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AmmoLand Gun News January 12th 2011

AmmoLand Gun News January 12th 2011

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AmmoLand Gun News January 12th 2011

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1. NY Republican Peter King Wants a Law to Prevent Fierarms Carry Within 1000 Feet of a Politician
2. Gun Control Advocates Exploit Tuscon Deaths to Disarm College Students
3. VCDL Requested Pro Gun Bills Introduced in Virgina
4. Meet Olympic Gold Medalist Vincent Hancock & World Shooting Champion Jon Michael McGrath
5. Briefs Filed In Lawsuit Challenging California Ban On Mail Order Ammo Sales
6. Charter Arms Showcasing New Firearms Models at 2011 Media Day at the Range
7. Smith & Wesson Fills Three Agency Gun Orders for M&P Firearms
8. Worlds Largest Gun Show On Gun Talk Television
9. Diizche Safari Adventures Launches New Blog
10. Remington Model 887 Nitro Mag Tactical Shotgun Wins NRA Golden Bullseye
11. Remington VERSA MAX Awarded Shotgun of the Year
12. Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle ACR Scores Golden Bullseye
13. Remington Hunting Pro Staff Expert Hal Blood SHOT Show Appearance
14. Spirit Wireless Provides Critical Satellite Communications Devices for Hunters
15. CCRKBA Deplores Shooting & Subsequent Exploitation Anti-Gun Groups
16. 2011 Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show Includes Hank Parker & Babe Winkelman
17. Brady Campaign Simply Shameless in the Wake of AZ Shooting
18. Boone and Crockett Club’s 27th Big Game Awards Book Now Available
19. Field Logic Introduces Intermediate-Sized GlenDel Pre Rut 3-D Deer Target
20. Don’t Miss the Unveiling of the Day 6 PlotWatcher Pro at the 2011 SHOT Show

http://www.ammoland.com/
AmmoLand Gun News January 12th 2011

Contents

1. NY Republican Peter King Wants a Law to Prevent Fierarms Carry Within 1000 Feet of a Politician
2. Gun Control Advocates Exploit Tuscon Deaths to Disarm College Students
3. VCDL Requested Pro Gun Bills Introduced in Virgina
4. Meet Olympic Gold Medalist Vincent Hancock & World Shooting Champion Jon Michael McGrath
5. Briefs Filed In Lawsuit Challenging California Ban On Mail Order Ammo Sales
6. Charter Arms Showcasing New Firearms Models at 2011 Media Day at the Range
7. Smith & Wesson Fills Three Agency Gun Orders for M&P Firearms
8. Worlds Largest Gun Show On Gun Talk Television
9. Diizche Safari Adventures Launches New Blog
10. Remington Model 887 Nitro Mag Tactical Shotgun Wins NRA Golden Bullseye
11. Remington VERSA MAX Awarded Shotgun of the Year
12. Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle ACR Scores Golden Bullseye
13. Remington Hunting Pro Staff Expert Hal Blood SHOT Show Appearance
14. Spirit Wireless Provides Critical Satellite Communications Devices for Hunters
15. CCRKBA Deplores Shooting & Subsequent Exploitation Anti-Gun Groups
16. 2011 Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show Includes Hank Parker & Babe Winkelman
17. Brady Campaign Simply Shameless in the Wake of AZ Shooting
18. Boone and Crockett Club’s 27th Big Game Awards Book Now Available
19. Field Logic Introduces Intermediate-Sized GlenDel Pre Rut 3-D Deer Target
20. Don’t Miss the Unveiling of the Day 6 PlotWatcher Pro at the 2011 SHOT Show

