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  1. Justin Trudeau has brought back the gun registry

    Starting May 18th, if you own a gun and want to sell it to a relative or friend, or if you’re a generous uncle who wants to give an old firearm to a niece to start her in hunting, these are the hoops you will have to jump through. You will have to call up the RCMP’s Registrar of Firearms...
  2. Houlton Border Patrol to Open Sign-Ups for 2022 Basic Explorer Academy

    HOULTON, ME – Houlton Explorer Post 1820 will conduct its annual “New Explorer Sign-Up” meeting on May 4, 2022, at the Houlton Parks and Recreation Building. This meeting is required for all prospective Law Enforcement Explorer applicants and will begin at 5:00 PM. Houlton Explorer Post 1820 is...
  3. Wisconsin women shot server in the face over missing burger

    No mention of whether this was 'open carry' or 'concealed carry'... 18 is apparently old enough for 'open carry', but a license is required to 'concealed carry', and to get a license one is supposed to be 21... and no mention of whether or not the individual carrying the firearm was or was not a...
  4. California jewelry store owner stops smash-and-grab attempt

    Five males approached the store, according to the press release, and one of them pulled out a crowbar when entering the jewelry store. The owner, Usman Bhatti, shouted at the male to stop, but he continued to smash a glass display case. The male turned towards the owner of the jewelry store and...
  5. Maine: Convicted Felon Trafficked in Handguns From Georgia

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  6. Maine: Convicted Felon Trafficked in Handguns From Georgia

    Richard Philippe, 42, was convicted following a four-day jury trial of transporting firearms into Massachusetts from Georgia without a license and being a felon in possession of ammunition. U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV scheduled sentencing for April 4, 2022. Philippe was...
  7. Canada's bid to replace WWII-era pistols a case study in government incompetence

    We first tried to replace the pistols in 2011, a mere, uh, 11 years ago. We failed — the contract was so picky and restrictive, it failed to attract bidders. In 2016, the government tried again. The proposed budget was between $50- and $100-million. The “anticipated timeline” for the delivery of...
  8. Two Men Indicted for Manufacturing and Selling 28 Ghost Guns

    https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/12/attorney-general-shapiro-classifies-ghost-guns-as-a-firearm-in-pa.html
  9. Two Men Indicted for Manufacturing and Selling 28 Ghost Guns

    According to U.S. Attorney John C. Gurganus, the indictment alleges that between August 2021 and January 2022, in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, Samuel Snader, age 39, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and Hector Colon, age 30, of Puerto Rico, worked together to acquire firearm parts for the purpose of...
  10. Attleboro man convicted of smuggling handguns into Massachusetts

    Richard Philippe, 42, was convicted following a four-day jury trial of transporting firearms into Massachusetts from Georgia without a license and being a felon in possession of ammunition. The charge of possessing ammunition after being convicted of a felony provides for a sentence of up to 10...
  11. Barnstable Man Pleads Guilty to Selling Ghost Guns

    A Barnstable man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with selling four “ghost guns” to an undercover agent. Between May 25, 2020 and June 15, 2020, Jacob Linhares sold four Privately Made Firearms (PMFs) he had personally fabricated to an undercover agent. Due to...
  12. Old Town Man Sentenced for Possessing Short-Barreled Shotgun

    BANGOR, Maine: An Old Town man was sentenced in federal court today for possessing an unregistered firearm. The shotgun was not registered to him in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record (NFRTR). Federal law prohibits the possession of an unregistered weapon made from a shotgun...
  13. Sheriff’s office in Colorado criticized for tweet of Santa getting concealed carry permit

    And the 751 children in forgotten graves (all more than 25 years old) are worth more than the 100 000 children/year (this year, last year, every year) who never had a grave (and never will).
  14. Today I ripped up my check and membership to NRA , I'm done with them forever...

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  15. Today I ripped up my check and membership to NRA , I'm done with them forever...

    Maybe they didn't know how to support him (i.e.: freekyleusa.org). Anyone who does want to support him can do so (i.e.: freekyleusa.org).
  16. Border Patrol has a ‘shadow police unit’ that protects agents when they kill, groups say

    “The U.S. Border Patrol maintains teams with specialized evidence collection capabilities across the southwest border,” the unnamed spokesperson said. “These teams consist of highly trained personnel available to respond around the clock to collect and process evidence related to CBP enforcement...
  17. 17-year-old arrested in killing of 2 people in Kenosha

    Legal experts see strong self-defense claim for Rittenhouse When Kyle Rittenhouse goes on trial Monday for shooting three men during street protests in Wisconsin that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake last summer, he’ll argue that he fired in self-defense. Legal experts say under...
  18. New Hampshire Trooper working highway detail killed in crash with tractor-trailer

    A New Hampshire State Police trooper died in a crash involving a tractor-trailer on Interstate 95 in Portsmouth early Thursday morning, according to authorities. Officials identified the trooper who was killed as Staff Sgt. Jesse Sherrill, 44. Sherrill was working a New Hampshire Department of...
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