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Ex-CNN anchor: ‘The Second Amendment saved my life’

The Daily Mail via CRPA
Former CNN anchor Lynne Russell has spoken out in support of the right to bear arms after her husband’s gun saved her from an armed robber. Lynne Russell, 68, had stopped for the night in Albuquerque, New Mexico when she was reportedly grabbed by an unidentified robber who demanded valuables from her room. But she was saved from the attack after her husband former CNN anchor Chuck de Caro — who has served in the special forces — burst out of the shower and gunned the assailant Tomorio Walton down in the nude. READ MORE

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A soldier and his combat dog both returned from Iraq with PTSD — and found support in each other

The Washington Post
They flew home from Iraq together on a spring day in 2010 on a C-17 cargo plane, the dog in a metal kennel on the floor at the soldier’s feet. When they reached the United States, the soldier went home to his farm in Fountain, Colorado, and the dog was transported to the Army’s military kennels at Fort Carson, about 12 miles north. Sergeant 1st Class Matthew Bessler and the Belgian Malinois named Mike had been part of a canine tactical team with the 10th Special Forces Group based at Fort Carson. Now back home, the days were never longer than when they were apart. It was as if one’s existence was proof of the other’s survival. Both the soldier and the dog had come home with symptoms of post-traumatic stress. READ MORE

Missouri photographer allows soldiers to get a glimpse of home

Southeast Missourian
Will Reynolds hadn’t seen his wife, Nikki, or their daughter, Mackenzie, since he was deployed more than three months ago. And, for security purposes, Nikki isn’t permitted to know where Will is stationed, which makes it feel as if he is even farther away. But if anything could make his deployment easier on him, Nikki thought, the sight of his baby girl toddling around the Mississippi riverfront — the same spot where he proposed to his wife — would be it. READ MORE


Doctors asking patients about guns

Per the NRA, federal law does not require that a question about gun ownership be included in every medical history. In fact, Dr. Timothy Wheeler, head of Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership, says physicians promoting an anti-gun agenda are violating medical ethics by committing a “boundary violation” by asking such a question. READ MORE

Federal judge orders Brady Center to pay ammo dealer’s legal fees after dismissing lawsuit

The Washington Free Beacon via CRPA
A federal judge has ordered that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence pay the legal fees of an online ammunition dealer it sued for the Aurora movie theater shooting. The order comes after Judge Richard P. Matsch dismissed the gun control group’s suit that sought to hold Lucky Gunner legally responsible for the 2012 shooting. The Brady Center had argued in their suit that the way Lucky Gunner sells ammunition is “unreasonably dangerous and create a public nuisance.” READ MORE

Using a shotgun for home defense

By Ken Jolly
My entry into the field of self-defense shotguns is recent and sad. We brought my wife’s brother to our home for hospice care so he could go pain-free with dignity and grace. After his death, it became my task to clear out his apartment. I vaguely remembered he had told me about an old shotgun, but I was surprised at discovering one in the water heater closet. Those helping me clear the house were scared to touch it. Being the only gun guy in the family, I brought it home. READ MORE

9 ways to love the gun you’ve got

American Rifleman
Shooting enthusiasts of every kind have all too often found themselves in possession of a freshly acquired firearm which, for one reason or another, does not live up to expectations. Yes, the gun may be safe to shoot, and it goes bang like it’s supposed to. But the feel or function just isn’t what was hoped for. Before you give up on this new relationship, several less expensive steps can be taken to try and find the rifle, shotgun or handgun you really wanted hiding inside the gun you’ve already got. READ MORE

Affordable handguns for home and personal defense

Bearing Arms
Tim Harmsen of The Military Arms Channel and Dave of Copper Custom give you some pointers on what you can find in terms of self-defense handguns under $400. And, just as importantly, they give you an idea of what to avoid. READ MORE

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