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Facebook's Move Against Pro-Gun Groups

Facebook’s Move Against Pro-Gun Groups

We all know what gun control looks like. When Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced last year that the state would no longer recognize out-of-state concealed handgun permits, ending reciprocity for about 6.3 million people who otherwise could legally carry concealed into Virginia, the gun community cried foul. By January, reciprocity was restored with pressure…

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Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Beginning on June 13th, residents of Pitt County, North Carolina will be able to apply for concealed carry permits via an online application. The goal of the new application is faster turnover times and a reduction in cost and paperwork. ”It has always been our mission to provide the greatest customer service to the citizens…

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The ATF Caught Maintaining Illicit Databases

The ATF Caught Maintaining Illicit Databases

Most of us in the pro-gun crowd have a healthy mistrust of government. It comes with the territory. After all, the Second Amendment was not written to protect sporting rights; it exists because we have the right to protect ourselves and our families, as well as the right to protect our republic from tyranny. It…

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ATF Delivers Mixed Message on Civilian Gun Ownership

ATF Delivers Mixed Message on Civilian Gun Ownership

Deputy Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Thomas Brandon delivered a decidedly mixed message on the agency’s role in upholding the Second Amendment. “Public safety is the reason we exist,” he said, speaking to CBS’s Sunday Morning. “ . . . it’s not to take people’s guns. It’s to regulate firearms that…

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Concealed Carrier Playing Pokémon Go Shoots Back

Concealed Carrier Playing Pokémon Go Shoots Back

Around 4AM Monday morning, a group of six people were in a Gary Reese Freedom Park in Las Vegas playing Pokémon Go when a robber and an underage drivers drove up demanding their money and property at gunpoint. Little did the criminals know, one of the players had a concealed carry permit and was carrying his own…

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Burglar Shoots Dog, And That’s When The Owner Returns Home

Burglar Shoots Dog, And That’s When The Owner Returns Home

The moment Ron Sheffield and his wife arrived back at their house last Friday night, they immediately knew something was wrong. “When I pulled in the driveway and saw the side door open and the storm door closed, that shouldn't (have) been that way,” Sheffield said. That’s because Mark Jones, 29, had broken into their Brandenburg,…

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Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban Kids from Using Assault Rifles

Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban Kids from Using Assault Rifles

When lawmakers try to use emotion to pass their agenda, they often implore you to think of the children. Well, Washington Democrats introduced legislation Tuesday that would ban children younger than 16 from using machine guns and so-called military style assault rifles. The bill, called the Help End Assault Rifle Tragedies Act, or HEART Act,…

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Open Carry Advocate Becomes Wanted Man

Open Carry Advocate Becomes Wanted Man

Shortly after shots rang out in Dallas at a Black Lives Matter protest, Mark Hughes found himself in a precarious situation. Hughes was openly carrying a rifle at the protest, an act which is perfectly legal in Texas. But as the confusion and pandemonium of the situation spread, photos of Hughes began showing up on…

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University of Texas Professors Sue to Stop Campus Carry

University of Texas Professors Sue to Stop Campus Carry

In a last ditch effort against the new Texas campus carry law, three University of Texas at Austin professors sued the state and university on Wednesday, citing “dangerously-experimental gun policies” that they claim violate their rights. The lawsuit comes weeks before the new state law takes effect on Aug. 1. The plaintiffs in the case,…

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Minnesota CCW Holder Shot By Police

Minnesota CCW Holder Shot By Police

Falcon Heights Minnesota, just outside of Minneapolis, was the scene of a police involved shooting on Wednesday, July 7th. Officers pulled over 32 year old Philando Castile, allegedly over a broken tail-light. As events unfolded, officers shot Castile several times. According to his mother, Valerie Castile, Philando Castile died at Hennepin County Medical Center two…

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