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on March 19, 2018 in Gun Page World News

High School Students Allegedly Suspended for Snapchat Photo of Visit to Gun Range

by AWR Hawkins Two High School students in New Jersey’s Lacey School District were allegedly suspended for posting  a Snapchat photo of a visit to the gun range. NJ.com reports that photo showed “four rifles, ammunition [magazines], and a gun duffel bag.” One of the students captioned the photo with “Fun day at the range.” The photo was passed among students and eventually caught the attention of the Lacey Township High School administration. The two students subsequently received in-school suspension for five days, for allegedly violating the school’s weapons policy. The school immediately faced a backlash over the suspensions,...

by AWR Hawkins Two High School students in New Jersey’s Lacey School District were allegedly suspended for posting  a Snapchat photo of a visit to the gun range. NJ.com reports that photo showed “four rifles, ammunition [magazines], and a...

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on March 13, 2018 in Gun Page World News

16 Texas Teachers Use Their Day Off To Get Gun Training

by Hank Berrien On Saturday, 16 Texas teachers used their day off to receive training on how to shoot guns, “We want to help,” said Tim Bulot, owner of Strategic Weapons Academy of Texas in Ennis, who offered the lessons for free in a class titled, “Defensive Pistol Training for Teachers.” Bulot, a tactical sergeant with the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office, decided to offer the class after the massacre on Valentine’s Day in Parkland, Florida. He said, “This is the first time I’ve done anything like this; normally it’s police officers, SWAT teams, and then overseas contractors is what we...

by Hank Berrien On Saturday, 16 Texas teachers used their day off to receive training on how to shoot guns, “We want to help,” said Tim Bulot, owner of Strategic Weapons Academy of Texas in Ennis, who offered the lessons...

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on March 13, 2018 in Gun Page World News

Wyoming Lawmakers Pass Stand Your Ground, Send to Governor’s Desk

by AWR Hawkins The Wyoming legislature passed stand your ground legislation and sent it to Gov. Matt Mead’s (R) desk for a signature. The legislation, HB 168, protects law-abiding citizens who have to use deadly force in defense of their lives. The NRA-ILA reports that “Wyoming currently has no statutory provision excluding a mandatory duty to retreat for those who are assaulted, without fault, in a place other than the home.” Wyoming’s castle doctrine removed the mandate to retreat inside the home, and HB 168 would remove any requirement to do so outside one’s residence. The Associated Press reports...

by AWR Hawkins The Wyoming legislature passed stand your ground legislation and sent it to Gov. Matt Mead’s (R) desk for a signature. The legislation, HB 168, protects law-abiding citizens who have to use deadly force in defense of...

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on March 12, 2018 in Gun Page World News

Liberals Worry Government Agencies Might Be Held Responsible For Parkland Shooting, Not The NRA

by Jim Hoft Guest post by Mike LaChance at American Lookout:  Local and federal authorities dropped the ball on the Parkland shooter. They are partially responsible for what happened. The NRA had nothing to do with it, but that’s who liberals want to blame. The Daily Beast recently showed just how backwards the left’s thinking is on this. See the tweet below: Rising fears that the main Senate committee hearing dedicated to the Parkland shooting will become a session to brow-beat the FBI and local law enforcement and not discuss gun measures. https://t.co/p8lQxn7vqH — Sam Stein (@samstein) March 10,...

by Jim Hoft Guest post by Mike LaChance at American Lookout:  Local and federal authorities dropped the ball on the Parkland shooter. They are partially responsible for what happened. The NRA had nothing to do with it, but that’s...

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on March 12, 2018 in Gun Page World News

Trump to Buck NRA, Push to Raise Minimum Rifle Purchase Age to 21

by AWR Hawkins President Trump will buck the NRA with a Sunday night announcement in which he call for raising the minimum purchase age for long guns to 21. The current minimum age for long gun purchases is 18. Trump has been vacillating between various pieces of gun-related legislation since the heinous February 14 attack on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Fox News reports he is now ready to announce at least four recommendations. The first of these four is raising the minimum purchase age for rifles to 21 and the second is working with the Department of...

by AWR Hawkins President Trump will buck the NRA with a Sunday night announcement in which he call for raising the minimum purchase age for long guns to 21. The current minimum age for long gun purchases is 18....

