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Anonymous Ferguson Cop: “Get a Gun.”

Posted on November 20, 2014

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FERGUSON, Mo. (CBS ST. LOUIS) – Law enforcement in the Ferguson area are preparing for potential protests and riots following the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown investigation, which is expected sometime this month. Talking to “St. Louis Coptalk” forum, a supposed police officer in the Ferguson area issued a warning to others in […]

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Ghost Gunner: 3-D Home Gun-Making Machine

Written by Gary North on October 2, 2014

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It’s here: a $2,000 machine that lets you crank out the core component of a semi-automatic rifle. It’s called the Ghost Gunner. (This is far less controversial than the Brady Bunch.) And, no, there is no stamped number. There is no paperwork required. You don’t have to register the machine with the BATF. We can […]

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Some Ex-Felons In New Mexico May Regain Second Amendment Rights

Written by John Odermatt on May 23, 2014

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Earlier this month, the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled that successful completion of a deferred sentence restores the Second Amendment rights of a person convicted of a criminal felony offense. This is an extremely important decision in the fight for non-violent felons to regain their natural right of self-defense via firearms ownership. Before we continue […]

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Bet You Didn’t Know A Speeding Bullet Looked Like This

Posted on April 21, 2014

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Everytown for Gun Safety, an anti-gun campaign paid for by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, seemingly posted a photo on its new Facebook page Sunday that had gun owners rolling their eyes. The image features a bullet shooting out of the barrel of a rifle — anyone who has ever fired a rifle should […]

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Chicago Murder Rates Drop After Illinois Passes Conceal Carry Law

Posted on April 5, 2014

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In July of 2013, Illinois became the last state in the union to enact a concealed carry law. In January of this year, the state began accepting applications for permits. This week, Chicago police announced that the city’s first quarter murder rate was the lowest since 1958. Via ABC-affiliate Eye Witness News in the Windy […]

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