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In Quiet Woods, a Clamorous Gun Debate

Posted by jhingarat21 on 19th Aug 2015

Dave Joseph, left, and his son, Casey, right, loaded guns for target shooting this month on land owned by the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.  SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah — As a lover of ancient rock art, Steve Acerson usually roams Utah’s backcountry searching for images of hunters and rams carved on boulders and canyon walls. But one morning, on a hillside speckled with those prehistoric petroglyphs, he was also finding signs of a younger civilization: Shotgu
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Never-Ending Debate: Do Concealed Guns Make Us Safer?

Posted by jhingarat21 on 11th Aug 2015

Phill Groff shows some of the popular concealed carry weapons at Trop gun shop. (Richard Hertzler/Staff)Between 2005 and 2014, more than 123,000 handguns were purchased in Lancaster County. In the same period, nearly 60,000 concealed-carry permits were issued. Both figures mirror national trends.So is the county — and the country —safer as a result?The answer is, nobody knows for sure. But everyone has an opinion.According to LNP records,  Lancaster County gun owners used their weapons to s
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Open Carry Activists At Protests: Good Or Bad?

Posted by jhingarat21 on 8th Aug 2015

Beavercreek, Ohio (TFC) – Recently, there have been a number of demonstrations and events at which activists chose to openly display firearms for one reason or another. The practice has sparked a lot of debate within the activist community. Before delving into a subject like this it’s probably important to establish my personal practices regarding the subject. I don’t open carry. Ever. It’s a safe bet that if you ever seen me with a firearm, society as we know it has collapsed. I don’t even own
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