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MORE THAN 42,000 NEW HUNTERS HAVE NOW COMPLETED THE NEW YORK STATE ONLINE HUNTER SAFETY TRAINING COURSE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE A HUNTING LICENSE WITH FREE TIME AT HOME. MORE THAN 12,000 HAVE COMPLETED THE BOWHUNTING COURSE, AS WELL. THEIR GOAL, THIS FALL, WILL BE FRESH VENISON IN THE FREEZER.THE BUCKS COUNTY WOMEN’S ADVOCACY COALITION (BCWAC) AND OUR PARTNER NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS FIND IT FRIGHTENING THAT TWO BILLS IN HARRISBURG WOULD MAKE ALL OF US LESS SAFE. HB 1747 AND HB 2440 ARE QUICKLY MOVING THROUGH THE STATE HOUSE AND NOW THE SENATE. BOTH BILLS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO INCREASE VIOLENCE IN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS AND PUT THE LIVES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OUR FAMILIES AT RISK. HB 1747 ALLOWS WEAPONS TO BE OPENLY CARRIED DURING DECLARED STATES OF EMERGENCY, SO INDIVIDUALS CAN BRANDISH A LOADED WEAPON LAWFULLY — NO QUESTIONS ASKED — DURING THESE SITUATIONS.TWO PARENTS CARRIED RIFLES WHILE THEIR DAUGHTER SHOULDERED A BB GUN. OTHERS WORE BRITISH REVOLUTIONARY WAR COSTUMES TO MOCK GOV. GRETCHEN WHITMER’S CORONAVIRUS-PREVENTION POLICIES. AND SOME BLACK DETROITERS WERE THERE ADVOCATING FOR MORE DIVERSITY IN THE GUN RIGHTS MOVEMENT. THEY WERE AMONG ABOUT 1,000 DEMONSTRATORS FROM ACROSS MICHIGAN GATHERED ON THE STATE CAPITOL LAWN THURSDAY IN LANSING TO SUPPORT OPEN-CARRY GUN RIGHTS AND PROTEST A RECENT PUSH TO BAN GUNS FROM THE CAPITOL BUILDING.REMINGTON ARMS, THE OLDEST GUNMAKER IN AMERICA, WAS FORCED TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY AFTER ITS PRIVATE-EQUITY OWNERS PUT THE COMPANY UNDER A HEAVY DEBT BURDEN, MAKING THE GUNS AND AMMO MANUFACTURER INCAPABLE OF BENEFITING FROM THE MASSIVE TURNAROUND UNDERWAY IN THE FIREARMS MARKET THIS YEAR. NOW, REMINGTON IS LOOKING TO SELL OFF ITS AMMUNITION BUSINESS AND HAS ACCEPTED A STALKING HORSE BID OF $65 MILLION FROM JJE CAPITAL, THE PRIVATE-EQUITY FIRM THAT OWNS PALMETTO STATE ARMORY, A SOUTH CAROLINA-BASED FIREARMS MANUFACTURER.THE SHOOTING, HUNTING AND OUTDOOR TRADE (SHOT) SHOW IS SCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE JAN. 19-21 IN LAS VEGAS, NV, AND TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF PROFESSIONALS ATTENDING BEING EXPOSED TO COVID-19, A PAIR OF THE INDUSTRY’S FOREMOST HAVE STEPPED FORWARD TO MAKE SIZEABLE DONATIONS. GEISSELE AUTOMATICS IS PROVIDING 250,000 MASKS AND 52,500 BOTTLES OF HAND SANITIZER WILL BE AVAILABLE, COURTESY OF OTIS TECHNOLOGIES. THE TRADE SHOW ANNUALLY ATTRACTS MORE THAN 50,000 PEOPLE FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE.

MO – HOME DEFENSE – Couple seen pointing guns at Missouri protesters says actions were ‘in fear of imminent harm’ (VIDEO)

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is now investigating a husband and wife who were seen in photos pointing guns at protesters outside their home along a private street in St. Louis on Sunday night. All of the property in the neighborhood is private, including the streets and sidewalks, according to Al Watkins, the couple’s attorney. Protesters were headed to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson’s home around 7:20 p.m. on a nearby private street. Protesters allegedly ripped through a locked gate to enter Portland Place, police said. The gate is damaged and now held up with chains. On Monday, Watkins identified his clients as Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who are also attorneys. In the statement, Watkins said the McCloskeys wanted to “set the record straight” about the protest and the actions of a few individuals who chose to exploit the otherwise peaceful protest to place the couple in fear of “imminent harm.” They are properly trained with the weapons you see in the photos, Watkins said. The McCloskeys support Black Lives Matter, Watkins said, pointing out that their client base largely consists of persons of color in personal injury and civil rights cases. Watkins went on to explain that peaceful protesters were not the subject of scorn or disdain by the couple, and the McCloskeys were expecting and supportive of the message of the protesters. “Their actions were borne solely of fear and apprehension, the genesis of which was not race-related. In fact, the agitators responsible for the trepidation were white,” Watkins said. Two white males among the more than 500 protesters threatened the couple, Watkins said. The McCloskeys responded by calling the police, going into their restored mansion, getting their firearms, and protecting themselves along with their property, Watkins said. “There were two individuals that stuck out like sore thumbs because they were violent. They ripped a 100-year-old wrought iron gate and bent it. They did so in a fashion that was accompanied by derisive commentary,” Watkins said.  [full article]

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