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Florida Sheriff Says He Will ‘Deputize’ All ‘Lawful Gun Owners’ If Protesters Get Too Violent

Clay County Florida Sheriff Darryl Daniels warned protesters in a video Tuesday he will “deputize” all “lawful gun owners” if protesters become too violent. The video posted on YouTube Tuesday depicts Daniels standing in front of deputies while he told protesters they are wrong to think the sheriff and deputies will surrender if “lawless” demonstrators “threaten to come to Clay County.” ...

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Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Law Banning Magazines Greater Than 15 Rounds

The Colorado Supreme Court upheld a law Monday banning the possession of gun magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds of ammunition despite opposition from gun rights advocates. Justice Monica M. Márquez wrote the majority opinion, calling the gun control legislation “a reasonable exercise of the police power that has neither the purpose nor effect of nullifying the right ...

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Rep. Matt Gaetz: ATF Secretly Looking Into Restricting Certain Pistol Braces

Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz announced Tuesday that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has been secretly working on restricting a type of device that allows gun owners to stabilize both pistols and short-barreled rifles against their arms. Such a pistol brace also allows a buyer to obtain a rifle-style weapon with a short barrel length without a ...

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Florida Supreme Court Quashes Amendment That Would Outlaw ‘Assault Weapons’

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday struck down an amendment that would ban the ownership of assault weapons due to misleading wording. Ban Assault Weapons Now, which prohibited the “possession of assault weapons,” banned magazines holding more than 10 rounds and mandated registration for these guns, was set to appear on the 2020 ballot. However, justices voted 4-1 to ensure ...

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80% More Guns Sold In May of This Year Than In May of 2019

Americans purchased more than 80% more guns in the month of May than they did in May of 2019. Over 1.7 million firearms were acquired by private citizens and handgun scales skyrocketed by 90% when compared to sales in the same month in 2019, according to Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting’s (SAAF) analysis of FBI NICS data. Rifle sales increased ...

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Tennessee House Votes To Be Second Amendment Sanctuary Amid Nationwide Riots

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Tennessee is now one step closer to becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary after the state House of Representatives passed a resolution Monday strengthening legal protections of gun ownership. Resolution HJR074, drafted in March, requires the state to “[extend] a safe harbor to Virginians and other United States citizens whose constitutional rights are being violated by elected officials.” It also affirms ...

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Viriginia Gun Shop Owners Warn Northam Against Closing Shops Over Coronavirus as Sales Skyrocket

“Make no mistake,” the governor said. “If you are essential and open, you have a special responsibility to do the right thing.” Northam’s guidance did not mention gun shops as either essential or nonessential, though he did list indoor shooting ranges as nonessential. He did not respond to a request for comment as to whether gun shops are considered essential. ...

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School and Church Staff With Guns: Realities of Cost and Training

Arming and training teachers and school staff is an effort that is not taken lightly. The reality is that arming volunteer school staff can prevent school shootings. It has become apparent that special door locks and security cameras are ineffective. In recent school active shooter confrontations, these safety measures have been shown to not prevent the shootings. While training requirements ...

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New Mexico Legislature vs US 2A Rights

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In 2019, the New Mexico legislature passed legislation that curtails the 2nd Amendment rights of New Mexicans. Unfortunately, the law is in place now. And, the prospects for overturning the legislation are dim. Sadly, that’s not a surprise, given the current batch of elected state officials. However, the persistence of the New Mexico legislature in the face of legitimate resistance ...

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Virginia Gun Control Leader Takes a Wrong Turn

Chris Hurst is a lot like Parkland shooting publicity hound David Hogg. Both have used an association with violence as a stepping stone to advance their career. Hogg parlayed Parkland into a spot at Harvard and Hurst parlayed the publicity surrounding the televised shooting death of his girlfriend into a spot in the House of Delegates. Naturally, Hurst is very ...

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‘Damn Right It Is’: Female 2A Advocates Say The Right To Bear Arms Is A Woman’s Right

Activists at Monday’s Second Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia, said gun rights are essential for all Americans, especially women. “We have families to protect, but it’s more than protection. It was guaranteed by the Founding Fathers that all the amendments are our protection against a tyrannical government,” one woman said. “If we start chiseling away at this, we’ll start chiseling ...

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Virginia Is a Preview of What Gun–grabbers Would Do Nationally

A surprising development is occurring among staunch members of the left at the Washington Post and elsewhere. These woke scolds have come out strongly against sanctuary cities and counties. Before it was either silence or tacit approval for government sheltering a population that was “in the shadows,” which makes sense when you remember they’re running from the law. Sanctuary jurisdictions ...

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