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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Wildlife federation plans massive expansion thanks to donation Gun violence isn’t just a U.S. problem FBI says it’s trying to rebuild public trust after botched tip before Florida school shooting Florida school shooting: Sheriff’s office received 20 calls about suspect, officials say The Swiss Have Liberal Gun Laws, Too President Trump Caves to Gun Control Demands, Moves to Ban Gun Parts –– COMMENTARY –– Stricter Canadian Gun Owner Mental Health Screening Demanded in the Wake of Florida School Shooting In the wake of every mass shooting, the media-presented solution is always the same –– more restrictions on the people...

Wildlife federation plans massive expansion thanks to donation Gun violence isn’t just a U.S. problem FBI says it’s trying to rebuild public trust after botched tip before Florida school shooting Florida school shooting: Sheriff’s office received 20 calls about...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Nunavik Inuit oppose Quebec’s new gun registry Beware: The United Nations Is Taking Aim at Ammo Sopuck Video: Those of us who hunt are the best friends wildlife ever had ‘The Trump slump’: Remington files for bankruptcy as gun sales tumble Up In Arms: German Small Arms Ownership Soars 85% In Under 2 Years What Type of Gun Is Used in Biathlon? Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Sport 10/22 Magazine Update –– COMMENTARY –– Lost Police Magazines and the Civilian Dilemma Way back on January 10, 2018, news broke of a Winnipeg police officer who lost...

Nunavik Inuit oppose Quebec’s new gun registry Beware: The United Nations Is Taking Aim at Ammo Sopuck Video: Those of us who hunt are the best friends wildlife ever had ‘The Trump slump’: Remington files for bankruptcy as gun...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Quebec failed to consult Inuit on long-gun registry, Makivik Corp. says Canmore Olympians Crawford, Davies aiming for biathlon gold Governor Mead thinks guns could be Wyoming’s growth industry American guns are killing our neighbors in Canada and Mexico Calls for stricter rules on air guns after 26 reported attacks on animals in Cheshire –– COMMENTARY –– Media continues to push the lie that “most crime guns are domestically sourced” On January 13, 2018, a bullet fired from a drug dealer’s gun ended 15-year-old Alfred Wong’s life. He died in the back seat of his parents’ vehicle as it traveled...

Quebec failed to consult Inuit on long-gun registry, Makivik Corp. says Canmore Olympians Crawford, Davies aiming for biathlon gold Governor Mead thinks guns could be Wyoming’s growth industry American guns are killing our neighbors in Canada and Mexico Calls...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Study Shows Dramatic Upswing in Women’s Participation in Shooting Sports Swedish Police Officer Admits Hand Grenades Are Easy to Find for Criminals Simone, Savage lead biathletes Henley leads Kenora biathletes –– COMMENTARY ––  WHAT CAN TONY ROBBINS TEACH US ABOUT MASS SHOOTINGS? Psychologists from Abraham Maslow to Anthony Robbins teach us all human behaviour is driven by six core needs, listed in their order of importance and power in our lives – certainty, variety, significance, love and connection, personal growth and contribution. What Drives Us The first four –– certainty, variety, significance, love and connection ––make up our basic...

Study Shows Dramatic Upswing in Women’s Participation in Shooting Sports Swedish Police Officer Admits Hand Grenades Are Easy to Find for Criminals Simone, Savage lead biathletes Henley leads Kenora biathletes –– COMMENTARY ––  WHAT CAN TONY ROBBINS TEACH US...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Office of Administrative Law approves DOJ’s proposed ‘assault weapon’ regulations — Lawsuit soon to be filed The Office of Administrative Law recently officially approved DOJ’s proposed “bullet-button assault weapon” regulations. These regulations are a result of the enactment of Senate Bill 880 and Assembly Bill 1135, both of which classify certain firearms required to be equipped with “bullet buttons” as “assault weapons” under California law.  READ MORE New webinar: Recently Approved ‘Bullet-Button Assault Weapon’ Regulations CRPA’s most recent webinar, Recently Approved “Bullet-Button Assault Weapon” Regulations, provides a detailed explanation of how to register your firearms and how to determine...

Office of Administrative Law approves DOJ’s proposed ‘assault weapon’ regulations — Lawsuit soon to be filed The Office of Administrative Law recently officially approved DOJ’s proposed “bullet-button assault weapon” regulations. These regulations are a result of the enactment of...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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Attention California gun owners! CRPA/NRA future webinar Late last year, the California Department of Justice released a series of proposed administrative / executive regulations that defined certain legal terms in a way that turned thousands of previously legal firearms into newly classified “assault weapons,” and also banned the possession of so-called “large-capacity” magazines. The lack of clarifying regulations regarding the registration of newly classified “assault weapons” and newly banned “large capacity” magazines has left many gun owners in the dark about how to comply with the laws.  READ MORE National concealed carry reciprocity this term? Not so fast. The...

Attention California gun owners! CRPA/NRA future webinar Late last year, the California Department of Justice released a series of proposed administrative / executive regulations that defined certain legal terms in a way that turned thousands of previously legal firearms...

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on March 1, 2018 in E News

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AB 757 struck down while AB 521 moves on The Assembly Public Safety Committee recently struck down AB 757, which would have made California a “shall issue” state, leaving law-abiding Californians in certain counties to deal with an over burdensome process when attempting to acquire a CCW permit.  READ MORE All you need is one gun By Joshua Fry “Beware the man with one gun, for he probably knows how to use it.” Most of us in the shooting community have heard this quote at one point or another, and I firmly believe in this philosophy. As a law...

AB 757 struck down while AB 521 moves on The Assembly Public Safety Committee recently struck down AB 757, which would have made California a “shall issue” state, leaving law-abiding Californians in certain counties to deal with an over...

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on June 14, 2016 in Gun Page World News

LGBTQ Gun Rights Group on Orlando: ‘Guns Didn’t Do This, A Human Who Hated Gays Did’

by Katie Pavlich The Pink Pistols, an LBGTQ group dedicated to protecting the gun rights of gay and transgendered individuals, has issued a response to the Orlando terror attack and to calls for gun bans. The group is urging the public not to jump to conclusions and to focus on the violent acts carried out by ISIS follower Omar Mateen, not on the tool he used. “The Pink Pistols gives condolences to all family and friends of those killed and injured at Pulse,” First Speaker of the Pink Pistols Gwendolyn Patton said in a statement. “This is exactly the kind… View Article

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on June 14, 2016 in Gun Page

Why It’s Time to Repeal the Second Amendment

“[It] needs to be repealed because it is outdated, a threat to liberty and a suicide pact,” says constitutional law professor By David S. Cohen I teach the Constitution for a living. I revere the document when it is used to further socialjustice and make our country a moreinclusive one. I admire the Founders for establishing a representative democracy that has survived for over two centuries. Sidebar Everything You Need to Know About the AR-15 Used in Orlando » But sometimes we just have to acknowledge that the Founders and the Constitution are wrong. This is one of those...

“[It] needs to be repealed because it is outdated, a threat to liberty and a suicide pact,” says constitutional law professor By David S. Cohen I teach the Constitution for a living. I revere the document when it is...

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