the hospital, where he later died from his injuries. Officials said another student, 16-year-old Jatwan Cuffie, was taken into custody. He is charged with first-degree murder.