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IF YOU’D HAPPENED TO VISIT RECOIL FIREARMS IN DETROIT ON A PARTICULAR SATURDAY IN AUGUST, YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN TREATED TO THE SIGHT OF A CROWD HUNDREDS-DEEP WAITING TO GO INSIDE. IT WAS NO ORDINARY DAY FOR THE SHOOTING RANGE; IN FACT, IT WAS SHUT DOWN TO OUTSIDE PATRONS ENTIRELY. THIS WAS A PRIVATE AFFAIR, EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN WHO WANT TO LEARN HOW TO SHOOT. THE SAFETY BRIEFING LINE STRETCHED DOWN THE SIDEWALK—ALL THE PEOPLE WERE DUTIFULLY MASKED AND PATIENT, AS VOLUNTEERS CHECKED THEIR TEMPERATURES.THE VIOLENCE POLICY CENTER (VPC) ON MONDAY RELEASED A 39-PAGE REPORT ABOUT THE NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION (NSSF), THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION (NRA) AND THE GUN INDUSTRY AS A WHOLE. THE GUN CONTROL GROUP TAKES ISSUE WITH THE NSSF AND NRA "TARGETING" BLACKS AND LATINOS AS FIRST-TIME GUN OWNERS. "IN ITS MARKETING EFFORTS TO COMMUNITIES OF COLOR, THE GUN INDUSTRY FREQUENTLY FOCUSES ON THE SELF-DEFENSE USE OF FIREARMS, DESPITE THE THE FACT THAT GUNS ARE RARELY USED TO STOP CRIMES OR KILL CRIMINALS AND ARE FAR MORE LIKELY TO BE USED IN HOMICIDES, SUICIDES, OR FATAL UNINTENTIONAL SHOOTINGS," THE REPORT STATED.THE OPEN CARRY OF GUNS AND OTHER WEAPONS WOULD BE BANNED ON THE CAPITOL CAMPUS AND AT OR NEAR ANY PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION ACROSS WASHINGTON UNDER A MEASURE THAT RECEIVED A REMOTE PUBLIC HEARING TUESDAY, WITH PROPONENTS CALLING IT A COMMON-SENSE MEASURE AMID HEIGHTENED POLITICAL DIVISIONS AND OPPONENTS ARGUING IT WOULD INFRINGE ON CONSTITUTIONAL GUN RIGHTS.RYAN BUSSE SAYS HE HELPED BUILD AN ICONIC FIREARMS COMPANY. BUSSE WAS THE VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES FOR KIMBER AMERICA FOR 25 YEARS UNTIL 2020 AND HE USES THOSE BONA FIDES TO BOLSTER HIS ARGUMENT OPPOSING A BILL CURRENTLY UNDER CONSIDERATION IN THE MONTANA LEGISLATURE THAT WOULD MAKE IT THE SEVENTEENTH CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY STATE IN THE NATION. THE MISSOULIAN PUBLISHED A COLUMN BY BUSSE YESTERDAY IN WHICH HE STATES HIS CASE AGAINST UN-PERMITTED CONCEALED CARRY IN BIG SKY COUNTRY. SEE STORY.A PROPOSAL TO LET LAW-ABIDING ADULTS IN UTAH CARRY A CONCEALED FIREARM WITHOUT A PERMIT MOVED ONE STEP CLOSER TO FINAL PASSAGE ON TUESDAY, BREEZING THROUGH THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON A LARGELY PARTY-LINE VOTE. THE BILL’S SPONSOR, REP. WALT BROOKS, ARGUED TO HIS HOUSE COLLEAGUES THAT CONCEALED-CARRY PERMITS DO NOTHING TO SUPPRESS GUN VIOLENCE AND SAID 19 STATES HAVE DISPENSED WITH THE REQUIREMENT.

GA – HOME DEFENSE – No charges filed after gun owner shoots and kills three teens breaking into his home at 4 a.m. (VIDEOS)

A man in Georgia shot and killed three teenagers as they attempted to rob residents of the home. The incident happened at about 4 a.m. Monday morning in Rockdale County, Georgia. Law enforcement said the three teens, with their faces covered, one 15-year-old and two 16-year-olds, approached three residents in the front yard of a home in an attempt to rob them, according to WSB-TV 2. Two of the teens were siblings and were identified by their aunt, LaShawn Thornton, as 16-year-old Isaiah Reid and 15-year-old Jaime Hernandez. One of the youths allegedly pulled out a gun and fired a few shots, prompting one of the residents, reportedly a male truck driver who owns a semi-automatic rifle and is protective of his mother, to return fire and shoot all three. The homeowner called 911 after the shooting. “The victims of the attempted robbery were all uninjured, but the three attempted robbery suspects were all shot during the exchange of gunfire and succumbed to their injuries, one on scene and two at a local hospital after being transported,” the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. Neighbors heard the early-morning gunfire and ran out to see what was happening. “It was five shots, and then, it sounded like a handgun. Then I heard somebody have an assault rifle. And it was a slew of shots that came out,” neighbor Carlos Watson said. Another neighbor, Brian Jenkins said, “I heard a guy yelling for help. ‘Help me, help me, I’m dying, I’m dying, help me, help me.’”  [full article]

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