http://www.ammoland.com/

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12 January 2011                                 
T o d a y ’ s T a b b l o i d                                                  
PERSONAL NEWS FOR                                                          
news@ammoland.com                                                                    
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NY Republican Peter King                                        Wants a Law to Prevent                          Fierarms Carry Within 1000                                             Feet of a Politician                                             
JAN 11, 2011 08:24P.M.                
NY Republican Peter King Wants a New Law to Prevent                               Fierarms Carry Within 1000 Feet of a Politician                                                      
This genius piece of legislation would have a profound impact on crazy                                          criminals…Yeah Right!                          
Grass Roots North Carolina for Firearms Education                                             
North Carolina -                           
-(Ammoland.com)- Politicians are so much like                                     children. You try to raise them right, give them money they need to reach                                             their goals and as soon as they reach themwell                     
- pausing to find a non-                            violent metaphor -                            
they sell you out and side with those who hate you.                That seems to be the case with                                             
   RINO Republican Peter King of                                   New York.                   
In an effort to be a part of                               
“never letting a good crisis go to                                        waste,”                                   
King has introduced a prize winning piece of gun control                     legislation                                             .                King’s bill                     would make it illegal to knowingly carry a gun within a                                       thousand                                             feet of                               
government officials… whoever                                they may                                         be. We suppose this may lead to a bureau to determin                                             e a                                       classificati                     on for                                
Of                               course                                     that would                                             probably be only natural from a politician from a state so                                        fond of re                                     gistering things, but we digress.                  At the end of the day, we in North Carolina can only look after our own.                 We must make sure that our elected Congressional representatives                               remember why we sent them there. They must be reminded                                             
(unfortunately frequently)                          
what we sent them to do and most                          significantly, what NOT to do. Let them know that you will not tolerate                                       ANY gun c                                    ontrol o                                        u                                            t of the                                     m and that                           they sh                                             ould use th                                             eir influence to                                         pull RINOs such                                             as King over to the                                     r                                ight side of the equatio                                        n                                             .                   As we not                          ed earlier, Democrat Heath Shul                     er put in a nice plug for the                                     importanc                                    e of the Concealed Carry law which GRNC engineered passage                                     of. So dont forget to encourage the so-called Blue Dog Democrats to                                        stand with real Americans for real American rights.                
IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED Contact Our                                         Representatives                                      
Contact ALL of our representatives, paying special attention to                                        Republicans and Blue Dog Democrats:                  You may find your NC STATE representative by going here:                   www.grnc.org/contact_reps.htm                                                                     You may write your FEDERAL congressman by going here:                   www.house.gov/writerep/                                  You may write your FEDERAL senators by going here:                   www.senate.gov                                         
   About:                      
Grass Roots North Carolina/Forum for Firearms Education is a non-                          profit, all volunteer organization devoted to educating the public about                          trends which abridge the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, and                                             engaging in grass roots activism to preserve those freedoms. Formed in                                             1994 to conduct a highly successful rally for the Second Amendment,                GRNC has gone on to conduct projects like “Remember in November: A                                                       Gun Owners Guide to Voting,” bringing concealed carry to North                                             Carolina. Visit:www.grnc.org                                       Brought to you by - AMMOLAND.COM - Firearms & Shooting Sports                               News Ammo Land.comSubmit Gun, Ammo and Shooting Related News                               at Ammo Land.com                                                                     NY Republican Peter King Wants a Law to Prevent Fierarms Carry                                         Within 1000 Feet of a Politician                                             Tags: Anti Gun Politicians, Concealed Carry Laws, Grass Roots North                                             Carolina, GRNC, Gun Bans, MAIG, New York                                            
 
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Gun Control Advocates Exploit                          Tuscon Deaths to Disarm                                                                     College Students                               
JAN 11, 2011 08:03P.M.                
Gun Control Advocates Exploit Tuscon Deaths to Disarm                                                                                College Students                                      
Students for Concealed Carry on Campus                               
TUSCON, AZ -                           
-(Ammoland.com)- Gun control critics are once again                                             exploiting the dead to trumpet their own political agenda.                Hours after the Tuscon shooting spree that left 6 dead, 13 wounded and a                                       US Congresswoman fighting for her life, local officials in Arizona are                                     callously twisting a national tragedy to their own ends, making                                       emotional arguments                               
against                              
state legislation which actually enhances                               the ability of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves                               Pima County Democratic Party Chairman Jeff Rogers used a CNN                                                             interview on Saturday to slam a bill allowing lawful concealed carry on                                             campus, calling such an idea                                       
“crazy”                                   
in light of the shooting. In a press                               conference on Sunday, Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik called the                                      bill                     
“ridiculous.”                                   
Then Brady Campaign spokesman Paul Helmke took to                                        the airwaves to decry the ease of obtaining firearms in the US.                Now Students for Concealed Carry, the leading voice for self defense                                     rights on college campuses, is firing back.                “What these guys are saying doesn’t even match the facts of                               the c                                    ase,” said David Burnett, president an                                             d spokesman for                                the g                                       roup.                Our                                bill has nothing to do with college drop-outs who cant                          even                                             pass an army drug test. Its about allowing professors,                ROTC cadets or anyone that has a concealed carry permit to                                         be armed for their own protection.”                              Records indicate that the Tuscon shooting suspect attended college in                                             2010, engaging in outbursts and rants that unnerved other classmates.                  According to the Washington Post, one classmate wrote                                     
“Needless to say,                  I sit by the                                    door. [The sus                                        pect] is one of those whose picture you see                                    on the news, aft                              er he has                                 c                                    ome into cl                       a                                           ss wit                              h                                           an automat                              i                        c weapon.”                                   
The suspect eventually dropped out of school.                Reports al                     so indicate the suspect cleared the FBI criminal check required                                              by the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act prior to a firearm                                                                     purchase. Failing the check requires a person to have been declared                                             mentally defecti                      ve or committed t                          o a mental institution.                “This is exactly what we need to protect against,” said                                             Burn                                             ett. “The suspect showed w                                                            arning signs, but no one                                     followed up on them, and there’s no law against being creepy.                If anything needs changing, its the laws about mental illness,                not guns.                “Until we have a way of finding and stopping every deranged                                             killer, we cant forbid citizens from protecting themselves.”                              David Burnett Director of Public Relations                               David.Burnett@concealedcampus.org                                       
   About:                      
Students for Concealed Carry on Campus (SCCC) is a national, non-                          partisan, grassroots organization comprising over 40,000 college                                     students, professors, college employees, parents of college students, and                                             concerned citizens who believe that holders of state-issued concealed                                             handgun licenses should be allowed the same measure of personal                     protection on college campuses that current laws afford them virtually                                        everywhere else. SCCC has members in all fifty states and the District of                               Columbia. SCCC is not affiliated with the NRA or any other organization.                SCCC extends an open invitation to publicly debate representatives from                                                                     any organization or institution opposed to “campus carry.” Visit:                   www.concealedcampus.org                                       Brought to you by - AMMOLAND.COM - Firearms & Shooting Sports                               News Ammo Land.comSubmit Gun, Ammo and Shooting Related News                               at Ammo Land.com                                                                     Gun Control Advocates Exploit Tuscon Deaths to Disarm College                                     Students                               Tags: Gun Bans, Gun Grabs, SCCC, Self Defense, Students For Concealed                                             Carry On Campus                               
 
