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Why Gun Sales Are Powering Investors’ Portfolios

Posted by jhingarat21 on 23rd Oct 2015

LAKEWOOD, Colorado — Every Tuesday evening is ladies’ night at BluCore Shooting Center, a gun range near a busy intersection in this Denver suburb that looks out onto the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.In addition to selling shooting time and offering training, the front of the store is full of for-sale rifles, handguns, shotguns, ammunition and accessories – including women’s purses designed to carry a concealed weapon. One brand is called “Concealed Carrie.”“There is a trend toward new shoot
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Don’t Take Away Retired Cops’ Concealed Guns

Posted by jhingarat21 on 3rd Sep 2015

The Times believes that retired police officers should not be exempt from laws restricting firearms possession at schools. California law allows an honorably retired peace officer to carry a concealed weapon with the approval of the officer’s agency from which he retired. Concealed-carry approval is renewable every five years.Federal law allows an honorably retired officer to carry a concealed weapon nationwide as long as the officer meets the requirements stated in the law. That means the offic
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DeKalb Co. Sheriff’s Deputies to Carry Guns while Off Duty

Posted by jhingarat21 on 27th Aug 2015

Sheriff Harris said all deputies will carry a gun at all times. DEKALB COUNTY, AL (WAFF) –The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office is purchasing guns for all certified deputies to carry at all times while off duty.Sheriff Jimmy Harris announced that he was changing the policy at the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office to where all certified deputies were to carry a concealed weapon on them at all times while off duty.The department said his decision to do so was based on events occurring all over
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D.C. Residents would Feel Safer if they could Carry a Concealed Weapon

Posted by jhingarat21 on 17th Aug 2015

                 Assault weapons and handguns for sale in Springfield, Ill. (Seth Perlman/Associated Press)The Aug. 3 Metro article “Struggling to feel safe in rising tide of violence” showed why D.C. residents need more freedom to carry a concealed weapon. As a Mississippian, I grew up feeling safe because I knew I could defend myself if my life was threatened.Unfortunately, I do not feel safe in the District.Similar to the victim presented in t
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