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on December 29, 2017 in Gun Page

California’s New Gun Laws Are a Mess

California has over 6 million gunowners, and it seems like almost all of them are confused. The state’s gun laws have been some of the strictest in the nation for years, but new bills have managed to make its laws even harsher and more complicated. Add pending court challenges, shifting deadlines and misinformation, and the state is left with gun owners who are unsure about everything from where they can purchase ammunition, whether ownership of high-capacity magazines is legal or illegal, and what’s classified as an assault weapon — all of which leads to slumping gun sales. Here are the… View Article

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on December 21, 2017 in Featured Gun Page World News

3 Thugs Roll up to House for Drive-by… Man Makes Best Argument for AR-15s

By Gabrielle Cintorino Two would-be criminals are dead and another was injured when a homeowner fired shots at the trio in self-defense. According to KPRC-TV, the incident happened in May 2017 in a North Houston neighborhood. Around 2:15 a.m., four men were driving by a home in a Nissan sedan and started firing rounds at the homeowner. More than 40 rounds were fired, but none of them hit the homeowner. Thankfully, the homeowner had a concealed carry license and returned fire at the moving vehicle with his AR-15. full story at https://conservativetribune.com/best-argument-for-ar-15s/

By Gabrielle Cintorino Two would-be criminals are dead and another was injured when a homeowner fired shots at the trio in self-defense. According to KPRC-TV, the incident happened in May 2017 in a North Houston neighborhood. Around 2:15 a.m., four...

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on December 17, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Andrew Cuomo to Parlay Heightened Sexual Assault Tensions into Firearm Confiscation

by AWR Hawkins New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) wants to parlay our nation’s heightened sexual assault atmosphere into new opportunities for firearm confiscation. He is doing this by seeking changes in state law that will make various misdemeanor convictions sufficient grounds for forfeiture of Second Amendment rights. According to TIME, Cuomo wants misdemeanor convictions of domestic abuse to be treated on a par with felony convictions. New York law currently requires that firearms be surrendered by those convicted of a felony in this category of crime and Cuomo wants to expand that to include those convicted of misdemeanors...

by AWR Hawkins New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) wants to parlay our nation’s heightened sexual assault atmosphere into new opportunities for firearm confiscation. He is doing this by seeking changes in state law that will make various misdemeanor...

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on December 14, 2017 in Gun Page

St. Louis Mayor: Give Us Your Guns, We’ll Give You Groceries

by AWR Hawkins St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson (D) is reacting to the rising crime in her city by offering to give people groceries in exchange for their firearms. She will do this via the kind of buyback program that Democrats in other cities have unsuccessfully implemented around the country. On December 8, 2017, KSDK reported that St. Louis had witnessed more murders in 2017 than in any year since 1995. On December 11 the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department listed the number of murders, year-to-date, at 197. The SLMPD shows that 185 of those 197 murders were carried...

by AWR Hawkins St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson (D) is reacting to the rising crime in her city by offering to give people groceries in exchange for their firearms. She will do this via the kind of buyback program...

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on December 13, 2017 in Gun Page

California’s War on Guns Broadens to a War on Ammunition Beginning January 1, 2018

by AWR Hawkins California’s war on guns will soon broaden to a war on ammunition as a ban on the possession of bullets purchased out-of-state takes effect January 1, 2018. This is one of many steps going into effect which will quickly place ammunition under controls similar to those which Democrat lawmakers have placed on firearms. According to the Sacramento Bee, it will also be illegal “to transfer or buy ammo” from anyone other than a licensed dealer within the state, beginning January 1. California residents can order ammunition from a catalog as long as they have that ammunition...

by AWR Hawkins California’s war on guns will soon broaden to a war on ammunition as a ban on the possession of bullets purchased out-of-state takes effect January 1, 2018. This is one of many steps going into effect...

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on December 12, 2017 in Gun Page

Gun-Controlled Chicago: Concealed Permit Holder Shoots Robbery Suspect

by AWR Hawkins Police indicate that a concealed carry permit holder shot and critically wounded a robbery suspect on Chicago’s South Side Tuesday morning. The incident occurred around 2 a.m. According to the Sun-Times Media Wire, a 27-year-old permit holder was pulling his car into a lot on “the 9100 block of South Blackstone” when a male suspect approached with a weapon drawn. Chicago Police say the permit holder was able to draw his gun and open fire, shooting the robbery in the suspect in the chest. The suspect was rushed to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in critical condition....

by AWR Hawkins Police indicate that a concealed carry permit holder shot and critically wounded a robbery suspect on Chicago’s South Side Tuesday morning. The incident occurred around 2 a.m. According to the Sun-Times Media Wire, a 27-year-old permit holder...

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on December 8, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Father Protects Family, Shoots Robbery Suspect Dead in Popeye’s Restaurant

by AWR Hawkins A father eating at a Popeye’s restaurant shot and killed a robbery suspect to protect his family. The incident occurred Wednesday just before 9 p.m. in San Antonio, Texas. According to Fox 29, 32-year-old Carlos Molina was eating with his family when 19-year-old Andres Herrera walked into the Popeye’s and pointed a gun at him. Herrera “demanded his property.” Molina assured Herrera he had spent all his money in buying dinner for his family and asked the armed man to please allow his family to leave to unharmed. During the exchange more of Molina’s family members emerged...

by AWR Hawkins A father eating at a Popeye’s restaurant shot and killed a robbery suspect to protect his family. The incident occurred Wednesday just before 9 p.m. in San Antonio, Texas. According to Fox 29, 32-year-old Carlos Molina was...

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on December 6, 2017 in Gun Page

Jerry Henry: the Importance of National Reciprocity

by Jerry Henry Today, way too many people, in my opinion, are too frivolous with not only their God-given rights but those enumerated in the Constitution as well. These rights represent the very essence of life in the United States and without these rights or the free exercise thereof, we become no better off than any other country on Earth.  None of the enumerated rights in the Constitution are more important than those enumerated in the Second Amendment, i.e., the right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment was written into the Constitution’s Bill of Rights in order...

by Jerry Henry Today, way too many people, in my opinion, are too frivolous with not only their God-given rights but those enumerated in the Constitution as well. These rights represent the very essence of life in the United...

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on December 6, 2017 in Gun Page

Rep. Richard Hudson: National Reciprocity Tells ‘Liberal Elites’ We Will Keep Our Guns

by AWR Hawkins On December 6 Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) tweeted that national reciprocity is a way to tell “liberal elites” we will keep our guns, and our right to self-defense. His tweet comes hours before his national reciprocity legislation, Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, goes to the House Floor for a vote. Hudson tweeted, “The American people are sick of liberal elites in New York and San Francisco trying to tell us we don’t have the right to defend ourselves and  our families.” He used the tweet to go directly at leftist, elitist claims that national reciprocity...

by AWR Hawkins On December 6 Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) tweeted that national reciprocity is a way to tell “liberal elites” we will keep our guns, and our right to self-defense. His tweet comes hours before his national reciprocity...

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