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Alabama Sheriffs Question Gun Laws in Wake of Rusty Houser Shooting

Posted by jhingarat21 on 13th Aug 2015

Alabama’s sheriffs are speaking out about what they call serious concerns with the state’s gun laws, according to Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor.Flanked at the Russell County Courthouse Tuesday morning by a dozen sheriffs from Morgan County in the north to Marengo County in the south, Taylor used recent Louisiana theater shooter Rusty Houser, a former Phenix City resident, as an example of how legislative changes to Alabama’s gun laws have handcuffed law enforcement’s ability to protect the
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New Rifle, New Rules: Strict Safety that comes with Buying a semi-automatic Rifle in West Michigan

Posted by jhingarat21 on 8th Aug 2015

WYOMING, Mich. – Driving northbound US-131 near 28 Street, you will see five ads circulating on a billboard for a Wyoming gun range, but one of them may shock you.On it, Silver Bullet Firearms advertises they are the only West Michigan dealer for a Kalashnikov, a semi-automatic sporting rifle now made the in the U.S.With an import ban, Kalashnikovs are now made in the U.S., and being sold in only a few locations. Silver Bullet managers told FOX 17 the only reason the gun is showcased on their bi
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Some Tennessee National Guard Recruiters will be Packing Heat under New Rules

Posted by jhingarat21 on 8th Aug 2015

Bullet holes are still visible in the front windows of the Armed Forces Career Center on Lee Highway on July 19.NASHVILLE — When Tennessee National Guard recruiters return to their storefront stations, select members will be packing federally issued 9 mm handguns to defend themselves from would-be future attacks like the July 16 assault on a U.S. military training center in Chattanooga.The move, a major departure from past policy, was announced along with other steps Thursday by Maj. Gen. Max Ha
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Lawmakers calls on gun retailers to close ‘Charleston Loophole’

Posted by jhingarat21 on 4th Aug 2015

A baker’s dozen of the Senate Democratic Caucus to include Jack Reed, Charles Schumer and Dianne Feinstein are asking the gun industry to change how it makes transfers. (Photo: reed.senate.gov)A group of 13 Senate Democrats are challenging the nation’s licensed gun dealers to stop transferring firearms to those who do not complete a background check.The group is seeking to have the industry itself close what is increasingly termed the “Charleston Loophole,” the exception in place since 1993 to t
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