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Experts Baffled How Sydney Hostage Taker Got Firearm

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How did the Sydney hostage taker obtain a rifle? Reaction to the Sydney siege has ranged from absolute horror to stunned sadness, but as the dust has settled, one question remains: How did Man Haron Monis obtain his firearm? Shortly

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Gun-Free Zone DC Doesn’t Stop Teen from Trying to Rob Resident at Gunpoint

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This was apparently one of several cases in gun-free zone DC involving shootings that day. In this particular case, a teen armed with a sawed-off shotgun approached another man and told him he was being robbed. But the victim didn’t

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Support for Gun Rights at 20-Year High

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The political class has failed to convince the populace to oppose gun rights. This is bad news for the gun-grabbers. In spite of school shootings, more people are in support of gun rights now than they were 20 years ago.

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Texas Man Arrested for Carrying a Gun in Public

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Carrying a gun is a legal action that can get you arrested anyway. In Texas, open carrying a rifle is perfectly legal. By “perfectly legal,” I mean it’s not against the law at all. It’s not a crime. It’s not

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This Robber Wished Red Lobster were a Gun-Free Zone

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Thankfully, Red Lobster hasn’t fallen for Bloomberg’s campaign to make all businesses and establishments gun-free zones. Apparently, the restaurant simply follows respective state laws regarding open and concealed carry. It’s a good thing, because this Las Vegas Red Lobster got

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Michael Bloomberg Debunks Common Gun Myths

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Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety issued a Thanksgiving-themed statement about common gun myths that might pop up in family discussion this Thanksgiving. Here’s The Blaze: “This Thanksgiving when talk around the table turns to politics and current events, you can

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Mom Sued Gun Shop for $6 Million After Fatal Gun Accident, Wins

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A Fulton County, Georgia mom sued the owner of the shop where she purchased her gun 14 years ago, following an incident at home where her 14-year-old son was accidentally shot and killed. She sued for $6 million and won.

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Couple Tied up By 3 Armed Burglars; Man Shoots, Kills One

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A group of three armed burglars knocked on the door of this couple’s house, and when the 62-year-old husband answered the door, he immediately tried closing the door on them, because he didn’t recognize them, and they probably looked threatening.

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Illinois Bakery Owner Shoots at Robber Armed with Toy Gun

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The Illinois baker had no idea that the robber was in possession of a toy gun. It was apparently a large gun, according to the police chief, but it was only a replica. NBC Chicago reported: A bakery owner in

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New Gun Laws Force Museum to Remove Historic WW2 Guns

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In November, Washington state voters passed Initiative 594. The initiative greatly expanded the state’s background checks to include all private gun sales and transfers. It even calls for background checks for when a grandfather passes one of his guns down

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Cop to Ferguson Residents: “I’m Serious, Get a Gun”

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No matter which way the grand jury goes, Ferguson residents need to arm themselves. As of this writing, the grand jury has not yet announced a decision in the Wilson/Brown case. In preparation, the Governor has issued a state of

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School Bus Driver Calls Cops on Kids in Possession of Confetti “Guns”

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A driver calls cops “just in case.” When a Flagler County, Florida school bus driver heard the “pop” sound of a confetti gun on the bus, he thought he should call the cops just in case. There were a couple

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