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South Carolina Mentaly ill Not Allowed to Buy Guns

South Carolina mentally ill not allowed to buy guns – a year’s success

In 2013, Alice Boland, who gain notoriety for threating to kill the president of the US some years before, managed to get her hands on a .22 caliber pistol, point it at an administrator in a school in Charleston and even pull the trigger. However, due to the gun not being loaded properly, it didn’t fire. Boland was acquitted of her previous charges in 2005, when she was found mentally incomp... »

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Gun Friendly Signs Improving Economy In Maryville

Putting signs saying something in the lines of ‘Guns are welcome’ seems to be a favorite pastime of many a local business owner. Recently, a Maryville restaurant went viral with their sign, and now a printing company from East Tennessee claims to be swamped with sign printing of the same kind. Sharma Floyd of the Shiloh Brew and Chew was the one who put up the paper signs some months earlier, even... »

Target Makes Open-Carry Customers Their Target

Target Makes Open-Carry Customers Their Target

Target asked customers to refrain from bringing their firearms into their stores, which is an important statement, showing that Target is more concerned about losing those who do not wish to shop next to those who practice open-carry. Target CEO, John Mulligan, says the following in an official statement:  “This is a complicated issue, but it boils down to a simple belief: Bringing firearms to Tar... »

New Tennesse Law On Loaded Firearms In Vehicles

New Tennesse Law On Loaded Firearms In Vehicles

A new law in Tennessee was passed under the radar regarding loaded firearms in vehicles. Since  July 1, if you possess a gun under state and federal law, it is within your rights to keep a handgun, shotgun or rifle in your car or truck, even if you don’t possess a state-issue handgun-carry permit, which was previously illegal, and only unloaded guns could have been kept in the vehicle, with ammo s... »

Loaded Gun Found In Toy Aisle

Loaded Gun Found In Toy Aisle

Disturbing news from the discount giant Target, as a loaded gun was found in the toy aisle of their branch in Myrtle Beach. This comes after several victories by gun control activists concerning gun carry at fast food chains in recent weeks. Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, among others, had already launched a campaign trying to get Target to ban firearms from their stores, and this co... »

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No Gun Policies In Shops And Restaurants – Desired By Most Americans?

The poll by HuffPost/YouGov from May 20 and May 21 found some interested information were found. The poll considered factors such as: age, gender, education, race, marital status, employment, income, number of childred, time and location of Internet access, voter registration and general interest in religion and politics. The results show that 55 percent of Americans would like it better if shops ... »

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Restaurant with no guns allowed signs robbed at gunpoint

An ironic crime has struck a North Carolina restaurant in Durham. The proprietor, Greg Hatem, hung a sign regarding the no weapons/no concealed firearms policy that they joined in alongside many other restaurants in the USA. And then – it was robbed at gunpoint. Police are searching for three masked men who endered the restaurant through the back door, forced the employees to lie down. Two were ev... »

Green light for open-carry in Mississippi

Green light for open-carry in Mississippi

Mississippi’s open-carry gun law will finally take effect after being kept on hold for about two months. “This court now finds that the circuit judge erred as a matter of law when he found House Bill 2 to be vague and, therefore, unconstitutional. He also erred when he stated that a ‘reasonable person reading the bill could not discern what the law allows and what it prohibits,’” ruled Justi... »

California Passes Ammo Permit Fee

Gun Laws – California Passes Ammo Permit Fee

It seems that California wants to prove that it doesn’t look to kindly on the Second Amendment. A $50 ammo permit fee has just been passed by the state legislators, together with the background check law. The citizens of California will now have to consider getting this fee if they want to defend themselves. Considering that the Department of Homeland Security bought 1.6 billion rounds, ammo... »

Maryland Sheriff: New State Gun Law Against 2nd Amendment

Maryland Sheriff: New State Gun Law Against 2nd Amendment

A Maryland sheriff claims that the state’s new gun control law is unconstitutional and calls for county officials to support selective enforcement of the measure. According to the Cumberland Times News, Garret County Sheriff Robert Corley expressed his discontent with the law at Tuesday’s county commissioners meeting, and offered a draft that would protect citizens’ rights. Corle... »

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