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  VCDL Requested Pro Gun Bills                               Introduced in Virgina                                       
JAN 11, 2011 07:42P.M.                
First of Many VCDL Requested Pro Gun Bills Introduced                                                     
  Virginia Citizens Defense League                                     
Covington VA -                           
-(Ammoland.com)- The VCDL Legislative Tracking                                       Tool for 2011 will be up soon to make tracking all the gun bills easy. I will                     advise when it is up and running.                Here are some changes on the status of previously introduced bills and                                             some new bills that appeared today:                  
  WITHDRAWN BILL                                                       
This following bill is DEAD. It was actually carried over from last year                                and Delegate Nutter said he’s not sure why it showed up as active this                                year:                  
HB 995 –                                                    
Delegate Nutter allows a person who has a CHP or                                 who has current or retired military officer identification and who is                               purchasing an assault weaponto be exempt from needing to prove                                     citizenship                                           
(with a birth certificate, voter registration, passport,                etc.)                          
– bill has been WITHDRAWN                                                             
NEW BILLS                                                 HB 1731 –                                                    
Delegate Carrico – any gun manufactured in Virginia                                       and sold to a Virginia resident in Virginia is not subject to any                                        federal regulation. This bill was also introduced last year –                                               
   VCDL                                                       Strongly Supports this bill                          HB 1732 -                           
Delegate Carrico – Virginia would recognize the carry                                        permits from all other states (full recognition). This is the first                            VCD                                                         L requested bill to hit. –                                               
   VCDL Strongly Supp                                                  orts this bill                          HB                                                         1777 -                           
Delegate Gilbert cleans up some wording dealing with                                             penalty for faking a birth certificate to obtain a gun illegally –                                               
   VCDL is NEUTRAL on this bill                          HB 1779 –                                                    
Delegate Gilbert is an improvement to current law                                                            dealing with abuse-based protective orders, which restrict purchase                                     or transport of firearms. The bill would make such restrictions only                                        after an ACTUAL FINDING of abuse (not just an accusation).                However, the bill should be changed to require that the finding of                               abuse be made at an adjudicatory hearing (so that the order cannot                           be made ex parte) –                                               
   VCDL Supports, but would Strongly                                              Support with suggested change                                            HB 1813 -                           
Delegate Hope – bans the carry of firearms in any                                         building owned or used by the General Assembly. Guns would have                                     to be checked into storage at the door. And, surprise, surprise, the                                     General Assembly members would be EXEMPT! –                                               
   VCDL                                                       Strongly Opposes this bill                          HB 1856 -                           
Delegate Anderson clarifies that the Circuit Court                          Clerk is to replace a lost or stolen permit within five days of getting                                       a notarized statement of the loss for a fee of $5 –                                               
   VCDL Strongly                                              Support this bill                          HB 1857 –                                                    
Delegate Anderson clarifies that someone with                                             permanent orders to a Pentagon duty post can use their ID as                               photo-identification to purchase a firearm in Virginia –                                               
   VCDL                                                       Supports this bill                          HB 1889 -                           
Delegate WIlt deals with retrieving certain wounded                                             animals while hunting using tracking dogs and while armed with a                                       gun –                                               
   VCDL is Neutral on this bill                          CASTLE DOCTRINE BILL                                                       
I know that having a Castle Doctrine bill is high on the agenda for many                                        of you. I looked at getting one introduced this year, but in my discussions                                with the Senator I was asking to introduce the bill, it was pointed out to                                        me that there no glaring issue with needing civil immunity after having                                       to use deadly force to defend yourself in Virginia.                  Virginia case law and common law are already clear that you can stand                                              your ground anywhere you are, no need to retreat. However, if you are                                     part of the                                     
problem(somehow encouraged a confrontation)                          
, then you                                             would need to retreat and could defend yourself if then cornered and                                             after indicating your intent to give up the fight.                For civil law, you would most likely win in court as well. Lawyers who                                         would file a suit against someone who defended themselves would                                             almost always do so on                                             
“contingency.”                                   
That is the lawyer would get paid                                             only based on him winning the case. Since the odds of winning such a                                       civil case are almost nil, lawyers dont even take on such cases, since they                                        know they would never get paid.                Codifying current case law and current common law on self defense                                      would be tricky. One would have to be careful to not somehow take away                                        protections we currently enjoy. VCDL may attempt to put in such a bill at                          

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