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NEW GUN GRAB IN CALIFORNIA

Governor Signs “Gun Restraining Order” Bill
By Harold Hutchison

Your gun rights could be taken away with a new type of restraining order should legislation signed by California Governor Jerry Brown become the law nationwide.

According to a report by the New York Times, the legislation allows law enforcement, family members, and certain other private citizens to ask a court for a restraining order that would permit law enforcement to seize any firearms owned by a person.

NRA UNLEASHES ROUND TWO ON BLOOMBERG

Releases Second Anti-Bloomberg Ad
By Harold Hutchison

The National Rifle Association is not backing down from its battle with former New York City mayor and anti-gun zealot Michael Bloomberg. A second ad targeting the former mayor’s policies has been released.

DOES OKLAHOMA BEHEADING CHANGE THE CALCULUS?

Armed Executive Stopped Attack
By Harold Hutchison

When Mark Vaughan, the Chief Operating Officer of Vaughan Foods went to work this past Thursday, he probably had no idea that a former employee of the company who had been let go would return, beheading one former co-worker, and attacking another. Vaughan, who stopped the attack with several shots from a pistol, may also have triggered a controversy.

GOOD BYE AND GOOD RIDDANCE!

Eric Holder Resigns as Attorney General
By SOF

Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation Thursday, ending a tenure of over five and a half years that was marked by controversy. The resignation will become effective upon confirmation of his successor.

AMMO SHORTAGE IN CALIFORNIA?

NSSF Report Blasts Traditional Ammo Ban
By SOF

Gun owners in California could face massive price spikes and ammo shortages due to the state’s ban on traditional ammunition. That is the conclusion of a report from Southwick Associates.

Concealed carry: Thinking outside the holster

By Nick Perna
From an upcoming issue of SOF!

Question: Where is the best place to keep your gun when you are out on the town?
Answer: In a holster. But what about the times that isn’t practical? Where do you keep it then? I’m talking about the everyday situations where you have to find somewhere else to put it.

As a police officer, I carry a gun for a living and have done so in uniform assignments as well as plain clothes and undercover details. As an informed citizen, I exercise my right to carry at all times, period. But there are those times when you have to put your handgun somewhere other than a holster. I’m going to cover a few of those times and how I deal with them.

Chuck Norris’s Top Ten Reasons to Register to Vote

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10. You can always ignore my advice. The dinosaurs did.


9. Because I’ll know if you don’t.

BREAKING: WAITING PERIODS TOSSED OUT

California Case Wipes Out Country’s Longest Waiting Period
By SOF

The longest waiting period to take possession of a legally-purchased firearm has been invalidated in some cases by a federal judge. The ruling came down earlier today.

TARGET: BLOOMBERG

NRA Takes On Gun-Grabbing Billionaire!
By SOF

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CLARKE SURVIVES BLOOMBERG ONSLAUGHT

Billionaire Gun-Grabber’s Stooge Defeated
By SOF

Michael Bloomberg’s attempt to defeat pro-Second Amendment Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. failed yesterday evening. Despite Bloomberg pouring over $150,000 in ads, Clarke won re-election with 52% of the vote.

BLOOMBERG TARGETS PRO-GUN SHERIFF

David Clarke, Milwaukee Sheriff, Facing Major Ad Buys from Bloomberg
By SOF

David A. Clarke Jr., the Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin who has been outspoken in support of Second Amendment rights, has been targeted by gun-grabbers, including former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.

BOSTON POLICE CHIEF: I WANT TO CHOOSE IF YOU OWN A SHOTGUN OR RIFLE

Remarks Made During NPR Interview
By SOF

The chief of the Boston Police Department wants to decide whether a law-abiding citizen can own a rifle or shotgun. Police commissioner William Evans made the comment while being interviewed on WGBH, Boston’s NPR affiliate.

A Kimber 8400 Patrol Tactical Rifle. Ownership of bolt-action rifles like this would be up to the whim of a police chief if legislation passed by the Massachusetts State House were to become law.

BERETTA WALKS FROM MARYLAND