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High school life skills class includes AR-15 work

High school students in a rural Kansas town are offered hands-on training in gun safety as part of an elective class. The Reno County public school, Fairfield High, is part of USD 310 in Langdon, and Agricultural Education teacher Mary Beth Fulk includes some basic firearms training in her curriculum presented during her “handy work” […]

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Jury Finds Anti-Government Cop Killer Guilty

Jurors deliberated only four hours Wednesday before convicting an anti-government survivalist on a dozen charges for the 2014 ambush of two Pennsylvania state troopers. Eric Frein, 33, faces the death penalty for gunning down Cpl. Bryon Dickson during a shift change at the Blooming Grove barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania on Sept. 12, 2014. Trooper Alex […]

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Protection order bills advance to Nevada Senate

Two protection order bills designed to restrict gun rights in cases of domestic violence passed a Nevada committee last week, ensuring the proposals’ survival for the remainder of legislative session. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved Senate Bills 124 and 387 with amendments Friday, just in time for the state Legislature’s committee deadline — meaning any […]

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Trump to address NRA members

President Trump will speak at the National Rifle Association’s leadership forum during this year’s annual meeting later this month, the gun lobby said Friday. Trump’s appearance at the show will mark the first time a sitting president has appeared at the event since Ronald Reagan. The NRA was one of the few mainstream organizations to […]

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ATF announces NFA branch reorganization

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives has split its National Firearms Act branch into a separate division in hopes of providing more oversight and efficiency. The new NFA Division will consist of an Industry Processing Branch, focusing on processing forms from the private sector, and a Government Support Branch centered on law enforcement. […]

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Explosion at ammo plant leaves 1 dead, 4 injured

An explosion at an ammunition plant in Independence, Missouri, on Tuesday afternoon resulted in the death of an employee. The incident occurred around 1 p.m. at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant just outside of Kansas City, according to the Army Times. The deceased victim was identified as Lawrence Bass, 55, of Blue Springs, Missouri. […]

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Details emerge on San Bernardino school shooting

Although the investigation is still ongoing and will be for some time, authorities released additional details surrounding the shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school Monday morning. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan confirmed that the shooting was a domestic-related murder-suicide. He identified the victims as Karen Elaine Smith, 53, and 8-year-old Jonathan Martinez. The […]

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Oregon voters to decide on 172-year-old dueling law

The Oregon Senate Committee On Rules held a hearing last week devoted, in part, to removing language relating to duels from the state constitution. The measure, SJR 44, would amend the Oregon Constitution to remove language prohibiting those who have given or accepted a challenge to a duel from holding public office. The clause was […]

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