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on March 9, 2018 in Gun Page World News

NRA Drops Bombshell Videos After Governor Calls Them A ‘Terrorist Organization’

By Ben Marquis The liberal left have ramped up their rhetoric against gun owners in general and the National Rifle Association in particular as part of their most recent all-out assault against the Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms. Gun owners have been told by some liberals that they are responsible for the children murdered by mass shooters and that they have “blood on their hands,” while the NRA has been labeled a “terrorist organization” that is seemingly on par with al-Qaida, Hamas, the Islamic State group or the Taliban. Nor has that despicable sort of rhetoric...

By Ben Marquis The liberal left have ramped up their rhetoric against gun owners in general and the National Rifle Association in particular as part of their most recent all-out assault against the Second Amendment-protected right to keep and...

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on March 9, 2018 in Gun Page World News

Illinois Bill Requiring 18-20-Year-Olds to Hand Over Certain Semi-Automatic Firearms Moves to Senate

by AWR Hawkins A bill requiring 18-20 year olds to hand over or transfer ownership of heretofore legally possessed “assault weapons” is gaining sponsors in the Illinois Senate after passing the House last month. The bill, HB 1465, was sponsored in the House by Rep. Michelle Mussman (D-Schaumburg) and passed by a vote of 64-51 on February 28. After being introduced in the upper house by Senate President John Cullerton (D-Chicago), the bill has added seven co-sponsors in the last week. Notable among them was Sen. Jim Oberweis (R-Sugar Grove), the NRA “A” rated 2014 Republican nominee for U.S. Senate....

by AWR Hawkins A bill requiring 18-20 year olds to hand over or transfer ownership of heretofore legally possessed “assault weapons” is gaining sponsors in the Illinois Senate after passing the House last month. The bill, HB 1465, was...

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on March 8, 2018 in Gun Page

CrossBreed SuperTuck Holsters: All Day Carry Comfort

by AWR Hawkins CrossBreed SuperTuck holsters offer all day comfort for concealed permit holders carrying pistols of shapes and sizes. The SuperTuck is designed for inside the waistband carry, which means it sits between the permit holder’s pants/jeans and waist. The holster is wide enough to disperse the weight and shape of the gun, making carry so comfortable that it is easy to forget one is even carrying a firearm. Breitbart News has done an lengthy review of the standard SuperTuck, carrying a Heckler and Koch VP 40 on a daily basis. The VP 40 is hefty – weighing 28.9...

by AWR Hawkins CrossBreed SuperTuck holsters offer all day comfort for concealed permit holders carrying pistols of shapes and sizes. The SuperTuck is designed for inside the waistband carry, which means it sits between the permit holder’s pants/jeans and...

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on March 8, 2018 in Gun Page World News

Florida House Democratic Caucus Votes Unanimously to Ensure Teachers Cannot Shoot Back if Attacked

by AWR Hawkins Florida’s House Democratic Caucus voted unanimously Tuesday to ensure that teachers cannot shoot back if under attack. All 41 members voted against allowing teachers and school staff to undergo training to be armed for self-defense. The Tampa Bay Timesreports that the House, nevertheless, voted 71-42 in favor of arming teachers. The Florida Senate voted prior to the House, adopting a “first-in-the-nation” program that will “train as many as 10 school personnel to carry firearms in every school.” The Senate’s bill allows school districts to arm “custodians, principals, librarians and counselors,” instead of teachers, which is a...

by AWR Hawkins Florida’s House Democratic Caucus voted unanimously Tuesday to ensure that teachers cannot shoot back if under attack. All 41 members voted against allowing teachers and school staff to undergo training to be armed for self-defense. The...

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on March 7, 2018 in Gun Page World News

CNN Admits: U.S. Town Where Guns Are Required Has Had Only 1 Murder in 6 Years

by AWR Hawkins CNN admitted in a report on March 6, 2018, that a Georgia town requiring gun ownership has only seen one murder in six years and maintains a violent crime rate of less than two percent. CNN reports that Kennesaw, Georgia, adopted an ordinance in 1982 requiring the head of every household to “maintain a firearm.” CNN suggested the law requiring gun ownership is not actually enforced, but it simultaneously reported that the town of Kennesaw has only witnessed one murder in the past six years. In other words, just the common knowledge that guns are in...

by AWR Hawkins CNN admitted in a report on March 6, 2018, that a Georgia town requiring gun ownership has only seen one murder in six years and maintains a violent crime rate of less than two percent. CNN...

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