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ABOUT 100,000 PEOPLE HUNT DEER IN KANSAS EACH YEAR, WITH NEARLY 80,000 DEER BEING KILLED. IN THE NEXT WEEK AND A HALF MORE DEER WILL BE HUNTED THAN ANYTIME DURING THE YEAR. THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE, PARKS, AND TOURISM (KDWPT) LIMITS RIFLE HUNTING TO JUST 12 DAYS. UP UNTIL NOW, HUNTERS HAVE ONLY ALLOWED BEEN ALLOWED TO HUNT USING A BOW OR A MUZZLELOADER.BAKERSFIELD FOUR-LOCATION GUN STORE SECOND AMENDMENT SPORTS HAS SOLD TO A LARGE, RANCHO CUCAMONGA-BASED CHAIN AT WHAT HAS BEEN A BUMPY TIME FOR THE NATION'S FIREARM RETAILERS. TURNER'S OUTDOORSMAN, A 49-YEAR-OLD COMPANY WITH 29 STORES, SAID WEDNESDAY ITS PURCHASE OF SECOND AMENDMENT WILL EXPAND ITS REACH INTO NEW REGIONS AND ALLOW IT TO "CONTINUE TO OFFER LOYAL CUSTOMERS THE SUPERIOR PRODUCTS, EXCEPTIONAL VALUE AND OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE THAT BOTH THESE BRANDS ARE KNOWN FOR.”THE CADDO PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS SET TO HAVE ITS ANNUAL GUN SAFETY COURSE IN MID-DECEMBER TO TEACH CHILDREN ABOUT THE PROPER USE OF WEAPONS THEY MAY RECEIVE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON. ACCORDING TO CPSO, THE FREE TRAINING SESSION IS FOR KIDS WHO ARE AGES EIGHT THROUGH 12. THE COURSE WILL TEACH CHILDREN THE FUNDAMENTALS BASICS OF FIREARMS AND PROPER SAFETY PROCEDURES.AFTER SOMEONE SHOT EIGHT PEOPLE IN A LOCAL MALL, THE MAYOR OF WAUWATOSA, WIS., DENNIS MCBRIDE (D), ACTUALLY SAID, “GUNS HAVE NO PLACE IN SHOPPING MALLS OR OTHER PLACES IN WHICH CROWDS OF PEOPLE GATHER. MAYFAIR (MALL) HAS A STRICT NO-GUN POLICY. IF THE SHOOTER HAD COMPLIED WITH THAT POLICY, NO ONE WOULD HAVE BEEN HURT YESTERDAY.”A LOCAL FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR WANTS TO MAKE SURE WOMEN ARE PROPERLY TRAINED TO USE FIREARMS. MELISSA RANKIN IS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO STARTED A FIREARMS TRAINING BUSINESS FOR WOMEN CALLED, “SHE’S A PISTOL.” RANKIN SAYS SHE STARTED GETTING REQUESTS FROM WOMEN TO LEARN HOW TO USE THE GUNS THEY PURCHASED. “LEARNING TO SHOOT IS PHYSICAL. I AM ABLE TO PUT MY HANDS ON THEM IN A WAY THAT MIGHT BE AWKWARD IF A MAN WAS DOING THAT,” RANKIN SAID.

VT – GUN POLITICS – Scott vetoes bill on gun purchases

Gov. Phil Scott announced Monday evening that he has vetoed SB 169, gun control legislation that would have required Vermonters to wait 24-hours to buy a handgun. “Last year, I called for and signed a package of historic gun safety reforms because I believe they make schools, communities, families and individuals safer, while upholding Vermonters’ constitutional rights,” Scott said in an emailed statement. He listed the accomplishments of those reforms: universal background checks, extreme risk protection orders, the ability of police to seize firearms from domestic violence situations and an increase in the minimum age to purchase guns from 18 to 21.  [full article]

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