People in N.D. will be able to carry a concealed gun without a permit

People in N.D. will be able to carry a concealed gun without a permit

Starting this summer, most people will be able to carry a concealed gun without a permit in North Dakota. North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum signed House Bill 1169 into law Thursday, which says law-abiding citizens who are 18 or older won’t...
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Cullman Targeted For Longest Indoor Gun Range In The Southeast, To Open This Year

Cullman Targeted For Longest Indoor Gun Range In The Southeast, To Open This Year

CULLMAN – Cullman Shooting Sports is bringing what it says is the nation’s longest, above ground, public indoor gun range to Alabama in 2017. It will be the longest indoor gun range in the Southeast. The range, which is already...
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Cop’s AR-15 Dust Cover Inscription Used Against Him in Court

Cop’s AR-15 Dust Cover Inscription Used Against Him in Court

“The Mesa [Arizona] police officer charged with second-degree murder for an on-duty shooting in January pleaded not guilty during his first court appearance Tuesday,” tucsonnewsnow.com reports. Officer Philip Brailsford [above] was released without bond...
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New Republican bill seeks to keep traveling gun owners safe from states with anti-gun laws

New Republican bill seeks to keep traveling gun owners safe from states with anti-gun laws

On Tuesday, Senate Republicans introduced a bill that would protect the rights of gun owners traveling over state lines from falling into the complicated laws that differ in each state. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) introduc...
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House Votes to Repeal Gun Ban for Military Veterans

House Votes to Repeal Gun Ban for Military Veterans

On Thursday the U.S. House voted to repeal the gun ban for military veterans via the passage of the Veterans 2nd Amendment Protection Act. This is the second major gun control bill that the House has voted to repeal since...
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Police believe single gunshot caused panic at Houston Rodeo carnival

Police believe single gunshot caused panic at Houston Rodeo carnival

After a bit of a scare Wednesday night, Houston police say they found no evidence of shots being fired on the grounds of the Houston Rodeo at NRG Stadium. The all-clear was issued around 10:40 p.m., but people on social media...
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Video shows passer-by shooting Florida deputy’s attacker

Video shows passer-by shooting Florida deputy’s attacker

Video recently released by Florida authorities shows the moment a passer-by fatally shot a man attacking a Florida deputy in November. On Nov. 14, Lee County Sheriff’s Deputy Dean Bardes was being attacked by 53-year-old Edward Strother and pleaded for.....
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Palmdale shooter not guilty over firing rifle during standoff with young hoons

Palmdale shooter not guilty over firing rifle during standoff with young hoons

A “CUT-LUNCH commando” who fired a military-grade rifle to “scare the s—” out of some hoons tearing up a neighbour’s paddock has been found not guilty despite telling police he knew it was “illegal” to go around shooting a firearm....
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House approves bill to let people as young as 18 carry a concealed weapon

House approves bill to let people as young as 18 carry a concealed weapon

SALT LAKE CITY — In passionate debate, lawmakers debated a bill that allows people to carry a concealed firearm as young as 18. Rep. Karianne Lisonbee’s House Bill 198 lowers the age for concealed carry in Utah. Discussing her bill...
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New Hampshire: Governor Sununu Signs Constitutional/Permitless Carry Bill Into Law!

New Hampshire: Governor Sununu Signs Constitutional/Permitless Carry Bill Into Law!

Today, in a private signing ceremony, Governor Chris Sununu signed Senate Bill 12 into law.  Similar legislation had been vetoed by former Governor Maggie Hassan for two years in a row, but thanks to your active involvement, law-abiding gun owners will now....
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